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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread The Playground.
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    To be fair to Eric, this job isn't easy, and a certain amount of appealing for better behaviour via email and other off -forum methods to the more egregious offenders has been tried by me and other team members with mixed results. I support what Eric has…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Dear THH,
    Systematization, taxonomy is good in principle but i this case it's a bit late...
    Let's see:


    Legal situation
    The duration of the litigation is already almost equal to that of the Test and by definition the "GPT or not…
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    Please continue to insult me with snarky comments. It's the new standard for this forum, so I might as well learn to love the new standard of behavior. We should all adapt to being demeaned until we embrace the shower of remarks…
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    Sorry, I had the wrong size in my reply. Bob is using 1/16" (1.6 mm) OD capillary tubing. I don't think anyone is going to make that by end-drilling a solid rod! Apparently it is welded, then drawn to this small size, so it isn't…
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    @BobH Congratulations on finding the leak.


    I see McMaster-Carr only offers 1/8" OD in welded construction. Swagelok offers it in seamless construction 316L, but the minimum order looks like 20 feet or 6 meters.
    "Small Parts" on Amazon has 1/8" x 12"…
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    Son of a gun - I think I finally tracked down my elusive 2nd leak. I have a 6" length of 1/16" OD stainless steel tubing connecting the manifold to the reactor tube with compression seals. I was certain that the leak must be with one of the…
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    (Quote from THEDEBATEISUSELESS)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBxSTlJLk6g
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    Here's my summary of the LAH phases:
    https://drive.google.com/open?…xJkjesxe4kZFVuMG9paFJncjA

    The second referenced paper by Oksana Bodak has further details:
    goo.gl/vLG8Uc


    Note that the melting temperatures of LiH and Al are very close. When…
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    can I'm not convinced the Wiki article correctly describes the decomposition. I think other references show at least one alternate path involving formation of LiAl*Hx as an ionic solution. This may be a distraction from the thread (Bob's current…
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    Keep in mind that both the Glowstick and Parkhomov reactors used LiAlH4 in the fuel, rather than pure metallic Li. Thus the molten metal present was LiAl, not pure Li.

    In GS5.2, about 100 mg of Nanoshel passivated Li was used in addition to the LAH,…
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    Here are some photos of Glowstick reactor tubes after exposure to molten Li for a week or more. tubes made of Mullite show considerable degradation, probably due to leaching of the ~30% silica from the ceramic (first image). The tubes made of…
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    Forty-Two ,

    Wrestle with me on an intellectual level. Don't be petty.
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    (Quote from Roseland67)


    @RL67,

    You've made this point a few times, so permit me to address it, as I consider you to be a relatively smart person as well. Many here (I estimate about 80%) had made up their mind long ago that IH and team were the good…
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    There is certainly not enough detail in the Gullstrom experiment report to take its measurement values seriously - the described methods are full of holes. Surprised? From the court docs that Eric has so generously provided, it appears that Rossi may…
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    I think we are all deluding ourselves if we believe that the proceedings of this court case are going to refute or vindicate Ni-H LENR as a technology. This case is an interesting story of intrigue and deceit and the court will decide the outcome of…
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    Those .csv files are created automatically by Labview. I don't know how to add the equations into the .csv files. I like to leave the original raw data in the .csv files. Normally when I am processing the data, I read that into excel and add those…
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    Unfortunately, the electrical resistivity of zirconia drops even faster than Alumina. At 500 C it is ten orders of magnitude more conductive than at 20 C. So at operating temperature, a zirconia tube would probably look like a…
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    100% agree - that's why I donated 1k USD to them today :P Let's hope that it wasn't wasted and these reactors really work. But honestly I think even a "no it doesn't work" is still better than spending hundreds of hours theorizing…
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    (Quote from Peter Gluck)

    Nope. The lawyers will exclude people who know about the case. The judge will instruct the ones who are chosen not to read outside sources of information. If members of the jury disobey, and they reveal information not presented…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    "Redpill" has nothing to do with MFMP and is a personal interest of BobG. Each of us has many different interests and passions, and it isn't always easy to keep them separate. But for the group to function as I described, we must…