" does Ivlev predict hydrino"
No IMHO but you'd do better to ask him in San Luis Potosi,Mexico.
" does Ivlev predict hydrino"
No IMHO but you'd do better to ask him in San Luis Potosi,Mexico.
Max Nozin "how Ivelv theory is different from hydrino wrt resulting atoms with deep electron orbits."
Boris Ivlev's math in
is very different from "hydrino" math a la Mills. Mills said that
the dropping down the well was quantised.. not Ivlev..
I don't understand it very much at all but I understand that according to Ivlev, in heavy metals like iron the shock or jolt for the electrons is much greater than in lighter atoms.
Looking at the lead disappearance experiment there are lots of questions
1. if 0.6mg of lead atoms each released 82 x1 keV of energy that would be 164000000 Joules.
If 1Mev each.. then much much more.
the exposure plates don't look like they got that much energy.no way
where did the energy go?
What was the composition of the micron 'lead' residues?
What happens if different metals like Al used?
The simple experiment cries out for Replication Replication Replication!
But Mexico will spend R&D on oil and gas or geothermal
not new energy sources.
Thanks Axil.. I am not sure about antiphoton creation in LENR.
I prefer Ivlev's mathematical theory of anomalous electron states(AES). According to this theory fast electromagnetic shocks cause constrained electrons to
jump down a deep well screaming out Mev photons. Conceivably all 26 electrons in an iron atom can leap down into the well producing a nanoatom 1000
times less in diameter.
These shocks can be provided by ultrasound or cavitation or by
ions hitting the surface(as in plasma activation a la Mizuno and Karabut.
If Ivlev's ""I shrunk the kids""
theory can be realised its effects are far wider than
just LENR. I hope he stays alive long enough to see some of them.
Younger people still have dreams
No one posted it yet.. there isn't much else right now
Zeus46, weight of the reactor was 7.45kg
Density 316 ss ~8 kg/l
with some all0wance for reaction space inside
Volume =~! 1litre.
"bogus" ridiculous " "ignorant crank" "nonsense" "garbage"
" sucks at science."
"I suspect that you are not qualified to comment on experimental science matters"
Alan Smith "We will know by next weekend"
Is the Lion sleeping tonight or a few nights.
ED Lewis "It would be so cool if someone could video the little plasmids"
Shoulders calculated the. lifetime of the Evo's to be ~10(-11) seconds. .
Perhaps this is why he mainly has photos of Evo strikes rather than Evos
I am in the presence of genius
Praise the Lord
Thanks for the Jello Korkshanahan
I feel so foolish in the face of this intellectual superiority.
I still feel that you have not answered my question.
Perhaps there is a CCS problem.
" How did you deduce from that paragraph that the picture was the track of the EVO and not the EVO itself"
I didn't but ..
The EVO is 1010 or 1011 electrons in a ball...something like a miniature ball lightning
I have never seen ball lightning but I am sure it is a luminous object.
the photograph is from studies of EVOs but is not an EVO.
The10micron dimension means the photo maybe an SEMicrograph of the
permanent effect of long gone EVO on a metal or glass surface.
Thanks Axil fro the photo of the EVO track. In the article is written...
"But was there any worthwhile science in Shoulders’s EVO research? After dismissing the inventor’s findings, Feynman became aware of the discovery of similar clusters of charged particles made at the National Bureau of Standards and the work of a professor at the University of California, San Diego, who had noticed the same thing 10 years earlier but had not conducted further research. On January 31, 1986, Feynman mailed an apology letter to Shoulders: “When you were in my office I could not see how 1010 or 1011 electrons could be kept as a ball in a vacuum without ions. . . . I must apologize for it has come to my attention that it is indeed possible.” Feynman confirmed that the electron clusters Shoulders and his son witnessed were feasible, a small victory in the face of mass rejection. But the existence of a physical phenomenon is a far cry from an alternative energy source. Nonetheless, Shoulders declared in his self-published book, EV: A Tale of Discovery, “I believe this gateway will open into one of the greatest industries yet known.” Despite years of filing patents and pitching the research to various companies and government agencies, Shoulders never found a taker."
Does anyone knowthe California professor was...and if he/she published anything?
"Anyone who reads what I write with intent to understand."
"I already answered you above"
No you didn't
You wrote. "The excess power is another calculation, both for the value and for the standard deviation, but they are simple equations that you can figure out easily"
What error in the excess power do you expect?
Axil "huge magnetic field coming from this EVO."
Kim and Hadjichristos interpret this as
creating nano-scale localized magnetic traps (LMTs) with short life-times on Ni surfaces
There is quite a lot of work to review interpret that is pertinent to this topic.
such as the plasmoid stuff.
Uncomplicatedcalculation shows that energy released in deuterium nuclei fusion in 1dm3 of
vapors of water (the average size of a ’fireball’) has the value of about 1MJ,that corresponds to evaluations of energy released by some observed ’fireballs.
