In category D belong the following case studies:
D.1 A.A.Nassikas 2000. The Cold Fusion as a Space-Time Energy Pumping Process. Proceedings of the 8 th International Conference on Cold Fusion. Ed. F. Scaramuzzi , Societa Italiana di Fisica, Nuovo Cimento.
This paper is published here by the permission of "Nuovo Cimento".
In this case study there is an examination of the energy conservation concept for a closed system as resulted on the basis of "The claim for minimum contradictions". The following empirical statement is proposed:
Empirical Statement I: "During the approach of an electron with a proton there is absorption of gravitational energy".
As Empirical Statement we define a statement compatible with the theory proposed having a possibility to be verified through an experimental way. Thus a verification of an Empirical Statement will constitute a verification of the theory proposed and vice-versa.
Based on Emperical Statement I it is explained the excess heat generated during the light water electrolysis under R.Mills patent.
Also by this empirical statement there is an explanation to excess heat that is produced during cold fusion.
D.2 A.A.Nassikas, 2001. Space Time Energy Pump. Int. Conference on Hydrogen Technologies CH-Weinfelden, Jupiter-Verlag.
This case study has as starting point case study D.1, where we also see proposals of technological application of Empirical Statement I. There is also an explanation for excess heat during the light water electrolysis as described by Ph. Kanarev (Plasma Electrolysis).
D.3 A.A. Nassikas, "Space Time Electrostatic Propulsion", PIRT-2004, London.
By the minimum contradictions space-time-aether equations (C.5, C.6, C.7, C.8, C.9, C10) there is an interaction of the gravitational and electromagnetic field. Empirical Statement I that was mentioned in case study D.1 is an empirical statement compatible with this view. Also since Empirical Statement I includes the meaning of "gravitational energy absorption" obliges to extend to the direction of momentum. A generalization of Statement I is the Empirical Statement II:
Empirical Statement II: "A charge within an electric field is an area in which gravitational energy and momentum can be exchanged".
In a symmetrical electric field there is a mutual retraction which leads to a zero absorption of energy or momentum. Inversely, in an asymmetric system, momentum absorption is expected, meaning the development of force and in addition the absorption of gravitational energy space. The above mentioned have been confirmed partly through the Frolov asymmetric capacitors. A final answer could be given through an explicit "Over Unity Effect". This is proposed but not verified by a wavy asymmetric capacitor with solid dielectric and zero potential casing (PCT/GR000020).