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  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    Looks like it was a premeditated and postmeditated boiloff.

    Fleischmann wrote
    "The boil-off video can be seen here:
    youtube.com/watch?v=Tn9K1Hvw434"
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    Sunday thoughts from an engineer who supports GUTCP.

    "I wouldn’t give up on Mills too quickly. 🙂
    The reason the ‘fangroup’ was shut down is because the moderator, John Farrell, wanted to step down as moderator
    and Brilliant Light Power did not see…
  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Cold fusion from a sociolinguistic POV is much easier than LENR

    Maori- "whakarewa makariri "glowing cold"
    Welsh- "Ymuniad oer" "cold combination" ..... perhaps Josephson can help
    Japanese "冷たい融合" …
  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread Metal Hydride coated with Nickel.
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    M E T A S T A B L E
    Maybe you can sell the Kitchen S I L V E R.
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    Wow, maybe this is method how Russ George is producing his pellets!
    Putting 10 elements together by usage of pressure is likely the simplest way. And it must work.

    So it is also time to order some fresh Deuterium, isn't it?
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    Robert Horst:

    The approximate Value of 22500 joules for input electrical energy means that the actual Value will be between 22451 and 22549 Joules.

    And That means the accuracy of Fleischmann time integral of voltage and current will be within 0,22% of…
  • RobertBryant

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    (Quote from JohnyFive)

    Traurig,I am only an armchair operator.
    Habe spass... but maybe I should use Czech or another expression
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    You are right. That is very strange to me as well.

    As EDX operator you have to be aware about incorrect interpretation. Identified peaks could be very close to other elements.
    But close to Palladium there are only highly radioactive elements that I…
  • RobertBryant

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Dr Richard - getting 'good fuel' is (we hope( only weeks away. Achieving 'optimal' might be years away. The IC engine has been with us for over 100 years, and has been 'good' since around 1960, but it still isn't optimal as the ongoing improving…
  • RobertBryant

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Cold fusion was the original and very suitable name, which was 'sanitised' by some to LENR. I have no inbuilt objection to either term, but feel that 'cold fusion' reflects more accurately what is happening. And for the record, we use very complex fuel…
  • RobertBryant

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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    a brief search of titanium transmutation palladium on lenrcanr yields NULL fro palladium
    however novo ((S, K, Ca, V, Cr, Fe, Ni, and Zn ) werobserved from Ti/D2O electrolysis

    perhaps you have discovered something …
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)

    It is just a reasonable approximation, for goodness sake. They measured with far greater precision, but there is no point to writing "Cell Current ~22,438.6215. The extra digits of precision tell you nothing you do not already…
  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    You could try contacting Michael Slaker in Loyola.
    He seems meticulous and to have worked through the boilups etc thoroughly.
    He probably even has the raw data from a few years back.
    But it is not his salary…
  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Alan… ohayoogozaimasu

    Russ’s neologism atom-ecology is thought provoking.
    Wyttenbach mentioned something
    about matching gamma emissions with equivalent flux holes.
    Would a more complex mixture of metals ( say 3-6)
    be more stable…
  • RobertBryant

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Around 35 increasingly off-topic posts have been moved to clearance, including quite a few of mine. They appeared (in some cases) to be suffering from an outbreak of magical thinking.
  • RobertBryant

    Replied to the thread Clearance Items.
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    Entshuldigen Sie mir bitte

    Jurg wrote me

    "just again enjoy physics like a children toy ground."

    But this playground stuff on AtomEcology is not quite what he meant.
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    (Quote from StephenC)


    Unluckily they stick to standard model math using SU(2)R X SU(2)L X U(1) where the can see symmetry braking but see no need to switch to SO(4)... to resolve the issue. As a consequence they only get some aspects of the solutions -…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    I am still very puzzled as to why you offered to tell me all Rossi's secrets and how we could get COP=200 in exchange for 'useful information'. If you know so much you don't really need to know any more, just go replicate a COP200…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    We posted already quite many things about the mechanism we think that is at work. The theory is open and has been linked many times.

    Do not expect that this forum is the appropriate , first place to present a working device.

    We…
  • RobertBryant

    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    Bruce,

    I understand how you feel, but there is only so much I can say. Sorry. Most of the people attending, are understandably shy about themselves, or their workplaces being linked to LENR. Some just prefer to stay out of the limelight. Maybe starting…