Valeriy I. Sbitnev's research while affiliated with Kurchatov Institute and other places

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information based on an inter-cerebral superfast, spontaneous information pathway involving protein-protein interactions. Protons are convenient quantum objects for transferring bit units in a complex water medium like the brain. The phonon-polariton interaction in such a medium adds informational complexity involving complex protein interactions t...
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Ghost Dirac’s fermions are a manifestation of virtual particles. One fermion is the particle whose companion is the antiparticle. An ensemble of these fermions coupled in pairs represents the Bose-Einstein condensate. This condensate forms the superfluid ether. Due to the Meissner effect inherent in a superfluid medium, the paired fermions are inac...
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Quaternions are a natural framework of 4D space-time, where the unit element relates to time, and three others relate to 3D space. We define a quaternion set of differential torsion operators (shifts with rotations) that act to the energy-momentum tensor written on the same quaternion basis. It results in the equations of gravity-torsion (gravitoma...
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In this chapter, we postulate an integral concept of information processing in the universe, on the basis of a new biophysical principle, coined the generalized music (GM)-scale of EMF frequencies. Meta-analyses of current biomedical literature revealed the presence of a distinct pattern of discrete EMF frequency bands in a wide range of animate an...
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Part 2 of this review article provides a novel conceptual bridge between living and non-living systems, being of relevance for the areas of biophysics, brain research, as well as for mechanisms of biological evolution. As to the latter aspect, the potential role of phyllosilicates (clay materials) in the generation of a primordial biofield is treat...
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Part 1 of this review article submits an integral concept of information processing in the universe on the basis of a generalized musical (GM)-scale of discrete EMF frequencies. Meta-analyses of current biophysical literature revealed the effects of similar EMF frequency patterns in a wide range of animate and non-animate systems. This provided a n...
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This review article submits an integral concept of information processing in the universe on the basis of a generalized musical (GM)-scale of discrete EMF frequencies. Meta-analyses of current biophyisical literature revealed the effects of similar EMF frequency patterns in a wide range of animate and non-animate systems. This provided a novel conc...
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This review article submits an integral concept of information processing in the universe on the basis of a generalized musical (GM)-scale of discrete EMF frequencies. Meta-analyses of current biophyisical literature revealed the effects of similar EMF frequency patterns in a wide range of animate and non-animate systems. This provided a novel conc...
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Gravitomagnetic equations result from applying quaternionic differential operators to the energy–momentum tensor. These equations are similar to the Maxwell’s EM equations. Both sets of the equations are isomorphic after changing orientation of either the gravitomagnetic orbital force or the magnetic induction. The gravitomagnetic equations turn ou...
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The modified Navier–Stokes equation describing the velocity field in the superfluid quantum space is loaded by the external Lorentz force introducing electromagnetic fields. To open the path for getting the Schrödinger –Pauli equation describing the behavior of a particle with spin-1/2 in the magnetic field, we need to extend the continuity equatio...
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The ubiquitous ether coming from the ancient times up to middle of the twentieth century is replaced by a superfluid quantum space. It represents by itself a Bose–Einstein condensate consisting of enormous amount of virtual particle–antiparticle pairs emerging and disappearing in an infinitely ongoing dance. Flow of this medium in the non-relativis...
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Physical vacuum is a special superfluid medium populated by enormous amount of virtual particle-antiparticle pairs. Its motion is described by the modified Navier–Stokes equation: (a) the pressure gradient divided by the mass density is replaced by the gradient from the quantum potential; (b) time-averaged the viscosity vanishes, but its variance i...
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Physical vacuum is a special superfluid medium. Its motion is described by the Navier–Stokes equation having two slightly modified terms that relate to internal forces. They are the pressure gradient and the dissipation force because of viscosity. The modifications are as follows: (a) the pressure gradient contains an added term describing the pres...
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The emergence of quantum consciousness stems from dynamic flows of hydrogen ions in brain liquid. This liquid contains vast areas of the fourth phase of water with hexagonal packing of its molecules, the so-called exclusion zone (EZ) of water. The hydrogen ion motion on such hexagonal lattices shows as the hopping of the ions forward and the holes...
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The vorticity equation stemming from the modified Navier-Stokes equation gives a solution for a flat profile of the orbital speed of spiral galaxies. The solution also discloses what we might call a breathing of the galaxies - due to an exchange between the vortex energy and zero-point fluctuations in the vacuum.
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The relativistic hydrodynamical equations are being examined with the aim of extracting the quantum-mechanical equations (the relativistic Klein-Gordon equation and the Schr\"odinger equation in the non-relativistic limit). In both cases it is required to get the quantum potential, which follows from pressure gradients within a superfluid vacuum me...
