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A PROPOSED CANCER THERAPY

 

 

CATALYSED TUMOR NECROSIS BY EXTERNALLY TARGETED INTERDICTION, PERHAPS RESULTING FROM MOMENTARY INTERNAL ROOM TEMPERATURE FUSION

 

IF SUCCESSFUL THIS WOULD BE A NOVEL SUPPLEMENTAL THERAPY FOR CANCER TREATMENT.

 

METHOD: ---The application of interactive therapies leading to fusion of deuteron to tritium within a targeted and suitably prepared tumor.

 

PROCESS: -ve Pion decay to -ve muon to fusion of deuteron to tritium in a tumor.

PION:  A pion is a meson or 'meson combination' which might be a particle that has no relevance outside of a nucleon. It appears that it must have connectivity with the weak force bosons but paradoxically it is thought to be a very important subjugator of SBF only. Thus, pion phenomenology prevents nucleons from becoming assimilated into one another. According to the G-theory EWF construct the muon is a connector boson consisting of many particles and having significant mass.  A muon may be considered to be a slightly less massive decay product of a pion when one becomes released from the nucleus. However its dynamics are quite different. The G-theory EWF Higg's superstruct proposal is likely to become provable because a company called 'Star Scientific' is presently extracting muons as decay products of pions and utilizing them in attempts to create useful power by such fusion.

Pions are also currently being studied for use as a stand alone cancer therapy. Perhaps the two processes can be married in some way? Perhaps inject the cancer with deuteron and fire in the pions/muons and fuse the deuteron in the tumor and hey presto red hot tumor. Rest of body OK. Of course, it's not quite that simple!

The decay rate for -ve pions is around 1e-6 seconds. So timing of the beam to the target is essential. This allows for the muon decay of around 2e-6 over several meters to produce the fusion in the 2H recently injected into the tumor. The timing must be perfected such that the target area may be generalized but the deuteron must be confined to the general area of the tumor so that no other nuclear fusion occurs in surrounding tissue. The procedure from the point of view of such fusion would be over in a flash!

Such internal tumoricidal fusion would lessen the impact on good tissue caused by the pion/muon beam. Of course the patient could be spatially manipulated during the few seconds taken for a complete procedure.

I repeat: The probable process based on this phenomenology is considered to be as follows---

-ve pion beam to -ve muon beam to fusion of deuterium to tritium + neutron=necrosing cancer. The proposed fusion event expected would be--- D + D ->  3He + n --- 3.27 MeV plus neutron acceleration energy caused by the expected pion/muon starring*. The possible expected energy is tabled later but the real test must be by experimentation.

The biological half life of the tritium can be reduced to several hours by dialysis.

*It is possible that both -ve pions and -ve muons might be able to cause the required fusion.

 

Pion beam decay is a problem in standard pion therapies. The process of fusion would be likely through allowing the pion beam to decay to muons and randomly presenting the direct affect of muons to the SBF junctions of the 2H ions to statistically promote events which would involve one proton and one neutron of a deuteron ion simultaneously. These would be dimensionally identifiable to the muons by EWF construct similarities within the similar nucleons of the deuterium. The typical descriptions of similar processes which refer to orbiting (planetary) pions or muons is less than convincing.

 

By G-theory--- During deuterium to tritium fusion an extraneous neutron is emitted at up to 17% of the speed of light relative to a stationary tritium atom. The momentum is in fact shared by all particles relative to the event. However the extra energy available for such emission is because of the now unwanted extra sub fermion particles (SFPs) -many of which were injected into the system by the muon beam itself- now not required for the (specific sub fermion particle density) Sp of the new nucleus are added to the neutron momentum as the momenta sum energy--- I.e energy requires motion as velocity of some description relatable to momentum as Ek. This is produced by the natural transfer of an increase in vibration to linear motion by vector proportionality in the direction of the lesser mass.

The energy would be a direct result of a newly proposed law of physics which requires a statistical resolution to the specific sub fermion particles density. (Sp) The emitted neutrons would slow down in tissue by a process called moderation. This would also apply to the pion star 'depth charge' effect which is also a proposed process for tumor destruction. Due to the inverse square law of energy distribution statistics, the resulting neutron shower from any of the processes is not expected to cause any significant biological or environmental damage outside of a tumor.

The muon is still more than two hundred times the mass of an electron so the likelihood of a 'muon star' phenomenon at around 50mEv of energy as particles exploding would already be expected but now with an additional energy caused by an extra neutron per nuclear involvement which would be three instead of two and that is a significant energy advantage without increasing the power of the beam to unacceptable levels of safety.  I.e. from 50 to 75meV

There will probably be an elevation of temperatures within the volume of the tumor and this would likely be of benefit in the destruction of hypoxic cells so the tumoricidal benefits are expected to be even greater than first thought.

Of course any medical device would likely be fitted with a neutron and radiation detector and shielding may be required.

Deuteron water is extremely economical to use and D2O doesn't present any problems with dosages at the expected levels for typical tumors  with the requirement for at least 25% substitution of the body water to cause cell division problems and sterility, and 50% substitution to perhaps result in death by cytotoxic syndrome (bone marrow failure and gastrointestinal lining failure). Source Wikipedia.

 

·                     nuclear fusion:   deuterium tritium  fusion produces neutrons of 14.1 MeV (1400 TJ/kg, i.e. 52,000 km/s, 17.3% of the   speed of light). Other particles contribute to the extra energy stated.

 

Note: there are other descriptions of the processes involved but let it be understood that my theory predicted the possibility of the room temperature fusion process while the traditional models didn't. To date most of the discoveries of science have been made by analysing experimental results. I.e. throw a brick at the window and see what happens!

Yes that's a relevant scientific method. However if your model can't predict results then surely it's questionable with regard to its being a true model. Study G-theory instead.


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