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

    I went to the US Post Office today and mailed a package.
    Then I noticed these stamps and bought a pack:
    https://about.usps.com/newsroo…eases/chien-shiung-wu.jpg

    https://about.usps.com/newsroo…ored-on-forever-stamp.htm
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    Can I squeeze an Amen in here? https://youtu.be/MqYLl7tRRdg
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    Storms had used many alloys early on, as did many people working in the early days. Like Storms literally tried dozens of different combinations of metals. However they mostly would make solid pieces, or thin-films. Back then,…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to orsova’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    This was the first time I’ve attended / watched the conference in real time and it was a real pleasure. My thanks and congratulations to all involved in organising it, and to those who presented. Quite aside from the presentations I caught, it was also…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from rubycarat)

    They said future conferences will be "hybrid," meaning some people will attend in person, while others attend via Zoom.

    I expect Zoom will improve. It is awkward in some ways. It is okay for casual use, but I think it could be…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Cydonia’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Thank you Curbina for your understanding.. I'm involved deeply inside the field since 15 years ago now.
    I have studied several thousand papers, I have done a lot of cross-checking and I have also followed storms since my first readings.
    Moreover, Storms
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Haha to Curbina’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Last night I joined the zoom for a few minutes just in time to catch the questions to Steven Jones, and the Brazilian researcher Luciano Ondir asked him about the Nickel Hydrogen results (I guess because Jones did not talk much about them in his…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Gennadiy Tarassenko’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from rubycarat)

    Hello to you. I'm wearing your T-shirt that you gave me, and I'll be seen or not, okay.
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to Curbina’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    It will be close to you rubycarat ! Let's hope it will be presential, I have family relatively near there, too, perhaps time to plan a visit? :D
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Carl Page said in the video played at the meeting that next summer ICCF24 will be in "Silicon Valley and the world", "the world" part meaning that they will broadcast live in a similar fashion, I interpret.

    ICCF23 was the first all…
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from rubycarat)

    This is discussed in the Mizuno thread, starting here:

    RE: MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    (Quote from Shane D.)

    I'm done for the evening now! Was up early to catch Hagelstein, and I'm beat now. Just watching and absorbing what I can.
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Jirota Kasagi is speaking next, one of the top researchers in the Tohoku project. He is showing a way to see visually when there is excess heat by detecting an increase in spectal intensity, I think he said the red light. He is generating 120 kJ over…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Right into Mitchel Swartz. Cold fsuion is real and happening making observable effects, including frequencies at 327 MHz.

    He shows a graph showing input power, an ohmic control and a NANOR cold fusion device. The NANOR delivers power moments before the…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Another GIANT Dave Nagel is up. WHEN AND HOW LENR OCCUR you know we need that.
    To understand an d commercialize LENR is to suggest the locations and mechanisms for LENR and provide something to start with.
    Locations must accommodate - locally - high…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Watch the videos of previous presentations at http://ikkem.com/iccf-23_oralab.php

    DAY 3 Fran Tanzella introduces Edmund Storms to talk about his recent discoveries.

    He believes he has made the "lab rat" materials. The material makes LENR every time. …
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  • rubycarat Reacted with Like to JedRothwell’s post in the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    They have already announced the next conference. It will be in Silicon Valley, sponsored by the Anthropocene Institute. Check out the video on the ICCF-24 website by Carl Page. See:

    https://www.iccf24.org/

    https://www.anthropoceneinstitute.com/
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Si Chen and his team presented results on their Mizuno nickel-mesh reproduction. They were successful but they have generated much less power than Mizuno. They got about 40 Watts on average in one run, but other runs were in the single digits Watts.

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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    BREAK
    Robert Duncan of Texas Tech introduces Melvin Miles to talk about some of the early cathodes made by the Naval Research Laboratory that contained boron, and gave excess heat "almost every time", but he wants to stress that they produced excess heat…
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  • rubycarat Replied to the thread ICCF23 open discussion.

    Roger Stringham reports that the temperature of plasma dropping from 10,000K to 2500K allows the deuterium to form, and, bubble cavitation causes DD -> He4 .
    1.6 MHz bubble cavitation signal follows the photons emitted in rythmic pattern.
    Brian Oliver…
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