JeanM Member

  • Member since Jul 26th 2015
  • Last Activity:
Posts
27
Likes Received
17
Points
172
Profile Hits
560
  • JeanM

    Post
    (Quote from Gennadiy Tarassenko)



    I propose that the continental crust is like calcium-aluminium inclusions in chondrites. The SIAL is not only Silicon and Aluminium made of, main of the carbonates are on continental crust too. The chondrules would…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    Who knows Emilio del Giudice ?

    He "was an Italian theoretical physicist who worked in the field of condensed matter. Pioneer of string theory in the early 1970s" ... "e per essere stato un sostenitore della fusione fredda". Wikipedia en/it.

    He…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    Not dead yet, in https://www.researchgate.net/p…water_from_silicate_rocks :


    Addendum:

    Here is a rectification about this theory on comets. If life is in comets, and if life is able to deal with nuclear reactions called “biological transmutations”,…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    ... The 26Mg/26Al is a complex question that I avow I have some difficulties to understand just now while opening some documents. I have to review, thanks for your contribution.


    I present this theory because if life can proceed to LENR, so probably…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    I need time to read your information RobertBryant. Thanks for it, will come back on it.
  • JeanM

    Like (Post)
    Maybe thewater memory is related to HDO
    1 molecule in 3,200 is HDO....perhaps they clump magnetically?


    D20 dilutions effect here..not very compelling evidence though..

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/…/abs/pii/0019103573901103

  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    Thank you for your remarks Axil, B.Bryant and DnG


    I know a little bit about water, Benveniste water memory, Schauberger, Steiner-Pfeifer approaches and so on. Emoto is not a scientist, as he declares himself, he only has conviction in his snow…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    Below in the first link I think, the comet is like proposed by Willey, the "dirty snowball" cometary hypothesis. When approaching Halley the Vega spacecrafts shew the scientists a very dark object, they were surprised. Anyway you can consider there is…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    Please don't ask to me to explain how life appeared, I don't know. If you do, you are a champion. In my opinion the alternates of ice and fire could constitute a thermodynamic engine which would be the energetic foundation of the phenomena of life. It…
  • JeanM

    Replied to the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Post
    I am looking for contradiction on the theory that I propose. It concerns LENR, comets, Earth formation and evolution, nanobacteria and the way they proceed to nuclear reactions. The files has been updated and upgraded, there are three important files;…
  • JeanM

    Post
    L'idée du couplage réactionel vient de Baranger qui était responsable du département de chimie de l'école polytechnique, il manipait avec des graines germées. Pour un chimiste c'est logique, les réactions d'oxydoréduction en biologie fonctionnent…
  • JeanM

    Post
    I don't know if I answer the remark ( Longview ) : I don't have any explanation about how the chemistry could generate complex molecules, like proteins. I've identified the nano-bacteria, "nanomes" would be a better word, as the object which embed the…
  • JeanM

    Posted the thread LENR and Exobiology.
    Thread
    I've published an article on ResearchGate with the title: Do the comets produce water from silicate rocks?

    Abstract: It is shown there that a bio-nuclear machine, consisting to couple an exothermic nuclear reaction with an endothermic one, is able to…
  • JeanM

    Post
    Comment on fait pour faire "reply to ..." ?


    @ Francice DAVID : je pense que les LENR en biologie sont actives à certains stades du développement de la vie, et en cas d'évènement extrêmes. Lorsque les choses sont installées, elles ne joueraient…
  • JeanM

    Post
    I've published an article on ResearchGate with the title: Do the comets produce water from silicate rocks?

    Abstract: It is shown there that a bio-nuclear machine, consisting to couple an exothermic nuclear reaction with an endothermic one, is able to…