As the LF activity seems to be too lazy,
Alan Smith gave me this good idea to start a new thread:
Anthropocene Institute have invented yet another acronym for cold fusion...
The case for Solid-State Atomic & Fusion Energy (S-SAFE)
Richard Feynman was right. There is plenty room at the bottom and the quantum revolution has only begun. From transistors to superconducting materials, scientists have only begun to understand the behavior of matter at the nanometer level where quantum effects dominate. Can these properties be used to enable Solid-State Atomic & Fusion Energy (S-SAFE), a phenomena that is also referred to as cold fusion or low energy nuclear reactions (LENR)?
Scientists from the US, EU, Japan, India, and China have independently observed the production of excess heat when nano-materials, made of metallic composites, react with hydrogen isotopes and controlled heat. While a consistent theory to explain this phenomenon has yet to be proposed, the coherent or collective effects at the quantum level are thought enable reaction pathways that are not explained with classical mechanics.
Well, at the beginning the founder's fathers proposed " Cold Fusion" because probably they used the electrolysis way to trigger some nuclear reactions.
Next as all have seen some transmutation products were currently seen.
In this way, talking about MeV events should not be linked with a "cold " way , anymore.
Biberian proposed "Cryofusion" however when i asked him , he wasn't capable to give me an explanation only that Cryo will be colder than" Cold".
One more mean to stay on head, again, probably.
If i remember correctly, the LENR acronym appeared during Widom Larsen time.
It meant low energy nuclear reaction, we well know.
However low energy of what ? Low energy as xsh or to trigger the reaction ?
As some successful experiments were initiated only by heat, we could consider that ignition energy should be low.
Now is it really right ?
If we consider the Hagelstein hypothesis, a lot eV fractions could be added together to reach a KeV threshold point.
In this way this behavior could be called "low" ?
This hypothesis way is talking finally about simply a classic nuclear way triggered by a kind of resonance, as expected Hagelstein.
At other side, Jacques Ruer expect a real quantum involvement, so an acronym with "quantum "could be relevant according to himandin relation with this post shared by Alan Smith
This topic interested me since a while, so i ready to read another comments.
For example to close these lines the Wyttenbach 4D donuts should they be considered as cold or not ?