Electron-assisted fusion


  • I couldn't directly read it from Researchgate, but a version of the paper on vixra.org got recently linked by Andrea Rossi on his blog and on ECW.


    http://vixra.org/abs/1809.0575

    http://vixra.org/pdf/1809.0575v1.pdf


    http://www.journal-of-nuclear-…cpage=365#comment-1331259

    http://e-catworld.com/2018/10/…energy-nuclear-reactions/

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    his last try to explain included one small boy who dropped his physics degree... IIRC, Carl Oscar Gullstrom.

    ... so what should we think about this new approach ?

  • dropped his physics degree


    Personally, and as an amateur physics afficionado, I find this first paper to be a beautiful exposition (and will eventually read the others). I first became aware of the use dimensionless "natural unit" equations in my 1990s professional training, under the rubric of Henry's Law with respect to "global distillation".


    To "Lobster": What should we think of the role of character assassination in modern science?

  • The limit for classic deep electron orbits is 3.43pm where the stored magnetic energy is equal to the potential gain.


    There is a stable deep magnetic orbit at around 2.15pm as measured by Holmlid. To understand this you need to be able to work in 4D homogeneous space. Further you must model the electron as magnetic flux around the proton.

  • The limit for classic deep electron orbits is 3.43pm where the stored magnetic energy is equal to the potential gain.


    There is a stable deep magnetic orbit at around 2.15pm as measured by Holmlid. To understand this you need to be able to work in 4D homogeneous space. Further you must model the electron as magnetic flux around the proton.

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    where is the source for this ? pm are pico meters ?

  • Personally, and as an amateur physics afficionado, I find this first paper to be a beautiful exposition (and will eventually read the others). I first became aware of the use dimensionless "natural unit" equations in my 1990s professional training, under the rubric of Henry's Law with respect to "global distillation".


    To "Lobster": What should we think of the role of character assassination in modern science?

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    first letter ist a "I" not an "L" .

    ...depends... what we should think. As long, as Rossi does not fall under this category, modern science is performing well...





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    of course... this all happened in times, where some people still believed in myth, ghosts, the devil, etc...


    fortunately these times are over...


    ...and our society is used to "technical process looking like magic"...

    ...and lightbulbs are standard today...

  • The limit for classic deep electron orbits is 3.43pm where the stored magnetic energy is equal to the potential gain.


    There is a stable deep magnetic orbit at around 2.15pm as measured by Holmlid. To understand this you need to be able to work in 4D homogeneous space. Further you must model the electron as magnetic flux around the proton.


    Can these deep orbits be related to the Lipinski's UGC theory in any simple or quantifiable way? Last I looked at the Lipinski's theory, I recall they predict a "window" for low energy proton + Li 7 interaction at ~223 eV based on their Bessel function minima, and their extensive empirical results suggest high cross sections down to 100 eV, but less effective as one moves up, especially above 2 to 3 keV?.

  • Can these deep orbits be related to the Lipinski's UGC theory in any simple or quantifiable way?


    Their experiments did - as expected - show no correlation with their model. Classically deep orbits are (unstable) resonances of the fields. The Lipinski experiments show a very good agreement with the proton magnetic moment quantization, that is needed to explain the first deep magnetic orbit state (as seen and measured by Holmlid).