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    Kev - you clearly have not studied the Swede's published literature and, as a result, you're not credible anywhere but in your own head. You start from a factless position and make it worse because you apparently have no ability to read / discern what a…
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    (Quote from jtomas)

    “Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.”

    Mark Twain
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    "CCS errors from this cell of an ATER type would follow from the special active environment on
    the electrodes created from the D electrolysis that allows ATER"


    I have read both the 2002=CCS paper and the 2005 paper= ATER paper by Kirkshanahan in Acta
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Glad to do this. If you read the entire sequence of Shanahan / Shanahan critics papers you will see:

    (1) CCS is Shanahan's grand name for errors caused by cell condition changes altering calibration
    (2) While everyone knows…
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    I've blocked KevMo - a unique honour. My tolerance is pretty high, but it is those 10 posts all in a row full of stars that make the thread unreadable.
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    Could THHHuxleynew please toughen up and refrain from the 'personal' assertion?

    No. I'm tough enough, and will not insult you, or personalise this. However I will continue to point out that your posts here, where they make personal comments about me,…
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    Rossi does that: he says things which are ambiguous and lets his audience fill in the gaps the way they want. I suggest Menichella was likely filling in gaps.

    Incidentally, I would not call Menichella a physicist. From his own…
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    (Quote from Dewey Weaver)


    Wow, Rossi indeed has good PR. As we have pointed out here, PR is the one thing PR is very competent at doing.

    But it makes you think: in the 10 years since that revolutionary initial e-cat - which BTW was long-term tested at…
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    I agree, there are lots of exciting fusion reactor startups and being optimistic I think they could give us fusion energy within 15 years, though many here dismiss them as too expensive, or impossible.

    https://www.tokamakenergy.co.uk/
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    Zeus: perhaps we could do that elsewhere, with reference to the exact writeup showing what are the control vs active reactor differences? To tell you the truth I don't remember, and no-one else here can judge this without a link to a…
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    Robert: that was my judgement, for the reasons I have stated previously and restated in my reply to you. You took that to mean some additional experimental evidence was needed to make that judgement, whereas that was not my…
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    Robert: I think you misunderstand this. If CCSH is a better fit to known calorimetric facts then those facts (specifically the way that broadly above chemical excess heat seems to go up with heat input, and is zero with no…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Robert: what precisely about my posts is it that annoys you?

    I'll report on the ones I've looked at in detail.

    F&P - published results (as posted here by e.g. Jed) are poorly documented and arguable (and have n=been argued…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Thanks for that Alan. I've never thought otherwise. Which is why when you have something concrete enough to publish it should be a great event. :)
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Because, as nearly all experimenters know, when your experiments deliver unpredicted and highly surprising results you spend much longer checking for artifacts than when they don't. This is not bias, or unfair treatment, but…
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    Robert - I think you are perhaps misunderstanding what I've been saying.
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    IHFB - you are clever enough to see that the first part of your answer, repeating the original, does not in any way contradict my point. That you repeat it is revealing. And if you reckon 5% unconsidered calorimetry errors are too…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)



    This is not very relevant to anything, but as a general point:

    • Investigating RF spectra says nothing about awareness of pulse-generated EMI issues on sensitive DC sensors
    • laser-generated EMI issues are something else again,
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    That argument is a common misconception.

    Suppose you have a 5% error in calorimetry, and a 10W heat input, to a small amount of active material. Calculating the energy output is easy: 5J/s the experiment is run for. Easy to go…
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    Absolutely. Rossi could plausibly, if he had working product, avoid any talk of LENR or radiation and sell it as some hypothesised Millsian lower Hydrogen level or whatever. The point is that then he avoids a whole load of extra…