rubycarat Journalist

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  • (Quote from orsova)

    Ditto done.
    The names popular at the ICCF24 also included Metal Hydrogen Energy, the term used by Japanese researchers for a few years now. I heard that one a lot. Also, "solid state energy" is what organizers focused on in the title…
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  • (Quote from JedRothwell)

    One of their reactors has been running since May 2021, over a year, at the one office location. I do not know if that is the 1KW generator that was stated as beginning proto-type testing in May 2021.

    Clean Planet has proven they…
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  • (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Miura's hydrogen fuelled boiler offering is entirely seperate to their partnership with Clean Planet. Nobody is talking about that. It's just mentioned in the press release. You're conflating two seperate, unrelated things.

    Clean…
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  • (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Something like this, perhaps?

    https://www.miuraz.co.jp/news/newsrelease/2021/1132.php
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  • (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    I think Celani and Takahashi have gone RG first then published in the CMNS Journal. -but that hardly counts of course.

    (Quote from rubycarat)


    Iwamura is coming to the IWAHLM workshop. I think I should ask him for an interview. Mrs…
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  • (Quote from rubycarat)

    They are doing good stuff. So is Mizuno, it seems. However, as of today, taking all claims at face value, I would say that Frank Gordon and the LEC are leading the globe. By a wide margin. If the LEC can be scaled up, all other…
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  • (Quote from rubycarat)

    I think that CP are most likely to succeed -- lots of small experiments to test various aspects, and (taking their published plans at face value) industrial-level units -- all with significant university, government and industrial …
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  • (Quote from Bruce__H)

    That is a very offensive way to describe 2 people with distinguished academic careers at a respected university. Another example of academic snobbery on your part.
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  • Need another analogy for a technology developing before full-understanding of the mechanism behind it is achieved? Look no further than AI.

    Charles Martin lays out how "no one understands how AI works", but they are continuing to develop applications for…
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  • (Quote from Bruce__H)

    Surely you understand the issues this field has had with publishing? If not, then you would be surprised. Read How the Flawed Journal Review Process Impedes Paradigm Shifting Discoveries in the Journal
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  • Clean Planet is leading the globe in LENR R&D and at ICCF24 presented their strategy for both developing a technology and nailing down the science of the reaction itself.

    Hideki Yoshino built the group in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster and…
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  • (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Everyone thinks they have the hardest job. Much of what you say sounds to me like retroactive justifications for opinions you want to hold anyway.

    The more your observations overlap into situations I have first-hand experience…
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  • (Quote from Bruce__H)

    You are both right and wrong. Cold fusion has always been a mainstream subject, but the mainstream is divided. Many mainstream scientists are determined to crush the research. Cold fusion has been suppressed by vicious academic…
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  • (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Please stop with the bullshit. That is not what I say. I look at DOZENS of well conducted experiments at Los Alamos, China Lake, BARC, SRI, Texas A&M, Case Western, U. Minnesota and many other places and I see certainty. It is…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Thanks to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from rubycarat)

    The computer revolution began in early 1943 at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering, with the ENIAC project. The revolution become an assured success, and future progress become inevitable in the summer of 1944, on a…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Rob Christian’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    Hi everyone. This is my first post ever on this forum. I probably won't be able to follow very closely the discussion here, but I have tried to reach out to Erik Ziehm and George Miley both, I'd really like to get an interview with them. If anybody is…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to NEPS*NewEnergy’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    Each ICCF attendee in Mountain View was provided a personal copy of a recent book, "Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion." This book is also available from Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

    In addition, the anode and its heater from the…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    A few more photoss from the last night dinner:


    Above L to R. David Nagel, William (Bill) Collis. Below. Nicholas Chauvin, Alan Smith, Huw Price, Eugene.




    Eli and I gave out t-shirts with art by Matt Howarth at the conference. I sent one to my pal Andrew. …
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Steve_Casselman’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    I've been keeping track of the field since 1989. The paper I'm citing is from the field of hydrogen storage and not cold fusion. I have no compatriots. I'm an independent inventor with 14 patents in high-performance computing.

    The mechanism I'm proposing…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Seatrout)

    Sure. That was a precursor to the internet. Electronic communication really began in 1844, with the introduction of the telegram. By the 1850s millions of telegrams were sent. They had a large impact, especially in the U.S. because…
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