Hadronic Technologies notes the environmental importance of the 1935 argument by A. Einstein, B. Podolsky, and N. Rosen that “quantum mechanics is not a complete theory”

Palm Harbor, FL, Aug. 19, 2022 – (PR.com) – In September 1977, Italian-American scientist Sir Prof. RM Santilli, then at Harvard University, with the support of the DOE, was looking for possible new, clean nuclear energies. Santilli pointed out that, due to the excessive inadequacies of quantum mechanics in nuclear physics, including the inability to represent the synthesis of the neutron from the hydrogen in the nucleus, such a task might best be studied via a completion of quantum mechanics according to the EPR argument of Stars and nuclear stability despite the enormous Coulomb repulsion between protons.

Therefore, in 1978, Santilli proposed a generalization of 20th-century mathematics under the name “isomathematics” and the associated EPR completion of quantum to hadronic mechanics.

An international conference call focusing on the EPR argument and its application to the search for new clean energies and the recycling of radioactive nuclear waste was held in September 2020. See the Recorded Lectures (http://www.world-lecture-series.org/level-xii-epr-teleconference-2020), the 943-page Proceedings (http://www.proceedings.com/60007.html) and Santilli’s Conference Overview (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/epr-overview-2021.pdf).

Professor Santilli says: “Agreement was reached among participants that the use of quantum mechanics appears to be a major reason for the absence of new, clean nuclear energies and that the EPR completion of quantum mechanics to hadronic mechanics offers realistic possibilities for solving our increasingly alarming.” Environmental Issues For Hadronic Technologies Corporation’s encouraging results in the controlled nuclear fusion of deuterium-2 and carbon-12 to form nitrogen-14 without the emission of harmful radiation or the release of radioactive waste, see Invited Plenary Address by Prof. L. Ying at the International Conference on New Energies 2011 in Nepal (http://www.world-lecture-series.org/lecture-vd).”

Isomathematics has attracted study from a number of high-ranking mathematicians because of its unique capabilities not possible with 20th-century mathematics. Svetlin Georgiev, Professor of Mathematics at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, has taken special guidance and has written six monographs devoted to the field of isomathematics (https://novapublishers.com/writer/svetlin-g-georgiev/ ) plus a monograph just published by Lambert Publishers.

Professors Santilli and Georgiev explain: “Besides applications in nuclear physics, isomathematics is now seeing new applications in various other fields, including the first known attraction between identical valence electrons in molecular bonds, the first known quantitative representation of life (http://www. santilli-foundation.org/docs/Santilli-Vougiouklis-2020-epr.pdf) and other novel applications in computing, condensed matter and nanotechnologies.”

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