The proposal to build a covering of quantum mechanics under the name of hadronic mechanics was submitted by Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli (Curriculum) in the two memoirs [1,2] of April and June, 1978, when a member of the Lyman Laboratory of Physics at Harvard University under DOE support.
The proposal was motivated by increasing environmental problems already fully evident in 1978 and, nowadays, more valid than ever, with the consequential need for basically new clean energies and fuels. In fact, all energies and fuels that could be conceived with Einstein's relativities, quantum mechanics and quantum chemistry, were fully known by the middle of the past century and they all turned out to be environmentally unacceptable, either because of the production of toxic pollutants in the atmosphere, or for the release of radioactive and other toxic waste, or for both.
Prof. Santilli's main argument of the historical memoirs [1,2] is that the disciplines so majestically valid for the atomic structure, particles in accelerators, and numerous other systems, cannot possibly be exact for energy releasing processes because the former theories and the physical systems they were originally intended for are reversible over time, while all energy releasing processes are strictly irreversible. Hence, memoirs [1,2] proposed a Lie-admissible, irreversible generalization of Heisenberg equations for both its infinitesimal and finite forms for open irreversible systems (Ref. , Eqs. (4.15.34), page 746, and Eq. (4.18.11), page 783
admitting the simpler Lie-isotopic version as a particular case for closed-isolated systems (Eqs. (4.15.49, page 752 and memoir )
equations today known as Heisenberg-Santilli Lie-admissible and Lie-isotopic equations. that are at the mathematical and physical foundations of hadronic mechanics.
Prior to Prof. Santilli's studies, for the evident intent of manipulating knowledge for personal gains, academia had the posture that the irreversibility of our macroscopic environment "disappears" (sic!) when the systems are reduced to their elementary constituents, a condition, of course, necessary to adapt nature to Einstein's theories and quantum mechanics. Prof. Santilli showed what is now thought at serious graduate schools in physics, namely, that a macroscopic irreversible systems cannot be consistently decomposed into a finite number of particles all in reversible conditions. Hence, the irreversibility of systems in our environment originates at the ultimate and most elementary level of nature, that of elementary particles, when in condition of deep mutual penetration and overlapping, as in the valence bond, neutron synthesis, and many other systems. In fact, the latter conditions cause the emergence of new forces necessarily of contact, nonlinear, nonlocal, nonpotential, non-hamiltonian type (since all Hamiltonian forces are known to be reversible). As such, Santilli's new interactions can be represented with anything except a Hamiltonian. Prof. Santilli introdued the operators R ≠ S for their representation under open irreversible conditions with particular form R = S = T for closed-isolated conditions. Quantum mechanics emerged from the historical memoirs [1,2] to be valid everywhere, except at mutual distances of particles of the order of 1 F or less, in which the covering hadronic mechanics holds.
Proposal [1,2] was answered by hundreds of mathematicians, physicists and chemists the world over (see the 90 pages long General Bibliography of Hadronic Mechanics in Volume [3A]) resulting in an estimated number of 15,000 pages of printed research, including:
1) Over 1,000 papers published in virtually all scientific journals around the world (Nuovo Cimento, Physical Review, Journal of Physics, Foundation of Physics, Journal of Applied Sciences, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Communications in Theoretical Physics, Journal of Modern Physics, JINR Physics Letters, Rendiconti Circolo Matematico Palermo, Acta Applicandae Mathepaticae, International Journal of Physics, Bulletin of the Calcutta Mathematical Society, Journal of the Moscow Physical Society, Mathematical Methods in Applied Sciences, Hyperfine Interactions, Annals de la Foundation L. de Broglie, Annals Institute I. Cuza, Indian Journal of Mathematics, MIT Annals of Physics, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, Asian Journal of mathematics, (Russian) Journal of Nuclear Physics, etc. etc. - a few vulgarly corrupt physicists with asocial vested interests on old and surpassed Einsteinian theories, have claimed through the years that papers on hadronic mechanics have been solely dealing with "fringe science", solely published in "Santilli's Hadronic Journal", and similar posturing - see, e.g., "hadronic mechanics" in wikipedia and www.scientificethics.org)
2) About 30 post Ph. D. level monographs in mathematics, physics and chemistry published by the most prestigious scientific publishers in the world, including Springer Verlag, Kluwer, Springer, etc. etc.; and
3) Over 60 volumes of proceedings of some 20 international meetings on hadronic mechanics held in three continents.
