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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from interested observer)

    It will take many ITERations. LOL ROTFL, ha ha. Get it?
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    Isn't there a more cost efficient way to do this research and generate relevant papers than building this environmental disaster/monstrosity known as ITER?
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  • PhysicsForDummies Reacted with Haha to interested observer’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)

    Will ITER succeed? Good question. But you should believe that it exists. We know where it is. You can go visit it. You can talk to people who work on it. You can apply for a job to work on it.

    Try any of that with Rossi’s…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from sam12)

    A simple test would be to focus it's light on an efficient PV array.
    If the output of the PV array cannot power the SKLed, closed loop, then it doesn't work. as advertised in terms of efficiency claimed by Rossi.
    Since Rossi says it…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Mark U)

    Rossi's followers' minds are beyond engaged. They are married to the man.
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    But the job of physics is to supply bounds (or, more accurately, predict bounds).
    If it does not, physics doesn't supply much useful information.
    Of course mainstream physics can be wrong.
    But more often then not, there are new…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Reacted with Like to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from interested observer)

    I was not aware that physics had any bounds except those imposed by the universe - and even then there may be places with different physics beyond that. so It embraces both the probable and the improbable
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

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    Some. That's what's missing.
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    For the SKLed, Rossi has not even said how it works. Does the "reactor" generate electricity to run the LED? Does the ecat generate light itself? He won't say, when asked directly. This does not bother his followers. We are not supposed to care how it…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Alan Fletcher)

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  • PhysicsForDummies Reacted with Haha to truth’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from sam12)

    The skeptics can only agree that this video has nothing to do with Rossi's stuff.
    The magician is not even able to understand what is being discussed in this video.
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Roseland67)

    Rossi has a lot that is actually proveable.
    1. A major supporter who is a futurist guru with a supposed physics background and who writes novels and lectures about his world changing impossible invention.
    2. A group of Swedish…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Reacted with Like to Roseland67’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    PFD,

    I suggested same years ago.
    Not 1 single person on planet earth has ever seen this miracle invention working, not one.
    No one has seen any deliveries of any kind to any building anywhere.
    Not 1 disaffected employee, not 1 entrepreneur taking info and…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from interested observer)

    We will need to use CIA/NSA type intelligence tactics to uncover the identity of Rossi 's customers and "team members".
    We need to find a modern day Mata Hari to seduce Rossi or his wife or both so he fesses up in the heat…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from miles)

    If you didn't realize already, Rudolph's nose has been retrofitted with a SKLed, and the delivery sled is now officially designated a SKLed.
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from Nar)

    But of course the manufacturer will make a simple LED with a special little compartment for his secret "charge", and his tiny reactor.
    Rossi will have the charge loaded by his "team" in a secret factory located near the North Pole.
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  • PhysicsForDummies Reacted with Like to Nar’s post in the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    For the manufacturing to be outsourced, Rossi will have had to given the manufacturer sufficient information to mass produce the revolutionary product....does that sound like Rossi (or remotely likely if the product isn't something like a regular battery…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    Quote Anonymous

    September 8, 2021 at 2:37 AM
    Dr Rossi,
    ia your manufacturing and distribution strategy initially based on outsourcing ?

    Anonymous, a puppet with the tell-tale question mark space, asks yet another layup question.
    Here is what a non-scammer…
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  • PhysicsForDummies Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.

    (Quote from zorud)

    The telltale space before the question mark. What a surprise. Does Frank ever comment on the sock puppets?
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