The developed concept and models of BSM theory combined with the new approach of objective reality, causality and understanding provides opportunity for efficient analysis of tough problems from different fields of natural science. In the fields of applied science the proposed approach allows good orientation in any particular problem and clear formulation of criteria for selection of the necessary experimental data. Such approach leads to unexpected successful results. To see why the analysis using BSM models possess such advantages click here.
Note: For most of the following applications (with exclusion of Application 3) the reader should be firstly acquainted at least with the article Brief introduction to the BSM theory and derived atomic models published in Journal of Theoretics (Jan 2003).
Application 1: New Vision about a Controllable Fusion Reaction BSM_Application_1.pdf (134 KB)
(Based on a theoretical and experimental analysis from a BSM point of view, this application allows to put a light on a possible way for achieving of controllable fusion reaction of the type deuteron + deuteron -> helium. This is the most efficient (by energy yield) nuclear reaction for which unlimited energy resources are available.
Application 3: Theoretical Analysis of Bio-molecules using BSM models (energy mechanism in proteins) BSM_Application_3.pdf (640 KB) Contents only
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This application demonstrates a new powerful method for analysis of the properties of complex bio-molecules like proteins and especially DNA, using the physical models of the atoms discovered by BSM theory. The analysis leads to formulation of the following three hypothesis: 1. Energy storage mechanism in biomolecules; 2. DNA involvement in a cell cycle synchronization; 3. Binary decoding mechanism behind the twenty flavors in aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases.
A slightly modified version of this application is published in Journal of Theoretics (May 2003) as "Application of BSM atomic models for theoretical analysis of biomolecules"
In connection to the hypotheses formulated in Application 3 of BSM, it is useful to review the unique experiments provided by the academician A. Chernetsky described in the article "Self-generated elecrical discharge" by A. Frolov http://alexfrolov.narod.ru/chernetsky.htm
Application 4: Modeling in nanotechnology using structural models of the atoms (html or pdf)
This application demonstrates the usefulness of the physical models of the atoms for structural modeling in nanotechnology. It leads to understanding the holding mechanisms in the nanostructures. Many of the extraordinary features of the nanostructures could be successfully analyzed and understood using the BSM models of the atoms and their interactions. The application shows only the fundamental bases for the modeling, but it may trigger a foundation of a new theoretical field.
Additional potential applications:
Hypothesis: Atomic, "monoatomic", and metalic state structures of gold
Structural difference between the atoms of gold and mercury (despite one proton difference only) www.heliconstruct.com/Au_hg_difference.htm
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