How Diamond created a Man
The "love story" between people and diamonds is very old and it is hardly possible to trace its roots in the past . A raw diamond crystal is often so beautiful and elegant that it is difficult to believe in its natural origin. Ancient Indian inhabitants, who believed in the worlds parallel to the known physical world and incomprehensible for our minds, believed that the diamond occupied a special place in the hidden part of the Universe.
Today, it is assumed the diamond has been researched appreciably well: people know its structure, defect types, physical and chemical properties etc. People have learned to grow diamonds artificially in a variety of ways: using the high-temperature and high-pressure (HTHP) method; chemical vapor deposition (CVD) method; detonation synthesis of ultradispersed diamonds (UDD). Therefore, the reader may ask, "What is so mysterious about the diamond, and how can a crystal create Man?"
Dear reader! This is where the fun begins...
Quantum wave mechanical treatment of diamond crystals
We managed to lift this mysterious curtain slightly, but it still hides the new and unknown properties of the diamond, so we marvel again at the manifestation of its unique qualities and features. We are a small group of researchers who have invented and studied, for more than twenty years, a new quantum wave method of mechanical treatment of diamond crystals.
The method consists in creating elastic coherent vibrations of the crystal lattice throughout the diamond. The abrasive grain of the machining tool causes local elastic deformation of the diamond surface, thereby creating such forced elastic waves. The machining system must not surpass the elasticity threshold of the diamond surface to avoid the formation of splinters .
Elastic acoustic waves inside the crystal carry energy. The speed of propagation of such longitudinal waves throughout the diamond is about 18 thousand meters per second. Because the waves are coherent (having equal values of frequency and amplitude) in this case, their interaction causes local concentration of wave energy inside the material. According to our estimates, local wave energy concentration may reach 10-13 to 10-14 joules within 10-14 seconds, and the crystal may experience a local temperature impulse of several thousand degrees Kelvin. The diamond temperature, however, does not increase during the treatment process.
Some features of the new method of quantum wave treatment:
removal of internal strains in the diamond’s crystal lattice;
modification of defect and impurity structure of the crystal;
formation of NV-centers throughout the diamond;
modification of the diamond’s shape;
modification of nitrogen content in the diamond;
formation of specific crystallographic configurations of strained areas in the diamond;
improvement of optical characteristics of the crystal (in particular, reducing the magnitude of optical anisotropy);
atomic level modification of surface roughness;
creation of three-dimensional shapes from diamond crystals (parabolic, spherical, cylindrical, cone-shaped).
Experiments have demonstrated that our method of wave treatment of the diamond is effective for processing the crystal in any crystallographic direction . For this purpose, our specialists have created the world’s unique desktop computer-controlled high-precision equipment.
In fig.1, the photos of treated crystals show a completely new type of diamond inserts for jewelry, which are gently processed along the natural curved (3D) diamond surfaces and finely polished maintaining the crystal’s natural shape. These processed crystals received the certificate of Smolensk Homological Center as a new type of brilliant gem of a fancy shape. The term "brilliant gem" was used because this new kind of diamond has no specific name yet . The unique natural morphology has been preserved partially to improve its aesthetics, to create a new jewelry design and to keep the weight of the diamond, whose polished surface has not been touched by an instrument. Other technologies of processing diamonds into brilliant gems cannot provide this result.
Only 10 to 13 percent of all diamonds produced in the world are used in the jewelry industry. Strained and defective crystals are not used in jewelry. They are used for technical needs: for machining tools, abrasive powders, etc. Our new method of wave treatment is usable for almost all types of diamonds making it possible to create unique jewelry decoration of a new type even from very low quality raw materials (Boart), by transforming the colors of the strained and defective areas in the crystal (fig.2) into pure optical spectrum colors .
Formation of quantum wave flows inside diamond
A prominent Soviet researcher, Nikolai Kozyrev, conducted experiments studying the properties of time. He used the principle of rotation and simultaneous movement of a working body. He placed a rotating gyroscope on a scale pan and exposed the whole system under investigation to mechanical vibrations. When the gyroscope rotor turned counterclockwise, the 90-gram gyroscope weighed 4 mg less. These experiments are still obscure because the weight change was too small – 0.001 to 0.01%. This effect was explained by the properties of time.
