There is only one word for this: EXASPERATING - its irrelevant whether a different heater was used because its input power was accurately measured. TM and JR are both very experienced in making these measurements so would be very unlikely to make such simple errors. Maybe consider novel CF theories instead of wasting time on this? Like Parkhomov's new theory that low energy neutrinos/antineutrinos are involved in low temp D fusion reactions.
Thanks to Bob Greenyer for bringing attention to a new paper published by Alexander Parkhomov in the Journal of Unconventional Science titled “LENR as a Manifestation of Weak Interactions”.
The article is in Russian here: http://www.unconv-science.org/pdf/23/parkhomov1.pdf
Bob has published a rough English translation here: https://drive.google.com/open?…LhiJBBdPbhagQQSWLkmazzJLz
Here is the English translated abstract:
The small neutrino (antineutrino) mass makes it possible to generate them intensively as a result of collisions of particles of matter during thermal motion. The resulting neutrinos (antineutrinos) have an energy of about 0.1 eV. With such an energy, the De Broglie wavelength is about 5 microns. This means that a huge number of atoms are involved in nuclear weak interactions, which makes the effects of nuclear transformations involving neutrinos (anti-neutrinoes) really observable. Considering the thermal generation of neutrinos as the basis for nuclear transformations in the LENR process allows us to explain a number of features of this phenomenon.