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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    If the problem is that Rossi-related threads are always near the top of the thread list because of their high traffic, then sever that relationship. Put all the Rossi stuff in a single appropriately named thread that is permanently pinned somewhere…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    I do realize that Rossi could have had an original draft of his paper revised to improve its English, but I don't think this happened. And, in fact, sections 5 and 6 of the paper are not written in excellent English. They are…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    There are stylistic differences between sections 1-4 of Rossi's Researchgate paper, and sections 5-6.

    Sections 1-4 are written in solidly grammatical English, often using the first-person plural "we" (i.e., "In this paper we propose..."), and adopting the…
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    (Quote from PhysicsForDummies)


    I don't have Gullstrom in mind as the mystery author. More like Norman Cook.
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    I certainly did note that. But I also remarked that the paper seems beyond Rossi's demonstrated intellectual capacity. Whoever wrote the main part of the paper is not the same person as the Rossi who thinks that you can make…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi: The final chapter.
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    (Quote from Curbina)


    Well to be fair Wyttenbach is delivering too. They both make cartoons of themselves.
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    I agree. LENR has had difficulty gaining traction within the science world and so the publications tend to come out in marginal places. My point, however, is that the Rossi's researchgate paper shows a familiarity with theory…
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    Axil is not a physicist. He is just a guy who takes words and stitches them together in often nonsensical ways. He writes with huge assurance even when he hasn't the least notion of what he is talking about. He just takes…
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    (Quote from Walter Pegeto)


    The paper is a bit more accomplished than you suggest. I am not sure how much, though. For instance the "bosonic electrons" seems to refer to an arrangement of multiple electrons (held together in some fashion that I don't…
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    (Quote from Walter Pegeto)


    I do. I think it is part of "Rossi: The final chapter".

    Not only is the paper missing Mr Rossi's fractured English style, but it seems to me to lie beyond Rossi's usual intellectual abilities. Rossi is audacious and clever but…
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    Walter Pegeto

    What are the odds that Mr. Rossi actually wrote the paper? It certainly doesn't read like he wrote it. I think the odds are low.

    And if Mr. Rossi didn't write it .... who did?
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    Have you tried putting a puff of airborne particles (e.g., smoke) through the system? I suppose it would only yield a minimum estimate of airspeed but it would be a good sanity check on your other measurements.
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    Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.
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    Scientists, in general, do not believe what they are paid to believe. Science is full of passionate weirdos like Wyttenbach and you except that these weirdos are forced by the system to explain themselves in peer reviewed grant…
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    Replied to the thread The church of SM physics.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Who is the "we" that know this? Not me. But then I have lots of actual experience with scientists and maybe that is a difference between you and me (I really don't know).

    Under any circumstances, however, this is silly and…
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    (Quote from Curbina)


    Wyttenbach has attempted to publish his work? This is news to me. Where has he attempted to publish and had difficulty?
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    This is a rubbish argument. Indeed masses are not known. That is because SM physics is not a religion!

    That article showing (from previous searches) that Higgs must be > 60Gev and less than 1000GeV was the state in 1999, not much…
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    The whole darn theory is local. That is why it is called general relativity instead of special relativity. The tensors are tensor fields over spacetime, which are free to change from point to point according to the distribution…
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    I can't say that I understand the implications of this information but to see it coming out is great! Is there an online location where I can view the whole poster?
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    True, this is a sort of wandering thread. But to a great extent what we see on this thread now is displacement activity. There are claimed to be tremendously important physical discoveries with accompanying astounding…
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    (Quote from JohnDuffield)

    No one disputes that the proper time of the 2 clocks differ. That isn't the point.


    (Quote from JohnDuffield)


    No, both sets of tiny scientists are correct. They both measure the same speed of light.

    My question to you now is this…