Like in Kozyrev’s experiments, we used the principle of rotation and movement of a working body. The difference between our diamond treatment and the conventional crystal treatment is in the two-axis machining tool movement , specifically, rotation and eccentric movement.
In the conventional technology of processing diamonds into brilliant gems, one of the definitive conditions is ensuring a stable speed of rotation of the tool. In this case, the linear velocity of each abrasive grain is constant at the contact point of the diamond and the tool (Vst).
In fig.3, the horizontal straight line is the linear velocity of abrasive grains when using the standard technology (Vst). The wavy line is the velocity change pattern of abrasive grains relative to the treated diamond surface using our quantum-wave method (ΔV = V2–V1). In this case, the values of linear velocities of abrasive grains, V1 and V2, are determined by the radius of eccentricity when moving the rotating tool relative to the crystal. It is important to note that the increment of the linear velocity of the tool movement relative to the treated diamond surface, or ΔV, is constant at any point of contact of the machining tool and the crystal. See more information on the mechanism of treatment and its recorded results in .
The characteristics of the quantum vortex flows in diamonds during two-axis movement of the machining tool is mainly determined by the treatment algorithm and the shape of the crystal. During the treatment process, these factors form a unique energy vortex field of elastic deformations in the diamond, which restructures its original atomic crystalline structure and creates a new energy state . This new energy state of the diamond radically changes the current perception of its features and properties, by responding actively to external energy treatment, for example, ultraviolet irradiation.
In our experiments, we treat a diamond crystal as a wave resonator. At the saem time, we take into account the natural spatial configuration (or shape) of the diamond, which tells us what algorithm of technological treatment to use .
Fig.4a shows a raw natural diamond crystal of a raw material category called «Rejection Stones". It has the shape of a distorted octahedron with rounded facets and edges. You can see the surface topography typical for this category of raw material.
Following our experimental plan, the tool treated only the vertices of the crystal, sequentially shaping spherical and cone-shaped surfaces with the base diameter of 0.3–0.5 mm using a specific technological algorithm. Some alteration of the natural surface morphology of the diamond was observed during the treatment of the first vertex, as the facets dramatically became smooth, but this unexpected effect did not last, unfortunately. After shaping the fifth vertex, the experiment was terminated because the crystal has spontaneously transformed into a spheroid, and finding the exact location of the sixth vertex became somewhat problematic (fig.4b). Before and after the experiment, the weight of the crystal remained the same, 0.400 CT. The transformed surface of the diamond was amazingly smooth and transparent despite that the machining tool did not touch it.
In the search for answers to our questions, we thoroughly analyzed, inter alia, the experiments by N.Kozyrev and Hendrik Casimir , who discovered the effect of mutual attraction between uncharged bodies under the impact of quantum energy fluctuations in a physical vacuum. Comparing these experiments with our results, we suggested that there is some quantum environment in the interatomic space of the crystal. This natural environment may become a source of energy for a wave processes and serve as a basis for transmission and interaction of wave flows not only in interatomic spaces of the diamond crystal structure, but also in the intra-atomic space. In a modern view, such inert environment, with no electromagnetic component, may be called physical vacuum, or zero point energy, or the world’s ether, and dark matter together with dark energy. Analyzing the results of experiments on vortex mechanical interaction of elastic deformation waves with no electromagnetic component in the diamond, we see the existence of this quantum environment is highly probable.
Interaction between energy superstructure of diamond
and UV irradiation
Assuming that the diamond structure after prior technological manipulations has transformed into a new energy state, we can expect manifestation of new physical properties of the crystal when it is exposed, for example, to ultraviolet irradiation. A diamond crystal with a diameter of 2 mm and weight to 0.057 carats processed with our technology was placed on an electronic carat scale that measures weight with accuracy to the third decimal place. In our opinion, UV irradiation can most effectively interact with the diamond’s generated energy structure at the atomic nucleus level. We used a 390 nm wavelength LED as an emitter embedded in an ordinary pen.
