How do you convince a skeptic?

  • Meanwhile, the six Nature recent authors are tools of hot fusion conspiracists/conspirators, right? Or, like me, they read nothing and understand nothing, right? Meanwhile, I am sure this quote, "Motivated by the possibility that such judgement might have been premature, we embarked on a multi-institution programme to re-evaluate cold fusion to a high standard of scientific rigour. Here we describe our efforts, which have yet to yield any evidence of such an effect. " is to you ignorant nonsense. Or you have excuses.


    And this forum string attends to claims for space aliens. LOL.


    Don't LOL too hard. We have some new forum members with IP addresses from other parts of the galaxy. Shows how good LF has become...they travel light years to get here, and first thing they do is sign in for the latest LENR gosip. Then they go shadow Naval battle groups, and mess around with them.

  • Well, always keen to give the impression he actually reads things, it’s would seem that seven_of_twunty managed to make it through the seven-line abstract at least. No doubt his eyes glazed over shortly after those first few sentences, so he missed the bit about detecting neutrons.


    Although some others argue that he is incapable of understanding such technicalities, surely Google (and heaven forbid, some more reading) could be his friend here.


    But overall, some positive, if small, steps towards reading a whole paper... A big improvement - Well done!

  • A big improvement - Well done!


    SOT's usual cynicism about Godes or other LENR researchers does not seem to extend to


    "Motivated by the possibility that such judgement might have been premature, we embarked on a multi-institution programme to re-evaluate cold fusion to a high standard of scientific rigour. Here we describe our efforts, which have yet to yield any evidence of such an effect.