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  • Bruce__H

    Replied to the thread When is settled settled?.
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    It is a long way. LENR would be a consequence of a consequence given certain conditions. You could ask Wyttenbach though.
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    For you, I pretty much agree. Last Fall you remarked that those on your team are getting on in age and you just want to go fast now. I responded that if you want to go fast, the way to do that is post a complete set of…
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    Shane D.   stefan

    Wyttenbach's SO(4) theory has nothing to do with LENR as far as I know.
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    I don't think so. That would entail them submitting their work for peer review and it is my impression that neither Alan Smith nor Wyttenbach have much, if any, of that. If am wrong then they can say so ... but it seems to me…
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    I don't think that Wyttenbach's SO(4) theory would be perceived by reviewer as being about LENR.
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    It is my impression that you have little experience with peer reviewed publication. So I don't expect you to have a sound opinion on it.

    To repeat a previous argument ... If Wyttenbach submits his work to a good journal, the…
  • Bruce__H

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    bang99

    I find that all of Rossi's blog posts are still accessible at http://www.rossilivecat.com/all.html although it is true that the link you posted leads to a dead end.

    In any event ... not to worry, I have saved all of the blog posts from 2011…
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    "Publishing" in ResearchGate does not fit the bill. It does not do what seeking publication in a mainstream journal would do ... place Wyttengate's claim of a rigorous theoretical framework for radically reforming modern…
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    (Quote from Walter Pegeto)


    For the record, I made this same argument to Wyttenbach last Fall. I don't know if he has even tried to publish his SO(4) work in a serious way since. If he hasn't, and continues to refuse to even try, then it begins to look…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    Wyttenbach I really don't understand what you are doing making comments like this on this site. Of course most of those you encounter here do not have the mathematical sophistication to comprehend either Mill's work or your…
  • Bruce__H

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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    Not sure where this idea comes from or even what it means exactly ("failsafe paths"?). But let me advance a notion that you may not have thought of ....

    I contend that TTH's main target is to try and find out whether or not…
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    Curbina,

    Cavitation-induced nuclear reactions and associated phenomena (piezo-nuclear or mechano-nuclear reactions) have long been discussed on the boundary between fringe and pseudo science.

    Non-linear collapse of bubbles, or voids in solids, etc…
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    To tell where the radiation is coming from, you might consider building a simple cloud chamber like the one I suggested a while ago in another thread.

    Here is a simple DIY cloud chamber using alcohol and dry ice:
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    Hi can

    If I have you correctly, you now appear to be picturing a situation in which the radiation the geiger tube is seeing recently is from radioactive emitters attached to dust particles. These dust particles arrive in the neighbourhood of the…
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    can

    Two geiger counters may be needed then. One that is near the woodpecker apparatus and another to read the fluctuating background. Then subtract one signal from the other.
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    can

    I have turned up a small cache of SBM tubes- would you like me to send one as a control for your current detector?
  • Bruce__H

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    can
    In your latest tests with the plastic bag and the wiping ... the woodpecker cell is still 2 rooms away?
  • Bruce__H

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    (Quote from can)


    Good answer!

    Ahern is claiming that lattice vibrations in metallic nanoparticles ( size ~ 10 nm) can drive adsorbed protons together with enough force to fuse them. I am interested in whether or not this mechanism is realistic given…
  • Bruce__H

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    (Quote from can)


    Background still elevated .... but I get the impression from the time record that there is a slow declining phase that might take the signal back down to 75CPM if allowed to play out over 2 days or so.
  • Bruce__H

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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    This is regrettable but I don't see it as particularly evil. How is the resulting secrecy and/or patenting different from the Atom Ecology program?