Egely's presentation in ICCF25 on Wednesday talks about "Test results of catalytic fusion".
He mentions in the abstract "highly-correlated topological bubble phase of composite fermions".
If anyone is interested at least these ones describe the phenomena:
There are a number of statements in Egely's abstract that seem to be consistent with the LENR theory of electron based quasiparticle Bose Einstein Condensation (BEC) theory of LENR as follows:
There is a tentative explanation by condensed matter physics for this sequence of effects by now. This id called the “highly-correlated topological bubble phase of composite fermions” in papers published by Nature Physics as recent as 2023.
The catalyser is the condensed plasmoid, a bubble made of thousands or millions of electrons entangled into a highly charged lump.
when the coherent structures, the condensed plasmoids are formed
In order for a BEC to form. the electron as a quasiparticle must transform into a boson. For one thing to do that, its spin of the quasiparticle must transform into the spin of a boson which is 1.
The composite fermions seems to be a poor choice to meet the boson spin requirement since the spin of this quasiparticle is some fractional charge that varies with the strength of the applied magnetic field upon which the fractional spin depends. Two or more composite fermions must combine to from a boson, but condensation is possible as follows:
The condensation of electrons must be accomplished using a spark at plasma temperatures upwards of tens of thousands of degrees C. All the while, the magnetic field produced by the spark is required to be constant so that global entanglement can occur.
It is more likely that another type of electron based quasiparticle is involved in the condensation process. There are at least a hundred or more types to chose from.
Identifying which electron based quasiparticle type is involved is going to be a challenge for product research going forward.