You mean you don't believe your own paper with Mizuno?
I mean that you made that suggestion for many years when it was impossible. When no one could have done what you suggest, except Toyota, who decided not to do it for political reasons. Now that it might be possible, you seem to be taking credit for it. You are acting as if we could have done it all along, and it just never occurred to us. Also, you seem to have the notion that Mizuno might have skipped the 12 W reactions and gone right to the 100 W ones. Do you think he has a time machine?
Or are you saying it's not a spectacularly impressive and irrefutable demonstration if it's true?
No more than Miles, McKubre, Fleischmann or Storms. But that is something you will never understand. Apparently, you do not grasp the concept of signal to noise ratios, and you do not understand the history of science, or the fact that the 1-W Chicago Pile 1 test was as impressive and convincing as the first atomic bomb explosion. The bomb was more impressive in some ways of course, but as a scientific demonstration it was no more or less convincing or important than the explosion, and the explosion could never have occurred without the small scale test of controlled fission.