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    I (very) recently attended two extensive presentations covering the state of the art in quantum computer research. All admit that they are light years away of any useful computation. A quantum computer will certainly fail to run a…
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    Critical mass is an empirical approach to fission. There is no Ti-D fusion that produces multiple neutrons in one step what you would need for a fission like chain process.

    In fact we see a critical radius in LENR and this…
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    Quantum computers recently got 10 billion of European taxmoney for 10 years of research. This is really high risk money and If a skeptic
    says this well spent money I can't find it unreasonable to ask for the same spending for cold fusion. If they…
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    Reading Mills claim the derivation of aspect results where no probability of hidden variables is employed. The hidden variable method in Bell inequality is using
    probability theory regarding hidden variables of a point. Mills does not use that, but in…
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    True Robert! But note that Wyttenbach takes great inspiration from Mills ideas and he is working very closely with LENR.
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    Mills GUTCP theory for outside the nucleus has a much better fit than QED/QCD fudging
    That is a given.

    but for LENR it is fitting theory with
    the nuclei and the neutrons/protons that is more important.
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    When it comes to Mills derivation of the ionisation energies for atoms, something not stressed is the following important fact.
    Let's compare the ionisation energy for O7+ (heaviest one calculated nonrelativistic e.g. the fastes one) we have:

    for…
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    Robert the actual masses has a higher accurace. When you take the difference of masses you have a cancellation and you are left with less accuracy.
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    Another example of non locality is a rigid body and their movements. With such an object you create a dependancy that transport information faster than the speed of light.
    GUTCP has boundaries that moves like rigid boddies that is Lorenz invariant e.g.…
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    If the time evolution of a solution to normal partial equations satisfy a bounday condition then typically they are not local.
    QM is not local because all solutions are constrained to be zero at infinity (actually have a finite square norm integral). In…
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    A local theory means that you from conditions in a very local area e.g. arbritrary small region you get the behavior. If you have a parametrized (rigid body movement)
    or even a discrete set if boundary conditions that you move between or a finite…
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    Then QM is also local because the solution fields are deterministic given all boundary conditions and initial condition. There is an interpretation of a randomness
    but that's just a function from the fields to a value, you can do the same trick with a…
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    3.5 digits precision is reasonable what I would expect with a datafit but currently it looks like 1 digits of accuracy. That's not
    that impressive.
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    THHuxleynew.

    As I now read the forum you state that the value is 1.51, robert links to 1.293 33 and it looks like you claim 6 digits precision in the flow of discussion.
    Something doesn't add up is robert linking the wrong value or do you refer to…
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    These models are fitted to a ton of data so getting that accuracy is what to be expected by a datafit. Datafits is okej
    science if what you get can reach this precision with some ease of calculation and you are not moving too far from the allowed
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    No the boundary conditions are not. For practical purposes it's following non local law, so the total results are a non local behavior. I missed it though, Maxwell + unknown local 2D theory that is approximated well as a Maxwell…
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    To note I find the QM theory something of a fake for understanding nature, it is and the derivation of QM from QED shows that. But QED is fantastically simple and elegant and probably is important for understanding. The STDM looks like a mess if you…
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    I said that QM is not mysterious and brought forward one facet the Aspect theorem, that typically interpreted as mysterious action at distance. Which if
    you accept non locality it's not. It's just a field theory. I think there is a connection with GUTCP…
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    GUTCP is constraining the solution to a non local boundary condition. Hence it produces non local results. My view is that there exists local theories behind the scene that sort of maintains
    a more slowly varying meta stable state. The models of GUTCP…
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    Liked sam12’s post in the thread BLP update.
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