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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    I dont get all these "...after all the time and money spent on this..." comments. How in gods name do you know how long it should take to control this reaction?? You are like my boss: Everything should be done in about a month - hard tasks can take two…
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    I like this quote from the paper Robert linked:
    ...Prior todiscovery of the Lamb Shift, calculating the mass of an electron produced an infinite, andtherefore meaningless, result. Theorists used the experimentally measured mass of an electron to replace
  • Its amusing to watch THHnew try to wriggle out of his erroneous statements

    "QED predicted the Lambshift"
    No it didn't. History says no emphatically

    PreLamb QED was discrepant with the Lamb shift
    Bethe adjusted QED to explain the Lambshift …
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    Mass spec, reactor and a lot of messy-looking plumbing. Nearly ready to rumble, just waiting for cold trap parts (between reactor and mass spec) and also babying this through the next round of vacuum testing.
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    (Quote from stefan)



    I had a first look at it: The structure that pops up is similar (equivalent!) to the equations used for the force corrections.

    The derivation is may be high over the heads of many as you do not give some explanations like the range for…
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    (Quote from Andras)

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    Wyttenbach

    I did another try today in formulating a EM - QED connection, it was great fun not sure if it works though but Wyttenbachs SO(4) seam to pop up as well.

    In order to have some nice markup I placed it at PhysStackExchange
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    It is a bit odd to me that LENR believers tend to discredit BLP, while championing LENR. If you compare the two, and assume both are not the junk science outsiders claim, BLP has made far more progress; i.e. more transparent, validated multiple times,…
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    Mizuno, T. and J. Rothwell. Increased Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel (PowerPoint slides). in The 22nd International Conference for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-22. 2019. Assisi, Italy

    PowerPoint slides in Handout format with notes…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    This is great news. But putting 50kg of gallium into the reactor as "a heat sink" tells me, that they have problems controlling the reaction. They are artificially increasing the termal time constant of the system - probably because…
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    A coffee break and Akito Takahashi is speaking about the MHE reactor.
    Odd things have occurred: The CNZ7 reactor gets "expanded" by runs, there was broken gas guide in the CNZ7, and white deposites on upper flange aft CNZ7.

    Maximum Excess power tops…
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    Navid
    I am pretty sure that not many people looked so deep into GUTCP as Wyttenbach. And he gives Mills credit for what he achieved and is building up on many of his results. GUTCP is not very clear on many aspects. This does not mean that MIlls is…
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    Not so tacitly:

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    Replied to the thread New Patent Filed by Leif Holmlid.
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    Interesting. But R. Mills described these processes way earlier than Holmid. The difference is that Mills calls H(0) hydrino. But great he also found these insights in his own lab.
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    A theoretical open access paper by Holmlid got published today, with deep implications for cosmological processes related with the Big Bang:

    https://doi.org/10.1007/s10509-019-3632-y


    Ultra-dense hydrogen H(0) as dark matter in the universe: new
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)


    As always: these videos are not for you. These videos are for the people who follow BLP and who assume no fraudulent behavior. They mentioned the input power for older systems - I assume that the input power was tuned down…
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    Cydonia .

    In around 3 years of intensive work we have achieved some significant things. As well as the hydrogen and LENR work (which we are stepping up to a new level with the addition of a Mass Spec and Turbo vacuum gear) I have developed and bench…
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    Liked Wyttenbach’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)


    10'000 Amps times max 15Volts for 3/1000 of a second times 10/s according old publications. Not a very high COP but enough for his investors. As said maximum 500eV per H*-H* is not much compared to fusion of D*-D* with…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    That gives 4,5kw mean input power. My memory told me "max 6kw" input power => COP > 6.6 with a 40kW signal. Good thing with BLP is that they published their scientific milestones pretty fast in the past. RM is a writing machine.…
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    120 gallons boiling in an hour (or did it boil before)? I cant do the math - dont know what a gallon is :-)




    My BLP newsgroup says 80kw for boiling it in 30min (boiling seems to occur in the middle of the video) and half when assuming 60min. Pretty good…
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    A one hour run is a great step forward. And he mentioned that they kept the internal temperature steady. With this kind of system a steady temperature is probably hard to achieve:
    https://brilliantlightpower.co…n-powered-by-the-suncell/

    Seems like a…