Due to technical issues which JedRothwellexplained, Mizuno could not measure the output in his lab or anyway, that was the claim.
Of course he can measure the output! It is right there in the slides I referred you to:
He cannot see the surface with his SEM because it is still broken from the earthquake. It will take ~$25,000 to fix.
Perhaps someone else independent could have and in so doing, might have placed LENR permanently on the map.
You keep repeating this fantasy. Who is it that would do this? Why would they be convinced by 250 W, but not by 108 W? If you know these people, why don't you ask them to visit Saito, who is much better positioned to demonstrate a 150 W reaction. He has better instruments, a better lab, and access to some best surface analysis machines in the world, at Hokkai PEEN, Inc.
Explain why your imaginary wealthy friends would flock to see a 250 W reaction, yet they will refuse to see a 150 W reaction in a far better equipped lab with a much higher s/n ratio. What sense does that make?
Besides which, you can see from the Hokkai PEEN website photos that they are testing one of the external cells set up to be a room heater. As you have been demanding all this time.
Instead, the most powerful reactor ever made (if the claim is true) was dismantled.
For good reasons. You still have not told us how we might make progress if we never examine the used reactants. Samples have been sent to two top-notch labs for analysis. Why do you think this is a bad idea, and it would better to leave the cell running?
Jed is now touting a 108W excess output over a 215W input and if I got it right, even that works only some of the time.
You make up stuff! I said repeatedly that it has been working for a year or so. Not some of the time; all the time, when it is heated up. It is right there in Slide 8.