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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    Several hundred of the best, most qualified electrochemists in the world replicated this work, so you are wrong about that. Also, many distinguished scientists from other fields replicated, such as the Chairman of the Indian Atomic…
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    He is still a member of the teaching staff, has an office and is a course director. Apart from that he isn't involved at all.
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    Ah, ha. That's a technical error. * On p. 10 they calculated 1,609 W. You are saying it should be 1,505 W, a 6% error. That is significant, but I do not think it is close to negating their conclusion.

    Have you found other…
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)

    To summarize, Shanahan is saying yes, this can happen. That answers Mary Yugo's question: yes, Shanahan does actually believe this crackpot nonsense. Anyone can prove this is crackpot nonsense by putting a bucket into a room.

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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    It is not "nitpicking" to point out that you made errors by factors of 800 and 1,800. Those are gigantic errors. The correct numbers are right there in the papers that I pointed out to you dozens of times.


    You said that the…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    That is problematic, to say the least.

    This sounds like the sort of thing an armchair critic would come up with. Someone who has no clue what it is like doing cold fusion, or calorimetry, or what the challenges, difficulties and…
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)

    Did you find any calorimetry errors in this paper? What are they? I see some errors in the Lugano report, but I don't recall any in this paper.

    But anyway, you misunderstand. I meant there are no papers showing calorimetry errors…
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    (Quote from lenrisnotreal)

    Where on earth did you get that estimate of hundreds of millions of dollars?!?

    A great deal of progress has been made in cold fusion. The tritium results from the National Cold Fusion Institute alone (Will et al.) are worth…
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    (Quote from lenrisnotreal)

    Except for all the ones who succeeded at places like Los Alamos, China Lake and BARC. Or are you saying those were not top scientists, or their equipment was not advanced?
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    That is incorrect. The power of HAD is usually quite impressive. Not just the energy. Measurable HAD does not happen unless conditions are excellent, a larger fraction of the metal surface than normal participates, and power is…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    As I referred ironically one of the best book on electrochemistry is
    https://www.amazon.com/1-Moder…stry-Ionics/dp/0306455544

    To be honest I discovered recently than Nathan Lewis was judged competent in electochemistry
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    I missed that experimental suggestion Kirk. My bad. But I take it from reading your link that you never actually did do it yourself? If so, what were the results?
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    (Quote from lenrisnotreal)

    There is no need for a theory to convince investors to fund a winning project. If a device works, it can be a great investment regardless of the reason it does it. In history there are so many cases of using a technology before…
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Bullshit !
    I see that you pretend to be the only non "gullible " guys in the world !
    To retire Rossi would have to sell the QX or his IP (otherwise why not to retire now) and to sell it means that other people will try the…
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    (Quote from damn_right _man)

    Yes. And the point seems to be beyond your grasp. You seem to have a lot of trouble with simple written communication.
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    In his analysis here, Shanahan is blind to these differences. He does not even try to explain them. He simply asserts that the second curve indicates no heat, for a long list of bogus reasons.
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    Right here, and…
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    I never misquote you, or anyone else. I use the copy and paste feature shown here. I do not think I misstate your motives, but that is a matter of opinion, so perhaps I do.
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    Something is seriously amiss with the…
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    No, you are not. Your comment was an extreme logical fallacy. It was just plain weird.

    It is not a clever riposte when you claim I said X, when I have repeatedly said the opposite of X, and we all agree there is no evidence for X.…
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    Who the hell said that??? If that were a bigger strawman argument, you would be crushed by falling bails of straw, like when a hay wagon tips over. (That actually happened to me decades ago -- but no one was hurt.)

    You do not seem…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Fabiani and Rossi were present, Rossi intervened only in some moments, as was clearly written in the article about Lugano. Saying that it was he who led the test is a nonsense that does not have a foundation. The authors have…