This post concerns the nature of the binding forces that keep the nucleus and their constituent nucleons together. This subject is important because of the fact that ultra dense hydrogen can affect the confinement of quarks. Since Rossi has recognized in his theory that he is using ultra dense hydrogen to power his SK reactor, how ultra dense hydrogen does this function is directly related to Rossi's theory
The EMC effecthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMC_effect
Correlated nucleons may solve 35-year-old mysteryhttps://phys.org/news/2019-02-nucleons-year-old-mystery.html#nRlv
Holmlid has found that a weak laser pulse can be replaced with a spark discharge that can still get the same nuclear and sub nuclear reactions to occur as that of a low powered laser pulse.
The indispensable role that Ultra dense hydrogen plays in this quark confinement disruption reaction is to reformat the stimulant EMF energy into the proper strong force disruption format.
The EMC Effect might be a result of a brief superposition of quarks between nucleons that reside in the constituent nucleons inside a nucleus. This observation seems to be a violation of the quark confinement rule. This rule states that quarks cannot interact between nucleons. Quark confinement is the factor that produces high quark momentum. By Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, when something is highly confined, its momentum becomes very high.
As illustration, a tiger in a big zoo with open fields will act more relaxed, because he has a lot of room to wander around. If you now confine him in smaller and smaller areas, he gets nervous and agitated. It's a lot that way with any particle. If they're free to move all around, they have low energy. Put them together and confine them in a small volume, they get very excited and try to get out of the structure.
When quark momentum goes down, this means that quark confinement is relaxed proportionally. Superposition of quarks may be occurring were the strong force connections are shared between each interacting quark interconnection network regardless of what nucleon the quarks are in.
If we can produce the proper EMF format, then we can grab hold of quarks and manipulate them.
What Ultra dense hydrogen might do is to reformat the EMF in various formats that are found in these stimulant EMF pulses whether that EMF pulse is from a laser or a spark into some sort of properly formatted strong force disruption pulse.
In addition, consistent with the subject of this thread ( EMF chiral polarization as explaned in this thread) may have an important part in the proper formatting of this special type of EMF.
From my examination of multiple LENR experiments supported by MFMP open source research that show transmutation, I think I know the details of what that strong force interaction/disruption pulse looks like, and how that pulse is formed.