Palm Harbor, FL, August 19, 2022 – In September 1977, the Italian-American scientist, Sir Prof. R. M. Santilli, then at Harvard University under DOE support, searched for possible new, clean nuclear energies. Santilli pointed out that such a task could be best studied via a completion of quantum mechanics according to the EPR argument due to the excessive insufficiencies of quantum mechanics in nuclear physics, including the inability to represent the synthesis of the neutron from the hydrogen in the core of stars and nuclear stability despite the huge Coulomb repulsion between protons.
Therefore, Santilli proposed, in 1978, a generalization of 20th century mathematics under the name of “isomathematics” and the related EPR completion of quantum into hadronic mechanics.
Professor Santilli says, “A consensus was reached among the participants that the use of quantum mechanics appears to be a primary reason for the lack of achievement of new, clean nuclear energies, and that the EPR completion of quantum into hadronic mechanics offers realistic possibilities for the solution of our increasingly alarming environmental problems. For encouraging results achieved by Hadronic Technologies Corporation on the controlled nuclear fusion of Deuterium-2 and Carbon-12 into Nitrogen-14 without the emission of harmful radiations or the release of radioactive waste, see the Invited Plenary Lecture of Prof. L. Ying at the 2011 International Conference on New Energies in Nepal (http://www.world-lecture-series.org/lecture-vd).”
Isomathematics has attracted studies by a number of senior mathematicians due to its unique capabilities, not possible with 20th century mathematics. Svetlin Georgiev, Professor of Mathematics at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, has taken a special lead and has written six monographs dedicated to the field of isomathematics (https://novapublishers.com/writer/svetlin-g-georgiev/) plus a monograph just released by Lambert Publishers.
Professors Santilli and Georgiev state, “Besides applications in nuclear physics, isomathematics is now seeing novel applications in various other fields, including the first known attractive force 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 computers, condensed matter and nanotechnologies.”
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