Fusion with the production of a large amount of energy is a technology that can be used in an advantageous way by our society and be a factor to contribute to the natural balance of the environment.
This study aims to present a possible compromising answer about a different physical-theoretical system. The model is supported by a conceptual thesis/thought, precursor of a probable wide-reaching symbolic-informative relational theory.
The idea under test is that atomic particles can be fused not by a process where the Coulomb barrier is overcome, but the particles, under certain conditions, or rather, by altering and/or maintaining certain properties (connectedness), can break the space-time fabric, find themselves at an undefined point (non-dual and/or suspended from their space-time frame), and finally return to the real state, whose paradigm rests on a distinction of the particles properties, with the release of energy.
General process. It is considered one antagonistic property of the particles to be resolved. If the environment is, say, equivalent, and the particles are put in a right configuration apparatus, then one opposite property remains, and the particles can start the fusion process. (One antagonistic property is to say two antagonistic possible measurements, yes and no – to produce Non-duality in a conceptual approach.) After non-duality happens and after the return to the three-dimensional world frame, the particles are approximately one, i.e., they are, by principle, together (bonded).
Process: rupture of the space-time fabric. The particles are disconnected from the space-time fabric of numerical quality. (Space-time is considered intrinsically of numerical quality.)
As particles start to become identified as one, means a rupture of space-time: the numbers of their initial frame tend to be equal conceptually – concept of independent number ceases to exist.
Process: Non-duality. An element exists with properties or response that approximates and eliminate the antagonisms: it induces in the system a conceptual change. This conceptual change is viewed as the loss of differentiation of the particles – particles are identified with a single property (in this case study, distance – Fig. 1). What the author calls weak and strong reference (Fig. 4), are fundamental for this change to happens.
Applying the apparatus system (which will permit such all process) by setting it at initial conditions, the particle(s) return to the three-dimensional world frame.