Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2015, Page: 33-40
The Casimir Effect as a Pure Topological Phenomenon and the Possibility of a Casimir Nano Reactor – A Preliminary Conceptual Design
Mohamed S. El Naschie, Dept. of Physics, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt
Received: Mar. 11, 2015;       Accepted: Mar. 23, 2015;       Published: Mar. 28, 2015
DOI: 10.11648/j.nano.20150303.11      View  2550      Downloads  284
Abstract
A preliminary conceptual design of a new free energy nano reactor is presented. The design is based on the following: A basically topological interpretation of the Casimir effect is given as a natural intrinsic property of the geometrical topological structure of the quantum-Cantorian micro spacetime. This new interpretation compliments the earlier conventional interpretation as vacuum fluctuation or as a Schwinger source and links the Casimir energy to the so called missing dark energy density of the cosmos. We start with a general outline of the theoretical principle and basic design concepts of a proposed Casimir dark energy nano reactor. In a nutshell the theory and consequently the actual design depends crucially upon the equivalence between the dark energy density of the cosmos and the faint local Casimir effect produced by two sides boundary condition quantum waves. This Casimir effect is then colossally amplified as a one sided quantum wave pushing from the inside with nothing balancing it from the non-existent outside. In view of the present theory, this is essentially what leads to the observed accelerated expansion of the cosmos. As in any reactor, the basic principle in the present design is to produce a gradient so that the excess energy on one side flows to the other side. Thus in principle we will restructure the local topology of space using material nanoscience technology to create an artificial local high dimensionality with a Dvoretzky theorem like volume measure concentration. Without going into the intricate nonlinear dynamics and technological detail, it is fair to say that this would lead us to pure, clean, free energy obtained directly from the topology of spacetime. Needless to say the entire design is based completely on the theory of quantum wave dark energy proposed by the present author for the first time in 2011 in a conference held in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt and a little later in Shanghai, Republic of China. The quintessence of the present theory is easily explained as the ø^3 intrinsic Casimir topological energy where ø=(√(5-1))/2 produced from the zero set ø of the quantum particle when we extract the empty set quantum wave ø^2 from it and find 〖ø-ø〗^2=ø^3 by restructuring space via conducting but uncharged plates similar to that of the classical Casimir experiments but with some modification. Our proposed preliminary design of the reactor follows in a natural way from the above.
Keywords
Casimir Effect, Dark Energy, E-Infinity, Cantorian Spacetime, Nano Reactor Avant Project, Free Energy
To cite this article
Mohamed S. El Naschie, The Casimir Effect as a Pure Topological Phenomenon and the Possibility of a Casimir Nano Reactor – A Preliminary Conceptual Design, American Journal of Nano Research and Applications. Vol. 3, No. 3, 2015, pp. 33-40. doi: 10.11648/j.nano.20150303.11
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