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  • Something I look for in systems where temperature-dependent excess heat generation is claimed, is one or more inflection points in the heating curve. These appear because, as the temperature climbs into the range that the LENR reaction is claimed to operate, the extra heat evolved should locally raise the temperature of the mesh which should then creates even more excess heat. This is a positive feedback cycle which will suddenly kick up the temperature. An upward inflection should also be seen in the output power as well.


    I don't see such an inflection in these data. There are lots of jiggles in the output power trace but they are sudden downward transients followed by a recovery. I think they are oscillatory artefacts of a heated-air system ... like the guttering of a candle.


    I have looked for inflection points before in Mizuno's data and never seen a clear indication that such events characterize his system. In the early data there were occasional large inflections and transients, but such things are also seen in the controls. Over the past several years, however, as Mizuno has been perfecting his calorimetric apparatus, he has achieved more and more control over his system and such transients have disappeared in both the controls and the active runs. It now becomes clear that the upward inflections in the heating curve that I take to be indicators of the presence of temperature-dependent excess heat evolution are missing.


    There should also be downward inflections in the cooling phase of temperature or power time courses. This would be due to the positive feedback mechanism breaking apart as temperatures decline into a range where the LENR mechanism is not so active. It would be interesting to see cooling curves from Mizuno's system.

  • 私はこれ以上の入力データを持っていません。


    [Google translate 'I don't have multiple input data' Alan.]

    I think it means "I do not have [calibration] data for higher input power than this."


    When I Google translated this, it came out "I don't have any more input data," but he has lots more data, so that's probably not what it means.


    There is slight ambiguity because of the word "ijou" (以上) means "greater than or equal to" or "all there is" ("end of message," "period," "full set"). Come to think of it, the two meanings are somewhat opposite. I never noticed that. It depends on whether ijou modifies "input" or "input data."

  • I have looked for inflection points before in Mizuno's data and never seen a clear indication that such events characterize his system.

    I have also looked for that, and not seen it. It worries me, as I have said before.

    In the early data there were occasional large inflections and transients, but such things are also seen in the controls.

    I don't recall seeing that in the controls.

  • Soon after Rothwell and Mizuno posted descriptions of a system said to generate excess heat, a number of individuals and groups began independent replications. This thread, begun just under a year and a half ago, has recorded some of the replication efforts. The best described of the Mizuno analogue constructed by magicsound. His periodically updated reports, beginning in February 2020, are available here MFMP - Mizuno Analogue .


    Over time, Magicsound has tracked down and corrected a number of hardware and procedural problems in his syste,m, gradually understanding its capabilities and limitations. He has not, however, seen anything convincing in the way of excess heat or radiation.


    My questions now are the following ... where do these so-far negative results fit into the overall picture? Do we say now that this is a case where replication has failed? Or, if more time and effort is needed before regarding this as evidence against Rothwell and Mizuno? How much more time and effort is needed?


    Supposedly other groups have seen excess heat in their replications. But it is my understanding that these reports are little better than rumours with almost no detail. Maybe I am wrong. Perhaps someone can point me to something concrete. It should disturb everyone if it is true that the most carefully and openly described replication (Magicsound's) is so far negative and that the supposedly successful ones are left as vague claims.

  • I am not disturbed at all, since mizunotadahiko is taking his work to a commercial stage, It’s expected things go rather silent. It is indeed disappointing for those who are left outside, but not disturbing.


    I hope we eventually are given more information, and I also hope some of the analog experiments give positive results, but true replications haven’t been performed AFAIK.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Supposedly other groups have seen excess heat in their replications. But it is my understanding that these reports are little better than rumours with almost no detail. Maybe I am wrong. Perhaps someone can point me to something concrete. It should disturb everyone if it is true that the most carefully and openly described replication (Magicsound's) is so far negative and that the supposedly successful ones are left as vague claims.

    The Hokkaido replication circa Dec 2019 stuff looked pretty good. The power vs time plot just recently brought to us by mizunotadahiko is very similar in style.*


    *Maybe it’s just vanilla Excel style 🤔