Post ICCF24 thread.

  • It is interesting to see that Dr. Kim was thinking about Bose condensation way back in 2010. He was a true path breaker in LENR. I remember now how Dr. Kim's work inspired my interest is Bose condensation back in 2011.

  • EGO OUT

    Peter Gluck

    Thursday, June 6, 2013

    A VETERAN’S VOICE


    Interview with Professor YEONG E. KIM

    A VETERAN’S VOICE
    Interview with Professor YEONG E. KIM It is a self-assumed task of this blog(ger) to provide young LENR researchers with the best in...
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    It is a self-assumed task of this blog(ger) to provide young LENR researchers with the best information available regarding the field. Till now they have received mainly technological principles and managerial best practice due to my own limitations, but now I am appealing to a good friend- who is a world class specialist and authority in those branches of physics that are bound


    the very core of LENR, nuclear physics and solid state physics...


    Professor Yeong E. Kim from the Purdue University has generously accepted to help, first with the following interview.

  • Color me confused, Gregory.


    "... bound ________________ the very core of LENR ..." Please fill in the blank.


    Are you saying Dr. Kim will provide ongoing interviews?


    "... first with the following interview." Where is this?

  • Don't remember if Katinski was already shared ?


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    Apologies extended to you, my post needs editing for clarity. The Kim interview I reverence, from 2013, is from esteemed Peter Gluck.

    .. bound ________________ the very core of LENR ..." Please fill in the blank.

    Kim states that the very core of LENR is Nuclear Physics and Solid State Physics.


    Now I look to the related arts of science which fall under the Tree of Nuclear Physics and the Branch of Solid State Physics.


    Nano Fission and Fusion, Nuclear Batteries, Condensed Matter Physics, Metamaterials, Nano Physics and Fabrication, Terra Hertz Tech, Laser Tech, Plasmonics and Self Organizing Plasma Physics, Quantum Dot Emitters and Nano Sensors, and all other Arts relevant to Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.


    I also believe that LENR includes many aspects of hot fusion and even fission. To keep these separated slows progress.


    Advanced CMNS Solid State Atomic and Fusion Energy Technological Development Teams are multidisciplinary with broad sets of skills.


    I'm a layman with an "Abstract Education". I've read thousands of abstracts, papers and patents.

    first with the following interview." Where is this?

    Well... I hope Yeong Kim will have more to say on this. axil Thanks. Your note got me to reading all of Kim's research.

    The comments found in the Gluck Kim Interview are worth study as well.

  • 2010 or so... Frank Gordon "How Hot is Cold Fusion"

    Presented at the Natural Philosophy Alliance

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  • In most experiments after the Pd is charged it starts to discharge through the weakest places. For a cube, these are the corners for other geometries it would be cracks or other weak points in the lattice. What happens is that as the gas leaks out each crack sets up a Helmholtz oscillator that generates, after a while, weak coherent alpha-beta phase waves.

    Could you please describe the physical make up of these alpha-beta phase waves. Electrons are connecting the atoms in the lattice together, so does this term mean waves of electrons, in the same quantum mechanical phase, moving collectively in the lattice?

  • Re:

    2010 or so... Frank Gordon "How Hot is Cold Fusion"

    Presented at the Natural Philosophy Alliance


    The compression of hydrogen by the palladium lattice will produce a superconducting hydride. This superconductor hydride is the seed of the LENR reaction.


    Current experimentation using high pressure compression will produce a superconductor.


    Hot Hydride Superconductivity Above 550 K
    The search for room temperature superconductivity has accelerated in the last few years driven by experimentally accessible theoretical predictions that…
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    Hot Hydride Superconductivity Above 550 K


    The search for room temperature superconductivity has accelerated in the last few years driven by experimentally accessible theoretical predictions that indicated alloying dense hydrogen with other elements could produce conventional superconductivity at high temperatures and pressures. These predictions helped inform the synthesis of simple binary hydrides that culminated in the discovery of the superhydride LaH10 with a superconducting transition temperature Tc of 260 K at 180 GPa. We have now successfully synthesized a metallic La-based superhydride with an initial Tc of 294 K. When subjected to subsequent thermal excursions that promoted a chemical reaction to a higher order system, the Tc onset was driven irreversibly to 556 K. X-ray characterization confirmed the formation of a distorted LaH10 based backbone that suggests the formation of ternary or quaternary compounds with substitution at the La and/or H sites. The results provide evidence for hot superconductivity, aligning with recent predictions for higher order hydrides under pressure.