Fig.5 shows the indications of the carat scales before the experiment (a) and during the irradiation (b) of the diamond crystal with UV light for 30–40 seconds. The experiment showed that in the process of interaction between the crystal and the UV light, the diamond’s weight manifests some periodic fluctuations towards its reduction. In approximately 40 seconds, the value of these fluctuating readings gradually reduces to 0.050 carats and then this figure remains almost unchanged. The diamond becomes lighter by 12.3%.
The unique small distance between the atoms of carbon in the diamond structure (0.154 nm), close to the dimensions of the atom itself, which ensures the diamond’s phenomenal hardness, conductivity, etc., may also contribute to the extremely efficient mechanical interaction between the vortex flows of elastic deformation energy and the interatomic quantum environment. The homogenous structure, i.e. the equality of distances between atoms and the size of the atom, ensures the effective contact between these two inherently incommensurable quantum spaces. This interaction may affect the readings of the electronic carat scales.
Upon termination of the UV irradiation, the diamond weight returns to its initial value (0.057 carats) with small fluctuations in 10–15 seconds. The experiment was reproduced several times with the same results in all the cases. This effect was not observed with ordinary diamond crystals that have not been subjected to our quantum wave treatment (structure transformation). A diamond faceted according to the conventional technology, or a brilliant gem, was remarkably indifferent to UV irradiation.
Measurement of fluctuations
Because the response of the diamond’s superstructure fluctuation energy to UV irradiation is associated with the elastic deformation wave energy of the crystal lattice, the measurement of the magnitude of the diamond surface fluctuations is of special scientific interest. As a measuring tool, we selected INTEGRA Prima atomic force microscope made by the Russian company NT-MDT. We assumed that if the device’s cantilever is placed on top of the diamond crystal and the AFM is turned on in the oscilloscope mode, then the energy fluctuations (mechanical vibrations) of the crystal surface under UV irradiation will cause deflections in the cantilever, and will be displayed on the computer screen.
During the experiment, the base of the crystal was fixed to the AFM holder with double-sided scotch tape. The microscope cantilever was placed on top of the crystal pyramid. The pen with a 3–4 mW UV LED was fixed to a special beam and driven to the side facet of the diamond at a distance of 7 to 10 mm. In about 422 seconds after the UV irradiation of the diamond surface started, the display showed coherent mechanical vibrations of the crystal vertex (fig.6). The vibration frequency was about 45.4 Hz and the amplitude was 16.0 nm.
The periodic frequency change in the amplitude of the signal with a 100 Hz frequency shown on the chart is an instrument related factor and is associated with a preset discretization frequency used to digitize the signal by the controlling computer. The experiment showed that the wave environment appearing in the diamond, which creates a stable superstructure of energy fluctuations, is able to respond actively during the UV irradiation of the crystal to such perturbations by generating coherent acoustic vibrations.
to new knowledge
Now it can be stated that the ancient Hindu belief in the healing properties of a vibrating diamond was very well grounded. Interacting with the wave energy of a human, the natural diamond might respond with vibrations in the structure at the atomic level, which has no electromagnetic component. These atomic coherent vibrations, in turn, allow the crystal to interact with unusual quantum interatomic environment and activate joint energy processes, which may effectively supplement or correct the wave energy of a human. This effect may be good for the human health, be therapeutic, i.e. influencing the energy "faults" in the human body at the atomic, molecular, or cellular level, and normalize (improve) the human immune system and overall energy condition even in very serious diseases  (fig.7).
From this perspective, the need to preserve the original natural shape of diamond crystals appears quite normal, because it is optimal and most productive in the process of interaction between three incommensurate quantum spaces, which is humans, diamonds and interatomic quantum environment. Ancient Indians seem to have known this need very well.
Our research on the development of a new method of quantum-wave treatment of the diamond has slightly raised the incomprehensible and mysterious curtain that hides the unknown, inexhaustible and puzzling properties of this amazing crystal. We are aware that it will take people ages before they fully reveal the mystery of the crystal diamond. With each new discovery, we can see untrodden paths to brand new and extraordinary knowledge. To walk these paths, the researcher will need tremendous internal energy, which people know as "Love". Only then, the superpowers, which have put a natural diamond under a taboo, will be able to remove the veil of mystery, because this language of human colossal inner energy is familiar to them.