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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Here is a single paper review of such things and a list of about 150 papers with notation of which criteria they "replicated".

    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/CravensDtheenablin.pdf
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    Adrian, far be it from me to give you any advice, but perhaps you should actually try to defend Rossi with arguments in his favor instead of simply attacking his critics. Those are not the same thing, you know.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Yes, good editing, but I normally get more out of talking to people in the halls and going out to dinner with them or driving them from the airport. Most (but some exceptions) of the talks are things that are already available.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    How to know if they are the same- go to the conferences and ask. It amazes me that people bitch about not knowing this or that, not having the data, and never once have they taken steps to ask the primary sources.
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    Can you point me to actual data, information of what Rossi did with biofuel and what its status is now? What actually did he do?

    My understanding is that you can simple add most vegetable oils to diesel oil at low percentages (peanut and soy are…
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    The first Diesel engines ran on Peanut oil.
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)

    Actually, most machines consume less than 1 kW, and a large fraction of machines consume less than 100 W, such as LED lights, radios, computers, and cell phones. Also, power from small sources is worth more per watt than…
  • Maxwell’s equations – one glaring problem is that in many developments the math requires infinitesimal charges and magnetic fields in the integrations. However, it is known that charge is quantized.

    See work by Milne as reported in:
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    I guess I will buy some Aremco 634_AL anyways.

    I can test for a difference in the apparent temperature on the resistor insert-fill side of the case to detect if emissivity varies significantly, though.
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    Some of those how wattage "sand" power resisters have a "backside" that is a different color (think emissivity) than the label side with the black marking. So if you use a control to compare outputs with the IR be sure you have them so different sides…
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    JM Products could destroy all his competitors because the alone company on the Earth that can produce (starting right now) his products using the most cheap energy (1MW of heat available paying only 20kW) but...

    big surprise! JM Products is INACTIVE &…
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    (Quote from Bob)

    Yes Adrian, just as was predicted.

    You can give no substantial facts about why one should believe Rossi. When confronted with the mountains of evidence that he lies, you simply attack the messenger.

    You do not seem to have ANY…
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)


    Adrian, how about this:

    Andrea Rossi
    • May 4, 2017 at 2:42 PM
      Yrka:
      In the US we already have a factory where we already are manufacturing industrial products.
      In Sweden we are not yet ready to start a production, but we
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)


    I heard of Andrea Rossi and his claims, and your claims, many many times, this year and many years ago, as you can easily read here in this thread. No one saw a product to make (yet), just claims and home depot / duct tape…
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    Rossi wrote:
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    Rossi always says stuff like this. In fact, speed in coming to market means nothing. Patents do. And Rossi does not have a single one to protect him. All he has are dumb ones like the patent for some sort of heater where the…
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    I agree with THH that whether Rossi is building a factory is largely irrelevant. However, if he is establishing such a facilty in the US, there must be permits, licenses, and various official filings with respect to employees. Unless he is operating as…
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    You are doing your habitual misdirective switcheroo here.

    True skeptics can never be sure Rossi has nothing, nor sure of anything else in the real world, whereas they might be willing to say 100% that in a given axiomatic…
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    I am still confused, I don't see that I said it was worthless. That is just your forced interpretation.
    IH may have lost nothing, but that is not the same as saying it was all worthless. Example- I am not at all sure that some of the original…
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)

    It is interesting that you now know what I think. You are reacting in unexpected ways.

    Example, lets say you go to a school reunion and someone comes up to you and says I am married and even have some great grandkids now.…
  • oldguy

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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)

    What?? When did I mention license and territory. (to a search on my name and "territory" and you will find no posts). When did I say "worthless" ???? Obviously Rossi did get money out of IH so it is not "worthless" even…