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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    There is no 6 digit precision... NOT AT ALL. THH is mistaken
    If one reads the arxiv article by Durr et al ,2015 including the supplementary material

    it gives a choice of values for the n - p mass difference.
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    We could ask for opinions on how to better Moderate this forum, and get 50 different answers. The best feedback we get is from the growing membership ranks, the number of active threads open, and the inside information…
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    It looks to be room temperature, and the researchers have decent MS equipment.
    Maybe a gamma spectrometer would be useful.?
    Looks to be easily reproducible..no electrolysis...no special reactor
  • 39K + 2H --> intermediate 41Sc that finally decays back to 41K .

    But the intermediate 41Sc state is much to energetic and possibly emits a proton. This is very likely because both 41Sc and 40Ca have strong magnetic states (4MeV) what allows to get rid…
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)


    Why can't Ascoli65 be more assertive
    Don't rely on Oystia.
    Don't be humble.. Assert Ascolian algebraicity.
    Reveal the profundity behind the pixels +?
    The world, Italy and MIT are waiting. ~Five mornings to go till
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    Replied to the thread How do you convince a skeptic?.
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    the interested victim..? iv
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    Replied to the thread How do you convince a skeptic?.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Kirkshanahan may already have tried to submit the papers.
    the Electrochemical Society Journal has a high impact factor--~3.66
    The ActaThermochimica had an IF of 0.8 in 2002,, going up to about 1.2 in 2005

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    A while back, I asked Kirk why he never submitted his CCS/ATER theories to any of the Electrochemical Societies, such as this one https://www.electrochem.org/ As I recall, he said he just did not want to. That made no sense to me. He has spent 20 years…
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    Replied to the thread How do you convince a skeptic?.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    One problem is that THHuxleynew appears to have made a variaton the Kirkshanahan theories.
    His statement
    "CCS errors from this cell of an ATER type would follow from the special active environment on
    the electrodes created
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    For ATER there may be merit in this explanation.
    I guess D2 being heavier would diffuse a bit slower than H2 in palladium.
    This could explain why with deuterium you might get much lesser hypothetical ATER than…
  • robert bryant

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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Thanks so much for that effort.
    Unfortunately you have not shown me as I requested how

    "CCS errors from this cell of an ATER type would follow from the special active environment on
    the electrodes created from the D