Arthur Robey recently remind us some of his writing on Cold Fusion Now.
I reread them and there are really nice and short remarks about the usual critics, that make then looks ridiculous :
This one explain, once again, how LENr convince honest skeptic that make experuments in the lab, and not in the armchair (.
It seems that this experiment is detailed in that postDawn D Dominguez of the Naval Surface Warfare Centre, USA told us how she tried to disprove Drs. Fleischmann and Pons, and failed. In other words she lobbed stones at this little boat and it would not go down. That is the nature of the scientific method. Science can only disprove things, it cannot prove things. So the next time someone tells you that it is scientifically proven, tell them that nothing is. An AK 47 round discharges 2kJ. Run #64 produced a spike of 10kJ, five times that of a 7.62 round. Therefore, the Fleischmann and Pons experiment was not disproved.
Another quote discuss about the usual claims that abnormal explosion aroudn some LENR experiments are simply hydrogen/oxygen explosions... When you apply scientific method (ie: lab test) to critics, the critics dissolve like any pseudo-science.
Biberian described his exploding experience in that paper.Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian turned off one of his experiments and went home for the weekend. When he got in on Monday morning, it had exploded. Critics supposed it was a hydrogen/oxygen explosion so, just like in the Mythbusters, he tried to explode his apparatus by filling a copy up with hydrogen and oxygen and firing it off with a platinum wire.
It went “pop” in a dispirited sort of way.
Nothing, nada. Myth Busted. The explosion was not chemical.
Don’t try this at home kids.
He have published a review of his experiments (alone or cooperating) at ICCF17.