The anomalies in rotating magnetic systems as a key to the understanding of morphogenesis?
During almost two decades I have returned repeatedly to the fascinating but unfortunately un-recognized work of Roschin and Godin about rotating magnetic systems. With the recent advances in TGD it has become clear that the reported strange effects such as the change of weight proportional to the rotation velocity of rollers taking place above 3.3 Hz rotation frequency and rapid acceleration above 9.2 Hz up to frequency 10 Hz could provide clues for developing a general vision about morphogenesis of magnetic body, whose flux quanta can carry Bose-Einstein condensates of dark charged ions with given mass and charge if the hypothesis heff=n× h=hgr identifying dark matter as phases with non-standard value of Planck constant holds true.
At this time my friend Samuli Pentikäainen re-stimulated my interest by sending some links to the files describing the patent of Godin and Roschin. We had a nice brain storming about the system, which eventually inspired the preparation of this article to clarify my recent views about the system. One can find from web a brief description of the rotating magnetic system (see this) and the english translation of the patent (see (see this). I am grateful for Samppa for these links and interesting discussions.
The generalization of Chladni mechanism would provide a general model for how magnetic flux tubes carrying charged particles with given mass at given flux tube drift to the nodal surfaces giving rise to magnetic walls in the field of standing or even propagating waves assignable to "topological light rays" (MEs). Ordinary matter would in turn condense around these dark magnetic structures so that Chladni mechanism would serve as a general mechanism of morphogenesis. This mechanism could be universal and work even in astrophysical systems (formation of planets).
The change of weight correlating with the direction of rotation (parity breaking) and rapid acceleration could be understood in terms of momentum and angular momentum transfer by dark photons liberated in the quantum phase transition of many-particle states of dark charged particles to from cyclotron Bose-Einstein condensates giving rise to analogs of superconductivity and spontaneous magnetization.
For details see the article The anomalies in rotating magnetic systems as a key to the understanding of morphogenesis?
For a summary of earlier postings see Latest progress in TGD.