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  • Wyttenbach

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    (Quote from axil)


    axil : This is definitely wrong. You are to much focussed on Holmlids high-energy fusion, which is by no way proven LENR!

    May be you should show us a formula (= concrete physics!) how inside PtD a muon spontaneously gets created...…
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    Replied to the thread Directed muon beam weapons.
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    Burning Plutonium needs a very, very safe containment. Ask the people around the Fukushima. Reactor two was loaded with MOX to burn down Plutonium...

    Just to remind you any fission of heavy elements delivers a huge pile of…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    @ JED: That's the problem. They got quarterly Penon reports and didn't complain (about the travesty.. defect pressure meter..) until they got the final one.

    And complain means: "In written words signed and sealed with an…
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    JedRothwell

    Well, I am not an attorney, obviously... There is no predicting what judges will do-- they have wide latitude. I do agree that the legal system and its reliance on so-called experts for evidence can get so flaky that it is…
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    (Quote from axil)


    @ Axil: Nobody so far has explained what happens with a 4He nucleus that has no momentum and just an excess-energy below 20MeV. Electromagnetic radiation is not possible. But a 4D oscillating 4He nucleus will possible introduce a huge…
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    (Quote from Argon)


    There is a downside to everything including the thorium reactor. The proliferation rules enforced by the Nuclear Regulatory Agency relegate thorium as a nuisance additive to a uranium reactor. U235 must generate the neutrons required…
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    (Quote from sigmoidal)


    For some members of IH like Darden there is no risk telling this. They can always throw a poker ace like: I don't know physics...


    (Quote from Nigel Appleton)

    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Unluckily the burden of proof is on the IH…
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    (Quote from interested observer)


    Observing LENR denialism generally is more interesting, at least to me, especially among people who would not be disadvantaged in any way by the advent of LENR. I can understand why plasma physicists would deny it as it…
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    (Quote from Nigel Appleton)


    @AN: You just forget, that all useful reactors were built by IH...

    May be you should explain the intention behind your posts!


    We all would like that IH makes/agrees such an independent test of a big franky. May be You…
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    (Quote from Nigel Appleton)


    @NA: This assumption is totally wrong: AR sold (already 2013) his IP to IH. Only IH can decide whether such a test can be made or not.

    IH certainly will not allow any further (complete independent) tests until the trial is…
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    (Quote from axil)


    Hello Axil:

    I believe that you should not talk of proton decay. In LENR cascade reactions the energies available are high enough for spontaneous particle creation. If we see both +- Kaons then the particles were created out of the…
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    (Quote from hendersonmj)

    Today, the only stimulation is temperature change and pressure change. I am working on 2 different coils to add around the insulated reactor: 1) a multilayer solenoid to introduce a DC magnetic field, and 2) a single-layer…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    No Thankyou. The level of discussion only just scrapes by now. Two Trumps, one Madoff and a Rossi is full house enough.

    In all seriousness, Zero politics.
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    Trump promised: “We're going to win so much. You're going to get tired of winning. you’re going to say, ‘Please Mr. President, I have a headache. Please, don't win so much. This is getting terrible.’ And I'm going to say, ‘No, we have to make…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    DOC 215/3/page 192 says there were two


    · · · Q.· · The, the second one?
    · · · A.· · The digital manometer, that's correct.
    · · · Q.· · Okay.· But the first one was?
    · · · A.· · Yeah.· We don't know where the -- this is the…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Focardi's comment on this was along the lines of:- 'Andrea is incredibly intuitive, things that took me years to properly comprehend he seems to grasp immediately, and then prove he has grasped them by going one jump ahead.'

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    (Quote from Can)


    Here a direct downloadable link: https://worldwide.espacenet.co…=2013008219A2&KC=A2&ND=1#

    Advance to description and start the download. Google is just cheating you...
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    One of the pressure sensors failed very early in the test, as written I an AR e-mail to all IH people. But all instruments were doubled – also the thermocouples.
    Why Penon still used the failed one is a mystery. In the same…
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    Hi Jack. Well, the 'hard work' information is not based on anything but the comments of people who have actually worked alongside Rossi. Work alongside somebody and they can't fool you about the effort they put in for more than a few days, as I am sure…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    While I leave the 'brilliant' comment aside for the moment, nobody who has spent time in Rossi's company would cast any doubt on the 'hard working' part. His energy level and work ethic have left former colleagues both amazed…