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    Dear Sirs!
    Please see the papers.

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    The literature generally describes a metallic bond as
    the
    one formed by means of mutual bonds betwee...

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    Every subsequent element of the table of elements
    differs
    from the previous one in the amount of pro...

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    Sincerely,Henadzi Filipenka




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    A metallic bond is one formed between metals?

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    Default About MgB2. About the metallic bond and the conductivity

    Dear Sirs!The information, contained in the project is
    in my
    opinion
    the evidence of its extraterrestrial origin.

    Project
    of decoding of 'The Stormer Effect'

    The phenomenon is described by C.Stormer in his
    work 'The
    Problem of Aurora Borealis' in the chapter
    entitled 'The
    Echo of Short Waves, Which Comes Back in Many Seconds
    After
    The Main Signal'.

    In 1928 the radio- engineer Jorgen Hals from Bigder
    near Oslo
    informed C.Stormer about an odd radio echo received 3
    seconds after the cessation of the main signal;
    besides, an
    ordinary echo encircling the Earth within 1/7 of a
    second
    was received.

    In July Prof. Stormer spoke to Dr. Van-der-Paul in
    Andhoven
    and they decided to carry out experiments in autumn
    and send
    telegraphic signals in the form of undamped waves
    every 20
    seconds three dashes one after the other. On 11
    October 1928
    between 15.30 and 16.00, C.Stormer heard an
    echo 'beyond any
    doubt'; the signals lasted for 1,5- 2 seconds on
    undamped
    waves 31,4 meters long.

    Stormer and Hals recorded the intervals between the
    main
    signal and the mysterious echo:
    1) 15, 9, 4, 8, 13, 8, 12, 10, 9, 5, 8, 7, 6
    2) 12, 14, 14, 12, 8
    3) 12, 5, 8
    4) 12, 8, 5, 14, 14, 15, 12, 7, 5.5, 13, 8, 8, 8, 13,
    9,10,7,14,6,9,5

    5) 9

    Atmospheric disturbances were insignificant at that
    time.
    The frequency of echoes was equal to that of the main
    signal. C.Stormer explained the nature of echoes by
    reflection of radio waves from layers of particles
    ionised
    by the Sun. But!

    The Professor of the Stenford Electrotechnical
    University
    R.Bracewell suggested possibility of informational
    communication through space probes between more or less
    developed civilisations in space. From that point of
    view
    the information about decoding of Stormer series can be
    found in following journals:

    'Smena' No.2 Moscow 1966 , 'Astronautics and
    Aeronautics'
    No.5 USA 1973, 'Technika Molodezi' No.4 1974 and No.5
    1977
    Moscow, etc.

    The author of this work offers the following decoding:
    let
    the numbers in the series be replaced for chemical
    symbols
    of elements with corresponding nuclear charges:
    1) P F Be O Al O Mg Ne F B O N C
    2) Mg Si Si Mg O
    3) Mg B O
    4) Mg O B Si Si P Mg N B B Al O O O Al F Ne N Si C F B
    5) F

    It is easy to see that the second series is repeated
    at the
    beginning of the forth series with the only difference
    that
    in the forth series silicon is alloyed with boron and
    phosphorus, i.e. 'p-n transition' of a diode is
    created. The
    third series describes receipt of pure boron through
    action
    on boron anhydrite by magnesium:
    B2O3 and Mg = B ...

    The author of the above hypothesis wrote his degree
    paper on
    silicon carbide light-emitting diode, that is why the
    ending of the forth series is the most simple- it is a
    modern light-emitting diode. Silicon carbide is
    alloyed with
    nitrogen and boron with 'some participation' of
    fluorine.
    Approximately the same way diamond is alloyed with
    participation of fluorine in laboratories of 'other
    civilisations', as can be seen at the ending of the
    first
    series. In the middle of the forth series corundum,
    the base
    of ruby, is also alloyed with boron, nitrogen and
    fluorine.
    In the fifth series simply fluorine is educed as a
    useful
    but very aggressive gas. Inert neon seems to divide
    optoelectronic devices.

    In conclusion, some repeated applications should be
    noticed:
    fluorine favours in a way either diffusion of boron or
    electronic processes in forbidden zones of diamond,
    silicon
    carbamide; for some reason magnesium contacts are used.

    Now,MgB2 is supercoductor!!! (2001?)

    In 1928 semi-conductor devices were not in use on
    Earth.
    It was made in Leningrad,1978.
    Sincerely yours,
    H.R Filipenka.

    http://home.ural.ru/~filip
    Henadzi Filipenka,6a-7 Boldina str.Grodno 230030
    Belarus

    P.S.This paper is placed in Internet from 1998,please
    see at:
    http://www.belarus.net/discovery/filipenko/fil2.htm
    (in English)

    Superconductivity in diamond, Nature, 428, 542 (2004)
    Origin of Superconductivity in Boron-doped Diamond.

    All this discoveries are placed in series of C.Stormer!

    About the metallic bond and the conductivity please see-

    http://forum.physorg.com/index.php?showtopic=9605

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    I cannot comment. The extraterrestrials have kidnapped my cat. I can say no more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    I cannot comment. The extraterrestrials have kidnapped my cat. I can say no more.
    Mine too. Explain that if you can.

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    Thanks from my cat!

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    Such stories usually turn out to be hoaxes or simply inaccurate.

    However, I think we can rule out extra-terrestrial origin for many reasons:

    1. The echo was received after a few months. The nearest star to our sun is over four light-years away, which would mean that we would expect eight years to pass between a signal being sent and a reply being received.

    2. If alien probes were in the solar system, why did we not detect them directly?

    3. If aliens possess the technology to travel interstellar distances, why would they communicate using electromagnetic radiation? If you can travel a million light-years quickly enough to make a field trip possible, why communicate using a medium that would take a million years to get back home?

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    1.The phenomenon is described by C.Stormer in his
    work 'The
    Problem of Aurora Borealis' in the chapter
    entitled 'The
    Echo of Short Waves, Which Comes Back in Many Seconds
    After
    The Main Signal'.

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    2.The Professor of the Stenford Electrotechnical
    University
    R.Bracewell suggested possibility of informational
    communication through space probes between more or less
    developed civilisations in space.

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