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    I'd like to share a few thoughts. It has been almost ten years since I started studying nickel hydrogen fusion, and I believe my understanding now is far greater than even a few years ago.

    Starting off, let's look at systems that use nickel…
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    My number one question right now is which came first, the strange radiation or the EVO?

    Is strange radiation a grouping of EVOs into a larger structure? Or, is strange radiation something else? Does strange radiation form when EVOs destroy themselves?
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    Solar, wind, or geothermal power won't be enough to overcome the problems mankind is facing. They are simply no where near good enough! What we need is a portable, compact, power dense, cheap, and clean energy source that is so outrageously better than…
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    I also expect that in most LENR experiments where any excess heat is being produced strange radiation can be detected coming from the reactor. I wonder what signature these would make when striking an antenna?
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    The problem with the E-Cat isn't the technology but Rossi himself.

    He is NEVER going to do what it takes to get this technology commercialized.
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    Replied to the thread The Omega Puzzle.
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    What is the basic fabric of the universe at the lowest level composed of? (Electron-positron pairs?)
    What objects are floating in the fabric of the universe? (Exotic Vacuum Objects or Strange Radiation?)
    How can these energy dense realms be tapped into?…
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    Posted the thread The Omega Puzzle.
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    There are certain signatures that seem to appear when LENR reactors are successfully running, namely, anomalous emissions that could be called strange radiation. Very closely linked to EVOs, or Exotic Vacuum Objects, strange radiation seems to emerge…
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    I think I should post this video. This was not made as a show-off, it's just an impromptu and rather blurry (crap on the lens) video of a standard 3.5 kW propane/gasoline generator - which has never seen a gram of either from new - running on hydrogen…
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    The future is going to depend on what's released, if anything, by the classified world over the course of the coming months or few years. Billions of dollars are going towards classified, highly compartmentalized projects that refuse to "read in" even…
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    Wyttenbach,

    In a totally hypothetical scenario in which there was a critical need for the government to send a ship to a distant part of the galaxy and they were willing to spend unlimited funds to produce a FTL drive, how would you recommend them…
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    I think EVOs are critical to understanding many forms of LENR in addition to understanding other anomalous phenomena such as the exotic aircraft that various committees in the US Senate and Congress have been briefed on recently.
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    I can't say that his current systems work or not: there's no proof one way or the other. And I'm every bit as fed up with his puppets as everyone else. But if his current systems do work, they utilize the negative resistance…
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    Replied to the thread Russia LENR Developments.
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    Home nuclear fusion doesn't have to be expensive.

    I'd suggest that if a lab has a modest amount of pre-existing electrical equipment, a plasma based system utilizing the negative resistance regime would be pretty affordable. A…
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    I have an idea for an experiment.

    Produce a powerful and sudden electric discharge to produce longitudinal waves in a conductive metal enclosure (to block traditional transverse waves) and measure how long it takes for the signal to propagate over a…
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    I'm not a good artist, so I'll try to explain it a bit more in depth.

    Producing a complex space charge construct (also described as a "fireball" or "firerod" in the literature) is not overly difficult. These structures organize out of the chaos of the…
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    Simon Brink proposes that hydrogen atoms excited or shrunken to different levels interact with different catalysts. As an example, the most optimal catalyst to shrink a hydrogen atom at a 1/4th fractional state would be different than 1/8th fractional…
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    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    His previous versions of hydrino systems were not flawed. They worked. The problem was that he could not get the energy output he wanted due to the fact that the hydrino formation process was self limiting. Now he knows that the…
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    Posted the thread LENR at the Root of Life.
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    Here is an interesting article about complex space charge constructs. They could also be described as micro-scale Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs).

    http://www.theangryufologist.us/plasma-blob-phenomena-life/
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    Actually, I don't think I've ever said that there should never be any secrets at all. My position has changed due to the fact that I believe even if you don't have a powerful LENR technology to show the world and you are still in the earlier stages of…
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    My view is changing. At this point, with LENR continuing to exist as a taboo subject that's not accepted by the mainstream as real, I don't personally consider keeping information confidential as reasonable. It may be perfectly legally acceptable and the…