A group of students played with a Nickel ball heated up to 900°C. They let it fall on different objects made of material used in every day life.
Sugar, fat, WATER, etc.
They recorded what happened after they let the nickel ball fall down on the objects on a channel on YouTube with the name: Carsandwater.
Chemists were asked about the reactions that are seen but they say, that since the ball is so hot there are too many possibilities for chemical reactions to occur so they cannot say which one is responsible..
The thing is:
Why did they use ESPECIALLY Nickel? Why not any other material?
Well, the answer is: They indeed tried other metals as a ball but none of them yielded the same reaction.
Interesting coincidence hm?
My hypothesis: We do not need the complicated setup used by Rossi and Parkhomov and also not the high pressure hydrogen atmosphere to prove LENR!
I bet 10 €: If you heat such a Nickel ball to 900°C and you let a couple of water drops fall on it. You will be able to measure all sorts of elements generated around it as predicted by the Widom Larsen theory.