Rotating MRCs and RIMs

17 Mar 2007 It helps to think once more about what happens when the crystal becomes type saturated. In most of the cases the crystal turns into ordinary matter e.g. diamond or another crystalline carbon structure, or in some cases into hydrogen gas or a massive burst of high-energy photon radiation. As catastrophic...

Parameters of MRC usage

17 Mar 2007 The resulting type*) imbalance is however constrained to the physical geometry of the Multi-resonance crystals. It means that the resulting unhinged state of the MRC is not measurable as such from the outside. For any repeatedly used particle resonance**) a saturation point is reached after which the given resonance (e.g....

Have researchers found a new state of matter?

16 Mar 2007 Have researchers found a new state of matter? This is a link to a text that will be printed in the newscientist issue of 17 MARCH 2007. It is quite interesting as it arcs all the way back to findings about the Quantum Hall effect, where an experiment can be...

Handling MRCs

15 Mar 2007 Hopefully this is just enough information to be able to deviate a little bit, since we started talking about untyped matter containment and its key role in today’s technology. A very early problem in the Iilasian exploration of the MRC’s possibilities was its handling. Remember that one of the main...

Where to find MRCs

15 Mar 2007 MRCs form in the vicinity of pulsars. Pulsars have extremely strong magnetic fields rotating at considerable speeds. Given these pre-conditions and some other conditions that the surrounding material must fulfil (e.g. its distance from the pulsar, its distribution and its heat), Multi-resonance crystals are formed within a torus-shaped area surrounding...