As a result of this vast collegial effort, hadronic mechanics has today achieved (see Prof. Santilli's five volumes  to be published by the prestigious International Academic Press as part of the ceremonies of the 30th anniversary):
# An absolutely impeccable, new mathematical structure based on Santilli's iso-, geno-, hyper- mathematics for matter and their isoduals for antimatter, which new mathematics is necessary to avoid catastrophic inconsistencies of conventional irreversible formulations (see, e.g., the mathematical memoir  published by the Circolo matematico Palermo in a special issue entire dedicated to Prof. Santilli's new mathematics);
## An impeccable physical structure for the quantitative invariant treatment of irreversible systems, the first in the history of the field (see, e.g., the latest memoir , including the first and only invariant covering of Einstein's relativities for irreversible systems published by the Italian Physical Society)
with experimental verifications in particle physics, nuclear physics, molecular physics, superconductivity, chemistry, astrophysics, and cosmology (see Volume [3D] and vast references therein accumulated over three decades but ignored by a now rapidly decreasing minority of corrupt academicians);
### The achievement of the original DOE mandate following large investments by the private sector: the industrial realizations of new clean energies and fuels simply inconceivable with Einstein's theories, quantum mechanics and quantum chemistry (see, e.g., [6,7] and bast references quoted therein).
#### Profound revisions of the theoretical theologies of the 20-th century. such as the final dismissal for the hypothetical and conjectural quarks to be physical constituents of hadrons due to lack of gravity and a litany of additional inconsistencies (while confirming the purely mathematical role of quarks as purely mathematical representations necessary for the mathematical elaboration of unitary Mendeleev-type classifications of hadrons [3A,3D]), as well as new scientific vistas beyond our imagination at this writing, such as the possible replacement of neutrino conjectures with exchange of energy and other physical characteristics between the ether (as a universal medium with high energy density) and matter, as apparently necessary for a number of event, beginning with the need for stars to have a positive energy output on quantitative grounds beyond the Einsteinian motivated political theologies of the 20-th century physics .
##### The first very rigorous quantitative treatment of problems that cannot be even formulated with Einstein's relativities and quantum mechanics, let alone treated in any scientific way, such as the first and most fundamental nuclear synthesis, that of neutrons as occurring in stars from protons and electrons, in which case the old theories of the 20-th century are inapplicable (rather than violated because not intended for that scope) because of the need of a catastrophic "positive mass defect" (the rest energy of the neutron is 0.78 MeV bigger than the sum of the rest energies of the proton and the electron with no credible energy available for the hypothetical and conjectural neutrino). By comparison, the covering Santilli's isorelativity and the isotopic branch of hadronic mechanics have achieved the first in history, numerically exact and time invariant representation of all characteristics of the neutron in said synthesis, while verifying all conservation laws without any need of multiple unverified and unverifiable
neutrino theologies imposed via vast misunse and abuse of publiuc funds, rather than serious science (the so-called "neutrino experimental verifications" having a multitude of more credible alternative interpretations) , all results achieved via covering, primitive, spacetime symmetries, such as the Poincare'-Santilli isosymmetry and its universal invariance for all possible broadening of the Minkowskian spacetime, including Riemannian, Finslerian, non-Desarguesian and other generalized spacetimes (see Volume [3d} and the quite readable summary review  by the author of this notice).
All interested scholars are welcome to participate in the celebration of the 30-th anniversary of hadronic mechanics by sending in their contributions because, as indicated by Prof. Santilli various times (see, e.g., the concluding statement of memoir ): Any lack of participation in basic advances is a gift of scientific priority to others. In fact, Prof. Santilli and his associates have repeatedly expressed their deepest appreciations to people who opposed the study of hadronic mechanics (www.scientificethics.org) because, rather than achieving their unethical aims, they did indeed delay for decades the much needed scientific process on new energies and fuels via the abuse of their academic institutions, but in the final analyses they merely granted basically new scientific priorities to others. That's all.
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As a necessary condition for consideration, technical papers must be formulated via Santilli's iso-, or geno- or hyper- mathematics for matter and their isoduals for antimatter, beginning most importantly with the formulation on the new iso-, geno-., hyper or isodual numbers. For colleagues not expert in this now vast new field, this condition is mandatory because all structural generalizations of Einsteinian relativity, quantum mechanics and quantum chemistry (namely, generalization that must be nonunitary to exit from the class of unitary equivalence of old theories), have been established to verify the theorems of catastrophic mathematical and physical inconsistencies of noncanonical and nonunitary theories, such as the loss under the time evolution of the base unit and product of fields with consequential catastrophic collapse of the entire mathematical structure, loss of numerical value and observability over time, violation of causality, etc.
Papers dealing with structural, that is, noncanonical or nonunitary generalizations of old theories based on the use of centuries old mathematics will be categorically rejected because catastrophically inconsistent. Papers claiming "new" generalizations of old theories will be ignored since they are due either to author's ignorance of the direct universality of hadronic mechanics, or to attempt a paternity fraud (www.scientificethics.org).
All accepted papers will be published at no cost, PROVIDED that the authors deliver a typeset, camera ready papers in accordance with the format below. Authors should allow at least THREE MONTHS for the review because referee are not paid for their services. In case of solicitation of review for unpaid publications during the three months of review, the submission will be terminated.
EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE AND RESEARCH FUNDS
Physicists who, for their own peril, are scared by new mathematics, should know that any Einsteinian, relativistic, quantum model solely describing point-like abstractions in abstracted reversible conditions, can be easily lifted to the more realistic Santillian, relativistic, hadronic covering representing extended, thus deformable, thus nonspherical particles in irreversible conditions under action-at-a- distance, potential, reversible interactions, plus Santilli's contact, non-Hamiltonian, irreversible interactions as necessary for any credible study of electron valence bonds, the symnthesis of neutron, firstly, and of nucl.ei, secondly, and many other processes.
The lifting of Einsteinian into Santillian formulations can be easily done without any use of advanced mathematics, via the use of two nonunitary transforms for the open irreversible case and one nonunitary transform for the closed case, provided that such transforms are applied to the totality of mathematical and physical quantities and their formulations of the original systems, beginning with the basic unit, numbers, and their product with no exception to avoid a nonsense mixing of of quantum and hadronic mechanics. Invariance under Santilli's time evolutions is then guaranteed, with the consequential bypassing of the theorems of catastrophic inconsistencies of conventional nonunitary models.
The Editors of the Hadronic Journal are available to assist interested colleagues in learning and applying the above lifting. Research funds are available from the Institute for Basic Research for mathematical, theoretical and experimental research by qualified colleagues, but solely and exclusively if devoted to hadronic mechanics in any of its various branches and applications. Colleagues interested in old decrepit theories of the past century are strongly discouraged to contact the IBR and suggested to contact instead orthodox colleges.
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5) the rest of the paper should start from the TOP of page 2 to the end. All figures and their caption should appear BEFORE references.
 R. M. Santilli, On a possible Lie-admissible covering of the Galilei
Relativity for nonconservative and Galilei form-noninvariant systems,
Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, under DOE contract DE-ACO2-80ER-10651.A001, published in the
Hadronic J. 1, 223-423 (l978), with addendum published in the Hadronic Journal 1, 1279-1342 (l978) (this 200 + 63 pages memoir set the lie-isotopic ad Lie-admissible mathematical foundations of hadronic mechanics presented in the adjoining paper ).
 R. M. Santilli, Need for subjecting to an experimental verification the validity
within a hadron of Einstein's Special Relativity and Pauli's Exclusion
Principle, Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, under DOE contract DE-ACO2-80ER-10651.A001, published in the
Hadronic J. Vol. 1, 574-902 (l978) (this 328 pages memoir proposed the construction of hadronic mechanics following the preceding memoir on the needed new mathematics, identifies its basic dynamical equations, the Heisenberg-Santilli Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible equations, and use the preceding studies to identify - for the first time in scientific history - the constituents of mesons with physical particles generally produced free in the spontaneous decays with the lowest mode.
 R. M. Santilli, Hadronic Mathematics, Mechanics and Chemistry, International Academic Press, to be published in 2008 in celebration of the 30-th anniversary of hadronic mechanics, available as free downloads in pdf from Hadronic Mathematics, Mechanics and Chemistry
[3A] Volume I: Limitations of Einstein's Special and General Relativities, Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Chemistry,
[3B] Volume II: Isodual Theory of Antimatter, Antigravity and Spacetime Machines,
[3C] Volume III: Iso-, Geno-, Hyper-Formulations for Matter and Their Isoduals for Antimatter,
[3D] Volume IV: Experimental Verifications, Theoretical Advances and Industrial Applications in Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics,
[3E] Volume V: Experimental Verifications, Theoretical Advances and Industrial Applications in Chemistry.
 P. Vetro, Editor, issue entirely dedicated to Santilli's isotopies of contemporary mathematical structures, Rendiconti Circolo Matematico Palermo, Supplemento Vol. 42 (1996).
 R. M. Santilli, Lie-admissible invariant representation of irreversibility for matter and antimatter at the classical and operator levels,Nuovo Cimento B Vol. 121, p. 443-595 92006) available as free download from
updated and extended version in press at Volume 31, 2008 of the Hadronic Journal.
 R. M. Santilli, The novel "intermediate controlled nuclear fusion" and its possible industrial realization as predicted by hadronic mechanics and chemistry,Journal of Applied Sciences Vol. 4, page 45-92 (2006), available as free download from
updated and extended version in press at Volume 31, 2008 of the Hadronic Journal.
 R. M. Santilli, The New Fuels with Magnecular Structure,
International Academic Press (2008) available as free download from
 J. V. Kadeisvili, The Rutherford-Santilli neutron, preliminary draft available at Rutherford-Santilli neutron, scheduled for publication in Vol. 31, 2008, of the Hadronic Journal in celebration of the 30-th anniversary of hadronic mechanics.
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