  • ICCF cold truth,


    many exaggeratedly enthusiastic announced that mountains of investors were going to happily water the field following this ICCF which was going to "score".

    Unfortunately mountains of romantic preacher, you are, have never attracted mountains of money.

    The real world, the only world that exists, actually uses artificial intelligence, not to make fabulous gains with block chains, cryptocurrency or discover the holy grail, the LENRs secret.

    The real world uses artificial intelligence to assess a potential loss to its bare minimum.

    The real world does not take risks, it is made so as not to lose what is already acquired, yes, it generates a status quo.. but those from above find themselves there then what is the point.

    A company like Black Rock uses artificial intelligence that tells it to put the money in a company and its exact competitor, then they will make money anyway, by averaging the profits.

    Aladdin is their artificial intelligence, but not programmed for the LENR field at all ahahaha

    Wake up the real world is here..

    Fascinating to know that their hard drives are not very far from SF... ahahaha


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aladdin_(BlackRock)


    BlackRock - Wikipedia
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  • Could you please describe the physical make up of these alpha-beta phase waves. Electrons are connecting the atoms in the lattice together, so does this term mean waves of electrons, in the same quantum mechanical phase, moving collectively in the lattice?

    I'm talking about lattice waves https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonon#Lattice_waves https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_harmonic_oscillator The Pd bonds can only be of the alpha or beta length so I think of them as alpha-beta phase waves. In PdDx systems, these waves are driven by the movement of deuterons. In most experiments, the sample is charged and then left to outgas through whatever surface defects/weaknesses exist on the sample. This outgassing slowly sets up waves via Helmholtz resonance and drives the Pd to exhibit coherent lattice waves. Once these waves get started they propagate like phonons. The problem we see in experiments is the use of bulk Pd that have small grains of crystals. This breaks up the lattice waves so they can't propagate very far. That's why I advise using a pure single crystal that is grown like they grow silicon wafers.


    When the lattice waves coherently go to the alpha state all the atoms close down at the same time in a volume. This leaves no place for the deuterons to go. The change from the beta bond lengths to the alpha bond length is a quantum change and is very fast. This can push to deuterons into each other at very high speed overcoming the Columb barrier. The energy is then transferred to the lattice driving the bonds from alpha to beta. If this happens close to the surface you'll get the standard pot marks you see in experiments. Remember that the typical experiment creates lattice waves by the gas leaking out.


    Codepsision and nano-particles grow crystals. Storms uses impurities that act as nucleation points to grow crystals. If you look closely you see that experiments that work promote crystal growth. F&P slowly annealed their samples causing crystal growth. Fleischmann claimed that poured cathodes worked best because when you pour pallidum and let it cool slowly it forms more crystals than if you roll and pull a cathode.


    If you look at my proposed experiment I use a pure charges crystal that is plated to keep the gas in the Pd then I propose driving it from the outside to create lattice waves. This should allow the sample to work for a long time without being charged. Other systems just let the gas leak out and then you're done.

  • Re: Loading deuterium into crystal defects to produce a NAE.


    LION is an experimenter who loaded deuterium into micro diamonds by submerging those diamonds in heavy water for a month. The advantage of this method of NAE creation is that the NAE can be seen inside the diamond using SEM and microscopy since the diamond is transparent. Also, it looked like deuterium did not leak out of the micro diamond. It was very revealing to see how these NAE were activated. It was also possible to observe what happened to the NAE after activation. How transmutation occured could also be seen.

  • What is interesting is there are so many working recipes and yet here we are still looking for yet another one

    That's understandable. The question is different - how to get the most optimal one out of this multitude of ways. In my opinion, the key to the solution lies in overcoming the Coulomb barrier by holding the gas on the surface.