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    Just when I was considering that visiting this troll pool is more trouble than it is worth a great link arrives... thanks Alain
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    (Quote from Lou Pagnucco)

    Reads like a paper describing a deuterated metal powder ecosystem operating at familiar temperatures.
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    (Quote from can)

    Thanks for the reference to that 1996 interview, Fleischmann had it pretty much spot on, the readily observable rays leaving good cold fusion are most commonly found in the domain of hard x-rays but they are clearly not said 'hard'…
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    Alas poor Androcles has been a faithful steed, only to suddenly fail due to a thermal event. His pure crystal quartz heart was all but destroyed though recovered with a mysterious reddish tint. Just in time to become a St. Valentine's relic to add to…
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    (Quote from JohnO)

    I am generally open to a conversation about such help, so long as it is with real people, of course it's not appropriate to have such a conversation in a social media forum such as this. I am easily contacted by private email or via…
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)

    Do the math. It takes e11 such fusions to yield 1 joule.
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    Matts Lewan photo of Rossi's SK glow discharge shows an effectively identical apparatus to my Mischugenon/Telleron appratus and successful experiments of the early 1990's... nice to see ones work, at long last, being replicated even imporoved upon. The…
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    Rossi's recent revelations were very adroit with regard to gifting some quite useful hints and direction to his peers who are practicioners in the art. At the same time the form of his revelations were sure to frustrate and perplex his peanut gallery or…
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    I am appreciative at Rossi's use of the Ballerina meme, I am certain his ballerinas would get along radiantly with my gamma girls. ... ok let the doltist librarians bring the rain... where did I put my pissant umbrella ;)
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    Rossi is to be congratulated for presenting his technology and most importantly proclaiming that it is available as a product NOW. The cost for 1 year of heat at 80% of competing hot air is little, perhaps about $30,000/year. It is impossible to imagine…
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    A question for maestro Rossi, if the demo goes well will the SK be useful to heat oil to make deep fried Carolina crackers ;)
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    For me while seeing heat without input power is delightful, seeing the gamma girls dancing without cessation is even better evidence of enduring cold fusion. It is a short path to optimization as we have a highly complex creation that has grown over time…
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    New Atom-Ecology cold fusion reactor being machined in stainless steel with a thin gamma window. This new series of reactors provides for simultaneous heat, helium, and lovely gamma measurements. There is almost nothing I don't do with my trusty Swiss…
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    Thanks for the kind words of the people who like my work and the sharing of key atom-ecology ideas and information that I have released. While some 'armchairians' might yearn for more crisps to be hand fed to their maws, plenty of those who have voted…
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    I'd vote for Wyttenbach if the choice were available!