Cold nuclear fusion: Why did Google fail?

  • Wahoo one could believe here in a Russian provocation by Sergei but not at all.

    I was able to meet Mat Trevithick the head of Google on this topic, he is really a good person.

    i'm a french so i can say i have understood by rubbing shoulders with all these great scientists involved in CF that all are very highly skilled.

    Unfortunately, almost all only repeat that they understood at school.

    I have discovered that thinking with our own brain is still a rare quality.

    Google team is composed by great profiles for sure hopelessly both basic in mind..

    Its also made the big mistake of referring to the old school thinking it was the royal road to guaranteed results.

  • Its also made the big mistake of referring to the old school thinking it was the royal road to guaranteed results.


    Actually wrong there - most of the 'old school' complained bitterly about the lack of consultation. The only person they engaged with was Ed Storms, to discuss Seebeck calorimeter construction.

  • Actually wrong there - most of the 'old school' complained bitterly about the lack of consultation. The only person they engaged with was Ed Storms, to discuss Seebeck calorimeter construction.

    For the sake of clarity I think Cydonia is referring to the outside of LENR “old school”, meaning classic nuclear physics, where nothing nuclear can happen at low temperatures, pressures or within plasmas.

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

  • Curbina For the sake of clarity, I was referring to all those who spend 80% of their budget on high tech calorimetry and less than 20% on daring experiments :)

    Big budget, in my mind, necessarily means of course both "the most famous LENR experimenters" because it's linked.. :)

    For the sake of clarity I think Cydonia is referring to the outside of LENR “old school”, meaning classic nuclear physics, where nothing nuclear can happen at low temperatures, pressures or within plasmas.

  • Curbina - good point, however my comment is still correct -they didn't ask for any advice directly about LENR from anyone in the CMNS who mentioned it.

    I totally agree with that Alan Smith , I was thinking in what Cydonia usually means, which he just confirmed, he wants more daring stuff. I agree that one needs to do daring stuff, but the results must be also unambiguous.

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

  • yes, that's it, the lack of daring is absolutely distressing, especially concerning the old guard which mainly focused on P&F experience.

    When there is consensus around the necessary stress concerning the palladium cathode, a normal brain would have sticked a small hydraulic cylinder to this cathode in order to see"in live" the effect from a mechanical stress on XSH, this is just an example.

    I totally agree with that Alan Smith , I was thinking in what Cydonia usually means, which he just confirmed, he wants more daring stuff. I agree that one needs to do daring stuff, but the results must be also unambiguous.

  • Yes PhysicsForDummies

    Take care Rossi's camp is back because American magic is already over 8o

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    Perhaps you could set up a "Normal Brain" club over at ECW, because LENR Forum members and legitimate LENR researchers apparently haven't lived up to these normal standards.