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    Ascoli,

    Your fatal flaw in your analysis is that you think you see water levels, when you actually can't on these old degraded video tapes.

    And you have been tricked by light and shadows, as we clearly see in below pictures, where you think it's water…
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    MFMP dogbone thermal test, earlier FEM simulation result

    In support of the finding that the MFMP dogbone thermal power is not in agreement with the applied power, I post here the result of an early FEM simulation (Was I think posted on ECW before I…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    2 50Ti + D --> 102Pd could be a side reaction.
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)


    This falls back on you... You are the one that claims that the best experts in the world did not have your limited understanding...


    Do the inverse conclusion about your "scientific power" yourself...
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    We posted already quite many things about the mechanism we think that is at work. The theory is open and has been linked many times.

    Do not expect that this forum is the appropriate , first place to present a working device.

    We…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread 4D optics lasers.
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    (Quote from StephenC)


    Unluckily they stick to standard model math using SU(2)R X SU(2)L X U(1) where the can see symmetry braking but see no need to switch to SO(4)... to resolve the issue. As a consequence they only get some aspects of the solutions -…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)


    J5...You are right about the correspondence btw the 1965 results and the patent.
    Generalised conclusions are not possible..there is no calorimetry done
    The neutron emission data is not comparative.

    However a…
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    The paper I wrote while back (attached here) describes the Ti/H2 system pretty clearly I think.
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    Ascoli:

    The critisism and misunderstandings of Wilson and Morrison were cleared in the 90's, and these two never continued their critisism afterwards.

    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/Fleischmanreplytothe.pdf

    The Shanahan critisism where also answerred,…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Well Alan you are only partly correct. I think the idea that LENR is real is unlikely to be true. All the studies I have seen reporting it have 'fatal flaws', normally in the arena of force-fitting a conclusion to data that…
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    Not sure if this link works but it's to a paper ("Diurnal variation of radon progeny") and the abstract describes a similar cycle (high AM, low PM)...

    https://www.google.co.uk/url?s…-XlQ-&cshid=1542333222747


    Sorry I'm on a tablet that's making it hard…
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    Actually Prof. Mizuno developed very similar procedure with implanting Nickel/Palladium in Hydrogen at a mesh. Result could be very likely very same since Hydrogen could be just trapped between surfaces. And he obtained COP near 2 with Deuterium. So…
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)


    I was under the impression that you also think LENR is junk science. If it doesn't work, why should you be concerned that it might cause a safety problem for you and your colleagues? That doesn't really make sense, like…
  • Wyttenbach

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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)


    I guess you should once ask Boing what they think about possible LENR runaways of Li-ion batteries during a flight.


    7Li has a very low work-function to induce LENR. Additionally batteries can have high currents/strong fields…
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    seven_of_twenty

    Even Dewey Weaver -no friend to Rossi and thus a 'hostile witness' - has reported in this forum that there was a radiation event in Lugano, and another at an earlier test in Ferrara. But nothing seen after that. And I would also…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)


    May be you have forgotton that there was always a drift before the refill. After refill there was always decrease... Please read what Hansen says about the overall accuracy of the calorimeter! You also never refuted the claims …
  • Wyttenbach

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    (Quote from Ascoli65)


    More than a dozen of Labs did repeat the above extraordinary claims. They all found them being true including some military labs... All confirmed large excess energy of much higher than chemical level in amounts of Pd atoms…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread Unconventional electrolysis.
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    (Quote from can)


    Not parallel to the incoming current wires! Parallel to the electrolyte current!
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    (Quote from JeanM)

    My Designer tests me quite often... I recently had a house fire
    https://www.biblegateway.com/p…ter+4%3A12-19&version=ESV

    Sorry the δ17O/δ18O google finds are endless.. life is short.
    I hope the reviewers don't test you with…
  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread Unconventional electrolysis.
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    can : The magnet should be placed behind the electrodes (field parallel to current). If you assume the proton is acting then the cathode!