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  • Wyttenbach

    Replied to the thread Trump and Energy Policy.
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    (Quote from Zephir_AWT)


    If you buy an US Diesel car with blue motion then with one tank refill you possibly burn a one year ration of Corn (bio fuel) that a man in Africa will miss. Further on, for cleaning the waste gases you add fertilizer that the…
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    Replied to the thread Trump and Energy Policy.
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    (Quote from Mike Wryley)


    @Are you quoting a trump paper??
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    Replied to the thread Edmund Storms: Q&A ON THE NAE.
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    (Quote from axil)



    Sometimes nobody can understand what is said... The hen is not the source of the egg, the egg is the source of the hen!
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread The Playground.
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      • "(And what also clearly shows that Rossi had never more than the others had before he started.. )"
    Have another go at this sentence if you would, old chap, it is too convoluted for a simpleton like me.
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    Replied to the thread Can we talk about Holmlid?.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    There are papers (which Axil linked many times) claiming that the D filled cracks in Pd show SC like behavior. But, just like...
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    Replied to the thread The Playground.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    @THH : What is obviously wrong: Bdw: I did dot read the manual: I asked Optris tech support... Something you never did and as a 'serious' expert should have done first hand...

    Don't start a new trolling discussion. With the…
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    Dewey,

    How can you not have known that Exhibit 5 has been in the docket since August? Jed brings up Exhibit 5 in about every other post. Murray has been the topic of discussion for months and months. This whole situation is like twlightzone kind of…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    It is not weird to try to head off discussions that will predictably lead to endless debate over claims on topics only indirectly related to LENR. You have the energy to bat down every claim that climate skeptics will make, but…
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    (Quote from Rigel)

    #1 and 2 are ruled out, because when a new scientific fact is discovered, no one knows anything about it. There can be no "deep understanding" of a newly discovered facts of nature. The whole point of science is to discover new things,…
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    Speaking of weird, Japan is forging ahead with fitting fuel cells to ordinary dwellings (space permitting) Toshiba, Panasonic and others aided by generous government subsidies have fitted over 120,000+ gas/air fuel cells already. They end-feed the…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Note that you have to gradually replace generator plants anyway. They wear out. You might as well build gas fired plants, wind turbines and solar cells instead of coal plants. Natural gas is cheaper than coal, which is why the…
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    Replied to the thread The Playground.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    @THH: Did you correct your report using the correct Optris formula with T3 emissivity? Or do you still base it on your wierd assumptions - like T2.. ??

    Fixed the name for you. Eric
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    (Quote from MrSelfSustain)

    This is like saying that hydroelectricity is useless because there is no way you can directly power a vehicle with a flow of water from a river, with a long hose, let us say. Solar power is not suitable for a vehicle. Neither…
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    Replied to the thread Trump and Energy Policy.
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    (Quote from MrSelfSustain)


    @MSS: Calm down: If Trump would start reconstruction work as fast as discrimination of birth control, then we would applause. I agree that Hillary would have been the worse choice and that's the Crux: Why could the US-citizens…
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    Replied to the thread Trump and Energy Policy.
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    (Quote from MrSelfSustain)



    Samsung will not go the Trump way. They anounced a new battery technolgy that doubles the range of E-cars. Toyota and other use fuel cells, which are also more efficient than fuel burning cars. Even Google (US) is testing a…
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    (Quote from Mike Wryley)

    That is not a fact. It is an alt-Right ignorant assertion contrary to proven scientific facts. Such statements have no role in a discussion group devoted to science. You should move that to political forum devoted to lying about…
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    Well, at least I can agree with you that "the story is over" in terms of anything particularly useful information regarding Ni-H-LENR coming out of this case. However, showing that Rossi is a con man (and likely delusional) has…
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    You're citing this post of Me356 after then - and this post clearly reports about plasma experiments already.
    If you think, you could prove your point with another post of Me356 please just submit the link in the same way, like I just did.

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    Replied to the thread Edmund Storms: Q&A ON THE NAE.
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    (Quote from AlainCo)


    There is far more work needed to decide about this. Small particles no longer have all phonon-wave modes availlable. There are myriads of papers in all fields investigating the benefits (dangers) of nano-particles.

    Here an internal…
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    Replied to the thread MFMP has found a gem in Star Dust.
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    (Quote from MikeFid)


    Jennisons reasoning is close to R. Mills one. The difference is that Jennison looks at a mass-distribution and Mills at the charge distribution.

    The reasoning about mass - in the case of the electron - can be missleading, because…