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  • (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Because the standard model (StDM) made the most severe wrong decision at the very beginning everything (theory of course!) done in particle physics the last 80 years is more or less waste. The base of all STDM gauging are…
  • (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Jed you are completely right. The so claimed Higgs boson is an exact (= all measured digits and easy to predict...) resonance of the proton magnetic mass. Or let's sum up: The standard model is outraging nonsense or just fringe…
  • Director, your obsession with the so-called "Inventors Syndrome" I believe is misguided, particularly because I don't think there is such an officially sanctioned syndrome by the mental health authorities.
    In all these cases there are simpler and case…
  • Marakhtanovs have been doing this research for several years.

    It appears that 'the impact of a bullet can induce transmutation of bismuth to platinum..

    Mechanical Impact on Metal: from the Destruction of Crystal
    to the Transmutation of the Nucleus…
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    We may have reached ground state, but virtual particles called Rossions can appear from the vacuum at any time to support Rossi, then self organize like an EVO. And Mills predicts even lower quantum states than these.
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    Well, I can reproduce some at least of Rossi's claims.

    I take an arc lamp - for the sake of argument, a deuterium lamp - and its appropriate power supply.
    I turn it on - after a brief warm-up, high power is temporarily supplied, and the arc is struck.…
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    Only a true skeptopath would say such a thing. You might as well face it IO, the Ecatard may be right. :)
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    I miss the old days of the "Let's wait and see" and the "you guys are babblers" type arguments. The new breed of Rossi apologists are rather obnoxious.
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    (Quote from steppenwolf)

    Fraud arguments are live and well, because there is no customer. No risk was moved anywhere. His demo was in his condo for God sakes. Frank from ECW admitted it. And it is not contradictory at the same time to talk about it…
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    (Quote from bang99)


    Bang, the SK is the realest of ecat's yet, It won't get any realerer until the next version that will be so much more industrialized.
    You just must be one of those socioskeptipaths who are all out bring down the savior of the world,…
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    (Quote from sam12)

    Right Sam. Real businessmen don't care about their reputation, or their companies reputation. Do you work in engineering or marketing? It seems you espouse interesting concepts of both.
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    Are these electron clouds equivalent to Shoulders EVOs? I don't see any mention of Shoulders in the Google patent.
    Is Shoulders ignored by mainstream physics?
    And what about the electron clouds in synchrotrons?
    Here is one discussion coming from where…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    What the hell we supposed to do, you moron!
    lenr-forum.com/attachment/7574/


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    (Quote from Mark U)

    As true fine art, Rossi's Ballerinametric presentation can evoke different emotions for different philosopher observers, from resplendent subtlety to grotesquely monotonous repetitiveness.
    For scientists and engineers, this motion…
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    Like you say IO it is the divisor part of the COP that is the issue,
    I suggest something more like:
    ((Power out * conversion efficiency to useful energy) - Power in) / cost to make and fuel and service device over useful life per unit time
    So if for…
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    (Quote from Forty-Two)

    They will find someone to push the button and save the day. They always do.

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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    He has no secrets to guard, other than how to form a cult like following. He just acts like he is guarding something.
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    I forgot to mention that the puppet show and song were actually enjoyable to me. I appreciate any kind of attempt at humor. If this was a real working power source I think this would be a great marketing device. But since the rest of the presentation…
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    Kind of related to Jed's point that the COP is irrelevant, why can't the customer who Rossi refers to as "he", just close the damn loop themselves. I am not an electrical engineer, but would it not be fairly easy to generate the 360 W or whatever it is…
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    Okay, let's fantasize a minute what could happen in a few hours. Camera pans out (one of the seven angles) and there is the ocean. Panning back in there is a hose leading to a desalination device pumping clean fresh water to the children Rossi vowed…