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    It seems the evolution of science progress today is more dependent on expensive technology and expensive big team collaborations.
    This approach can surely provide great focus and "reach";
    Planetary space probes.
    CERN.

    Human genome project.
    Yesterdays…
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    R. James Woolsey – Former Director of the CIA under President Bill Clinton

    This must be new? That is, James Woosley is now part of the BrLP team. Or at least, it just appeared on Yahoo.

    If so, that appears a "huge" development, but do not get too…
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    It seems the evolution of science progress today is more dependent on expensive technology and expensive big team collaborations.
    This can surely provide great focus and "reach";
    Planetary space probes
    Human genome project.
    Yesterdays news about…
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    Staid and conformist, science risks losing its creative spark. Does it need more mavericks, or are they part of the problem? An interesting read.



    https://aeon.co/essays/does-sc…-they-part-of-the-problem
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    Bruno Latour, a veteran of the ‘science wars,’ has a new mission.


    French sociologist of science Bruno Latour, 70, has long been a thorn in the side of science. But in the age of “alternative facts,” he’s coming to its defense. Latour, who

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    (Quote from Roger)


    Paradigmnoia is sticking to concrete details, some of which he himself has investigated empirically. You keep yourself limited to vague generalizations. I appreciate that the difference in persuasiveness in these two approaches may…
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    [ Gamma test : I thought I'd be able to resume next week, but the California Conflagration has set me back. Not affected myself, but friends lost houses. ]
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    IHFB,

    Well, by golly, if it is a fight you want, then a fight you will get! :) Good to see you back. Except for the snooty one, no one here tries to defend Rossi anymore. Can't blame them I guess.

    I will agree with you that there were some interesting…
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    I think if I have a minor objection to ITER NIF in the context of LENR, it is something along these lines:
    • I don't get the sense that dropping a series of hohlraums into an intense laser field will ever provide a practical path to power generation
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    With a considerable amount of content in English, this has just appeared online. Please note that too see more detail do NOT click onto volume 103 at the top of the page, since this is not yet visible, instead you should look at Volume 102. The publsher
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    (Quote from lenrisnotreal)


    That is hardly correct. ITER-style fusion would be v large scale. Even the proposed much smaller fusion reactors (an outside chance, just like LENR, except the issues are technological and fairly quickly resolved as breakers…
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    Industrial cooling water treatment uses coupons for determining corrosion rates. Precisely weighed coupons of different metals are inserted into the water stream for a period of time then removed, cleaned and weighed to measure loss (corrosion) of that…
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    (Quote from Roger)

    Lets see....
    1) Not using the correct 3 phase equation for a delta configuration.
    2) Not dividing the rod power by 2/3 for the Active Run, as they did with dummy.
    3) Not noting that the reactor was painted with high temperature paint.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    I doubt they would, very much. But there is actually nothing that I know of that is incorrect in Rossi's statement. He could have been clearer but it's all essentially correct.
    3rd party paying for Upsalla tests. Correct.
    NDA…
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    Alan Fletcher

    Very sad to hear about Peter Gluck's sharply declining health. We have corresponded by email or Skype now and then over many years. Whether you agreed with him or not, his sometimes whimsical looks at LENR and life were always a…
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    (Quote from me356)


    356,

    That is ridiculous. You have gotten a lot of positive attention on LF. You have many of your own dedicated threads starting from 1 1/2 years ago. The vast majority of the comments were supportive, informative, and interactive. I…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)


    A list or it doesn't happen.
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    Replied to the thread me356: Photos of AURA control unit.
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    There are certainly many who feel that the amount of anecdotal evidence for LENR is convincing. "There is no smoke without fire."

    But if we accept that then do we accept UFOs, ghosts, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster? All these have…
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)

    That is absurd. You cannot commercialize an effect without first learning how it works in the laboratory. You may not need a full physics theory, but you need a working model.

    You have to be able to turn on the effect and modulate…
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    (Quote from barty)


    barty For me the question is not if LENR exists, or is real, (I think the evidence that there is a kind of effect, what ever it is, is more or less, even scientifically undisputed), the main question for me is, 'Can mankind use the…