Posts by AlainCo

    I don't understand why Quantized Inertie, MiHsC, does not seduce...

    In fact it is much more in line with curren quantume physics, and relativity theories...

    It is a unification theory that explains gravity with quantum effects and relativity, producing a conservation principle that invoice information, making entropy an evidence...

    Of course the mechanism are maybe not yet correctly explained...

    An just the rotating galaxies, seems best evidence, better than EmDrive...

    Experiments are still not decisive... some claim, but some say it is artifact...
    Beside that McCulloch seems to hold a good direction, with galaxies supporting him, and that is much more convincing... Future will say.

    EmDrive is far less proven than LENR (but more than dark matter)

    Great,

    in the description they affirm some great results, and the schematics show something not far from what is done with Dogbones, Mizuno replications, but with carbon nanotubes... If it works as claimed... great...



    off topic: About theory, the [0050] paragraph make me think about

    * why in hot fusion does the least energetic branch get chosen more often : because it has to be quick ? who can explain why?

    * why in LENR does the highest energetic branch, the least radioactive outcomes seems preferred ? my proposal is, as I often said before, inspired by Hydroton theory

    -> it is the most stable, the least remaining energy outcome, because something in the NAE have time to decay as low as possible, in small intermediate steps, emiting small quanta (X-Rays as they say in the description?) like uranium have time to decay to lead, like tea have time to reach room temperature after days... in hot fusion, decay have to be direct, fast, fastest, big MeV quantum, ... In cold fusion it seems there is time, that non-radioactive outcome are preferred in Iwamura thinfilm experiments, that He4+24MeV is prefered because there is less energy in He4 than in t+p or He3+n...

    Maybe my vision is naïve... This is for me the great question... why are low energy outcome prefered... and with 0050 paragraph remind me also that He4 is the most stable outcome...

    I've just seen a change in applicant for a patent application on Graphene induced LENR, from initially Seldon technology

    now the patent is applied by "Deuterieum Energetics Limited"

    https://deuteriumenergetics.com/

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    Deuterium Energetics

    PO Box 319 Creston, California, 93432-0319 United States


    Maybe does it deserve some more investigation


    LENR – die unendliche und saubere Energie kommt früher als gedacht


    LENR - the infinite and clean energy comes earlier than expected

    Willi Meinders in conversation with Sabine Weise-Vogt


    A video to be analyzed and evaluated by German speaker....




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    Willi Meinders im Gespräch mit Sabine Weise-Vogt

    Die niedrigenergetische Kernreaktion (LENR) ist eine völlig neue Form der Energieerzeugung: Emissionsfrei, strahlungsfrei, grundlastfähig, Ressourcen-schonend, dezentral und kostengünstiger als alle anderen Energieformen. LENR ist von anerkannten Fachleuten und -Instiutionen bestätigt, vielfach patentiert und repliziert. Die Technologie befindet sich auf dem Wege der Markteinführung. LENR ist eine Energieform deren wesentlicher Ursprung nicht ein Rohstoff ist, sondern vor allem ein bestimmtes Fachwissen. Deshalb lässt sich diese Energiequelle nicht künstlich verknappen und verteuern. Nach Ablauf der diversen Patente in 20 bis 30 Jahren kann Energie somit theoretisch ein „Volksgut“ werden. Die Menschen hätten damit ihr Feuer zurück, so wie es vor Jahrhunderten das selbstverständliche Eigentum jeder Familie war.

    An article in IEEE Spectrum that seems tu feature the article on "Lattice Confinment Fusion" that Lawrence Forsley promotes from Nasa GRC...

    https://spectrum.ieee.org/ener…usiontokamak-not-included

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    But researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center have now demonstrated a method of inducing nuclear fusion without building a massive stellarator or tokamak. In fact, all they needed was a bit of metal, some hydrogen, and an electron accelerator.

    The team believes that their method, called lattice confinement fusion, could be a potential new power source for deep space missions. They have published their results in two papers in Physical Review C.

    An article in IEEE Spectrum that seems tu feature the article on "Lattice Confinment Fusion" that Lawrence Forsley promotes from Nasa GRC...

    https://spectrum.ieee.org/ener…usiontokamak-not-included

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    But researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center have now demonstrated a method of inducing nuclear fusion without building a massive stellarator or tokamak. In fact, all they needed was a bit of metal, some hydrogen, and an electron accelerator.

    The team believes that their method, called lattice confinement fusion, could be a potential new power source for deep space missions. They have published their results in two papers in Physical Review C.


    Discussed here NASA: New Paper about Experimental Progress

    Curtis Berlinguette reports articles, exploitinge Cold Fusion experiments (Hydrogen in metal), in non LENR applications, as Pharmacy.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41929-020-0488-z

    https://chemistrycommunity.nat…fusion-to-pharmaceuticals

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    From cold fusion to pharmaceuticals

    Revisiting "cold fusion" led us to discover the electrolytic hydrogenation/deuteration reactor that is electrically-driven and uses water as a hydrogen/deuterium source. This technology opens new avenues for using renewable energy to make valuable chemicals, including pharmaceuticals.

    Curtis Berlinguette reports articles, exploitinge Cold Fusion experiments (Hydrogen in metal), in non LENR applications, as Pharmacy.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41929-020-0488-z

    https://chemistrycommunity.nat…fusion-to-pharmaceuticals

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    From cold fusion to pharmaceuticals

    Revisiting "cold fusion" led us to discover the electrolytic hydrogenation/deuteration reactor that is electrically-driven and uses water as a hydrogen/deuterium source. This technology opens new avenues for using renewable energy to make valuable chemicals, including pharmaceuticals.


    Discussed here Google (UBC/MIT/LBNL) post Nature updates.

    From Russian LENR site

    http://lenr.seplm.ru/articles/…e-palladium-superhydrides

    An interesting article under review, letting possibility to have superhydrides...
    Here is the author(s) page

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…e_palladium_superhydrides

    and the Arxiv version


    https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.15613



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    Combining pressure and electrochemistry to synthesize palladium superhydrides

    Pin-Wen Guan, Russell J. Hemley, Venkatasubramanian Viswanathan

    Palladium-hydrogen is a widely-studied material system with the highest hydride phase being Pd3H4. Recently, superhydrides (MHn with n>6) have been computationally identified and synthesized with rare-earth and early transition metals under pressure. In this work, we evaluate the possibility of electrochemically synthesizing palladium superhydrides together with applied pressure. We perform a computational search for palladium superhydrides using density functional theory calculations and particle swarm optimization over a broad range of pressures and electrode potentials. We incorporate exchange-correlation functional uncertainty using the Bayesian error estimation formalism to quantify the uncertainty associated with the identified stable phases. Based on a thermodynamic analysis, we construct a pressure-potential phase diagram that provides an alternate route to accessing novel Pd-H phases having high hydrogen content. Most strikingly, at potentials above hydrogen evolution and ∼200 MPa pressure, we find the possibility to make palladium superhydrides (e.g., PdH10). As palladium is among the most active hydrogen evolution electrocatalysts, a similar strategy is likely to work for electrochemical synthesis of other metal superhydrides at modest pressures.

    Maybe some ideas to design Pd sponges... I cannot judge

    https://www.ingentaconnect.com…0000020/00000012/art00013

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    A unique nanostructured electrocatalyst based on Palladium (Pd) nanosponge architecture is synthesized by one-step dealloying of the amorphous alloy precursor with low Pd concentration. The sponge-like nanostructure with hollow interiors enables sufficient contact between reactants andboth the interior and exterior surfaces.