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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    So do those two geiger counters get swapped for the next experiment?
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    The domain of what does not work is: where LENR does not occur, where excess heat does not happen, and, at best, only experimental methods are refined.
    There is a large body of such work, and it is important to varying degrees. But these experiments do…
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    By "throughout the experiment" do you mean that the higher radiation counts are not locked to a particular part of the temperature cycle? Or do you mean that throughout the experiment the counts go up and down in step with the…
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    The graphs were arranged so that the cumulative count started from zero at the start of the displayed period range.
    Since this might be confusing and requires more preparing work I'll avoid using this visualization next time.
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    Hi Can. I seem to see a discrepancy in the two sets of data you plotted earlier
    LION-AG Experiment

    In particular, when you show cumulative He neutron counts for the longer dataset ,at 00:00 on 4/12 there is about a 50 count difference between…
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    (Quote from magicsound)


    A bit late, but in the end I tried plotting counts per minute or CPM (obtained by subtracting the cumulative counts by the same shifted by 12 samples—one sample every 5 seconds this time) and marking the average of each series…
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    Another experiment from MFMP that failed to show excess heat, radiation or LENR… But, again, they have shown improvements in their equipment, techniques and knowledge. Using those they properly examined if we can see LENR in the LION setup.…
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    We are changing over (soon) to an NI- FP2000 data collection system, a large part of which has been donated today by an interested individual who keeps an eye on the forum. I hope this will help, it will certainly give us easier access to live data…
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    Try opening the images in new tabs. LENR-Forum is making them small. You can also click the "view source image" button to achieve the same.



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    (Quote from sam12)


    Mr Rossi is doing exactly the same things with the EcatQX as he did when he introduced the ECat. He is undertaking demos, talking about collaborations with unnamed large commercial partners, saying he has to wait for certification,…
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    Our analyses are complimentary.

    The numbers on your charts are too small for me to read. What is the time stamp associated with the biggest difference in the He3 signal in your top plot? I will have a look at the corresponding stretch f data…
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    I'm not a data analyst, just interested checking out what's going on with more advanced tools than spreadsheets. With what I've got pretty much anything is possible as the data and the graphs are prepared with programming code using mainly
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    To be clear, a rolling average is magnificent if you are interested in slow changes in average behaviour. But it is like a low-pass filter and smudges out the time characteristics of signals. If you have a suspicion that faster…
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    I noticed a bit of jitter in the starting times of the cycles and also a handful of occasions when here was an delay that went beyond jitter. I dealt with this by aligning things by hand in a spreadsheet but obviously the effort involved in this…
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    Averaging your data will help your analysis immensely. It will definitely solve your radiation analyis problems.

    You can make life easier for your data guy if you add some sort of sync signal to your system i.e., a pulse coincident with…
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    I have taken a look at some of Alan G's data. In particular, here are radiation data from the 4 different counters that Alan's group uses, shown during during one of the ~32 minute cycles that have been going on for the past day or two. Using Alan G's…
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    You are a data plotting wizard! Do you think you can come up with an event-triggered averaging of Alan G's radiation ouput? Given the number of cycles he has so far, I think that the standard error of the signal would go way down and you will…
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    Hopefully this is not getting too much off-topic for this thread, but I tried to extract data from the pdf to better show RadCnt peaks exceeding 2 standard deviations from the mean of all values and highlighting in yellow the periods of no…
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    While I'm sympathetic to some of the preceding analyses, they overlook a legitimate exploratory phase that precedes some major discoveries, where there are indications that there is some new phenomenon to be understood, but the problem is still barely…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    I think you nailed it here.

    In a successful science, discoveries are not just replicated ,,, they are adopted, worked into the fabric of normal lab operations, and become the springboard for a new wave of research. The initial…