FP's experiments discussion

  • Actually, I meant that I find almost impossible that in a group, made by 2 world-class electrochemists and about twelve co-workers, no one was able to detect the blatant errors contained in the 1992 paper.

    Add to that hundreds of other electrochemists and chemists who read the paper and say it is correct. You find it almost impossible to believe that all these people failed to find the blatant error. So, apparently you conclude that they found it, but they are part of a giant conspiracy to pretend the paper is valid. Either that, or you conclude that the creme de la creme of 20th century electrochemists could not do elementary chemistry.

    Have you considered the possibility that you are wrong, and there is no error?