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    AA: Are you sure you watched the video? Basically the input power was determined by the voltage drop across a 1 ohm resistor in series with the reactor. This gave the current flowing though the circuit. The power used by rector is effected by its
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)


    Yet more distraction - interesting but totally OT for this thread. It could happily be posted on another thread Adrian.

    How about sticking with the (non-babble) by answering questions?
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    Adrian: this answer is a rhetorical device which completely avoids the question, while diverting attention towards possible defects in others.

    Neither Bruce-H here nor I are babblers by the above definition, we have both…
  • oldguy

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    from: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/WO2018119352A1.html as you recommended.

    Again, where does it say "they did considerable research and testing and that it worked" ??????

    Let's see your reference and exact quote as you
  • oldguy

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    First that is not the "recent one" but filled in 2016 (US).
    Second it does not use a wafer in a closed cylinder as required by Rossi.

    It deals with plated materials (independent claim 1). Plating drastically alters the…
  • oldguy

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    Stop the babble and misdirection. Give specific references. A lot of patents have been mentioned. You seem to whan people to give exact quotes and references but you never do. You said "in a recent patent"- which one.…
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    Please give specific patent reference.
    Which patent and which claim and how does that claim link to Rossi?

    Could it be that it is in a patent that uses technology that is not previously claimed by Rossi?
    For example, some of…
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    I found the reason they used the empty reactor very interesting and believable .... the story I heard is that they used one labeled 9 instead of a 6.

    ...... sneaky those "thieving Russians" (satire intended) who Rossi said…
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    Significant technical issue?

    AA: Rossi worked on the QX reactor for a long time and (as many times before) said he would demonstrate it , and then did so. There were two measurements he didn't show at Stockholm, that he aid were proprietary, and as I
  • oldguy

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    I doubt there is any "considerable proof" -
    If there was proof then why not clearly give it instead of just babbling.



    " It is a tale, full of sound and fury,. Signifying nothing." Macbeth
  • oldguy

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    Oh, it is "not true" that you think that Rossi claims to have "something great" and a "commercial product" sometime in the future: example Jan 19. Is that what you are saying now? You offer no data, no facts- it sure seems…
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    And we know your views on Rossi - that he claims to have something great and claims that a commercial product will be in the future with massive manufacturing. So "why do you then babble on". Just let it alone and wait…
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    More a case of many unconnected ‘entrepreneurs’ having huge amounts of cash in the 80’s that needed putting somewhere. Something like one fifth of all US banknotes where stored in the vaults of Miami banks for a time. Some…
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    Rossi does not need such complexity. He chooses followers who are totally uninterested in or incapable of measuring power.

    A good story late at night in a smart restaurant (as we heard from Marci's revealing blog is Rossi's speciality) is worth a…
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    The babblers think Rossi is guilty until proven innocent and also that that is impossible. It is not a logical position.


    Perhaps your confusion here is that you do not understand weight of (inductive) evidence, and the importance of induction in…
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    Don't forget I said the mass of the entire system not just the sample size.
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    Yes, and if it is run long enough so that we can rule out chemistry-
    say >50 MJ/ kg for the entire system mass calculated from the integrated
    amounts.
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    More precisely, it was found to be a completely non-functional collection of odd parts as demonstrated clearly by Darden's inadvertent test of an unfueled reactor which "performed" with the same COP as Rossi had claimed for fueled on under…
  • Maybe an interesting article on hydrogen in Pd and influence of gold alloying.
    Gold plating seems important in some expertyiments. i remember of Dennis Letts about that.



    Materials that absorb hydrogen are used for hydrogen storage and purification,
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    How do you thermalize gammas with water flow ? Thermalize neutrons perhaps but gammas?