ISCMNS: 12th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals 2017 - near Asti, Italy - 5-9 June 2017

  • I do not agree that these conferences are a waste of time and resources. If it was not important, the most trusted, experienced and leading researchers probably wouldn't attend every single one of them. I pretty much doubt Klee Irwin, Carl Page and Tom Darden traveled half across the world for ICCF just because they love eating airplane sandwich.

    In terms of the conference, and specifically because Airbus is involved, I believe many hope to learn from it more about research around Rydberg Matter.

    AlainCo do you know about what will be presented?

  • How / why would that help? Natural lithium is already 92.4% 7Li.

    Lithium 7 is a boson capable of forming a bose condinsate. Lithium 6 is a fermion which prevent the formation of a bose condinsate. By increasing the concentration of Li7, we increase the chance that a bose condinsate will form.

  • Few months ago, i was contacted by a russian team which promised also revolutionary technology !

    @David Fojt : The best thing one can do to convince an investor is to file a patent, that will stay unexplained for years.

    Regarding the patent I can only use my simple logic. If you have a reactor that only runs in a very, very narrow range of (P,T), then it is easy to understand that any energy gain will distroy the "so called" narrow range condition.

    Using higher dimensional math is an other way to confuse an investor. Even I have to struggle with 4 Dimensions (not the separable 3,1..) and using 6 will restrict the number of people that really understand it to a few ones world wide...

    As many might know, three dimensional rotations are a piece of cake, if you use 4 dimensional space, what is heavily used in graphics algorithms. But if somebody introduces 3 time dimensions, then he has misunderstood some basic concepts of math related to physics. As I mentioned long ago. Time is an abstraction of a "continuous physical event", a contradiction in itself. Time can only be use in macroscopic physics, if the synchronization points of the "continuous physical event" are narrow enough.

    In reality even physics simulates time by counting the oscillations of a shell electron e.g. of Cs. Thus real physical time is alway discrete time.

    Conclusion: This guy has first to explain how a wave/electron evolves in three time dimension and what added value such a concept will bring to physics.

    I can only recommend to study Mills ART metric, which is a "timeless" (or uniform timed by c2) 4D metric.

    Did you ask the Russians for a demo?

  • For those interested there is more and more slides published

    Alan Smith will present a poster

    about Risk and how LENR can help...

    I noticed the David French presentation on Patentig LENR

    About theory this presentation by David Nagel try to put things in order

    Interesting too the "analysis of an explosion", useful if you plan to make your lab explode.

    If you love CSI serie, or NTSB documentary, you will love.

    This presentation is an evidence that you need peer-review by various kind of experts before claiming LENR. This is what usual science and engineering benefit of. Ostracization of LENR does not helps. Some safety advices given.

    About "radiation" experiment safety, Bill Collis will make a presentation, which consider many theories

    Jacques Ruer present also how to prevent thermal runaway in LENR reactors

    from his experience in chemical reactors, instructive and colored presentation

    KA Alabin will describes work about wire explosion of tungsten... not totally new, but less popular than PdD electolysis or NiH+Li* gas permeation

    A Klimov have presented his work with heterogeneous plasmoid, not far from exploded wires...

    There are many presentations around NiH.

    The presentation of Takahashi caught my eyes, but is not clear to me without having seen the presentation. Maybe Alan could explain it's meaning

    It seems it could lead to advise on Ni based powder...

    many other presentations...

    follow the program

  • fabrice DAVID Hello! It's good to see you at the forum. Send photos and presentations, tell us what will be interesting there. Good luck.

    Нефть - это кровь планеты, надо сделать модель планеты и мы получим генератор Тарасенко, эта энергия покорит вселенную! :lenr:

  • In JPB report I notice/translate, that interest me most :

    • Itoh who replicated Iwamura (3rd team at least after Takahashi). Praseodyme is again produced according to XPS and SIMS, and author triy to cross check with RBS.
    • Takahashi working with 4 univesities and Nissan, working with Pd/Ni/Cu/ZrO2 have shown excess heat of 3-10W for weeks
    • Alakin have reproduced old tungsten wire explosion (1922) producing He4
    • Dubinko have reprpduced Parkhomov ([email protected]). He observed excess heat with Nd90%/Fe10% + H2 and D2 at 300C
    • Iwamura reproduced Mizuno experiments with Pd Ni nanoparticle produced by plasma discharges. Excess heat greate withH2 than D2. at 300C with 7W heating, excess heat is 83%. Electronic Microscopy show apperance of Si, Na, F and Cd.
    • Tom Claytot (retired of Los Alamos) continue tu work on measuring tritium during discharge with Pd and other metal. He whown excess heat during plasma discharge with Pt, Cu, Ni.
    • Malcom Fowler have shown a new mass spectrometry system to separate He4 from D2, having same mass.

    in fact most is interesting, except maybe the most fringe...

  • Alakin have reproduced old tungsten wire explosion (1922) producing He4
    Dubinko have reprpduced Parkhomov ([email protected]). He observed excess heat with Nd90%/Fe10% + H2 and D2 at 300C

    These two are interesting results. My guess: if these findings are not mistaken, they're the result of the tungsten or neodymium fissioning into smaller daughters through some sort of stimulation in the setup. For me this general category of experiment is the most interesting and most promising in all of LENR research, and I wish more hobbyists would explore it.

  • I feel that the most interesting for funded scientists is to reproduce PdD, in wet then dry cells, with top instruments to control and observe metallurgy, transmutations, and radiations.

    But, yes for hobbyists, or underfunded scientists, those cheaper experiments, provided you work with rigor, can pay more... More risky, as it is less replicated, but this mean more hope to find new phenomenons.

    PdD with shoestring will never teach anything new anymore. Too many shoestring top talented experts have been abused around PdD. They need instruments.

    I concede a slight depressive state.

  • 2nd day summary by JP Biberian


    Dr Mitchell Swarts have translated in English the reports of the two days

    My summary/vision:

    • Iwamura (Tohoku U, cooperating with Technova) have results with nanomaterials, powder with Cu,Ni, and H, (not D). 100g of product produced 2.47MJ.
    • JP Biberian is quite positive on Klimov presentation of his work with plasmoid, COP 2-10 with excess heat above 3kW. Transmutations with K, Li,RZn. Collaboration with Germans for commercialization.
    • Celani presented resulst with his constantan wires, Ni,Cu,Mo (NB: in fact it seems Mn, not Mo?). he observed heat when addinf Fe and K. Need out of equilibrium conditions. COP=2 at 70W heating.
    • David nagel presented how works with electrochemical cells...
    • Jacques Dufour present results (intriguing), with Na and Fe at 1000C. he thinks he transmuted 0.524g over 1.087g Fe into a new element atom incorporating a proton ins the electron cloud (woh!), whose mass is near cobalt.
    • JF geneste present a new concept of physics... (woh).
    • Mitzler and hagelstein of MIT work to produce X-rays with phonons. Not yet X-rays, but anomalies with losses of radioactive cobalt on Fe plate used as resonator... (intriguing).