stefan Member

  • Member since Aug 31st 2015
Posts
264
Likes Received
147
Points
1,467
Profile Hits
669
  • stefan

    Post
    It do look like the calormetry is very exact, as taken for granted by those who work with it, and the method used e.g. advanced interpolation using higher order polynomial which is appropriate for deterministic systems. This means that statistics is out…
  • stefan

    Post
    I think that using such a high degree polynomial risks hide the measurement error in the fit. It would have been nice to have two independent measurements at each
    point in order to clearly demonstrate the size of the measurement error. Using low degree…
  • stefan

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
    Like (Post)
    Well, I am reluctant to put any numbers to it, since like all numeric forecasts they have a way of biting you in the ass. But I am quite sure we will be way out of the noise. Up till now we have been running at a constant temperature (PID controlled)…
  • stefan

    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
    Like (Post)
    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I for one find Wyttenbach's ideas not only fascinating but they are bearing up pretty well to testing against my unique set of real cold fusion gamma spectra. On top of that Wyttenbach is a true gentleman and a scholar who offers…
  • stefan

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
    Post
    That Rossi did not stop but continue to work is the only indication that I find that support my continuing interest in his works. But the attention is
    now much more to other news of CF and hydrino which continue to march on. I'm glad of the good news…
  • stefan

    Replied to the thread LENR is occurring in SAFIRE.
    Post
    To see this aiming, consider the electron orbiting two nucleus, it has an eliptic shape and the energetical minima is for the current to move naturally along the ellipsis, now if the nucleus
    misses the other nucleus you will rotate the ellipsis which it…
  • stefan

    Replied to the thread LENR is occurring in SAFIRE.
    Post
    This synchroinisation seam indeed plausable and after studying the two atom molecule models in GUTCP I think one can say that the screening effect than we know enhance fusion rate is not due to
    decreased repulsion, but a syncronisation of the magnetic…
  • (Quote from stefan)


    Key of GUT-CP is the correct derivation of the magnetic energy. The non radiation condition is a missing piece of QM as the QM theory cannot explain the stability of the state(s). The non radiation condition only affects the electric…
  • @HG, my view is that there should be a link between QM and GUTCP, I don't diss QM as much as Mills. Standard model is well, here I'm with Wyttenbach.
    Also look up the work by Goedecke he actually shows a Heisenbergs inequaltity kind of statements for…
  • @HG you could say the same to QM, so the concept of packing a charge distribution without assuming it consisting of small lego brick charge units is indeed a common theme of
    todays physics.
  • I also tried to add it to stack exchange phys in order to get more review of the question and solution. I have not answered the question there, but It could be interesting to get some comments. Good comments so far that imporved the quality of the…
  • We often discuss suncell GUTCP etc, but It would be nice to agree on some facts that Mills bring forward, that we can agree is true. Let me suggest that we could all agree that his charge densities has the property that they does not radiate and possess…