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  • Shane D.

    In the end, none of us could enable the "guest" voting on the existing best sceince poll. Barty may be able to, but he has not shown up for some time. Probably too late to bother once he gets back. Sorry.

  • Gruber

    He's probably having vacations ;)

  • magicsound

    Happy New Year andbest wishes to all my friends and collaborators here at L-F. I survived 10 daysof family visits with renewed passion for the cmparative simplicity of experimental physics.

  • magicsound

    And clearly Santa didn't bring me the new keyboard I needed!

  • bang99

    So, you have been a bad boy! :-)

  • bang99

    The winter solstice went fine for me :-)

  • Shane D.

    Even Barty could not do it. The software does not allow guests to vote at all. Apologies to any CFN readers, Twitter feed, who came here hoping to vote as a guest. We will probably do the polling again next year, and maybe by then you will have become members with ability to cast a vote.

  • Alan Smith

    Can they not vote on a poll in the guest forum?

  • barty

    Nope

  • Alan Smith

    :-(

  • Gruber

    What about an iframe for letting guests vote?

  • Gruber

    barty

  • barty

    Gruber guess this will not change anything.

  • Promethian

    Hype kills.

  • Shane D.

    Polling I assume? Hype is bad...only if from the Mods. And I take responsibility for doing just that. Felt I had to, to stimulate interest for the first LENR "best of" poll ever. Next year, I won't do that. We will put it out, and let you members decide without commentary from me.

  • Promethian

    No, not the polling; but, the hype Rossi is trying to create. I have nothing against the guy, just think that he is lucky to known certain people who made "his" invention or idea profitable.

  • Promethian

    Anyone else would have open-sourced the idea and would have made friends and contacts with important people from around the globe, along with a Noble Peace prize. Is money really worth more than that?

  • Promethian

    As Keynes said, "In the long run we're all dead." But, let's at least not be shortsighted about our ambitions and goals that is.

  • Alan Smith

    As Keynes said, "In the long run we're all dead." - one of the few predictions an economist ever got 100% correct.

  • Alan Smith

    And Biology wasn't even his field.

  • RobertBryant

    Keynes'' preamble.... "The. LONG RUN is a misleading guide to current affairs" is still alive.. occasionally

  • Promethian

    What makes Rossi tick?

  • Alan Smith

    Rossi is picaresque in the extreme.

  • rubycarat

    I'm back! 14 posts. Bye!

  • Alan Smith

    bfn rfuby

  • Alan Smith

    oops!

  • rubycarat

    Holy cow! 19 posts!

  • Shane D.

    Welcome to the addiction Ruby! We have a reat format for conversation, and a great tool for getting the LENR word out. Looking forward to your 20th, 21st....and on and on.

  • RobertBryant

    addiction is when posts are made at 2.00 am in the morning , CET,, from CET

  • Promethian

    The golden years of humanity are just ahead of us. We are a lucky generation to be at the precipice of amazing events in the history of humanity.

  • PhysicsForDummies

    RobertBryant by CET do you mean SETI? Is Ruby an alien,

  • RobertBryant

    CET-Central European Time ..as in Roma .. Ruby is a jewel worth more than Ruby

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    A visit to Alexander Shishkin's 'LENR-Ru' lab - courtesy Bob Greenyer.
  • axil

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  • interested observer

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    “If not, and it is eventually found out he is a total fraud and had nothing, it will be something future historians will have to figure out.”

    The Rossi saga is virtually invisible to the world at large. The total number of people who give a crap about…
  • PhysicsForDummies

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    Actually I think Rossi is unique in that each of his demos has gotten increasingly meaningless. I am almost expecting this one to clearly show him manipulating switches during a new fudged 1 ohm resistor test, and…
  • Shane D.

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    Rossi does not have to try hard to be
    convincing .He knows he has the goods.I can feel it in the AIR.
  • sam12

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    Rossi does not have to try hard to be
    convincing .He knows he has the goods.I can feel it in the AIR.
  • sam12

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    Rossi said he was shaking when he
    tested the E-Cat SK at a private lab.
    I wonder what the two employees
    of the lab that where at the test thought.Probably still amazed.
  • sam12

    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    New Atom-Ecology cold fusion reactor being machined in stainless steel with a thin gamma window. This new series of reactors provides for simultaneous heat, helium, and lovely gamma measurements. There is almost nothing I don't do with my trusty Swiss…
  • sam12

    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Many thanks to Wytennbach for volunteering his time yet again. He has spent many hours in the Essex lab, and travel time to get there, to sort out data, and answer to his theoretical counterparts. As I suspect, experiment/theory are still matching up.…
  • Alan Smith

    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Many thanks to Wytennbach for volunteering his time yet again. He has spent many hours in the Essex lab, and travel time to get there, to sort out data, and answer to his theoretical counterparts. As I suspect, experiment/theory are still matching up.…