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    Liked Bob’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from Paradigmnoia)

    What is fascinating is that all these experiments have so far failed to produce any verifiable reaction. Either heat or other significant artifact.

    And yet.... on ECW... they are discussing who the "global USA food company" is…
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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    The next experiment, putting hundreds of discs into the reactor, may have good results.
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    Liked can’s post in the thread The LION experiment.
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    Re: strange radiation detection. Would a contraption like this sort of work or would I cover myself with ridicule?
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    Maybe electrolytic loading is a better method than soaking. That's what experiments are for.
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    Replied to the thread The LION experiment.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    After soaking for 30 days, did not find any excess heat? It may have a good effect if it is soaked for 2-3 months. . .
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    The powder is only about 1 gram, the bottle volume is 20ml, the fuel is not filled with the bottle, the fuel is in the bottom of the bottle!
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    I have a lot of plastic bottles containing nickel powder of the same material, never happened. (Even if some plastic bottles contain metallic potassium, they will not corrode)

    Only the fuel used in the reactor is placed in plastic…
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    This is my last year's experiment. After taking the fuel powder out of the reactor and putting it in a plastic bottle, it stood for 180 days and found a strange phenomenon. The wall of the container that holds the fuel powder seems to be corroded. This…
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    It's even better to use HPGE, a BGO scintillation detector or a cloud chamber to analyze these unknown low-energy or even high-energy radiation.