Kanarev critiques Nobel Prize in Physics
Russian Professor Ph. M. Kanarev presents facts about the thickness of
graphene and the theoretical bensole molecule, concluding that the statement
concerning the one-atom-thick carbon film is erroneous. A video he sent in an
earlier email announced "The world's first self-rotating electric
Preface by Sterling
Pure Energy Systems News
On Oct. 12, I received an email from Professor
Kanarev with an attached document he composed that he thought might be of
interest to our readership. It turns out to be an analysis of the 2010
Nobel Prize in Physics that was awarded jointly to Andre Geim and Konstantin
Novoselov "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material
graphene". Apparently, Kanarev has been working in this field as
well, and may even be further along in his work than these two who received the
Also today, I stumbled onto an email that Kanarev sent me back on Sept. 12 with
a video attached. He wrote: "It seems to me this VIDEO will be interesting to you and to the
readers of your site." I've posted the video and sent an email to
Kanarev asking for more information about it. The video starts out:
"You are seeing the world's first self-rotating electric generator."
Stay tuned for our report once we get more info on that.
|Update as of Oct. 13, 1:00 pm Mountain:
I received an email from Kanarev giving further information about this
generator. It is his. You can read about it here.
He said it has been tested by a scientist from the Russian Academy of
The tubing resembles Kanrev's electrolysis systems.
My brother, Nathan, was the one who first talked up Kanarev to me a few years
ago. I built a feature
page about his electrolysis in May of 2006, and the New Energy Congress
acknowledged it as a significant contribution and even listed in the Top 100
Clean Energy Technologies for a while. Greg Watson wrote:
"Professor Kanarev has shown a new form of electrochemistry which can
generate much more Hydrogen than conventional electrolysis ever could. He claims
at least 10 times but his data suggests more like 4,000 times more Hydrogen than
the Wh input would predict."
I give you this context so that you can more fully appreciate the person writing
this critique of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics. You can download a PDF
version of this article here.
NOBEL RESULT IN PHYSICS HAS BEEN
OBTAINED BY THE TRIAL AND ERROR METHOD
Ph.M. Kanarev, Doctor of
We congratulate the Russian-born scientists, the new Nobel Prize winners in
physics, for the important scientific result, which they have obtained by the
trial and error method.
As it has been announced by TV, the essence of the result is a formation
of one-atom-thick carbon films
by the method of Scotch tape attachment to graphite and further separation of
the graphite films, which have stuck to Scotch tape, with the help of water.
High strength and electrical conductivity are the main properties of the carbon
films. The new theory of microworld
makes it possible to describe this process theoretically.
Two natural formations, which consist of one and the same chemical
element carbon and have radically different properties, are known. One writes
on paper with the help of graphite and cuts glass with the help of diamond. Why?
The new theory of microworld gives a simple answer to this question. Carbon is
the sixth element in Mendeleyevs table. Its nucleus has 6 protons, and the
number of the neutrons can be various. 98.90% of the nuclei of the carbon atoms
have 6 neutrons, and 1.10% has 7 neutrons. The graphite atoms have flat nuclei
(Fig. 1), and the diamond nuclei have spatial nuclei (Fig. 2).
It appears from the new theory of microworld that the protons of the
atomic nuclei are arranged on the surface of the nuclei, and the atomic
electrons interact with the protons of the nuclei linearly, not orbitally (Figs
3 and 4). As a result, the graphite atom is a flat formation (Fig. 3), and the
diamond atom is the limitedly symmetrical spatial formation (Fig. 4).
A flat atom of carbon is responsible for graphite stratified layers. The
flat atoms of carbon join together and form flat clusters; an assembly of
clusters forms a film. The European experimenters have managed to take photos of
C6H6 cluster, which consists of the flat atoms of carbon and the atoms of
hydrogen (Fig. 5). There are photos of carbon films- graphenes (Fig. 5).
phene, is by two or three order so
magnitude less than the nanodimension. If the new Nobel Prize winners obtained a
carbon one-atom-thick film, there would be no space for a motion of the free
electrons, which provide its high electrical conductivity. It appears from this
that the Nobel Prize winners separated the carbon films, which were much
thicker than one atom, from graphite with the help of Scotch tape. It is
natural, because the free electrons, which move between the atomic layers,
provide high electrical conductivity of these films. It means that the statement
concerning the one-atom-thick carbon film is erroneous.
Limited symmetry of carbon atoms provides strength of electron bonds
between them and, consequently, of the whole graphene film, which fancied
structure is given in Fig. 5, and the theoretical structure is given in Fig. 6.
Its strength is stipulated by symmetry of bonds between the electrons of the
carbon atoms, which are hexahedral contour closed.
The above-mentioned facts show the significance of the experimental
achievements of the new Nobel Prize winners, which have been obtained by them by
the trial and error method, as well as their insufficient understanding of
physical essence of their achievements. But they are young, and they have a
chance to strengthen their theoretical knowledge by means of mastering the new theory of microworld. We shall make a detail analysis of the
achievements of the new Nobel Prize winners at the first Russian seminar of the
independent Academy of Nanoprocesses and Nanotechnologies (NANO
Academy) devoted to the foundations of nanoprocesses and
nanotechnologies. This seminar will held in the city of Krasnodar, Russia, on November 25-27, 2010
(see the site Akamedic (www.akademik.su),
its topic being The new laws of microworld are the ways to mastering the new
The above-mentions facts show erroneousness of the orbital motion of the
electron in the atom, and the Nobel Committee has an opportunity to apologize
before many generations of schoolchildren, students, postgraduates, engineers
and scientists for a damage caused by awarding of a series of Nobel prizes in
physics and chemistry by mistake. The erroneous authority of those prizes
crippled their scientific intellect.
1. Ph.M. Kanarev. The
Foundations of Physchemistry of Microworld. Monograph. The 14 edition. http://kubsau.ru/science/prof.php?kanarev
2. Ph.M. Kanarev. Answers to the questions concerning microworld. Study
What is ironic here, is that from what I can tell, Kanarev has indeed provided
evidence here that the Nobel Prize in Physics was indeed mis-awarded, and that
his work actually supersedes that of Andre Geim and Konstantin
Novoselov in this area -- but that his work in Electromagnetic overunity
overshadows all of this, making it seem trivial in comparison.
Here are some of the initial comments posted on the video he sent me, and which
I posted just a few hours prior to posting the above story:
Tantalizing! As usual, we're left with wondering why the obvious follow through was not done.....
this seems to be a kind of quantum field generator yes something in the
Thanks Sterling some ting special about those torridals
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Kanerev is a loose cannon . . . .
My ex-father-in-law is a retired physics professor at Kuban State University
in Krasnodar, Russia.
My ex brother-in-law is a 26 year old PhD in Physics.
The ex father-in-law just arrived in the USA yesterday and says the whole
university staff knows of this fellow Kanerev and he is but another "loose
cannon on the deck" in science.
Just look at the way he criticizes the 2 ex-Russian Nobel prize winners. It's
mere academic jealousy. Like so many others he is using your website as a forum
to announce to the world he has a self running motor - - - but if you fly over
to Krasnodar there he will have a whole laundry list of excuses just like Mike
I have been all over Krasnodar and through the university labs many times. It's
a wonderful place.
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