Monday, 30 July 2012

BECs Surface "Electron Density"

The video below is showing Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) surface. A High Temperature Superconductor or substrates formed on the top of the system to close it; and these substrates are unique materials made of copper and oxygen called cuprates and combine with Titanium, Dysprosium, and Silicon. The light is reflected in an angle of (45) degrees which is spread in very tiny bits due to electron density.

I would like to make a short explanation to expose the whole experiment from the beginning (from day one). The idea is about the discovery of Higgs boson which is incarnated within the Rugosa corals. To create Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) (6) Rugosa corals are needed that means that the total (6) represents Higgs boson.

Higgs boson is a monopole that means that (2) parts (Rugosa corals) will work as south poles, another (2) will work as north poles and the two left will be the neutrals or mediators between the south poles and the north poles.


By adding seawater a magnetic field is created, at this stage the most important path is that the system should be isolated or closed and this happens by the ejection of the carbon atoms first, this is why we saw that Graphene and diamond where first to appear on the surface as first layers to be generated. After that the copper and the oxygen form compounds with light metals such as Titanium, Dysprosium and Silicon; they travel to the surface to form (3) compounds (TiCuO, DyCuO and SiCuO). The atoms within the system loose their electrons and become equal in mass; the electrons rush to the surface to make it very dense and participate in the reflection of light.

I do believe that the compounds (TiCuO, DyCuO and SiCuO) are the perfect materials to be used as superconductors in room temperature to innovate the 3D chip and transistor manufacturing as they have a very high electron density.

The pictures below are showing Bose Einstein Condensate system (BECs) surface during my experiment on Higgs Boson inside the system.

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