The nuclear capacitor for Project Prometheus II will need to provide "giga electron voltage" to our proposed
particle accelerator. The design of a nuclear capacitor with this voltage potential required that the math governing
the entanglement between the external capacitance field and the nuclear beta capacitance field had to be completed. While
research data had provided the complete mathematical functions and constants for the entangled fields, those functions
and constants had not yet been completely organized into mathematical field formulas.
When those formulas were completed,
we were presented with two surprises. First, the energy gain from beta-decay suppression during field entanglement was not
being invested in our capacitor's current, as previously supposed. Rather, the energy or power gain was being invested in
entangled field energy. This field energy gain was not producing additional current flow, as it would in a normal capacitor,
but was residing in the field as potential energy which was significantly reinforcing the strength and extent of the
field. Our original research had identified this previously unknown field strength without recognizing its origins. It required
to completion of the field equations to provide that recognition.
Second, the formulas showed that the nuclear
beta capacitance field was absolutely in control of the charge component of field energy for the entangled field. The external
capacitor could not influence entangled field charge and any attempt to do so was converted to field voltage. That is, the
"charge" of the external capacitance field was always converted to voltage. Entanglement naturally increased the
voltage of the external capacitor nearly twenty times. To this "twenty times" could be added many other multiples
by manipulation of the external capacitor's charge. By controlling field voltage by manipulating the capacitor's charge, the
needed "giga voltage" for the accelerator could be realized.
However, these two discoveries— that excess
energy is invested in the entangled field— and— that the nuclear beta capacitance field controls entangled field
charge and that the external capacitance field multiplies voltage— identifies the distinct possibility that such a field
could be turned into a weapon. Even when the external capacitance field multiplies entangled field voltage tens of thousands
of times to reach the needed "giga voltage" the actual wattage stored in the entangled field is very small. This
is because the charge provided by naturally occurring beta decaying Thorium 234 is so small. The stored energy is less than
a billionth of a watt. When Thorium 232 is bred to Thorium 233 by accelerator-produced neutrons and captured in the entangled
field, this wattage will be increased significantly. If accelerator-bred Th-233 is increased to a single coulomb of charge
in the entangled field the stored wattage will reach a factor of 10 to the 27th power watts. The field will extend further
than anything now known. If this field is given the laser-like vector possible using asymmetrical capacitor technology (paper
available to subscribers) then a focused field weapon is a distinct possibility.
The design of the accelerator for Project Prometheus is now completed (proprietorially protected). In order to realize the
engineering model for the accelerator, it was necessary to complete two new sets of mathematical equations.
the actual operating principles which guided the asymmetrical capacitor needed to be explained. The quantum open-energy integral
and the positions of nitrogen and oxygen in the quantum Periodic Table of Elements explained the thrust of the asymmetrical
capacitor which had been demonstrated by Isaac Parrish one month ago. The application of those quantum mathematical principles
explained why the larger capacitor plate charged and attracted particles of dust and smoke while ejecting air as a jet thrust.
In summary, quantum math demonstrated that the asymmetrical capacitor’s thrusting and attraction characteristics are
due to the fact that the charge of the smaller terminal is being multiplied by the device (equations proprietorially reserved).
Second, because the Thorium 234 radioactive material is to be integrated into the smaller terminal, the effects
of smaller-terminal charge multiplication upon Thorium 234 beta discharges had to be realized. This proved difficult because
the open-energy mathematics for field-suppressed beta decay had yet to be completed; although our original research data (as
well as the discovery of the quantum open-energy integral) had provided an empirical equality which made that completion possible.
The completion of these open-energy mathematics produced a startling discovery. It had been originally assumed that the energy
gain shown to exist for field multiplied beta discharges would be invested in the current of the external capacitor. The completion
of the open-energy mathematics revealed that the energy gain would be invested in the field, not in the capacitor’s
current. The energy of the current would be “a wash,” neither gaining nor losing energy. This means that the energy
gained by the nuclear generator will have to be taken from the capacitance field which is a new electronics engineering challenge.
Field-suppressed beta decay controls the energy of the field by absolutely controlling the charge of the field.
Field energy is equal to charge times voltage. Any attempt on the part of the external field generator to increase the charge
of the field is resisted by the much stronger radioactive discharge. Attempted charge increases by the field generator must
be converted to voltage increases. This relationship is mathematically certain (these equations will be made available only
through a written request ). The voltage of an external field generator in which the radioactive material has been integrated
into the negative terminal, that generator voltage will be increased in the resultant field by an exact mathematical
How does this discovery relate to the charge increases characteristic of the smaller terminal of the
asymmetrical capacitor? The charge increase provided by the smaller terminal to which the radioactive material has been integrated
must also be converted to field voltage. In this manner, the asymmetrical capacitor multiplies field voltage such that it
approaches the field voltage required by a proton accelerator. That accelerator field voltage is known to be one giga electron
volt per accelerated proton.