You're welcome. The field of condensed matter nuclear science is maturing along predictive lines. Fleischman, received the Palladium Medal re the birth of Plasmonics with Raman scattering, the MRI and all that. Harold Aspden realized thermal frequencies (see jittering), harmonics along specific gradients as key to efficient thermovoltaics between different metallic plates/films; considered the father of advanced thermovoltaic tech he was granted an early (the first?) cold fusion patent. Josephson and his Junctions, Nobel cold fusion considerations. Schwinger also lent insight, guiding clues to where advanced LENR pathways find us now. Thirty years of disparate research converges in Eureka moments with a big hearty round of applause for everyone (too many to mention here) who has contributed. Nano Physics, Plasmonics, Metamaterial science and the mature semiconductor field joining the art of CMNS was easy to predict. Yes, CMNS energy tech is emergent along many fronts. As Dennis Bushnell asserts, this is not a narrow bandset of physical phenomenon, many candidate materials and various excitation methods... Complex... Yes.
So much to learn. I love following the art of this science, as it grows and unfolds, with eyes wide open. I guess I am an interested observer as well. My opinion... The most advanced emergent CMNS energy tech is US developed. It preceeds, matches and surpasses other claims.
We shall see... No?
I don't get it either Mr Goble. What does this have to do with Rossi?
I'm sure Rossi wouldn't understand a single word of what you posted, so I probably must be as stupid as Rossi.
But I never claimed to have a overunity device.