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  • oystla

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    Ascoli;
    I believe your green and Blue lines are incorrect.

    As I said before, the video have degraded from 1992 until it was digitized some 17 years later.

    It is not possible to see the actual water levels from pictures.

    Flweischmann had an easier job…
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    if there had been a copy of it without the blue arrows"

    Well, yes there is. The F&P paper you would like to analyse has a linked video without the blue arrows. A video that should be used, and not the non authorised video produced by Krivit with blue…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli,

    There are a video showing Pons at ICCF3.

    As you can see, NO blue arrows, one white arrow, a watermark that says LINE.

    So very different from video produced by Krivit, who probably added blue arrows to illustrate what he thought would be…
  • oystla

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    Teller on cold fusion 🤓:

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    I do not remember any case in my lifetime in science when so many experts have differed for such a long time on such relatively simple and inexpensive experiments.....I feel like the visitor looking at the giraffe and
  • oystla

    Liked JedRothwell’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Edward Teller was privately on the trail of cold fusion for more than 20 years before the 1989 Pons and Fleischmann 'cold fusion' announcement. He had accumulated evidence for his mysterious particle which I discovered in the early 1990's and he so…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli: " It's very unlikely that the arrows have been added by Krivit."

    No on the contrary, it is very likely. The video starts by stating "produced by Krivit", and when the blue arrow marks appear the video there is also another bluish toned…
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    When remembering Edward Teller, we may add his connection to cold fusion :-) :

    His treatment of cold fusion seems to be a good example of how a scientist should really behave: Curious, open for new ideas, dare to go outside present science and think…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli,

    There seems to be some fatal flaws in your analysis:

    1. The video you have analysed with blue arrows etc is a video made by Steven Krivit.

    The video that is linked in the F&P paper has no such blue arrows painted on.

    I suspect the blue…
  • oystla

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    Kirkshanahan:

    "But Fleischmann did just that (at least he tried to)."
    NO need for harassment here!

    I will repeat what you surely read:
    The magnetic tape video was of course of a lot better quality in 1992, when Fleischmann used it. It would of course…
  • oystla

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    Robert Horst:
    1. Agreed: Timestamps seems from 0-23:59, so one need to now the 0 time to line them up.
    And Ascoli refer to a Zero point in time, but I see no reference in the Paper to the starting time.
    To me This makes Ascolis “analysis” flawed. He…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli,

    Since you think my posts are too long, we can take it in bits ;-)


    As I stated, your copied graph includes excess heat after just a few days in that particular test. And you don't see it?


    It is actually plotted on your referred graphs, see if you
  • oystla

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    Ascoli, I do not think it's straight forward to use glimpses of videos, since it is not clear when topping up of the cells ended.

    Anyhow, I do not think you should consider your focused paper to necesarily be the most important paper of F&P. F&P papers…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli, when I wrote cherry-picking, I referred to the article 🤓.

    And I don't think digitizing a video necessarily degrades a video much. But storing a magnetic tape for 17 years will degrade the quality, depending on the storage. It is obvious that…
  • oystla

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    Huxley:

    "Maybe the specific physical effect which is interpreted as excess heat (with, from the boiling phase of this experiment, no evidence) happens only for D and Pd."

    Really? So dO you have some new mechanism that may provide 300% excess heat,…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli:

    You are good at Cherry-picking 😉

    Vaporization of 2,5 moles requires in average of 41,5 kj/mol or some 104 KJ for 2,5 mole or some 29 Wh energy. Vaporization of 2,5 moles in the last 10 minutes then require 174 watt average power.

    And as we…
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    Huxley; "But there are many possible differences between the various controls used here and active cells that could affect how much boiling there ........."

    The important fact here is that F&P NEVER experienced excess heat in their Many control cells…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli:

    Regarding your

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    1 - Misinterpretation of dry-out timing and mechanism
    2 - Evolution of the water contents inside cell 2
    3 - A closer look at the boil-off phase of cell 2
    4 - Videos reveal the real behavior during boil-off of Cell 1
    5 - The
  • oystla

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    Ascoli: "Presumably Lonchampt made the same error"

    Presumably not, and also, since both Fleischman and Lonchhampt found excess heat before reaching Boiling point, your main idea of foam error is an incorrect assumption.

    Anyhow, others using closed…
  • oystla

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    Ascoli:

    Illustrating average of voltage and current on a graph is not the same as saying they calculated power from average of current and voltage.

    Fleischman where more intelligent that most people. They would of course be aware of this especially…