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    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Rossi's Italian tide is already helping with understanding of scaling factors. It's good to have close agreement in such details. Now about those 'lovely gammas', it is clear that Essex gamma girls are more lovely and friendly…
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    It's a curious coincidence that reports about Rossi's putative SK power output is within order of magnitude agreement with my Atom-Ecology's 'hot dry' cold fusion appliances based on energy in hand from numerous experiments with a variety and ever…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    The music playing now is youtu.be/gzDqCcTeSmY
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    Replied to the thread LION-AG Experiment.
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    Bob Greenyer is clearly showing he has an agenda of playing Lion off against Androcles by fabricating the most outrageous insinuations and implications, many take these as lies. As Alan has noted a great deal of good will, time, money, and assistance…
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    Interesting to see that Rossi is now confirming and affirming the Atom-Ecology reports of distinctive lovely gammas as being also present in his work. He's a good wordsmith having never quite denied it rather saying it was all contained inside his…
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    Edward Teller was privately on the trail of cold fusion for more than 20 years before the 1989 Pons and Fleischmann 'cold fusion' announcement. He had accumulated evidence for his mysterious particle which I discovered in the early 1990's and he so…
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    Good news on how to block members, this will work for me. Thanks
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    Spooky action at a distance is surely observed in my mixed Atom-Ecologies but the question of the nature of 'entanglement' at the ranges available on the lab bench under study is not nearly clear as of yet. The plethora of reactions present are NOT all…
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    The name change feature being shown has had a positive result. Now if someone can find or implement the means to filter comments by username the forum might be dramatically improved. Being able to have the defaming libelous trolls persistently banned by…
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    I could not stay away and am back at the bench early this saturday morning. The best 'control' experiments are the experiments one expects to work but fail to do so. My usual 'control' experiments contain a ' ten penny nail' instead of the atom-ecology…
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    The question of anon behaviour is far from a simple 'social or anti-social media' issue, the operators and volunteers of forums such as this one are legally liable for postings from anonymous and identifiable trolls. They don't have to lose in a formal…
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    QX in my case seems to mean 'Quick Exit', a new first on Friday, I chickened out with new experiments, rushing to turn off the stimulation when 5 of the magnificient seven, newly reconfigured after a weeks work, ran out of control and promptly exceeded…
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    (Quote from axil)

    Indeed traditional physics is a reductionista sort of mentality, it is dedicated to the ever more precise measure of things that are known, a fine job for technicians that are dutifully issued the fancy stickers their daddies buy them…
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    (Quote from bocijn)

    Thanks so much for this useful help.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    Duh, how many times does one have to make specific mention of the descriptive name 'atom-ecology' to establish that is the name under which I pursue my work. This is appropos as it offers a very conventional term, 'ecology', for a…
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    'Androcles' was just the name I gave to the original work trying to replicate the so-called 'Lion' experiment. In ancient mythology 'Androcles' was a friend to lions. We did our very best to follow 'Lions' protocol and were able to show in our much…
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    No one with earnest and honest intentions begins by lying about their identity and then demands that they deserve any iota of respect. Anonymous lying is the very essence of despicable personalities with mental illness commonly known as trolls. That…
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    Whew just getting back to home late after a week of learning to think and visualize atoms and nucleons in 6 dimensions, just so we might calculate the energy of specific gamma emissions, and then search in countless gamma spectra to find a few of the…
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    Sorry that's the vital IP information of course... more than a few is the answer.

    For now two of the 'magnificent seven' have just been gunned down. Ces't la vie. Rest in peace 'bon hommes'. Pioneering experiments are nothing if not a bug hunt, that's…
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    On my new rack of 8 ineffable furnaces my dutiful control reactor keeps watch while all of the rest, The Magnificent Seven Atom-Ecology reactors with different fuels are all slike faithful steeds are riding hard burning deuterium hay and emitting…