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Kivshar made fundamental contributions to the understanding of a wide range of application of nonlinear physics principles. He pioneered investigation of optical solitary waves, or solitons, and vortices — including the world’s first prediction and experimental verification of a number of types of solitons. He analyzed and observed the breaking of optical vortices into dark solitons, an effect recently observed in other fields, such as Bose-Einstein condensates. Later made many advances in development of nonlinear photonics and photonic crystals. Photonic crystals are miniature devices with the potential to revolutionise electronic equipment, computers. In the same way as the transistor changed the world around half a century ago, photonic crystals promise a similar transformation of the size and speed of electronic devices.
(2) Radiant energy is a more plausible candidate for clean energy. In 1892, Tesla discovered an entirely new domain of physics based on abrupt discharges of electrostatic potentials and the subsequent release of kinetic Radiant Energy from the omnipresent ether. He called it “dynamic” electro-static force and completely abandoned any further interest in the AC waveform. Radiant energy can be used to power an open system. This flux is a property of time. “Radiant energy” is sometimes used to refer to the electromagnetic waves themselves, rather than their energy (a property of the waves). Because electromagnetic (EM) radiation can be considered to be a stream of photons, radiant energy can be viewed as the energy carried by these photons. Alternatively, EM radiation can be viewed as an electromagnetic wave, which carries energy in its oscillating electric and magnetic fields. These two views are completely equivalent, and are reconciled to one another in quantum field theory.]
(3) The original point-contact transistor often behaved in true negative resistor fashion, but was never understood. The point-contact transistor was simply bypassed by advancing to other transistor types more easily manufactured and with less manufacturing variances. William B. Burford III and H. Grey Verner, Semiconductor Junctions and Devices, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1965, p. 281-291. Quoting p. 281 on point-contact transistors: "…the theory underlying their function is imperfectly understood even after almost a century… although the very nature of these units limits them to small power capabilities, the concept of small-signal behavior, in the sense of the term when applied to junction devices, is meaningless, since there is no region of operation wherein equilibrium or theoretical performance is observed. Point-contact devices may therefore be described as sharply nonlinear under all operating conditions." Our comment is that point-contact transistors can easily be developed into true negative resistors enabling COP > 1.0 circuits. Excerpted from "On Extracting Electromagnetic Energy from the Vacuum," IC-2000, by Tom Bearden.
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