BOLDYREVA Lyudmila Borisovna
Short biography :
Ph.D., author of a theoretical model of the physical vacuum having superfluid properties.
Author of the book "What does physics granting physical vacuum properties of a 3He-B superfluid ?", as well as a number of articles, including about the non-electromagnetic component of laser radiation.
WHAT DOES PHYSICS GRANTING PHYSICAL VACUUM PROPERTIES OF A 3HE-B SUPERFLUID ? (pdf, in Russian)
In this book, it is shown that, granting the physical vacuum with properties of a 3He-B superfluid can allow to describe physical phenomena such as radiation, spreading and absorption of light, the wave properties of matter, interaction of quantum particles with electrical fields, superconductivity, magnetism, as well as the action of ultra-low doses of biologically active substances on biological objects.
QUANTUM CORRELATIONS : NON-ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTION OF QUANTUM OBJECTS,
SUPERFLUID SPIN CURRENTS. (pdf, in Russian)
Basic properties of quantum correlations are described : they don't depend on distances, don't consume energy, occur in the physical vacuum, occur for quantum objects both with zero and non-zero rest mass.
The physical process of superfluid spin current is considered, which performs quantum correlations in such macro system as the 3He-B superfluid. The article also shows tge analogy between superfluid properties of spin currents and above mentioned quantum correlations between quantum objects.
The superfluid spin current, unlike the light, is not accompanied by the appearance of mass (it doesn't possess any inertial properties), and hence, it is not a process occurring in a gravitational field. In this manner, the speed of superfluid spin current can be any with respect to the gravitational field, and may even exceed the speed of light in vacuum.
MAGNETISM AND VIRTUAL PARTICLES (pdf, in Russian)
It is shown that, given the properties of the virtual particles generated by moving quantum objects, electric current can be modeled as a vortex filament in the physical vacuum, and magnetic interactions can be described by equations of interaction of vortices in an ideal incompressible fluid with negative pressure.
It has been shown that the possibility of spin correlations between the spins of the virtual particles, via superfluid spin currents, can lead to a physical vacuum with a negative pressure.