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    1. Carlo Marcena January 17, 2019 at 5:09 AM Good morning.
      Andrea, I do not know anything about January 31st presentation. Nevertheless, I am asking you a “favour”: should you plan to have (in this presentation)a phase change of a coolant fluid, please
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    Here it comes...
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    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    New Atom-Ecology cold fusion reactor being machined in stainless steel with a thin gamma window. This new series of reactors provides for simultaneous heat, helium, and lovely gamma measurements. There is almost nothing I don't do with my trusty Swiss…
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    Those scientists involved in the shut-down of cold fusion prematurely will never apologize, and it doesn't matter. Cold fusion is the new house being built before we actually move in from the old one. We've got to get it going first, ASAP, before…
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    This excerpt from a recent UK 'Daily Telegraph' article might give you a flavour of what is going on. Not only are they holding teaching staff hostage, but they are spending the ransom money on themselves.

    The economists Dr…
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    You are supposing too much. The problem is that administrators use all the cash -ostensibly for research- for administrating, and there is little left for any actual research. So Unis eat like elephants and shit like mice.
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    I am going to be a little excited about
    the demo.
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    Frank is a cool cat and a good choice .for the job.
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    That shows you haven't read it. since it doesn't describe a device.

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    So where do you think "one of the best equipped laboratories anywhere" is? McDonalds?

    As for publishing in a peer-reviewed journal,…
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    And it is not enough that Wyttenbach has published (and applied for a patent for) a complete descriptive theoretical framework we have found to be experimentally predictive? And that we are to take our experiments to one o best…
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    IMHO the problem of replication observed with Pd-D systems, and in particular the 'missing link' that AlainCo mentions are due to the variability of materials, which is in turn partly because of changes in the method that Johnson Matthey (and possibly…
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    Adrian,

    Sorry about that. The "Dr." part gets me every time! Guess that is why I married one. :)

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    What a load of psycho babble. As you can't even get it right about which E-Cat Rossi was looking at when he got a dose of radiation, you are too casual with the facts - like psychologists are. (80% of their papers were not…
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    Not so simple really, and the effort required not so modest. It took Russ 30 years to develop the IP behind the Atom-Ecology approach, so a case of 'easy when you know how'. But a very long and arduous learning curve. On the…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    We have no concerns about this- we are not dealing with biased remote viewers quoting wrong figures from an armchair, but real experts with high-class instrumentation up close and personal. The story above is a re-hash of the old ' If it works as you…
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    They, as in government agencies on 2 continents, just invited George, with his AE reactors, to come visit. Only one visited the Dairy Farm prior AFAIK.

    That is a start to the process of admitting it is real. Crossing fingers.
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    (Quote from Lou Pagnucco)


    It looks like they tried out all methods with the basic LENR mechanism. Of course this patent does not disclose enough to reproduce the effect they claim to see as the resonance voltage of deuterium is well defined. They also…
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    https://revolution-green.com/the-tetrapak-problem/



    by Simon Derricutt | Dec 20, 2018 | Hydrogen, Recycling | 1 Comment

    Subsequent to the Trolysis post a couple of days ago, Alan Smith wrote to me to say he thinks his process will also recycle Tetrapaks.…
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    Liked RussGeorge’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Thanks for the kind words of the people who like my work and the sharing of key atom-ecology ideas and information that I have released. While some 'armchairians' might yearn for more crisps to be hand fed to their maws, plenty of those who have voted…
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    To be fair to Russ; while he may have only given us a small dose of what he knows, he is not holding back much, if anything, from the right people. Those are the people, and organizations that will help him start unraveling the…