Prof. Santilli as a guest of Prof. A. A. Logunov, when Director of the High Energy Physics Laboratories in Protvino, Russia, in July 1994, to discuss the possible direct experimental verification in Protvino of the expected deviations from special relativity, a theory conceived for the representation of point particles in vacuum, when used in the interior of the hyperdense hadrons, a test first proposed by Prof. Santilli and still not considered in Western Laboratories for reasons of academic politics, despite known implications for much needed new clean energies and fuels.

Prof. Santilli as a guest of Prof. A. A. Logunov, when Director of the High Energy Physics Laboratories in Protvino, Russia, in July 1994, to discuss the possible direct experimental verification in Protvino of the expected deviations from special relativity, a theory conceived for the representation of point particles in vacuum, when used in the interior of the hyperdense hadrons, a test first proposed by Prof. Santilli and still not considered in Western Laboratories for reasons of academic politics, despite known implications for much needed new clean energies and fuels.

Prof. Santilli as a guest of Prof. A. A. Logunov, when Director of the High Energy Physics Laboratories in Protvino, Russia, in July 1994, to discuss the possible direct experimental verification in Protvino of the expected deviations from special relativity, a theory conceived for the representation of point particles in vacuum, when used in the interior of the hyperdense hadrons, a test first proposed by Prof. Santilli and still not considered in Western Laboratories for reasons of academic politics, despite known implications for much needed new clean energies and fuels.

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