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    Job, stable job for whole decades. Jeez, what else could it be? The bigger project, the more stable job it promises. And for supporting companies as well.

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    Then they should be excited from LENR. ITER is useless from this perspective,
  • During recent time the Russians often publish patents on LENR technolology - but these patents have no factual basis in any foreseeable business plan, the scientific research the less. They merely act like greedy patent trolls or mafia, which is trying…
  • (Quote from Shane D.)


    Anybody that understands a bit more than graduate physics, can see/understand that hot D/T fusion is a complete nonsense. Even if it will be possible to reach a positive COP, you will produce nothing else than continuous,…
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)


    @PDM: Any fluid has an evaporation pressure given by its temperature. I would used it as the backpressure. Further: Only halve of the kinetic energy directly goes into pipe flow motion. Thus the density above evaporation can…
  • Sad to see that AR did learn nothing. Even if it is finally a non issue an overheating power-supply is a bad sign. Depending on the waveform he used any measurement of ohm's are bare nonsense.


    He shall provide a battery (work off grid) and a bunch of…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread Opinions on BLPs molecule results.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    There is one good point in the paper THH referenced. The method used is 6-dimensional, what is needed for nuclear energies.


    The remainder only proves that QM has absolutely no clue about the underlying physics. The authors do…
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)


    Eric Walker : If don't understand the base formulas just tell us... They are used everywhere to derive the mass from gravity, alpha and c.


    Regarding Mills Helium calculations: I own the original (Mills-) spreadsheet…
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    Replied to the thread Opinions on BLPs molecule results.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    @THH: This is perfect FUD: No sample but a decisive opinion...

    Eric : Confusing about the neutron-electron mass ratio...

    For the kindergarden people:

    The neutron/electron mass ratio can be derived by building the quotient of…
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    Replied to the thread Opinions on BLPs molecule results.
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    (Quote from Epimetheus)


    I explain it once more:

    The QM formalism works pretty good as long as there are no – non linear - interaction energies. Unluckily for QM, in deeper orbits, below Bohr level, these interaction energies grow with 1/r3. Thus…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from stefan)


    We all should thank Stefan that he still is willing to discuss about serious math with people arguing on kitchen-woman level.

    During the last halve year I worked through GUT-CP, in special through the particle physics part.

    There…