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    magicsound
    That looks great. Is the clacker going to run continuously as shown or only at an "as-needed" basis to adjust the gap?


    If including the audio spectrum from the AM radio in realtime is too much taxing for your PC, adding its audio to the…
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    I've been able to stabilize the Clacker somewhat with adjustments to the driver. Here's a brief update video:
    https://goo.gl/V1uF5s
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    magicsound
    A probably obvious observation could be that the shorter mode arises when the previous contact-arc events leave thin protrusions that can't support large amounts of current in the next one, which would make it interesting to check the…
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    magicsound
    I haven't performed any particular calculation yet, but attached are the digitized versions of Transient2 and Transient3a.



    Good to have narrowed down the issue purely to a RF noise issue; so far I haven't had any. Arc discharges…
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    magicsound
    Interesting; definitely worth making sure if it's just radio noise. Some Italian groups have obtained neutron emissions by applying resonant ultrasounds to steel bars, without involving hydrogen.

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    magicsound
    Do I understand correctly that you brought the electrodes in slight contact in a controlled manner, producing a resonant (self-oscillating?) electrical arc for a brief period of time until basically the electrodes welded together? (which…
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    magicsound
    Some of the tests I did in the past weeks (e.g. as seen in the video I linked on the top of the page) seem to indicate that sustained arcing could be possible. As it appeared easier to observe after reusing the electrolyte from earlier…
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    magicsound
    Thanks for your continued efforts. Any word on your planned changes compared to last time? Earlier you mentioned about using zinc-plated mild steel electrodes.

    I tried making a web image search and I realized that mine initially had an…
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    Unless I'm doing some silly mistake, a calculation with the provided figures doesn't seem to point to nuclear energy densities. R.Mills has always referred to exceptional power densities, not energy.

    0.08 g (80 mg) silver shots at 1% molar H2O should…
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    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjph.2018.04.015
    https://www.brilliantlightpowe…st-Power-Paper-050818.pdf


    Here from a 80 mg sample they measured a 20 megawatt peak power, but "only" a 250x energy gain.
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    (Quote from Director)


    Not necessarily. They're referring to power, not energy density. The specific hydrino transition they're using might produce only 200 eV (energy), but it might do it very quickly (energy/time).
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    Rjzk
    A possible issue could be that Mizuno-type experiments aren't well suited for a commercial product. Putting aside industrially low temperatures for the heated fluid, I understand that one main problem is that the tungsten electrodes tend to wear…
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    If you wanted to observe/measure such low-energy x-rays outside the reaction chamber instead of blocking them, then you'd need specially crafted, very thin window materials, but none would be completely translucent to them. It all depends on the actual…
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    Director
    I deleted it due to needless detail and speculation and lack of proper sources on some paragraphs. I guess though that the following considerations are harmless and of general interest (not Rossi-specific).

    * * * * *

    a-b) If you're assuming…
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    Among other things it points out that the hydrogen gas used needs (?) to be mono-isotopic (i.e. pure) citing Leif Holmlid's work, but Holmlid has suggested that it doesn't have to, and that the condensed hydrogen clusters (ultra-dense hydrogen) in his…
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    Rjzk
    If I wanted or could do things traditionally (i.e. Mizuno-style plasma electrolysis) I wouldn't have called the thread "unconventional".

    The basic idea behind the tests performed in the past few weeks here has been trying to apply low-voltage,…
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    What about from this link? (which is the same, by the way)
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    For the record and avoiding being called a hypocrite for not reporting this, yesterday I tried adding a couple KOH flakes to the solution (used/already prepared) and I couldn't manage to reproduce the resonant sound except for very partially until I…
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    Dr Richard
    They're applying narrow ~70 amps pulses directly through their low impedance cores. I think to get up to radio frequencies they would probably have to use something so different it wouldn't be a "Q-Pulse" anymore. Plus, what would happen to…