Edmund Storms reports few Q&A about his theory around exchanges with peter Gluck
- If NAE are nanocracks – why is there a limit for their number/density? What is the limiting factor?
- Are those active cracks special in some way or is it only a problem of size?
- If temperature is a factor, how?
- Will the processes at 70, 400, 800, 12000 C be qualitatively the same, or will be some changes in the mechanism?
- How and why do the NAE resist and survive the nuclear process?
- Piantelli said he had excess heat for months. The Rossi heat effect seems to be OK for 6 months. Why is the duration of the PdD excess heat a problem?
- What do you think and which factors play a role for the claimed greater density of NAE in NiH then in PdD – metallurgy, morphology? Perhaps we have to consider that Pd D works with deuterium and NiH with protium.