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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    (Quote from nul-points)

    Touche! I truly am sorry if I said it in a sarcastic way. The problem I am trying to point out is that some here, including Axil, act as if LENR to them is a completely understood phenomenon. He says things like, "LENR usually…
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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    (Quote from axil)

    Axil, since you have a well established theory of how LENR works, can't you build a working device for others to replicate? I don't understand why you let people waste time trying to replicate LION when you already have it figured out.…
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    Axil, No, I don't really trust human visual perception of artifacts in images as scientific evidence. Working in the computer vision field, sometimes directly involving human perception, I know it is flawed. Add to it that the human psychological…
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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    Thanks for running the experiments everyone. I have one question. What is the evidence that the original LION experiments showed excess heat or LENR in the first place? I read that Bob G says it was because "Strange Radiation" trails were found in…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    a. Yes
    b. No.
    c. Exponentially!
    d. The temperature is 1 eV, and the power is 10kW hr / parsec.
    Lukewarmly,
    P.R.
  • PhysicsForDummies

    Replied to the thread The LION experiment.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Alan you are living up to this and thanks so much for that. But aren't Rossi and LION doing the direct opposite? At some point hopefully you can convince LION to be more transparent. I don't think Rossi has any real evidence to…
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    Replied to the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    But there ain't no way to hide his LION eyes.😁
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    Replied to the thread The LION experiment.
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    Thanks Alan. Why isn't LION giving you more than anecdotal information? Doesn't he/she/it wan't this to succeed as a valid third party replication? Why such obfuscation in LENR research?
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    Thanks JS. Those are great examples. Compasses and magnetism were developed and studied in ancient China. Yes, they didn't have Maxwell's equations but enough experience over the centuries to develop working devices. Fire was mastered quite a bit…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    I have one question for the Rossi believers. In the history of humanity since perhaps the stone age, has there ever been a product released in mass production that has worked via a mechanism unexplainable by the science as understood at the time? I…
  • (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    That is a great point!
    Is there a way to ask Mills this question? Does he monitor any blogs like Rossi? I would expect a more honest answer from Mills as compared to Rossi's "yes/no" BS.
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    Replied to the thread What does 'O'-day stand for?.
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    Hey Axil, you stole my post post on e-cat world, "where Physics meets Psychology"