Wow, the clip doesn't say anything. Like the boys of blp playing with firecrackers....
Ruby did a great job translating SERGEIs article in Regnum
The titanium reactor work achieved with minimal funding is wonderful
He posted a question about the decay increased gamma radiation in the lab,
What could the approximate halfllife of 13 days be due to?
Perhaps there is some contribution from Vanadium 48 formed from Ti48 during reactor startup.
V48 decay Halflife 15.98 days to titanium-48 ......Emissions Positron: 694 keV Gamma: 1,312 keV
Maybe a look at the gamma spectrum could shed further light.
Maybe Sergei has done this already..or is doing it now.
I look forward to that interview.
I think she will interview Sergei soon.
Yes she will, and has already provided the staff a list of questions for feedback. I will say that, from what I read she clearly did her homework, and asked some of the more scientific based questions (I think she is studied in Physics?) I have seen to date. So when Sergei answers, I think we are in for a treat. He selected his own translator as I understand.
studied quite a bit from odd sources back in the day
This might have some relevance to heated and stressed titanium deuteride squeezed with excess deuterium in Sergei's reactor
It may be possible that not only trace quantities of V48 with a 16 day halflife of but also of shorter lived Scandium isotopes( 1.8 -3.3 d) are formed..
But tallying up concentrations and emissions with the overall 13 day halflife will take lots of finance. Another possiblity is that the decay is non exponential.. as suggested by Yu/Hagelsteins's Co57/Fe 57 2018 findings.
a list of questions
Ruby said she might get time to answer a question about patent pending.. has the log drawn out patent process affected financing?
7 years with the gnomes in the EU patent office is too long .. IMHO...
Why was it so much quicker with the Russian patent office?
like trying to recreate the insect from it's dropping, the complexity of the beast is interesting to study
I don't know where--FRIENDLY FIRE.
After some internal debate, the LF Staff, and owner feel it better reflects our consensus opinion, to move any further discussion pertaining to Synthestech to:
Caveat Emptor (LENR investors beware)
Thank you Gennadiy for keeping us informed.
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Finally! If you speak Russian, you are in luck!
Listen to Sergei Tcvetkov speak Russian and Natalya Famina translate to English on the Podcast page:
Attached is both the Russian and English transcription kindly made by Sergei that responds to my questions.
Here is the article posted up that utilized the transcription, but modified for reading.
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So they decided Swiss Alps instead of Tibet. Interesting. New chapter in self medication.