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    Well, I have a Google news alert for anything about LENR and Andrea Rossi or Industrial Heat. That keeps me informed about news releases, publications and social media.

    And I can be certain that if Rossi had a big breakthrough, he'd have sold…
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    No. When you make claim after claim that you have accomplished something (made isotopes cheaply, started to build robotic factories, sold devices to customers, engaged "certificators" to get licensing, are purchasing a factory in Scandinavia, …
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    SSC,

    For the past few days, Rossi has been writing the script for his exit strategy. He is going to stretch out the QX (amazing how we do not even talk about the LT's anymore...just as he wanted) for a long, long time, and slowly let…
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    Nonsense. You think someone like Musk or Gates is going to give a sh*t about that crap if he's standing next to a megawatt plant churning out power and running a factory on a thimblefull of nickel and other cheap stuff and a whiff of hydrogen?
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    Let me see if I understand you. Rossi heated a whole factory in 2007. Since 2011 he promised cheap nickel isotopes made by him, robotic assembly lines for ecats, megawatt power plants and certificators working around the clock to make ecats…
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    ele I can appreciate that you have strong feelings in this matter. Still, where I work is not relevant to the facts here, nor am I commenting on Levi's qualifications - it was you who raised them. I offered to justify all the…
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    My "like" of Aescoli's post above is obviously for Ascoli and not for Alan's remarks or actions. BTW, we will know for sure in a few years the exact sort of scientist Levi (and the Swedish scientists who tested Rossi's kludges) is.
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    Yes Ele, I knew that. However, the upcoming demo...which IMO will most likely take place, will not be real science, not truly independent, and will lead to more questions than answers. About like all of the other Rossi demos. Nor will…
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    Ele/SSC,

    Rossi's motto is "mercato veritas" (in the market is truth). How many years into the future do you think this Rossisays from yesterday just pushed that day of reckoning when the market proves his QX?


    "September 2, 2017 at 9:00 AM



    Frank
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    SSC,

    Where do you get that: "Rossi had a biomass plant, this business worked fine"? This is what I found:

    Luigi Acerbi, the mayor of Lacchiarelli, Milan, Italy, however, in a May 5, 2011, Italian state television broadcast on RAI News
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    Oh, OK, Jed. You convinced me. LENR power is just around the corner. I'll stop reading forums and I'll just watch my Home Depot ads instead. I'll expect a Rossi or Brillouin (McKubre) or a Mizuno product for sale any day now. Or a Miley bench power…
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    That, except for the last sentence, is all obvious and true, of course, but like most of arguments you used when you argued in favor of Rossi, it's also irrelevant and arguing that way means you failed to understand what I (and others) were…
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    No, simply I look back to past comics, "papers", "demos", "TPRs" of years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, ... stuff for psychopathology.
    True Science is the opposite to these comics.
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    No problem maryyugo, anyway a phony demo will be (periodically) online to perpetuate this hoax.
    Success is guaranteed and supporters will give a big round of applause.
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    @KH Fascinating... thanks. And thanks for doing that important work.
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    It's not that specific. As a general rule applied to _all_ scientific research reports, the report must stand on its own first and foremost. This means not just that a systematic error might be possible, but that one looks at…
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    Alain referenced http://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/LonchamptGreproducti.pdf


    Some comments regarding that:

    In Section 2, subsection 2.1 “Description of the experiment” I note:

    “It is a Pyrex Dewar with the upper part sliver [silver] coated to…
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    I agree with the rest of your post but this doesn't make sense to me. If someone designs an experiment for which a clear cut positive result is defined, the probability of error in measurement is extremely low (including good calibration…
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    An excerpt from the paper you posted


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    10^17 such reactions would have been required to produce 50 Κjoules of
    energy. Our measurement of tritium shows an excess of 5 × 10^8 atoms. In other words, tritium production would only account for about 5 ×…
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    You keep using that terrible analogy but the conclusion is correct -- the success rate doesn't matter. The success itself DOES. A few working transistors allowed testing which proved the concept. A single cloned sheep could be carefully…