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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Things continue to go well, for sure. Our lab findings and Wyttenbach's theories continue to lead us along closely aligned paths to better performance, and the latest upgrade in our fuel preparation system seems to have produced some tasty biscuits. …
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    It's useful to follow the discussions at international skeptics. One thing that now is touted by the critics (who is ridiculing Mills) is that if you take
    a uniform charged shell, the electrical potential inside it is constant or in other words, there…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from axil)


    No hate from me but I'm not too optimistic for Rossi to not be a scam or bad science. But let's see what's the obvious fact atm. Mills runs his device for over 10 minutes. At this point Mills knows it works because he claims high COP…
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Director)

    1-10kW, 10minutes yields 0.6 - 6 MJ
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    Liked Wyttenbach’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    The prediction was made 2 months before we had any spectrum.

    In general we should not relay on a single spectrum as it can be just mere luck with fitting.

    The 78keV is always way above background and is key for LENR. But Gammas…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    The true test of a theory is that it is predictive. The reason that Wyttenbach is working with us is that our work is providing a test-bed for his theory, and so far at least it is providing him with confirmations and us with…
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    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Whew just getting back to home late after a week of learning to think and visualize atoms and nucleons in 6 dimensions, just so we might calculate the energy of specific gamma emissions, and then search in countless gamma spectra to find a few of the…
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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    Dimensions can be miss leading. A rigid 3D body has 6 dimensions aka degrees of freedom. So we all steer our way in a 6D world. More so if you are a pilot.
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)

    That too, I think that this is what we need to do with QM and Standard model, back paddle and redesign. This is actually the hard part both with
    coding and here: leaving current QM ground with many man years investing and do a…
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)

    Well theories are used to predict, afterwords you will see that your prediction bear fruit or not, i'm not psycoligical, I code, and there might be bugs in my reasoning, meaning that I am sometimes right and sometimes wrong, but…
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    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I kind of envy your work, it has to be exciting, hard work but exciting. Thumbs up! Do you try to optimize the output? do you know about the statistical field of experimental design useful for optimising effects that has more or…
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    The best internal model we can have is that we all are sometimes right and sometimes wrong. This is the base of both being right and wrong at the same time.