Lately, I have had a recurring dream in which the techniques, loosely speaking, of ancient Japanese swordsmiths inspires LENR experimentation.
Metals and metal hydrides folded and hammered repeatedly. Many folds followed by a lot of hammering (or pressing between rollers).
I realize this may seem simplistic.
A suspicion lingers that mechanical preparation as described above will have a positive effect.
Mizuno rubbed palladium into nickel. How about hammering it in?
Would an advantageous interface ensue?
So, two different scenarios:
1. hammer metal and hydrides
2. hammer prepare metals for a mizuno-like experiment
Yes, I do realize this is at odds with the idea that LENR is a surface effect.