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Non-Local Theory of Lighting Balls and Some Mysterious Catastrophes
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Volume 2, 2015
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Authors
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Boris V. Alexeev, Department of Physics, Moscow Lomonosov University of Fine Chemical Technologies, Moscow, Russia.
Abstract
The theory of lighting balls is constructed in the frame of non-local physics. The lighting balls (or plasmoids) have the character of the stable quantum objects in the self consistent electric field. Particularly these effects can be considered as explanation of the existence of the stable plasmoids, lightning balls and atoms with the separated electronic shell and the positive kernel. The delivered theory demonstrates the great possibilities of the generalized quantum hydrodynamics in investigation of the quantum solitons. The theory leads to solitons as typical formations in the generalized quantum hydrodynamics. The self-consistent theory of plasmoids cannot be constructed in the frame of local physics. The developed theory is applied for explanation of Tunguska event, Gagarin catastrophe and catastrophes of flights MH 370 and AirAsia QZ8501.
Keywords
Quantum Hydrodynamics, Theory of Plasmoids, Atom Structure, Gagarine Catastrophe, MH 370 Catastrophe, AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Catastrophe
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