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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    JB says:
    Woodford screwed up and made too many wrong bets. That was his biggest problem. Secondly, his investment structure was sub-optimal leading to imbalances between listed and unlisted stocks once investors started redeeming.(fluff deleted)

    So you are…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    JB said:
    Hi THHuxleynew ,
    This is perhaps the dumbest post from your hand. “Cobbler, stick to your last”?


    JB:
    You said IH nominal (it is illiquid) Share Price of IH going up helps Woodford funds
    I said it makes his problems worse.

    Since the…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    (Quote from Promethian)


    What science?
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    (Quote from we_cat_global)


    Wrong.

    Inflating the IH equity price actually makes Woodford's problems WORSE - it increases the percentage of illiquid assets and it was a regulatory limit on that being breached that forced the fund to close.

    Maybe your analysis…
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    (Quote from Walter Pegeto)


    The 1998 paper I referenced shows that it has.

    The initial theoretical proposal for this effect suggested an experiment where charges pass through conducting cylinders along two paths, which shield the particles from external
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    (Quote from Walter Pegeto)


    I'm not sure the AB effect is controversial. It seems pretty well mandated from theory otherwise secure: one of the many beautiful and consistent weirdnesses of quantum theory

    From wikipedia:

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    we_cat:

    He has, from the whole internet, a very small and decreasing number of converts. He is (we know from Marcia's long and revealing write-up on him) passionate about his work and a confident and impressive speaker. He…
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    It was utterly brilliant because it completely eliminated anyone with any capability of critical thinking leaving only exactly the people Rossi depends upon for his “business”.
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    Who says we or otherare ignoring all high Q research... this is not common sense.,,,this is just rhetoric..

    The issue in this AB subthread is that Pegeto fails to read ..and fails to realise the ABpaper is high Q research
    which is why the relevant paper is…
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    Replied to the thread The Future of Energy..
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    (Quote from LeBob)


    No, nor does it acknowledge ectoplasmic cooling as low carbon AC solution.

    If either dense hydrogen, or hydrinos, actually existed, it would revolutionise all of science and technology. No doubt. And no doubt that both scientists…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    If you read ALL of my post you will see that is irrelevant to my point. And if when as here you quote half sentences out of context you make this clear to readers your posts will be less disingenuous.

    I'm not saying old papers are…
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    Walter Pegeto
    "I stand for true science, i.e. science certified by authorized experts and high-rank scientific journals."


    you imply that Aharonov and Bohm are not highranked sources to be referenced


    maybe you should confine your pearls of wisdom to the
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    I do. I think it is part of "Rossi: The final chapter".

    Not only is the paper missing Mr Rossi's fractured English style, but it seems to me to lie beyond Rossi's usual intellectual abilities. Rossi is audacious and clever but…
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    This paper is indeed a much strong proof of LENR than it seems prima facie.

    Why? And how does the presentation make it seem less so? They have done a decent job of estimating the effect of collisions on plasma ion energy distribution, and in any case this…
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    (Quote from Curbina)


    I'm happy to declare myself a cold fusion convert if that paper describes cold fusion. And any other plasma discharge work using acceleration voltages of 2kV - 15kV and finding evidence at low levels of D-D fusion from neutron…
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    Wow, 350 idiots on ECW. Who would have guessed?
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    (Quote from orsova)


    Well not in any sensible sense. Maybe they are not sure, but it is a good bet. They can then get somone independent to look at their data and validate it. And that is a lot easier than connecting it to the grid using a Stirling engine!…
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    (Quote from orsova)


    Yes. So either; they have foregone that 100M and/or fame, or they know it does not work in that way, and hope that others can get it to work?

    Consider; if this is as billed then if open sourced and replicated by even one person the…
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    Forgive me for being annoyed.

    The claims here are for a device that generates kW of heat, continuously, for long periods of time, with electrical input < 5% of calorimetric output.
    The concern seems to be "how do you monetise this?". And the solution…
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    If only they would consider ' the  deuterium economy' based on LENR.

    No doubt they will as soon as working LENR power production (even in proof of concept form) exists and is revealed with published operational theory and independent testing by those…