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    Perhaps, but by whom? Paid by whom? And how done? And of which device?
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    JedRothwell

    Well, I am not an attorney, obviously... There is no predicting what judges will do-- they have wide latitude. I do agree that the legal system and its reliance on so-called experts for evidence can get so flaky that it is…
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    In Spring 2011, Levi reported via a Lewan article in Nyteknik (link on request) that he had obtained an average power of appx 18 kW for 12 hours with a peak of 135 kW (!) from a device the size of a tennis ball, all on what amounted to a desktop. …
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    In other words, they have only vapor, words and hype, and have never built and properly tested and demonstrated any high (or, to please Jed) medium power LENR device that works.
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    One can only hope that the court will eventually require such a test, perhaps with experts of its own choosing, perhaps from a prestigious government lab like Sandia or ORNL. This almost happened when the Sniffex company, makers of a…
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    Or maybe they are feeling some competitive pressure from Airbus' advancements in the LENR space?

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    Exactly what advancement are you referring to that are causing pressure on Boeing?
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    My first thought on seeing those were "You dolts!" about the Swedes and Levi. WHY OH WHY go to such difficult and error prone technology when simple fluid (mass) flow calorimetry using the original ecats was a much better way to find out if…
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    Madoff is an infinitely more credible and believable conman than Rossi, which is the biggest mystery of all in this "drama"---WHY supposedly experienced investors would fork over $10M with no due-diligence (I'd want my money back…
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    What was Bernie Madoff's? Sean McCarthy's (Steorn), John Hadjichristos of Defkalion's? Sure you can claim incompetence or insanity and fraud at the same time. People like Rossi run fairly dumb scams so that they pull in fairly…
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    I prefer watt-hours per cow-week. Otherwise you should say that the average power was N watts averaged over 24 hours, if that is what you mean. And even that is not precise because, as we know, there are three averages…
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    No. Nobody, no matter how gullible, who has an ounce of scientific education and good sense can look at the *longitudinal* history of Rossi's scam *and* his background of the previous twenty years and come away with that conclusion. There is…
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    Right!

    On page 200 and thereabout, they get all balled up in power and energy units - they confuse watts, kilowatts and kilowatt-hours. Even kilowatt hours per hour! The level of unnecessary detail and tangential garbage in…
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    ele Rossi **SAYS** he was exonerated. For the facts, see Krivit's pages. Rossi was not exonerated in the Petroldragon disaster. And his supposed prototype of the thermoelectric device which gave orders of magnitude more efficiency than current…
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    A choice fairy tale. Had they done that, they would have paid Rossi and become trillionaires. Where do you get this sort of BS? From mushrooms?
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    In this case, there actually was. All they had to do was insist on one proper test of the simple original ecat, done completely independent of Rossi by a test lab with utmost secrecy. Test labs do that sort of thing all the…
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    Not possible. The subsequent ecat and hot cat devices are too elaborate and too different from each other. The scamming method of each has to be calculated and tested separately and differently from the others. This whole mess has to be…
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    OK, I see it, thanks, in the PDF which the lawyers fortunately liberated. Their investors will love this, LOL. I bet the Woodford ones are already reacting. The bozos invested in an amazing assortment of things exceedingly unlikely to work based on…
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    I said: None of those quotes said this (from Rothwell): "Since you, Mary Yugo, brag about how you have read nothing about the research, "

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    As I said before, I have no interest in claims for small, low level, low power LENR effects. I know
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    Where did you see that? If they invested a penny in Goldes, it PROVES that they are abject morons. Goldes has making idiotic promises for three decades and has never produced ANYTHING noteworthy except for immense losses. A…
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    JedRothwell
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    Perhaps you could locate where I wrote that I bragged that I had read nothing and link it, or maybe stop lying about it?

    I read several papers recommended by you in the past -- I no longer remember which and that speaks for how…