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    Yes, its Game Over for Woodford.
    Very hard to believe that he went from being the best UK fund manager, over decades, to the worst for the last few years.
    I mean a dip in performance is one thing, even a return to mean, but to go to from the top to the…
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    And the steps are done, with an added 6 W step (and did not bother with 2.1 W).
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    Filled in the steps up to (including) 3.6 W now.
    The results are fascinating.
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    Hi All,

    Personal letter from journalist to Woodford:

    "Dear Neil,


    Sorry to have to write to you, but I'm at my wits' end. I really am.
    As you well know, I've requested on numerous occasions to speak to you since dealings in your flagship investment fund
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    Suncell real? Sure. Working? What do you mean by that? It makes heat and light when you put lots of current through it. So does a crowbar. Tested? By whom other than Mills, his group and paid for and incomprehensible work by Rowan?

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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from LeBob)


    Of all those companies, BLP has by far been the most transparent, and looks to have a sophisticated, powerful, albeit hard to contain prototype. There has been nothing like it in LENR's 30 years that I know of. Sure, there have been…
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    Liked THHuxleynew’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    sometimes brilliant people make brilliant errors and are not able to concede them.

    Which is why papers in theoretical physics need to be published, reviewed, and critiqued by others who are independent.

    Peer review is a not wholly reliable gatekeeper. But…
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    Liked Wyttenbach’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Navid)


    You should not engage in discussion with simple minded people that only know right & wrong. The question always is the same: Where are the limits of a model. Is a QM/QED derived hamiltonian with 7th order terms with fantasy gauging…
  • Of course that photons carry mass: the simplest argument for it is, during merging of magnetars and/or during supernovae explosions a substantial portion of their matter gets radiated into space in form of photons. When these photons get absorbed, they…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    The only way to a theory is to produce the reaction. No reaction means there is nothing to study.

    In the past, people have looked for nuclear mechanisms and nuclear evidence in cells that did not produce measurable excess heat. This…
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    (Quote from Curbina)

    Many of those who look for transmutation find it almost everywhere, from chicken eggs to lightbulbs and even dental implants. It is amazing that chemistry has managed to hold together as a science at all.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    I disagree. No heat means there is no cold fusion. "Heat is the principle signature of the reaction. - Fleischmann. If "nuclear-centric" means looking for neutrons, it is a dead end.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    We discussed this back in July, when the R20 paper was first posted. Here's what I wrote in reply to Jed's earlier comment:

    Mohs hardness refers to the scratch resistance - the ability of harder material to scratch softer material.…
  • Last night I had the quiet time needed for properly watching one of the ICCF 22 presentations I had been wanting to in my big screen TV. It was the presentation of Bin Juine Huang, Mechanical Engineer professor at Taiwan's National University.

    The video,…
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    I can assure THH that official interest in SAFIRE is coming from a very high level, and research funding is not a problem, so they are growing their team.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Have to say for the sake of clarity that this is a very important event from the popularity of it, as it has had a wide audience in previous versions. In that sense is good for LENR as the issue is going to be more popular, and the…
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    ROSSI
    2016 Rossi is making a big noise.
    Articles are being written about him.
    He has the attention of scientists.
    He is in partnership with Industrial Heat.
    There is $100 million dollars on offer.
    It was one of the Rossi articles that first brought my…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    Interestingly enough there is (or was) a publicity-shy group of garage researchers in the USA who claimed to have made what they describe as 'stable Rydeberg hydrogen' a pale green liquid apparently stable at room temperature. I…
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    The samples of the super-productive mesh are on their way to analysis. Thank goodness. That wasn't easy to arrange.
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    Interesting paper on unexpected behaviour of iridium applied in super thin structures on nickel.
    Not sure how much this applies to platinum but iridium is a member of the platinum family.

    https://phys.org/news/2019-09-…ty-interfaced-nickel.html