Posts by barty

    Paradigm shift in DNA research:


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    DNA Replication Has Been Filmed For The First Time, And It's Not What We Expected

    "It undermines a great deal of what's in the textbooks."

    [...]

    The real-time footage has revealed that this fundamental part of life incorporates an unexpected amount of 'randomness', and it could force a major rethink into how genetic replication occurs without mutations.

    "It's a real paradigm shift, and undermines a great deal of what's in the textbooks," says one of the team, Stephen Kowalczykowski from the University of California, Davis.


    https://www.sciencealert.com/d…-stranger-than-we-thought


    What's next? :)

    That should be treated with caution!


    At the moment there are so many ICOs (initial coin offerings) collecting large amounts of money in form of crypto currencies, and only very few of them will have a real world applications and benefit.

    At least their website looks like scam.

    There is another technology called IOTA (for internet of things) which is not using the heavy and slow blockchain technology, but directed acyclic graphs (called "tangle") for building the decentralized platform for micro-transactions necessary in the IoT world. It can be used for various IoT applications, also smart energy systems.

    Ja, ich hatte echt die Hoffnung, dass mit me356 jetzt endlich mal stabile und reproduzierbare Experimente Einzug halten, die wissenschaftlich zweifelsfrei nachweisbar und wirtschaftlich nutzbar exotherme Energie freisetzen.

    Leider wieder ein Schuss in den Ofen...vorerst.


    Genau das ist ja das Problem. So lange keiner einen "Bauplan" (= Paper mit Versuchsaufbau und Protokoll) für ein Experiment liefern kann, das von jedem Physiker nachgebaut werden kann und den gleichen Effekt erzielt, so lange wird es auch keiner ernst nehmen (gewissermaßen verständlich, so lange sind es halt nur bloße Behauptungen).

    Rends

    Ich weiß nicht, man sollte da nicht zu viel reininterpretieren.

    Wenn Namen wie NASA und Airbus fallen, werden viele vielleicht einfach erstmal nur erstaunt sein und abwarten was noch so kommt.

    Siehe EmDrive. Jahrelang nicht ernst genommen, bis sich plötzlich die NASA zu Wort meldete. Dann war das Erstaunen groß.


    Kann schon sein, dass der ein oder andere Experimental-Physiker in seiner "Freizeit" im Labor was aufgebaut hat. Aber ich glaube große Summen an Forschungsgeld fließen da nicht rein.

    Ja, mit einem Test bei me356, mit COP >= 10, würde die Welt jetzt anders aussehen.

    Das würde alle Grundlagen völlig verändern und sämtliche wissenschaftlichen Gegenargumente schlagartig außer Gefecht setzen (-> "es gibt kein reproduzierbares Experiment").


    Hoffen wir, dass er demnächst sein System ans laufen bringt und sich nicht herausstellt, dass er nur seine Messinstrumente an sein System angepasst hat.

    Wirklich mal ein sehr sachlicher Artikel, der alles schön zusammenfasst, ohne dabei auf die positive oder negative Seite zu kippen.

    Ein Lob an den Autor:thumbup:


    Ich frage mich, wie solche Systeme, bei denen niemand genau weiß oder erklären kann, was genau im Innern abläuft, jemals zugelassen werden können

    In Deutschland bzw. der EU sicher nicht. Eventuell in anderen Ländern.


    Bei solchen Geräten wird es ähnlich sein, wie mit Nahrungsmitteln:

    Es muss vor der Zulassung nachgewiesen werden, dass die Inhaltsstoffe nicht schädlich sind.

    In den USA z.B. ist es umgekehrt. Dort darf erstmal alles verkauft werden, bis Beweise zur Schädlichkeit vorliegen.

    he said that his reactor has heated his home for a year.


    Where did he say that?

    Bob Greenyer said that he (me356) WILL use one to heat a family house.

    [...]One of these devices will be connected to a large family house heating system[...]


    That sounds more like a plan for the future instead of something already done.

    Calm down please.

    You said something about "the final nail in the LENR coffin". So why are you still participating here?

    MFMP wrote:

    Brian is installing the update with the long average on the COP calculation to avoid over excitement when the COP rises sharply because the input power drops. We will test the function on the water heater first.


    Quick live stream of dummy heater as hot source for the heat exchanger.



    Ni, Li and LiAlH4


    Somewhere was stated that me356 developed his system "away" from Nickel and LiAlH to other metals which are less prone to emit harmful radiation at high COP (and additionally don't harm any existing patent applications).

    Didn't find the source yet.


    Let's see whether the additional day of fuel preparation was enough to see an effect today. I keep my fingers crossed :thumbup::whistling:

    I find it very interesting that the fuel processing needs so much time (seemingly weeks to months?), according to me356's "1/14" of usual processing time.


    This would also explain why other replicators, which process their fuel only for a few hours or over night, don't see any effect.

    Maybe they did everything correct, except this step.


    me356 wrote:

    The most important difference between working reactors is that the fuel was processed only for approx. 1/14 time from what is done normally because in other way it was absolutely not possible to perform the test in given timeframe.


    We still don't know whether this is the real me356

    Thanks to the people who attacked and insulted him last time, so that he has now no passion to write here in the Forum anymore.

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    The experiment will be ended now.

    18:16 - stopped logging.


    We are going to take a day away in order to allow Me356 to make changes and tests. We will be back to run on Monday and pack up by Monday night.

    Eric Walker

    Yes. me356 is sitting in the room and is still fine tuning the setup. He's connected to the controller with his laptop.

    They just discovered an electrical issue cause by one of the devices of the setup. So they try now to switch off one after another to find the problem.


    So far there is no clear signal for excess heat. But the graphs look very different from what we have seen from other replicators.

    These differences can be related to the use of a flow calorimeter and the heat loss lags.


    We should give them some more hours to get everything fine tuned.