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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    At least for me (since I realized who he actually was from much earlier on, but didn't reveal it in public hoping that there might have been valid reasons other than deceit) it's not a matter of covering or protecting those people,…
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    Just a random thought on the subject. I find curious or "strange" that the existence of "strange" particles (i.e. radiation) is already acknowledged in mainstream science. Incidentally, in one theory related with LENR observations (which I won't mention…
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    Were the DVD-Rs in Parkhomov's case etched as customary with CR-39 detectors or chemically treated in a similar way? It doesn't look like they were, but it's probably worth asking/clarifying.
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    I'm not sure if this is the right thread to add this (it might get "buried" over time below other ones), but it's in continuation of the above comment. Out of curiosity I tried looking more in detail into what Leif Holmlid wrote in the paper linked
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    The main specifications for systems of that price range (searching "nd yag q switch laser" on http://www.alibaba.com) indeed seem to be in the ballpark of what Holmlid uses, i.e. 532/1064 nm, ~5ns pulse width, up to 10 Hz and up to 500-2000 mJ/pulse…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Speaking of methods which should probably be of interest for those attempting a replication: for what it's worth, in his latest review paper he summarily described a "dusty" approach for producing Rydberg matter and ultradense…
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    StephenC
    According to Holmlid's proposed nuclear processes, D mesons or Tau leptons as intermediate particles can't be ruled out, but their lifetime is too short to be measured with the currently used detection methods. This is to say that probably…
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    I forgot to mention that with the latest paper by Holmlid and Sindre Zeiner-Gundersen discussed above there is an associated video:
    https://www.researchgate.net/p…on/332019445_CIMG00373MOV

    I took the liberty of uploading it on a streaming service for…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Once stable ultra-dense clusters are formed, they may engage in nuclear reactions spontaneously (on their own, without the application of energetic impulses like a Nd:YAG laser) at a slow rate - including D+D fusion when…
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    (Quote from AlainCo)


    There is also the energy of "condensation", i.e. transformation of regular hydrogen to this dense form, which is between chemical and nuclear and can probably explain many excess heat results in LENR experiments without the emission…
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    Replied to the thread Unconventional electrolysis.
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    In the past few days I've been doing low-expectations, low-effort testing on a concept similar to that which started the thread - still electrolysis, but differently from usual LENR experiments, or "unconventional". Sometimes it looks as if the changes…
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    Dr Richard
    Unfortunately this KFeO2 compound (the active phase of K-Fe2O3 catalysts as reported by Muhler et al - excerpt from the paper here) is very sensitive to humid air and instantly decomposes if it comes in contact with water at low…
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    Alan Smith
    I linked that paper the same day it was published in the previous page, but I guess the post wasn't visible enough and the following discussion put it out of view.

    Today Leif Holmlid has added a comment on the retraction issued by PLOS ONE
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    Funny thing is that I was looking at the article to reference some information contained therein, and from one page refresh to the other the retraction notice appeared. So I caught that almost in real-time. I wonder if this is due to the recent
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    magicsound
    Radio waves should propagate at the speed of light. If the collector plate/foil is located at some distance from the cell (for example a few tens of cm) it should be possible to discern the RF signal directly caused by a strong impulse (a…
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    magicsound
    I was probably unclear but the idea was that a dedicated impedance-matched cable would be used to directly connect the plates/foils to the low-impedance oscilloscope input rather than using the passive probe. This is not an original idea of…
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    magicsound
    Doesn't your oscilloscope model also have 50 Ohm input or is that a separate add-on?
    https://www.tek.com/datasheet/tds3000-series

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    magicsound
    I agree that it would be difficult to fully trust neutron measurements at this stage.

    This is where other types of measurements could come into play; they might also be important for the detection of "strange radiation" (SR) in similar…