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    (Quote from axil)

    More nonsense in the form of pointed insinuations which ignore my years of history working with the finest technologies in the world on detailed gross scale and microscopic materials science studies of known to be active cold fusion…
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    For the sematic snipers out there squirming in their chairs - we measure 'heat in' as watts, but we track the total energy of the cold fusion reactions we produce and observe in joules, though since we have 1 second time resolution we can see the real…
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    The comments about the thermal characteristics of these experiments are rather far off. It takes 300-400 watts of heat in pulses to bring our reactors full thermal mass to any given set point temperature. The higher the set point the more pulses of…
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    Let's be clear and include the several replications of Lion that have been done in at least two labs thousands of miles apart. Inspite of duplicating apparent physical characteristics of high temperature copper oxidation chemistry that attacks all…
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    So where are the trolls, ne're do wells, cynics, outright haters, and henchmen of Rossi's competitors with regard to Parkhomov's apparently astonishing replication of Rossi's hot dry cat experiments. One old but skilled in the art retired Russian…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I for one find Wyttenbach's ideas not only fascinating but they are bearing up pretty well to testing against my unique set of real cold fusion gamma spectra. On top of that Wyttenbach is a true gentleman and a scholar who offers…
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    A more perfect story of the corrupt Journal Nature could not be made... go ahead and read the defamatory lies published by Nature and then watch this truthful video that proves the Journal Nature is a despicable journal... https://youtu.be/swl-lFYLvpc .…
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    For the freshmen amongst the readers here, you might look up the range of Bremstrahllung and its ability to penetrate various intervening/ shielding materials. Here's a start. https://www.tandfonline.com/do…10.1080/02841860802245163. And a word of…
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    Nah, Bremstrahllung is ruled out by the characteristics of the unmistakable data, guess again.
  • RussGeorge

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    To keep things under one roof as it were here's a repost from a different thread.

    Upon accepting the invitation to conduct my experiments in a 'third party' lab and arrival at the Looking For Heat lab my first efforts were to engage Alan and Martin in…
  • RussGeorge

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    Upon accepting the invitation to conduct my experiments in a 'third party' lab and arrival at the Looking For Heat lab my first efforts were to engage Alan and Martin in making modifications to their first generation tube furnaces. I suggested a larger…
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    Of my rapidly increasing Gamma Spectrum library there are a select few scientist colleagues with whom I am already sharing the spectrums so as to have their learned assistance. Aside from accepting Alan Smith and partner Martin ever so kind offer of…
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    Years ago I offered to fly to Italy and bring with me my very sensitive and proven reliable and precise helium mass spectrometer. I was impressed by Rossi's claims and volunteered to loan him my mass spec and teach him how to use it. I had proven beyond…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Utter nonsensical bafflegabbing pontification, of course it is producing heat, and prodigious heat at that. No one in their right mind save those with a tenured academic secure future in hand would trifle with non heat producing…
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    Understanding the practice of measurement of radiation is a vital necessity in this challenging field of cold fusion. The CR-39 is a method that 'counts' incredible weak emanations and can thus provide very sparse evidence is better than nothing but not…
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    Both our group at Looking for Heat and Alan Goldwater have faithfully tried to reproduce the "Lion" experiment multiple times. Lion himself met with us more than once for lengthy meetings where he explained his methods and materials. We found him to be a…
  • RussGeorge

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    Regarding the missing lovely gammas, of course most practicioners in the fields of atom-ecology have long ago suspended their disbelief of just about everything and cut all manner of slack to their peers. However as the reality of nuclear heat and…
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    So Parkhomov's 4200 megajoules over 225 days is 19,440,000 seconds into 4,200,000,000 joules = 216 joule/seconds, aka watts, avgerage output. Rather consistent with results in hand, but where are Parkamov's lovely gammas? For that matter where are…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    No cosmic rays from my fuel but there are surely many emmanations some very clearly known and others not so clearly known. There is more than a few lifetimes of discovery awaiting and a world of wonders in atom-ecology. Some of…
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    Some new ideas and information are now on my Atom-Ecology blog... http://atom-ecology.russgeorge…g-scientific-discoveries/

    The ideas that get kicked around here are sometimes helpful and sometimes a distraction. Fortunately the experiments and…