rubycarat Journalist

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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I agree it has no practical significance, but a reliable 750 W reaction would make R&D easier.

    Actually, I think 10 to 100 W would be just as good. Below 1 W things become more challenging to measure, although J. P. Joule could have…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Haha to Alan Smith’s post in the thread ARPA-E looking for "Teaming Partners" UPDATE.

    I suspect that the prize winning commercial roll-out of ITER could be 'how to raise Billions by using misleading PR.'
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to Cydonia’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    No no, I didn't have been disappointed and as said Alan, he was surprised how Iwamura have been "talkative" ( i learn here a new UK/US word, thank you Google). Yes, talkative because probably he relativized, as a former knows, the CP announcements.
    Now, i…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to Frogfall’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    I strongly suspect that Iwamura has quite detailed hypotheses, regarding the "anomalous" heat produced by his test devices.

    However, having seen how other researchers have been treated, as soon as they posit any particular mechanism - not only by the…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    I do think Kervran's work represents a major colour in the LENR Kaleidoscope, but he certainly wasn't alone in recognising the importance of anomalous transmutations.
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to gerold.s’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    In Japan, it seems, the wind could be turning again towards nuclear, despite the accident of Fukushima.

    youtu.be/K0Ff0Fg4mTI

    Moreover, if LENR supporters talk about timelines in the decade range to bring the (their) technology to the…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    I believe we do not have a typo, and that is exactly the plan. How they get to higher heat I don't know. It will not be jumping orders of magnitude straight away. That is ridiculous. Currently, they are working on an…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    That's an update from Clean Planet. I will check for a typo, but that is what we are getting from Clean Planet. Also, given that value correct, I believe they are not jumping straight to that, but doing a 10 kW first.

    I will…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread Media/News/Video Library-No discussions please.

    Looking through the early issues of Infinite Energy Magazine from the 1990s http://www.infinite-energy.com/iemagazine/backissguide.html you can see the enormous interest in a commercial product based on hydrogenated metals. Each publication is packed…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to teppo’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    https://www.facebook.com/clean…aaj7ipZFJ_Q&ref=nf_target

    "Happy New Year! I hope this greeting finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy.
    2021 was a fruitful year for Clean Planet; we took major important steps in R&D towards the completion of the…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    In many parts of (for example) rural France 500 watt water heaters based around a well insulated tank of at least 50 litres and preferably 75-100 are common. Left on continuously they might take 24-36 hours to produce hot…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Rob Woudenberg’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    The answer might be: because Deuterium and Palladium are rare elements. Even if the combination of D/Pd/Ni is a bit more effective in producing excess heat than H/Cu/Ni the choice for widely available elements seems the better…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to Rob Woudenberg’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    To understand the recent announcement of Miura and Clean Planet for a joint development of industrial boilers based on LENR better it may be useful to read Iwamura's publication and presentation as part of the ICF 21 meetings.

    In this paper Iwamura shows…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to orsova’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    There is plenty of information.

    Iwamura has published and presented extensively.

    The 'science' section of the Clean Planet website comports very closely with Iwamura's previously published work. Thus, it's reasonable to conclude…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    That is an interesting discussion of Russian propaganda. As it says, the methods have been recalibrated for the new era in internet communication.

    In Creationism debates, this method is known as the Gish Gallop.

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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    Clean Planet reported claims at ICCF24. Iwamura repeated and extended the claims.
    Hideki Yoshino put together the strongest LENR research collaboration on Earth, involving academics, industry and government resources.

    There is no reason to say "they are…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Haha to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)

    Not as far as I know.

    We have to go by what they SAY. That's all we got. What they said years ago seemed unreasonable to me, so I have doubts about what they say. But, I suppose Miura has done their homework. I doubt they would…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from orsova)

    Yes. He always repeats his absurd claims. No matter how many times you and others point out that he is wrong, or that I point out that you cannot have fire without oxygen, he will keep coming back and saying the same damn nonsense. I…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Haha to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    But not so fascinating that you will actually look at the POC. They have a 350 W version and a 2.8 kW version. They described this in their ICCF24 presentation, which of course you have not seen. I uploaded the slide from this…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Clean Planet Ltd (Japan) updates.

    (Quote from nkodama)

    Clean planet is really just an 'umbrella company' that brings money and experts in various aspects of the work together. Tohaku University for the science, Miura for the engineering development and (eventually) Mitsubishi zaibatsu
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