Epimetheus Member

  • Member since Mar 31st 2016
  • Last Activity:
Posts
134
Likes Received
134
Points
829
Profile Hits
1,191
  • Epimetheus

    Liked stefan’s post in the thread BLP update.
    Like (Post)
    The best internal model we can have is that we all are sometimes right and sometimes wrong. This is the base of both being right and wrong at the same time.
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    That is not true THH and you know it. You need an "international academy of science" to officially acknowledge LENR as a real and official science. Before that you would say that the experimen)t (no matter how good it was) was…
  • Epimetheus

    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
    Post
    (Quote from RussGeorge)


    I agree with everything you say except for this sentence. Compared to the average of internet forums this forum is an example of a well moderated and "civilized" forum. You can learn a lot here. If this forum raises your blood…
  • Epimetheus

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
    Like (Post)
    Russ wanted to name them all after the Royals. I said at least some of them would be too wet and others too difficult to control, and they would all consume a disproportionate amount of our resources.
  • Epimetheus

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
    Like (Post)
    Here's a proper 'lab-rat' LENR system- almost at the end of debugging and just beginning calibration. 8 individual 'hot tube' reactors carefully matched during construction, with upgraded insulation and common power supply, each one with up to 3…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    I cannot judge this, but I think in his current plan to move forward your opinion is (unintentionally) adressed: he is pursuing the galium path with the suncell heater and the silver path with the MHD design. So it is not far…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    axil : jip. See comment of sept. 5 video in "videos" section on the BLP homepage. I think the problem is with the continuous supply of the H2 and inhomogenuous spread of H2 in argon. I asked a question regarding the control possibilities of reaction…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from Bob)



    That is quite easy to understand. He is not talking about the world first generation of a plasma, but the world first generation of a plasma caused by a hydrino reaction in a device that tries to harness the hydrino reaction. His
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    A few information about the run with the melting cell:


    From: James Bowery
    Subject: Re: [SocietyforClassicalPhysics] Today's SunCell Run
    The burn-through spot is visible as an oval lighter discoloration in the reaction vessel prior to the start of the…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from Bob)


    These videos are not for advertising purposes. They show some progress to the well educated long term followers. You get the necessary context if Dr. Mills embeds the videos into one of his one million page power point presentations and…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from stefan)


    Yeah, but it is a great step forward and they are going to learn a lot about the process in the coming months (and years). They are expecting a borosilicate glass dome to withstand the mechanical, thermal and chemical stress better…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    Yeah, only that you see the flash of light caused by the electricity in the video and you can see a completely different behavior of the violet glowing hydrogen "cloud". The brilliant afterglow is pretty far away from the conducting gallium stream.

  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Someone who wants a rate of renewables of >90%, to reduce CO2 emission by 80% and try to do everything possible to stop the melting of the poles.


    To answer your question: nobody :-)

    My objection to Max Nozins comment was just of…
  • Epimetheus

    Post
    (Quote from Max Nozin)


    I dont think this is true. You dont need storage, you just need controllable energy - conventionel power stations with fast response times: A great bunch of gas power stations running at 10% of their max power output for most of…
  • (Quote from interested observer)

    Then you are not seeing very far. All of my statements are based on actual experimental results that have been repeated hundreds of times in different labs. As I said, temperatures and power density equivalent to a…