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    Those here who are reading into my work more than what appears are just fooling, or satisfying, themselves alone in the dark. My series of exploratory experiments are able to last for very long periods of time, one well over 100 days now. During these…
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    While a bit less poetic but perhaps equally inspirational here's a glimpse of the end of the fossil fuel/fool age, revealed to Alan, Martin, and I in this afternoons experiment in the barley fields of Essex, and coming real soon to a blue planet you…
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    Sigh, as for who has 'taken over this thread' as far as I know not the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, or General Woundwort has taken over this thread. The anon posers who plague this and all social media forums may think otherwise, they are welcome to do…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    And don't forget we have shared more meaningful real data than Rossi, tested and refuted more than a 'lion's' share of other incomprehensible hyperbole, and have been doing so in just a few short months of work. But who's…
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    And this sort of rule regurgitation is precisely why reductionst teaching and dutiful student mentalities/banalities are the death of inventive science. "Hell, there are no rules here - we're trying to accomplish something." -…
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    (Quote from axil)

    Is there a source/site where one can download such daily solar data for the past couple of months?
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    “We all have a thirst for wonder. It’s a deeply human quality. Science and religion are both bound up with it. What I’m saying is, you don’t have to make stories up, you don’t have to exaggerate. There’s wonder and awe enough in the real
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    An interesting development is that having posted a complaining response on E-CatWorld showing that the positioning of the latest E-CatWorld Post stating that Rossi has "never detected" radiation was false and misleading , along with a direct quote from…
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    (Quote from JohnyFive)

    (Quote from JohnyFive)

    Perhaps you could reveal your true identity so that it may be determined to whom the useful information you request be revealed is going. This so that a judgement can be made as to whether you can be trusted.…
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    Talk about nonsense, I recall working in a tritium lab long ago where just outside the lab door there was a card table with chairs under a sign that read something like 'Tritium Exposure Treatment Station'. There on the card table was a deck of cards,…
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    Two great pieces in this post.... 1. 'To learn you have to be inspired, ignorant, and smart' :) and, 2. 'Willfull ignorance', the hallmark of trolls and disgruntled children who refusing to learn, or rather only memorized,…
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    A rising California tide will lift all boats.
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    The work Akito et al reveals is exciting to see as it fits well into the schema where the gentle movement of deuterons through complex materials yields predictable and consistent heat and energetic emission, my favourite are the lovely gammas. It is a…
  • RussGeorge

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    The nature of science and the opponents to new discoveries is an age old problem. As Max Planck noted, "An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winning over and converting its opponents: What does happen is that the opponents…
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    If you find your learning curve in atom-ecology is proving difficult I recommend this appropos musical accompaniment https://youtu.be/mJag19WoAe0 ... Maxwell was prescient in his pioneering lo those many years ago, his silver magnetic hammer is proving…
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    Like ecology as a scientific discipline in a number of venues understanding it cannot be reduced to a sound byte but here's a try. My entire atom-ecology blog is directed at understanding my view on atom-ecology as a pioneering…
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    A bit of time... sadly that era is over as more new reactor protocols are being baked. A second better Gamma Spectrometer has been ordered so as to provide a larger range as well as a coincident measure. The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have…
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    We are as a snail on a slope, but we don't stop. http://atom-ecology.russgeorge…-are-as-snail-on-a-slope/
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    Since the primary source of signal in this thread is clearly the flame war, perhaps someone can perform the calorimetric analysis of same and tell us what the COP is, for that matter what does the 'P' in COp stand for here.
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    While generally I am not a fan of Shanahan in this case I must admit I am. This argument by those who want to be seen as having the prominance to 'annoint' their choosen recipes vs. the proper discussion of how signal must be very dramatically above…