The Way to ETIs: Applied Gravitational Mass Spectroscopy

Kristina Zubow, PhD
R&D Department, Aist H&C GmbH, Germany

Anatolij Zubow, PhD
Departmentt Telecommunication Networks Group, TU Berlin, Germany
Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Viktor Anatolievich Zubow, PhD
R&D Department, Aist H&C GmbH, Germany

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI077000

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Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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In this book, the main principles of gravitation mass spectroscopy are discussed. The possibilities of this method to investigate the long–range order in liquids, synthetic and natural polymers of organic and inorganic nature are shown. Special attention is paid to the analysis of chemical and physical processes as well as to information fields of cluster ensembles and their interaction in the distance (e.g. gravitational radiation signals with super light velocity, new communication channel with ETIs, a first contact with our nearest extraterrestrial civilization on the planet Uranus, interception in the ETIs in real time).

A forced formation of a new molecular matter as clusters in stationary waves of white and colour noises of vacuum was established. The application of the method in chemistry, physics, botany, zoology, medicine, material research, applied informatics, astrophysics, mineralogy and even astrology has been suggested. The book is recommended for a broad readership that are interested in nature sciences like chemists, physicists, biologists, doctors, students, engineers and technicians. (Imprint: Nova)

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Weak Molecular Interactions

Chapter 3. Principles of Gravitation Mass Spectroscopy (GMS)

Chapter 4. Equipment Description for the Gravitation Mass Spectroscopy (GMS)

Chapter 5. Cluster Structure of Liquid Alcohols, Water, and n-hexane

Chapter 6. GMS-Spectroscopy of Nonanoic Acid (n-C8H17COOH)

Chapter 7. GMS-Spectroscopy of Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4)

Chapter 8. Super Cluster Structure in Aromatic Liquids

Chapter 9. Polystyrenes

Chapter 10. Interaction of Weak Shock Waves with Solutions

Chapter 11. The Nature of Domains in Proteins

Chapter 12. Domains in Biomatrices

Chapter 13. Cluster-12 in Potato Amylopectin during Growth

Chapter 14. Water Clusters in Plants, Fast Channel Plant Communications, and the Planet's Influence

Chapter 15. Forced Formation Clusters in Wheat Grain

Chapter 16. The Direction of the Gravitational Radiation

Chapter 17. Composite Materials

Chapter 18. Structural Heterogeneity of the Physical Vacuum

Chapter 19. Scanning of the Sun and other Celestial Bodies with the Help of Gravitation Spectroscopy

Chapter 20. Earth’s Gravitational Dipole: Gravitational Compass

Chapter 21. Proton Dissolution in a Vacuum and Proton Condensation from a Vacuum

Chapter 22. The Nature of the Electron and Gravitational Radiation

Chapter 23. Method for Determining Distances to Celestial Bodies and their Masses

Chapter 24. Extraterrestrial Intelligence (ETI): A New Channel of Gravitational Communication

Chapter 25. Final Words

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