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  • A direct download link for anybody wanting to save a copy:


    https:// <*> seed163.bitchute.com/y55ALqE79m5o/JeayYvGaOoIL.mp4


    The forum software automatically wraps tags around, and embeds, the movie, so just remove the <*> to get the file.

  • Martin Fleischmann pointed out that their calorimetric technique was devised by J. P. Joule. I found the paper in which Joule first published the technique. He used it to discover Joule's law, P = I^2R, and he used it to measure the heat from electrolysis. The title is:


    "On the Heat evolved by Metallic Conductors of Electricity, and in the Cells of a Battery during Electrolysis". Philosophical Magazine. 19 (124): 260. 1841.


    https://books.google.com/books…PA260#v=onepage&q&f=false


    The paper is attached, here: Joule, J P On the heat evolved by Metallic.pdf


    The full title of the magazine was The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science.


    Incidentally, the paper before Joule's was, "On a remarkable Bar of Sandstone off Pernambuco, on the Coast of Brazil." By C. Darwin, Esq., M.A., F.R. & G.S. So Joule was in good company.



    I like the comment on p. 276:


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    "73. I am aware that there are some anomalous conditions of the current which seem to militate against the general law (68.), particularly when in the hands of Peltier it actually produces cold. I have little doubt, however, that the explanations of these will be ultimately found in actions of a secondary character."


    In other words, "it doesn't quite work, but let's worry about that later." Good attitude!


    Joule's collected works are here:


    https://archive.org/stream/scientificpapers01joul#mode/2up

  • https://mizunotech.com/index.html

    We currently lead the field in excess heat production. We now have safe, controllable, nearly unlimited heat production.

    Output power is exponentially related to operating temperature. Even rudimentary small devices can output 10-15kW of thermal energy which can be converted to steam or to spin super-critical CO2 turbines for producing combined heat and power (CHP) for homes and factories.

    With just simple engineering and using semiconductor mass production technology we can produce large quantities of heat.

  • https://mizunotech.com/index.html

    We currently lead the field in excess heat production. We now have safe, controllable, nearly unlimited heat production.

    Output power is exponentially related to operating temperature. Even rudimentary small devices can output 10-15kW of thermal energy which can be converted to steam or to spin super-critical CO2 turbines for producing combined heat and power (CHP) for homes and factories.

    With just simple engineering and using semiconductor mass production technology we can produce large quantities of heat.


    Looks like Mizuno found some funding and young enthousiasts.

  • Annonce du colloque RNBE 2020

    02/06/2020

    La Société Française de la Science Nucléaire dans la Matière Condensée (SFSNMC) organise tous les 2 ans un colloque baptisé Réactions Nucléaires à Basse Énergie (RNBE).

    Les précédentes réunions se sont tenues à Avignon en 2016 et Paris en 2018.

    Nous avons le plaisir de vous informer que le colloque RNBE 2020 aura lieu :

    Samedi 21 novembre 2020

    253 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin - PARIS (10ème)

    Cette annonce marque la conclusion de l’enquête effectuée il y a quelques mois.

    Vous pouvez dès à présent réserver cette date dans vos agendas.


    Announcement of the RNBE 2020 conference

    06/02/2020

    The French Society of Nuclear Science in Condensed Matter (SFSNMC) organizes every 2 years a conference called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (RNBE).

    The previous meetings were held in Avignon in 2016 and Paris in 2018.

    We are pleased to inform you that the RNBE 2020 conference will take place:

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

    253 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin - PARIS (10th)

    This announcement marks the conclusion of the investigation carried out a few months ago.

    You can now reserve this date in your calendar


    Lettre N°17 - RNBE2020.pdf

  • Are we witnessing something strange?


    I will lean on manifestations of patterns and forces already seen, applied where we haven't looked properly before. There always was a halfway step between the outer electrons (through denser and/or collectively mediated links) and the shuffling of nuclei. There is no new cosmic force, just revived human understanding and application of the truest pressing principals. Just applied to using potential inside the well instead... most of an atom internally is "empty space". Like a layered electromagnetic flywheel of picoscale proportions.

  • I will lean on manifestations of patterns and forces already seen, applied where we haven't looked properly before. There always was a halfway step between the outer electrons (through denser and/or collectively mediated links) and the shuffling of nuclei.


    The 10 outer Nickel electrons can act collectively what gives a total electrical potential of about 1020eV this is a very good match with the p-p bond found in (D*-D*) and also in H*-H* clusters. This means that nickel can resonantly absorb the energy produced by the forming dense Hydrogen.


    Larger clusters of D*/H* can resonantly take over again the energy of the next levels on the way to e.g. D*-D* --> 4-He or Ni+D fusion. The problem with such surface reactions is their limited duration as Nickel only on the surface can store (theoretically) up to 10 Hydrogen atoms. Such a violent reaction will ultimately blow of the outer layer.


    A better solution would be to coat palladium with Nickel (not the other way round as Mizuno does and then high H/D load Pd that then continuously feeds the Nickel surface.


    It's time that people start to understand the real physics behind LENR and not waste their time with EVO's or strange radiation patterns fairy tales.


    We already two years ago predicted from the SO(4) physics model that a high rate of X-rays must come out of such reactions. So no mystery just missing knowledge.

  • A better solution would be to coat palladium with Nickel (not the other way round as Mizuno does and then high H/D load Pd that then continuously feeds the nickel surface

    Would a carrier material (ceramic tube or sintered stainless steel) coated with Multiple layers Pd ( inner layer) Ni (outer layer) be an idea for a concrete setup? Inside tupe D/H feed, Ni surface heat transfer. Where would the reaction take place?


    PDF: DIFFUSION PROPERTIES OF SELECTED METALLS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE H2 SPLITTING ( in German)


    Refer to page 41, picture 2-21

  • Though metal particles/vapor suspended in a hydrogen plasma has higher reactive surface area! So intentional anode sputtering could be a part of design. Also would it make sense to prefer a system optimized to work within this atomic middle ground? Simplifies things and it's more flexable when you keep cores intact but closer. A substancial portion of the He4 measurements could be *H2+*H2 or *D2.