Mechanics / Electrodynamics
atomic batteries, photomultiplier tube (PMT), Mendeleev, nuclear fuel, R. Bacon, Fission reactions, Ritz effect, cold nuclear fusion (CNF), Coulomb barrier, electron-positron lattices, LUTS, MHD generators, bipyramidal model of the atom
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Currently, the most valuable thing in the world is energy. It is for energy sources (energy resources), including oil and gas, that the main struggle unfolds, often developing into military conflicts. At one time it seemed that the way out was in the sources of atomic energy. However, the costs associated with the operation of nuclear power plants (NPPs) and the need to dispose of nuclear waste, as well as the notorious accidents at nuclear power plants, make nuclear power plants to be viewed with suspicion, and in some countries they are generally prohibited as harmful to humans. The problem is that a nuclear power plant cannot be placed under the hood of a car, i.e. it is problematic to create a compact source of atomic energy, and besides, it is also environmentally friendly and safe, although such projects exist [1, 2]. But for now, the minimum dimensions of nuclear power plants are comparable to the size of a small house, and therefore they are installed only on icebreakers and submarines (nuclear submarines). Therefore, a compact source of subatomic energy is needed (as in E. Uspensky about Uncle Fyodor and a portable nuclear sun and a tractor or as in the film "Iron Man"), resembling in its properties a fabulous alatyr-stone, according to ancient books, serving as a source of energy, life and located in the north, where nuclear-powered ships usually float.