India back in the LENR game

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    http://www.thehindu.com/news/n…usion/article23282443.ece


    Looks like 29 year LENR veteran Dr. Srinivasan's hard work has paid off in getting his country back in the LENR game. This excerpt sounds promising, especially the part about "irrefutable evidence of new elements and isotopes":


    “The first 30-40 experiments were about perfecting the equipment and the process. We observed power spikes in our 80th and 90th experiments in August and October 2016,” says Shree Varaprasad, a researcher there. “We feel that since the reaction seems to be a surface phenomenon, cleaning all the micro-crevices on nickel’s surface to a high degree may be the key to repeatability,” he adds.


    “In our electrolysis experiments, we have found irrefutable evidence of new elements and isotopes forming that can happen only through nuclear reactions. But heat measurements are tough to verify and peers will deny their veracity,” says Professor K. P. Rajeev of IIT-Kanpur.

  • Cold nuclear synthesis exists in the nature, it is necessary to study it. I am a geologist and I study LENR in nature. LENR can't consider as thermonuclear synthesis, this other phenomenon and receiving heat for rotation of the electric generator not the correct way is a nonsense! LENR should connect with rotation of plasma like a fireball. Mother Earth is so arranged, look at a subject searching - model of the planet is and there is a process of cold nuclear synthesis! Steam - warm has no future in an energy drink! I was in India on ICCF-16, I know scientists of India, made the report there.

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

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    great news!

    note :


    “The first 30-40 experiments were about perfecting the equipment and the process. We observed power spikes in our 80th and 90th experiments in August and October 2016,” says Shree Varaprasad, a researcher there. “We feel that since the reaction seems to be a surface phenomenon, cleaning all the micro-crevices on nickel’s surface to a high degree may be the key to repeatability,” he adds.

    “In our electrolysis experiments, we have found irrefutable evidence of new elements and isotopes forming that can happen only through nuclear reactions. But heat measurements are tough to verify and peers will deny their veracity,” says Professor K. P. Rajeev of IIT-Kanpur.

  • great news!

    note :


    “The first 30-40 experiments were about perfecting the equipment and the process. We observed power spikes in our 80th and 90th experiments in August and October 2016,” says Shree Varaprasad, a researcher there. “We feel that since the reaction seems to be a surface phenomenon, cleaning all the micro-crevices on nickel’s surface to a high degree may be the key to repeatability,” he adds.

    “In our electrolysis experiments, we have found irrefutable evidence of new elements and isotopes forming that can happen only through nuclear reactions. But heat measurements are tough to verify and peers will deny their veracity,” says Professor K. P. Rajeev of IIT-Kanpur.


    I'd caution that what seems irrefutable evidence of new elements and isotopes is often refuted by specialists in the relevant techniques for trace isotopic analysis, because those less expert often over-interpret results, or neglect to document protocols that rule out contamination. Like much of experimental science getting it right requires skill and experience. I would not assume these guys have that expertise. And i'm not competent myself to determine from their paper whether they are expert, unless there are very obvious mistakes.

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    Yes, it need confirmation, but it means they work on it.


    The hint about "clearing all micro-crevices" is interesting, even it is look oppostite to nanocrack theory. in fact Storms explain well that you need to avoid big cracks in Pd...