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    If so, I will take back my comment about his mothers mustache.
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    Maybe he referred to ecat world
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    Can we summon Popeye from ecatnews? He's one of my faviorite sceptics and being beaten by him was one of the most delightful events at the ecatnews site. Also comments from goat guy, another great skeptics at next big future would be a great to listen…
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    forum
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    Yep this is happening right now at the physics forum that nickec linked to.
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    I did read what you wrote. That is the only amount loaded. That's the pressure after the cell is filled. The amount that is then absorbed by the Ni is a tiny fraction of that.

    Furthermore, even if the cell were filled to 10 atm…
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    googling you get maybe 120-140MJ / kg energy content of hydrogene. Excess Energy was about 250*24*3600J so thats about 150g hydrogene equivalents.
    That is the figure that essentially need to have been loaded to explain the results, (actually its more…
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    I've been terrorized by R. Mills opponents the way like this picking, and I would like that the side i identify
    myself with does not use the same tactics. Else I like Roberts non picking posts here.
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    Well I would say that the fact that if this result is for real you must probably have a nuclear reaction going on e.g. cold fusion is the weird thing.
    If so stimulation would be less strange. Where we differ is that I would like…
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    You can't heat a room with 300W, which needs 2-3kW heater to yield comfortable levels. That is quite strong evidences and the winter
    is long so it most probably a nuclear effect if one load is enough. Hard to see any alternative explanation here.
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    Depending on the heat loss properties of the experiment you can get a stable steady state and no run away. The system cools more as temperature goes up. Also the experiment
    with the higher powers might push the system up so that…
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    When thinking about the results I find it hard to understand. I would expect some kind of equilibrium to appear and a self sustaining mode
    if the process was only dependent on temperature. Therefore it looks like the heater is really important for the…
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    Not much say. Hot for a short time. But i want to see that full container boiling an data of enery in energy out, and consumed hydrogene and an estimate of how much electron volt that hydrogene generated, like after less power but longer time. They seam…
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    Replications first.. demonstrating 300W output.. with 50W input
    These are the priority
    D2 appears to be the best gas.. Wyttenbach suggests that H2 may induce deleterious transmutation in the
    reactor base.

    After…
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    We don't need people who would ignore these results. Better they should ignore them. If "most people" are so stupid they would ignore 50 W in, 300 W out, that's good, let's hope they ignore it, because they would be a nuisance…
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    Yes. Mizuno described that in another paper that is now going through peer-review etc. Which takes months. Years, sometimes. I don't normally discuss such things but he went into great detail about how to distinguish turbulent rather…
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    Another idea. When calibrating why not do an effort to vary setups slightly to get a feeling how robust the calibration is and how exact the setup must
    be in order to use the calibration. Of cause the actual experiment should be done in the exact setup.
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    Thanks! This gave me an idea. Assume that we can control the degree of insulation, from very insulated to basically conduction in an insulation layer around the
    cylinder and place it in a water bath. Then if temperature is only…
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    I'm wondering if by adding an insulation layer to the reactor one could model the heat exchange coefficient such that it resambles air flow cooling although water
    is cooling at the outside.
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    Yeah, without that he would have been forced to quit, as he wrote in the Acknowledgements. Unfortunately, that was not enough money to fix all of the equipment. He couldn't fix the SEM. This research, and this report, would have been…