Stationary Dissipative Solitons of Model G

Stationary Dissipative Solitons of Model G

Matthew Pulver and Paul A. LaViolette

International Journal of General Systems, 2013, vol. 42, No. 5, pp. 519-541.

M. Pulver and P. A. LaViolette, International Journal of General Systems 42 (2013): 519-541.


Model G, the earliest reaction-diffusion system proposed to support the existence of solitons, is shown to do so under distant steady-state boundary conditions. Subatomic particle physics phenomenology, including multi-particle bonding, movement in concentration gradients, and a particle structure matching Kelly’s charge distribution model of the nucleon, are observed. Lastly, it is shown how a three-variable reversible Brusselator, a close relative of Model G, can also support solitons.

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This paper confirms several key predictions of Model G of subquantum kinetics, that Model G can create an autonomous dissipative soliton, that this soliton is characterized by a bell shaped core surrounded by a periodic field pattern having a fixed wavelength, that this periodicity extends away from the particle core a considerable distance, and that this soliton moves when formed in a G concentration gradient.

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