Horizons in World Physics. Volume 312

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Albert Reimer (Editor)

Series: Horizons in World Physics
BISAC: SCI055000

This book is a compilation of fourteen chapters on the most recent discoveries in World Physics. In Chapter One, the author’s new interdisciplinary approach, based on nonlocal transport equations with memory obtained in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, describes structural evolution on the mesoscale using principles developed in adaptive systems control theory. The distinctions and similarities in the evolution of four types of solitary waves propagating in an elastic nonlinear material are studied and commented on in Chapter Two. The atomic nuclei clusters (ANC) – genomes of viruses and bacteria, molecular clusters, domains, coils in the biocenosis of liquid manure were studied in Chapter Three. In Chapter Four, the traditional problem of longitudinal waves in collisionless plasma is solved. Chapter Five is a report of the procedure and results of estimating the temperatures of extrasolar planets discovered by NASA’s Kepler-Mission to determine which may be potentially habitable. Chapter Six explores how we might utilize extrasolar planet density data to help develop criterion for distinguishing between the different types of extrasolar planets, such as Earths, Mini-Neptunes, and Neptunes. In Chapter Seven the authors observed the tracks of Earth’s axions in the direction of the Sun and M1, which led to the conclusion that the planet had collided with a massive cloud of preons. In Chapter Eight, the International System of Physical Quantities (ISQ) was adapted to the new system (BPSQ) based on the characteristics of the proton’s baryon form. The next chapter displays photographs of Earth’s axions tracks that are desorbed in the direction of magnetic storms on the Sun at the beginning of August 2023. A model of the desorption process is presented, and observation results are explained. In Chapter Ten, photographs of the tracks of the Moon’s axions are exhibited against the background of the tracks of the Earth’s axions during the period of intense magnetic storms on the Sun (December 2023) as a result of falling into the preon cloud. In the following chapter, photographs of the Earth’s axion tracks are presented again, this time with the appearance of a new cloud of preons in the constellation Virgo. In Chapter Twelve the author discusses the classical theory of molecular optical activity. In Chapter Thirteen, the authors investigate the IVPs for n-dimensional Schrödinger and wave equations. The final chapter provides a brief review of the consequences of the hypothesis regarding the existence of a background of superstrong interacting gravitons.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Closed Loop of Internal Control in High-Rate Transfer Processes
Tatiana Khantuleva
Department of Physical Mechanics, Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Chapter 2. The Evolution of Solitary Elastic Waves with Different Initial Profiles
Jeremiah Rushchitsky
S. P. Timoshenko Institute of Mechanics, Kyiv, Ukraine

Chapter 3. Systematicity in the Construction of Mass Clumps in Microbiology. Clusters, Domains, Coils, Genes, Genomes, Plasmids, Nucleosomes
Anatoly Zubow², Kristina Zubow¹, and Viktor A. Zubow¹
¹Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany
²Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany

Chapter 4. Complex-Valued Physics: Plasma Waves
V. V. Lyahov and V. M. Neshchadim
Institute of Ionosphere of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kamenskoye Plateau, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Chapter 5. Potentially Habitable Extrasolar Planets Discovered by the Kepler-Mission
Michael C. LoPresto
Department of Astronomy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

Chapter 6. The Densities of Extrasolar Planets
Michael C. LoPresto
Department of Astronomy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

Chapter 7. A Giant Cloud of Preons (Voids) in Our Universe: Monitoring Earth’s Axions
Anatoly Zubow¹, Kristina Zubow², and Viktor Zubow²
¹Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany
²Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany

Chapter 8. International System of Quantities (ISQ) Reexamination
Anatoly Zubow¹, Kristina Zubow², and Viktor Zubow²
¹Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany
²Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany

Chapter 9 Photos of Earth’s Axion Tracks
Anatoly Zubow¹, Kristina Zubow², and Viktor Zubow²
¹Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany
²Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany

Chapter 10. Photos of Axion Tracks in the Double Planet Earth-Moon in a New Cloud of Preons
Anatoly Zubow¹, Kristina Zubow², and Viktor Zubow²
¹Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany
²Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany

Chapter 11. New Cloud of Preons. Approaching the Solar System. Photos of Earth’s Axion Tracks
Anatoly Zubow¹, Kristina Zubow², and Viktor Zubow²
¹Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany
²Zubow Consulting, NPO, Germany

Chapter 12. Theory of Molecular Optical Activity: Classical and Quantum Approaches
Alexei M Frolov
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada

Chapter 13. Classical Solutions for N-Dimensional Schrödinger and Wave Equations
Svetlin G. Georgiev
Sorbonne University, Paris, France

Chapter 14. Superstrongly Interacting Gravitons: Low-Energy Quantum Gravity and Vacuum Effects
Michael A. Ivanov
Physics Department, Belarus State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Minsk, Belarus

Index

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