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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Bill Gates was definitely a key visionary during the 80's and 90's. I have the upmost respect for his abilities since he was the top technical leader as I grew up. However, his company Microsoft includes many decision makers…
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    The problem I have with this analysis is that ITER is an experiment designed by physicists and not a power plant as it doesn't produce electricity. It is clearly designed to have extra measurement, calibration, monitoring, and safety…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Yes, Microsoft was a leader 20 years ago. The reason Microsoft fell behind and the reason so many other companies that were leaders in the 90's are no longer in business is that they didn't embrace new technology fast enough. …
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    (Quote from bocijn)

    Has this been replicated or verified by multiple independent reputable authorities? Have any experiments been performed to verify this? It seems somewhat speculative to me.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    The total amount of byproducts for the full experiment and the instantaneous rate of production of byproducts at any time during the experiment must match the claimed power level above the measurement error level. If not, the…
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    (Quote from bocijn)

    300W D-D would produce a great deal of byproducts. Were these measured?
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    A difference is that you continue to point to results from the 1990's, 2000's, and perhaps even 1989 as verifications. The results from IH and Coolescense(sp?) were within the last two years or so. The result from Hydrofusion's…
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    I consider all claims of positive LENR to be incorrect or inconclusive at best. This is because all these claims have failed at the highest level of scrutiny. MIT, Caltech, IH, Coolescense(sp?), and Hydrofusion's representative are just a few who have…
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    I follow both fusion( called hot fusion here) and these claims of CF/LENR which I find inconclusive at best. The next hot fusion reactor up is the Wendelstein 7 thing. This thing doesn't gain as much attention as ITER, EAST, NIF, etc because they are…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    It did not clearly say in the report if the results were replicated or not. Until those results were replicated or tested by someone else, I would put a "question mark" next to them them.
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    Well, apparently, the MFMP has received pledges of over $1million if their latest international trip results in a successful test. I am not 100% certain about the details, but that is a fairly high sum from a community such as this. My prediction is…
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    Here is a brief summary of Etiam's history in 2016-2017 from the below link:

    http://www.etiam.fi/news/

    March 2016 : Etiam released an in house report claiming they had achieved CF/LENR in

    the range of a few dozen watts excess energy. It doesn't…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Ok, sir. As long as you read it, as I have read a great number of the pro-CF documents, then we can agree to disagree with each other's opinion.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Did you even read the report from Coolescense(sp)? They had negative views of many CF/LENR claims including those of Miles. Not pointing specifically at any scientist but they do make errors from time to time. By adding up the…
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    (Quote from ele)

    The burden of proof is on you, ele. Please show a theory and replications of that theory by reputable, independent organizations to make your point. I also have papers I haven't posted links to yet which further prove my point.
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    (Quote from bocijn)

    Heh. When I first saw this image, I thought it was a new LENR reactor.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    I understand your point. However, given that the hundreds of millions of dollars already invested in CF/LENR have turned up nothing that is marketable or perhaps even believable, what more do you want? This company used advanced…
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    Here is a link to their analysis of another claim of CF where they attribute the excess heat claim to an incorrect calibration item.


    http://www.coolescence.com/201…of-mmiles-experiment.html

    I applaud them for the great work they did in revealing the…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Here is the official statement from their website which I thought I would post before it is removed

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    Surface Science. Hydrogen Energy R&D.


    Coolescence LLC is a privately funded research company located in Boulder, Colorado.…
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    (Quote from Dewey Weaver)

    Is this from a press release? Or is IH about to put out a press release?