Basic Structures of Matter (BSM theory)

(Thesis about matter, space and time)

S. Sarg

The space in which we live and observe possesses underlying material structure in the micro-scale range, where some basic physical laws appear differently. All physical phenomena are explainable in 3D + 1 space-time dimensions, once  the matter and its properties in that particular range are understood.

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The Zero Point Energy is a subject of increased interest in the recent years. Many researchers in the extremely tough field of gravitation and inertia express the opinion that some of the vacuum parameters might be manageable1,2.The quantum theory also does not exclude the option that in some physical processes the vacuum parameters could be modified. Such modification is usually referenced as a vacuum polarization. The understanding of the vacuum features appears obviously helpful in the low energy experiments of fusion reaction3.

BSM is a type of unified field theory developed according to the principles of causality, physical objectivity and human logic. The basic adopted postulates whose definitions rely on a classical approach are reduced to a minimum number (only three). The BSM theory suggests a concept, according to which the surrounding space (vacuum), contains underlying structure, characterized with distributed energy, quantum features and conditions for electrical, magnetic and gravitational fields. A detailed models of this structure is developed and denoted as a Cosmic Lattice (CL). The CL spatial structure is built by two type particles of different intrinsic matter substances, combined in nodes. The atomic matter is formed of complex helical structures, built by the same two types of particles. The CL structure is quite unique and distinguishable from any kind of known substances. It, however, possesses some specific parameters that can be accurately expressed by the known physical constants. Some of these parameters are: CL static pressure (related to the mass, referenced in BSM as a Newtonian mass), CL dynamical pressure (related to the zero point energy) and CL partial pressure (related to the inertial properties of the helical structures and atomic matter in CL space). In such environments the photon spatial structure is explainable and the light velocity is derivable parameter. All effects of Special and General Relativity are explainable. Many rules adopted in the Quantum Mechanics, atomic and particle physics are also explainable without need of uncertainty principle. The analysis of the physical phenomena, according to BSM theory, logically leads to quite different physical concepts in the range from subatomic particles to the galaxies and Universe. The developed concepts are in full agreement with numerous experimental results and observations.

The theoretical models and developed concepts, according to a BSM theory, lead to the following results and conclusions:


1. H. E. Puthoff, Can the Vacuum be Engineered for Spaceflight applications?, NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics conference at Lewis Res. Center, Aug 1997. 

2. H. E. Puthoff, S. R. Little, M. Ibison, Engineering the Zero-Point Field and Polarizable Vacuum for Interstellar Flight, First International Workshop in Field Propulsion, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, Jan 2001.

3. Earth Tech's Farnsorth Fusor - Version in

Note: The papers 1 and 2 are available in

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