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The Navier-Stokes equation contains two terms which have been subjected to slight modification: (a) the viscosity term depends of time (the viscosity in average on time is zero, but its variance is nonzero); (b) the pressure gradient contains an added term describing the entropy gradient multiplied by the pressure. Owing to these modifications, the...
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The Navier-Stokes equation contains two terms which have been subjected to slight modification: (a) the viscosity term depends of time (the viscosity in average on time is zero, but its variance is non-zero); (b) the pressure gradient contains an added term describing the quantum entropy gradient multiplied by the pressure. Owing to these modificat...
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Owing to three conditions (namely: (a) the velocity is represented by sum of irrotational and solenoidal components; (b) the fluid is barotropic; (c) a bath with the fluid undergoes vertical vibrations) the Navier-Stokes equation admits reduction to the modified Hamilton-Jacobi equation. The modification term is the Bohmian(quantum) potential. This...
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The Feynman path integral approach for solving the motion of a droplet along a silicon oil surface is developed by replacing the Planck constant by a surrogate parameter. The latter is proportional to the surface tension of the silicon oil multiplied by the area of the thin air film, separating the droplet from the oil, and by the half-period of th...
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Paths of particles, emitted from distributed sources and passing out through slits of two gratings, $G_{0}$ and $G_{1}$, up to detectors, have been computed in details by the path integral method. The slits are represented by Gaussian functions that simulate fuzzy edges of the slits. Waves of matter be computed by this method show perfect interfere...
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Path integrals give a possibility to compute in details routes of particles from particle sources through slit gratings and further to detectors. The path integral for a particle passing through the Gaussian slit results in the Gaussian wavepacket. The wavepackets prepared on N slits and superposed together give rise to interference pattern in the...
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Scattering cold particles on an $N$-slit grating is shown to reproduce an interference pattern, that manifests itself in the near-field region as the fractal Talbot carpet. In the far-field region the pattern is transformed to an ordinary diffraction, where principal beams are partitioned from each other by ($N-2$) weak ones. A probability density...
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David Bohm shown that the Schr{\"o}dinger equation, that is a "visiting card" of quantum mechanics, can be decomposed onto two equations for real functions - action and probability density. The first equation is the Hamilton-Jacobi (HJ) equation, a "visiting card" of classical mechanics, to be modified by the Bohmian quantum potential. And the seco...

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... having used (155) and (141). The averaged differential equation for theĀ y (t) component, defined in the same way as (157), is obtained from (153.ii) and reads ...
... Their energy consists partly of EM and partly of the energy of their excitations of the hexagonal lattice. Equations disclosing such a binding EM wave with optical phonons generated by thermal fluctuations of the matter lattice stem easily from the gravitomagnetic equations [76,77]: ...
... Here, the asynchronous and synchronous GT-field settings can produce energetic transients, which are often accompanied by chaotic dynamics referred to as the dozy chaos [11,12]. Similarly in the fields of panpsychism and consciousness, GT-fields and their properties play important roles [13,14]. It was argued that the mass matter can exhibit spatial consciousness which may result in "spooky phenomena". ...
... Deze ruimte-eenheden zijn ook de verzamelpunten van de krachtvelden van de zwaartekracht, donkere energie, zero-point energie, elektromagnetische straling etc. De ruimte-eenheden integreren daarmee dus ook informatie: die is opgeslagen aan de rand van elke fractale unit: bij het zwarte gat heet dit thans de 'event horizon'. Op deze wijze gaat Informatie, net als Energie, niet verloren [30,31,32,37]. ...
... Deze ruimte-eenheden zijn ook de verzamelpunten van de krachtvelden van de zwaartekracht, donkere energie, zero-point energie, elektromagnetische straling etc. De ruimte-eenheden integreren daarmee dus ook informatie: die is opgeslagen aan de rand van elke fractale unit: bij het zwarte gat heet dit thans de 'event horizon'. Op deze wijze gaat Informatie, net als Energie, niet verloren [30,31,32,37]. ...
... Their energy consists partly of EM and partly of the energy of their excitations of the hexagonal lattice. Equations disclosing such a binding EM wave with optical phonons generated by thermal fluctuations of the matter lattice stem easily from the gravitomagnetic equations [76,77]: ...
... Therefore, the quaternion algebra on 4D space-time can be viewed to be a lateral branch of Penrose's twister program. A general quaternion matrix representation has the following form [42,62,63]: ...
... The space is quantized as superfluid quantum vacuums [33][34][35][36][37][38][39]. The variable density of vacuum gives rise to vacuum fluctuations which is the cause of gravity. ...
... Here subscript "+" means that the viscosity coefficient is not exactly zero but has a tiny positive value (one can disclose it only on giant cosmic scales [65]). ...