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Deformed Space-Time Reactions: Towards Nuclear Metabarysis

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Experimental evidence of non-conventional reactions, which were collected in these last years, can be all justified in the framework of a general theory that predicts local variations of the space-time metrics. These deformations are different for the different fundamental interactions and for different stored energy and are connected to a violation of the Lorentz Local Invariance.
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Keywords: CHANGES OF ATOMIC WEIGHT; DEFORMED SPACE-TIME; LOCAL LORENTZ INVARIANCE BREAKDOWN; NEUTRON EMISSION; NUCLEAR METABARYSIS; ULTRASOUNDS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2016

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