The study involved 16 volunteers, who discovered that they performed better in memory tests after the procedure. The brain's hippocampus has the ability to process information and link unrelated facts, like remembering yesterday's conversation with a special someone. The researchers used a device to send electromagnetic stimulation to the region right above the hippocampus.
They are now studying memory changes in older people, hoping to begin trials on patients with early dementia. After Extensive, Eight-Month National Search, Montgomery County Community College Names Dr.
The Obama administration has recently approved Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, and Puerto Rico's plans to provide equal access to excellent educators. Great news for student borrowers who have existing Direct Loans for they will be benefited by a new repayment plan that caps monthly federal student loan payments at 10 percent of their discretionary income.
Teachers are feeling left out when it comes to making decisions on integrating education technology in the classroom, according to a new report. Nothing says "welcome to middle age" like age spots: They give your age away at first handshake and seem to multiply in record time. If you're hoping for something that will make your hands look like you dipped them in the fountain of youth, you won't find it in a cream or serum. While they still won't make every dark spot invisible, prescription treatments can lighten spots even better than over-the-counter medications. If you don't think a cream is for you, or aren't seeing the results you want, you might want to consider laser treatment. Although lasers have become much safer over the years, they can carry the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH)—darkening or lightening of the skin, explains Narurkar. The present invention generally relates to laser devices and methods and more specifically to laser devices and methods used in medical imaging, diagnostics and treatment, various industrial applications such as etching, military applications, and is also useful for treatment of nuclear waste and energy production. Laser technology has experienced widespread acceptance and has been put to numerous uses in many aspects of everyday life. With the unlocking of atomic secrets and the advent of nuclear technology, humanity has received many benefits. In accordance with one aspect of the present invention, a laser useful for medical imaging, diagnostics and treatment and associated methods are provided. In accordance with another aspect of the invention, a nuclear decay laser imaging device, suitable for medical imaging and other imaging purposes is provided.
In accordance with another aspect of the present invention, a method for the treatment of nuclear waste composed of a radioactive element is provided.
In accordance with another aspect of the present invention, a method for producing electrical energy from nuclear waste is provided. In one embodiment, at least one type of radioactive material which possesses an angular momentum and magnetic moment is encompassed within a cylindrical magnet, preferably of at least 1 Tesla, wherein the center of the magnet has been removed along the lengthwise axis of the magnet to accommodate placement of the radioactive material within the magnet. Matching the RF pulse to the Larmor frequency of the radioactive nuclei placed in the magnetic field results in absorption of energy by the radioactive nuclei which causes the nuclei to assume a flip angle, which is defined as the degree to which the nucleus tips toward the X-Y plane and is dependent upon the magnitude and duration of the RF pulse. Upon termination of the RF pulse, T1 spin-lattice relaxation of the radioactive nuclei occurs. In accordance with the invention, a laser beam or emission is also produced by rephasing of the nuclei in the X-Y plane to correct for T2 spin-spin relaxation. In order to more clearly describe the production of stream 12, the operation of the device as shown in FIG.
To initiate the production of beam 12 technician 26 prompts the appropriately tuned RF coil 22 to emit an RF pulse P, the frequency of which is matched to the Larmor frequency of the precessing nuclei. Once nuclear vector N has been flipped into the X-Y plane the nuclei spontaneously lose coherence into individual nucleus n’, individual nucleus n", individual nucleus n’" and individual nucleus n"" by T2 or spin-spin relaxation as depicted in FIG.
To restore the coherence of individual nucleus n’, individual nucleus n", individual nucleus n’" and individual nucleus n"" the conventional MRI device of the nuclear decay laser 10 is prompted by either the operator 26 or through automatic programming of the MRI device to apply a 180.degree. It will be understood that the invention is capable of numerous changes, modifications and rearrangements and such changes, modifications and rearrangements are intended to be within the scope of the following claims. Providing the radio frequency pulse with sufficient strength and duration to flip the radioactive nuclei such that relaxation of the radio active nuclei will release energy in the form of heat,electromagnetic radiation and or particles.