The workers are few in this field
Many others are ALREADY doing "solar towers with molten salt heat storage" perhaps even Branzell
Shane "Yes, it may be a long shot, but we surely are not going to discover anything new without trying"
No LENR mentioned here but then Branzell's effortless approach
China tourist, whims of a daydreamer etc ridicule is not specifically LENR either
not just the work of Shoulders..but of others such as Hutchinson Dvornikov is pertinent as well
What’s the mass of the unknown ?Bob Greenyer Alan DeAngelis • 3 hours ago
This will have to come much later, as I said in the first video, we are taking the analysis much slower.
ICPMS is a destructive process, MALDI TOF MS is both destructive and can only see masses above say 90 with accuracy.
The material seems to be putting out a different combination of characteristic X-Rays (having been excited by the impinging electron beam) to any known material. So whilst it can locate the area with the anomalous material, by specifying it as 'something', in this case Yb, even though it may not be since it does not have all of the spectra. This indicates that the orbital electrons may not all in be the normal place/state. What are the 'electrons' in this case? Why would some lines be missing? Could they have been replaced by H- or some other heavy fermion?
Axil, BG "Yuri Bazhutov, one of the first people to discover 'Strange Radiation',"
Any 2018 update from Russia on Bazhutov's 1:3 electrolytic generator?
Branzell "here a China tourist has returned"
見ぬが花. “Not seeing is a flower ... a Japan tourist might say
I commend you on your flower, Branzell
however I see no evidence of a China tourist.
perhaps you can find evidence of one here
I checked my tea tin too..it only has homemade teabags with a mixture of English breakfast and Darjeeling.
However my tea tin does does not have a high voltage source with two electrodes nearby or deuterium-loaded palladium
"[a bundle of electrons that] appears to be produced by the application of a high electrical field between a cathode and an anode"
Director " I. "But you can be sure a whole range of effects will happen."
In Ohmori's lilies sequential evos strikes might to have been channelled by the reaction products.
"This makes it improbable that even a point source could give an exposure corresponding to the smallest dots"
Shoulders appears to have got intense spots. Is the dental film itself where the X rays unload?
100 billion photons is way more than absorbed in a normal dental Xray
Ceramics are low inductance high mass materials.
Perhaps evos have more effect on expensive ceramic crowns than on one's natural enamel
"DIY EV:s Yipee"
I think you will need an old TV or microwave power supply
I am not sure what voltage you need but its a lot less than 10000
There is 1 tonne of weapons grade plutonium on the River Savannah that South Carolina doesn't want
Throwing EV's at it might have astounding effects.
Thanks for the thread.. it seems to intertwine with the lion video
The charge cluster theory has been around for some time
Hal Fox 1997.
HIGH-DENSITY CHARGE CLUSTERS AND ENERGY CONVERSION RESULTS
The idea that 5000v input can give an embedded proton 9 Mevs is astounding.
I guess this means 5V would only give 9 keV..?
but 9 keV can do something in a brittle hydrided lattice structure.
This cluster idea can explsin why Dash et al got accelerated nuclear decay not only below the electrolyte
but also above the electrolyte with electrolysed uranium
I can't see any paired holes in their uranium but I guess the charge cluster migrated above the waterline.
The electrons could of course come from another source (spheromaks??)
If the input proton beam energy rather than 260,000 Ev was as low as 1500 eV
and the screening energy was 800eV then according to Equation 2 I calculate
that most of the energy would go out as electrons rsther than gammas.
But then whether or not any energy comes out at all at this low energy input level
is a question.
Wyttenbach " one source of Helium is Soba'
Cold soba is nice with the temp. 35C like today..but helium is unlikely unless its a cold soba birthday party.
Tritium has been associated with LENR by number of researchers
Benyo et al 's 2017 Investigation of Deuterium Loaded Materials Subject to X-Ray Exposure
concludes "tritium by an unexpected nuclear effect".. https://arxiv.org/abs/1704.01183
Claytor, T. N., Tuggle, D. G., Taylor, S. F.; Evolution of Tritium from Deuterided Palladium Subject to High Electrical Currents, Frontiers Science Series No. 4, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cold Fusion., October 21-25 Nagoya Japan., Ed. H. Ikegami, Universal Academy Press Tokyo Japan., 1993, p217.
Tadahiko Mizuno, Tadashi Akimoto, Kazuhisa Azumi and Norio Sato, “Tritium evolution during cathodic polarization of palladium electrode in D2O solution”, The Electrochemical Society of Japan Vol.59, No.9, (1991) 798-799. in Japanese.
Radhakrishnan, T.P., et al., Tritium Generation during Electrolysis Experiment, in BARC Studies in Cold Fusion,
P.K. Iyengar and M. Srinivasan, Editors. 1989, Atomic Energy Commission: Bombay. p. A 6.
N. J. C. Packham, K. L. Wolf, J. C. Wass, R. C. Kainthla and J.O’M. Bockris Production of tritium from D2 O J. Electroanal. Chem., 270 (1989) 451-458, Elsevier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne.