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    I wonder sometimes whether Rossi specifically chose Florida as his base of operations since it has legal arrangements more than usually friendly towards his brand of activities, when compared with other US states.
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    If you clear your mind of the "Rossi has working product" meme that currently infects it, then it makes every sense for Rossi to abandon the QX, just as he has abandoned the e-cat, the hot-cat, etc, etc. The old technologies have no…
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    Gruber - it has been said before, but I guess from your comment you are not very familiar with how the US legal system works in civil cases?

    Litigating parties never have "everything in their favour" - for example litigation costs…
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    Note typo now corrected with edit.
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    You can do a numerical integration of the Planck curve spectral power over the camera frequency passband, and note how that changes with T. Specifically Accuracy would require knowing the Optris spectral response which may be difficult…
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    What are you doubts Adrian - it would be refreshing to hear them? Which aspects of the case against Rossi - which I notice you don't acknowledge here - do you accept?
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    LDM - the basic physics means that the value of n is highly temperature dependent. MFMP verified this n ~ 3 at just one temperature (where indeed numerically n ~ 3), and if you talk to them they will say they did not validate at other…
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    There is a common mechanism: where excess heat is from nuclear reactions and >99.99% or reaction energy gets thermalised without any detectable high energy particles. That is pretty well needed for LENR as hypothesised over…
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    LOL - you mean like Doral?

    Tell me how you would validate a Rossi client as real? That is assuming any Rossi clients ever materialise, which seems unlikely...

    Don't you think Adrian you are a bit ahead of yourself here? It…
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    Edit added.
    Q. "In the direct streaming you will made for the presentation of the SK will it be possible to see an Ecat SK in operation?."

    Andrea Rossi: Yes.

    AA; on this topic. It is difficult to see how any Rossi-controlled video of a demo could…
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    Just to point out to AA and Sam. This point is not a DeweySays. If they had such evidence it would have been all over the discovery extracts and Summary judgement essays made public in the court process. So there was no such…
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    Shane - I'd like to remind you that much of the R'ster's efforts in discovery were invested in trying to find if IH shared his "IP' with others. They scoured the emails and focused on that topic in depositions with all deposed IH people. Because that…
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    Right, but then for that to cohere you need "transported by magnetism" to work for nearly all gammas, and nearly all of any other high energy reaction products, nearly all of the time...
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    I'm not saying that what pleases the crowd is most helpful Alan...

    ^^
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    I remember you suggesting the the output power from te QX came from the power pack. Am I mistaken?

    No, there was strong circumstantial evidence for that, so we agree.


    If that were the case presumably the power from the Sks would also come from the
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    Shane,

    You will note in my posts here that I very rarely say disrespectful things about people. Any lack of respect you have noted in my posts on this topic relate to the information provided on this thread, and the way that I…
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    That is all understood Alan. Just for others reading:

    My point is a subtler one, which is that unexpected excess heat is one thing, unexpected gammas is another. Both might be signs of unexpected nuclear reactions but they not…
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    Not now you've mentioned it here! I sometimes think the main purpose of this thread is to entertain Rossi...
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    No, obviously there are other high energy particles, and not all reactions generate gammas.

    But, if gammas are generated (as is the hypothesis for the RG experiment) then they will normally contain significant amounts of the released…
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    v rough: 10MeV = 1.6E-9J so we need 1E9 reactions each emitting a 10MeV gamma, to take a very simplified example, for 1W. Divide by 100 for safety and because heat comes from things other than high energy gammas. So we have 1E7…