Allowing the flipped radioactive nuclei to relax thereby releasing said energy and accelerates the decay of the radioactive nuclei relative to the normal rate of decay of said nuclei.


The method of claim 1 further comprising producing an electric current from the released energy. The method of claim 5 wherein said producing an electric current comprising heating water with the released energy from the radioactive waste.
Means for absorbing the released energy to directly or indirectly produce electric current. The procedure requires using electromagnetic pulses, and scientists are studying whether it could help treat memory disorders. Scientists located this area of the volunteers' brains using detailed scans and determined their baseline memory. The skin-care aisle is full-to-bursting with creams and serums that promise to return your hands to their youthful glow, but most barely touch your ever-darkening spots.
No over-the-counter treatment will make your age spots disappear completely, according to Marina Peredo, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in Manhattan. The serum is natural and gentle, according to Germain, and uses a blend of botanicals to reduce the appearance of dark spots. Since only a small amount is used and the serum absorbs quickly, it won't rinse off every time you wash your hands like some age-spot creams.
In a study of patients using Tri-Luma to treat melasma, which causes brown spots on the face, 38% saw their spots disappear completely. Dermatologists recommend PicoWay, which works on all skin tones of the face, chest, and hands—and can't wash off like a cream. Any laser treatment can cause PIH, especially if you're not careful about staying out of the sun or using sunscreen after treatment. However, through the use of nuclear technology problems have arisen that even advancing technology has been incapable of handling, namely how to deal with the radioactive waste created through the nuclear process. In accordance with another aspect of the present invention, a laser useful for industrial applications such as etching and associated methods are provided. The nuclear decay laser device in accordance with the invention includes at least a radioactive element, a magnetic field source associated with the radioactive element for generating and subjecting the radioactive element to a magnetic field external to the radioactive element. The nuclear decay laser imaging device in accordance with the invention comprises at least one radioactive element, a magnetic field source associated with the radioactive element for generating and subjecting the radioactive element to a magnetic field external to the radioactive element. The method includes the steps of placing the nuclear waste in the magnetic field external to the nuclear waste and subjecting the nuclear waste to a radio-frequency wave tuned to the Larmor frequency of the precessing radioactive nuclei of the nuclear waste. As is typical with conventional MRI devices, the cylindrical magnetic core is surrounded by an outer cryoshield and inner magnetic windings.
9 being focused into a beam, ray or stream B, similar to stream 12, through the use of a focusing element F. 9 being absorbed and transferred to a medium M which is then used to produce energy in another form, such as electricity, by well-known methods. They were shown pictures of different faces while hearing words, and were asked to remember the pairing of faces and words. The results revealed that participants scored better on similar memory tests after the procedure. The year 2016 is another year for high school teachers think of ways to improve professionally. Cucumber and thyme extracts soothe and moisturize skin, while kojic acid (derived from fungi) and arbutin (an extract of the bearberry plant) simultaneously lighten and brighten. Instead of the photothermal waves (electromagnetic radiation in the form of infrared waves) used in older lasers, PicoWay uses ultra-short, picosecond (trillionths of a second) pulses to break down melanin pigment into tiny particles. With fewer treatments and less pain, "patients appreciate the minimal down time and the quickness of the procedure," says Andrew Menkes, MD, a dermatologist and founder of the Menkes Clinic and Surgery Center of Mountain View, CA.
The precessing radioactive nuclei are then subjected to Radio Frequency (RF) pulses tuned to the Larmor frequency of the precessing nuclei which causes the nuclei to flip out of the plane of the external magnetic field vector into the X-Y plane.
Currently, nuclear waste is essentially put into storage until the radioactive waste can be moved to a more proper location or the radioactivity lessens to background levels.
In accordance with another aspect of the present invention, a laser suitable for military applications is provided. The flipped radioactive nuclei are allowed to relax thereby releasing their energy and accelerating the rate of decay of the radioactive nuclei relative to the normal rate of decay of said nuclei. The RF coil is tuned to the Larmor frequency of the radioactive nuclei placed in the magnetic field to produce an RF pulse having a frequency that is matched to the Larmor frequency of the precessing nuclei.


