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Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.Ah ... I was going to ask that elsewhere. Ed's ICCF talk said we should explore nano-machined slots in the 2-10nm range.
(I'm guessing that co-deposition in those slots is not feasible, so : gas loading?)
How DEEP do the slots need to be, and how long? …
The video linked from that page youtu.be/OB_JMm1uGDk?t=3778 is very interesting.
Bottom line: he detects a new "nuclear electron" particle with a mass of 3 * regular electron, which is either captured by another nucleus, or decays into a regular…
(Quote from Shane D.)
Very interesting. But I'd be scared to see them go down the rabbit hole of rewriting a huge chunk of modern science, rather than concentrating on "anomalous" effects, even if they can't be explained.
[ I posted that link in another topic, but I'm glad to see it promoted. ]
I'd be interested to see the equivalent neutron model.
Edit: this link suggests a positive-charge torus and a negative-charge torus
Even the two authors of that paper don't agree, so it contains two models (one in the appendix).
Totally out of my competence zone ... but this paper (Posted on Rossi's site) discusses a 2022 paper on the structure of the electron -- a charge moving in a "Zitterbewegung" circular orbit at the speed of light -- and proposes a similar structure for…
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread The perpetual “is LENR even real” argument thread..(Quote)
Nature Reviews Physics volume 3, pages462–465 (2021)https://www.nature.com/articles/s42254-021-00324-3
Bard gave me :
Do you have any information on a paper "Improved Calorimetry at China Lake" by Melvin H. Miles,
Sure. Here is the information you requested:
Title: Improved Calorimetry at China Lake
Authors: Melvin H. Miles, James R. Howell, and…
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread ChatGPT test at LENR-CANR.org.(Quote from stefan)
That paper is written by a "non physisist". I wouldn't trust it without a deep understanding of the subject matter.
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread ChatGPT test at LENR-CANR.org.How do you check something that complex for "hallucinations" ?
What's the total number of papers and pages?
It's the same, so I guess its not looking at the library.
For coding there was a huge difference from 3.5 to 4.
Relating to a question I asked in Ed Storm's topic about maximum loading creating cracks, I asked :
AF: Storms has reported that lenr takes place in gaps (or cracks) on the surface of metals such as palladium. How does maximum loading effect the…
I haven't tried accessing this ... but the concept is amazing!
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.Oh ... Google did a sweep of a zillion failed configurations.
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.I think it's time for THH to quantify his skepticism (an "unconfidence interval") .1:750,000 for experiment, what for denial?
Otherwise it's "If there's excess heat it must be a calorimetric error" or "the mice/rats drank the electrolyte'.
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.I think the chart I remembered is on page 20 of 2011
Labelled "Achieve High Maximum D/Pd Ratio (Loading). 0.94
vs the next chart for "Maintain High Average Loading [for a long time]
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.Didn't McKubre (?) show years ago that high loading was required at some point in the preparation cycle, and not at the time of operation. Most likely just to form cracks, through expansion, which could then be re-populated with low densities of H or D.
Have I got this right? It produces too MUCH energy? Melts photovoltaics, or requires a river of water boiling away?
Alan Fletcher Replied to the thread The Playground - No more Covid Games Please..(Quote from truth)
That may be technically true, but in my experience you "design" a circuit (ultimately down to individual logic gates), and then implement it as an FPGA, or as a custom chip. The process of "programming" a particular connection is…