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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…
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    Thanks for the helpful data. There is a very good fit in my data for the event just afternoon last Friday... Given the 15 million lines of my data to pour through this is going to take a bit of time to do the cross calibrations and look for the…
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    (Quote from can)

    The most useful help in searching for solar/cosmic stimuli would be to have a .csv file for the months April-the present. The shortest time frame possible is this in minutes perhaps? That will allow adding the data to our library and the…
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    (Quote from Promethian)

    Hope is a verb with its sleeves rolled up and we are deep into that phase of this work. Here I am at 3am working on todays ineffable data that has woken me out of my slumber. The data stealing my sleep arrived in the afternoon, a…
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    It's interesting to follow some of Rossi's trails. For example there is an understandable explanation, clear to those skilled in the art, that one might use the metaphore of a 'cat and mouse.' Thanks Andrea, meow :)
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    Rossi you magnificent 'cat' I have caught your mouse ;)
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    Self sustaining mode is a slam dunk but it's not so easy as it may sound, it will take an integrated array of reactors that are feeding the array control program. Easy to conceive, a hell of a lot of hours of work to design and…
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    Perhaps someone in the crowd has time to search out the cosmic ray data for the months of March, April, May, June, and July and post it here that would be most appreciated. The daily/hourly flux that works for Greenwich/London, just a stones throw from…
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    (Quote from Robert Horst)

    Sorry the 'just the facts ma'am world is long gone.
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    We are catching falling stars in Essex again.
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    Jurg is perfectly correct in his admonition to me about showing and sharing my excitment. It is often unproductive as onlookers parse and impose their definition and thier use of every word and forget to try to imagine meaning. In my experience of many…
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    (Quote from mmckubre)

    Of course you intend to be not only beefy but deeply insulting. Not an admirable behaviour for a man whose own institutional colleagues warn all visiting scientists of your dubious untrustworthy character. As for the…
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    The new cold fusion patent just published by the US Patent office is the first provable cold fusion theory with reduced to practice predicted technology that works every time. http://atom-ecology.russgeorge…18/09/26/magnetic-gammas/