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    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    Robert: I was referring to Alan and not you as a Brit.

    Re cults: I have not claimed the existence of cults related to LENR, rather stated that some behaviour is cult-like and should be avoided. I don't see this is a war, or a negotiation, merely me…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Alan, please read my replies above, then, while of course as a fellow Brit I find your dryer than Martian surface humour entertaining, it might mislead some here, please be specific and explicit yourself.
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    The F&P paper very badly documents the experimental results that it discusses.

    And your quote:

    "Personally I find it somewhat cult-like that the flakiest part of a very badly documented experiment ."

    is misleading in that it…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Robert: I think you are making assumptions here. My general statement does not refer to any specific results, so could not be justified by reference to them.


    However, your comment here provokes another general statement.

    A…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    That is a good question Jed.

    I mean difficult to produce and therefore difficult to detect.


    While I agree that a replicable controllable effect could easily be detected, once you have an effect that cannot be controlled, that…
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)



    And that is exactly the point. Were the claimed XSH effect easily replicable, rather than mysterious and difficult to find, it would by now be agreed by all, or diagnosed as an understood error.


    The same applies to AS et als…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    I can't see why in the quotation from me, since you and them are opposing tribes!
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    Dear Oystla,

    A word of advice. Ascoli is quite precise in what he is saying. You do yourself, and your cause (if you consider showing F&P's paper to be good science your cause) no favours by replying away from the point.

    "The only experimenter, that
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    First of all, can you tell me where the 10 minutes come from?

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    Yes, very very low, less than 1 cm, judging on the basis of the first blue arrow, which - in the boil-off phase of each cell - appears in the explanatory…
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    Liked Bruce__H’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    Shane D.

    I would prefer it if you would just say in clear English whatever you feel you can say about this.

    Sorry if I sound grouchy but there is a tendency on this thread to speak in a weird poetic way about things that really should be dealt with…
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    Umm...I don't have to imagine. We do that here daily. What will happen if you raise the temperature enough is the container will rupture. A coated particle is just a very small vessel. Same concerns…
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)


    Some weirdness here from you or them, since VXI gives power (W) not energy(J). I guess we are multiplying by some known time. But input energy accuracy will depend on the precision of Ecell and 1.54 so since they are subtracted…
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    The foam issue is not the only problem with the HXH (boil off) phase in the Fleischmann 1992 ICCF paper.


    The Enthalpy Input calculation says:
    "By electrolysis = (Ecell - 1.54) × Cell Current ~ 22,500J"

    It should not be hard to measure power to an…
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    (Quote from zorud)


    Rossi's genius is in getting a whole site of people (ECW) and one thread here to pore over his self-publicising blog + sock puppets as though there was some important truth to be found therein. And you can see (I think) his character…
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    And a battery powered X-ray device could easily make a “gamma” burst.
    2000000+ CPS easily.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I think the history is getting tangled.
    There was a rather old Celani story about Rossi gammas in Italy somewhere, Bologna or Ferrara probably.


    Celani at Lugano and gamma bursts at Lugano are new, confused additions to the story.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Well Alan you are only partly correct. I think the idea that LENR is real is unlikely to be true. All the studies I have seen reporting it have 'fatal flaws', normally in the arena of force-fitting a conclusion to data that…
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)


    I fear, that we addressing two different sources of alleged excess heats: the low level XP who was claimed to happen even at low temperature - and that can be easily explained by one or more sources of CCS - and a much higher…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Alan, while I agree with you, that sentence applies to pretty well EVERY SINGLE post Axil makes.

    So why single out this one?
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    The worst possible outcome for Rossi would be for there to be a "clear ending to all this". To me, Rossi's most impressive skill, and I say this will all sincerity, is to spin a story of ambiguity that captures his audiences…