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  • PhysicsForDummies

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    But I own several houses and realize his cash flow is probably not enough to pay for all these home depot supplies he uses to build the reactors. He must have a sugar momma or investor/sucker.
  • PhysicsForDummies

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from axil)


    Patents expire in 20 years. What is the point of that comment, unless trying to resurrect that weird story? (I guessed I answered my own question) I think his smear work is more important.
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)

    Rossi is not lying on this one, unless he is living off past savings or working as a Walmart greeter. Some sucker or investor is paying him something to continue his Miami Beach lifestyle. His company address is his condo,…
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    You have to believe that Rossi is wearing a toupee because his hair fell out due to the effects of "Strange Radiation".
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    (Quote from axil)

    Hey Axil, I give you grief a lot of times, but your posts here made me look into polariton lasers, which I didn't know about before, and may be eventually useful in my line of work. Thanks for that insight.
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    Oh No! People here are starting to make the same mistake as on ECW. Take some ridiculous Rossi claim and project it to it's logical/illogical conclusion. The whole "plan" is nonsense and no further economic analysis is worthwhile. It reminds me of…
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    (Quote from axil)

    Axil, did he really discover this plasma? Where is the recipe for this plasma and has it been replicated? It is so hard to follow the truth about these things on this website, and way worse on ECW. Forget your chiral polaritons for a…
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    Jed why are you so stuck on Pascal? I used it a long time ago but it really hasn't been used much in thirty years. Are you programming on a vintage 386 using Borland Turbo Pascal under DOS? Don't forget to configure himem.sys so you can get as much of…
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    (Quote from Roseland67)

    Perhaps Jed is suggesting a new theorem explaining Lenr experiment nonrepeatability, RUP (Rothwell Uncertainty Principle). But i would admit not every test has to have the same result. Just statistically significant differences…
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    Jed, where do you come up with 14000 results? Why not 15000?
    In your opinion, what is the single most irrefutable experiment of these 14000. And why has this greatest example not come to the forefront somehow. Can we talk to the people that know…
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    To repeat my original question, "Can you name one of these people we can contact right now who will corroborate that they can repeatably reproduce LENR in a clearly power out > power in fashion, right now in a lab?"

    So Jed, after reading what you said,…
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    Jed, all theses crackpot lists (I am not calling the people crackpots) are always old and most of the people are dead or they were never able to reproduce the experiments. Can you name one of these people we can contact right now who will corroborate…
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)


    Yes, I agree. We don't need a working reactor for sale to change the mindset. I think all that is needed is one repeatable "effect" (no I am not talking about the Rossi Effect, or Hutchison Effect). I like to think of…
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    (Quote from sigmoidal)

    Axil divides by zero on a daily basis.
    There is another set of opinions though, those that might be just too embarrassed to admit they were wrong and try to avoid stating a clear opinion and are hoping for a miracle. Perhaps Mats…
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    Look, we all know what is going on here. We all have our mental demons, failure to face reality, belief in false prophets, denial when we are wrong, lack of education and/or intelligence to find the truth. But most important is the belief by some that…
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    I always considered Mill's theory a fascinating diversion from the "Standard Model". I was and I am still hoping it is true. It would explain my poor grades in my advanced Quantum Mechanics courses. I tried to read through…
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    (Quote from interested observer)


    I can't wait for the publication of the "Theory of Chiral Surface Plasmon Polariton Spheromak Condensate Induced LENR" calculated using "Axil-Director Statistics" (ADS). Like Bones says in the Spock's Brain episode, "A…
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    (Quote from Director)


    I like the progression of these requirements It is along the lines of:
    All they need is some duct tape, a paper clip, and a supply of Axil's transparent aluminum.
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    Director is adding immeasurably to this thread. It is great to have someone else making authoritative, scientific-sounding statements with absolutely nothing to back them up or give them even a shred of credibility. Can’t give Axil a monopoly afterall.
  • PhysicsForDummies

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    Adrian I am still trying to figure out the "circular" Boron Nitride you mentioned on ECW, as being better than Axil's current fixation with hexagonal BN. Can you explain? As far as I know there is no such thing. I can send a link to your post if you…