Conventionally, energy production is achieved through the heating of water which, through phase changes and thermal force, drives turbines which, in turn, drive generators to produce electricity. Due to its disruptive characteristics, many scientists have researched potential new forms of treatment for tinnitus for decades.Previous studies have indicated that people with tinnitus have increased activity in the auditory cortex region of the brain compared with people unaffected by the symptom.
A refocusing RF pulse is then applied to the radioactive material which brings all of the magnetic moments of the flipped radioactive nuclei into phase. Similarly, with the intense energy output that lasers provide, there has also been interest in military applications and uses of lasers.
In accordance with still another aspect of the present invention, a treatment system and method for nuclear waste through coordinated, spontaneous accelerated decay of radioactive nuclei is provided. A specimen area is provided for placing matter to be imaged by the released energy and detecting structure is provided for detecting the interaction of the released energy with the matter placed in the specimen area. The stronger the external magnetic field the greater will be the nuclear decay laser pulse. Nuclear vector N is depicted in a three dimensional graphical environment conventionally represented by X, Y and Z axes.
In the preferred embodiment, RF pulse P would be terminated shortly before the application of the 180.degree. Focusing of the beam B may also be provided through other focusing means including electromagnetic or chromatic focusing. Low-frequency rTMS is known to reduce brain activity in targeted regions and, as a result, has been proposed as a potential method of treatment for tinnitus.To test this hypothesis, Robert L. Despite the state of laser technology there is a need for new and improved laser technology. In the first instance, to date there have been few promising ways of safely locking nuclear waste in a form that does not degrade and contaminate the environment.
In accordance with a related aspect of this invention, the release of the nuclear decay laser to produce another form of energy, such as electricity, is provided. Any suitable detection or imaging structure can be utilized, such as X-ray film, a CT scanner or a suitable electronic detecting device, for example.
A structure is provided for absorbing the released energy to directly or indirectly produce electric current. When the initial RF pulse is discontinued, the flipped radioactive nuclei undergo T1 or spin-lattice relaxation which occurs when the radioactive nuclei relax back into phase with the external magnetic field vector during the process of T1 relaxation. Moreover, conventional laser technology, although useful, has proven inefficient, requiring much higher amounts of energy to achieve the laser effect which has often proven impracticable. One technology for the safe storage of nuclear waste is a process called vitrification which essentially locks the waste into glassy medium which is then stored in containers. Loss of coherence of the nuclei in the X-Y plane is effectively prevented by applying the refocusing pulse very shortly after termination of 90.degree. The researchers conducted follow-up assessments after 1, 2, 4, 13 and 26 weeks from the final rTMS treatment session, with tinnitus severity measured using the Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI).Patients receiving active rTMS experienced a 31% reduction in their tinnitus at the 26th week after treatment compared with their tinnitus at the start of the study. The radioactive nuclei undergo accelerated coordinated decay with emission of a laser type pulse of electromagnetic radiation or particles according to the decay scheme of the radioactive nucleus. However, this process is extremely expensive and the long-term stability of such waste is unknown. This treatment may include, but is not limited to radiation therapy, diagnostic purposes, and medical imaging wherein the resultant interaction of the beam 12 with the subject 14 can be detected and imaged by a suitable device, such as through X-ray film, CT scanner or a suitable electronic detecting array, for example. Likewise, although governments have spent billions of dollars in a search for a suitable permanent nuclear waste repository the efforts so far have been fruitless. They intend to expand the trial to address further questions such as whether the improvements to tinnitus last for 12 months or longer, what number of rTMS sessions are optimal and what factors influence whether the treatment is effective or not.Also of interest is whether reducing the intensity of the placebo rTMS will reduce the number of patients who respond to the treatment. Other methods of treating nuclear waste have been proposed but none has proven to be sufficiently cost effective and safe to meet the ever-increasing demand to deal with nuclear waste. In addition, these methods of accelerating nuclear decay can be used to treat unwanted radioactive materials to background radiation levels providing for a way of disposing of unwanted nuclear waste.



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