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    New Brillouin USPTO Patent Applications --


    United States Patent Application  20190122774   April 25, 2019

    ENERGY GENERATION APPARATUS AND METHOD

    Abstract: A practical technique for inducing and controlling the fusion of nuclei within a solid…
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    Holmlid probably sensibly stays out of the cold fusion debate since he already faces intense opposition to his theories from other academics. But you can't state categorically that muons may not ever be generated by a cold fusion system since there are…
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    Holmlid's recent work also raises the possibility that muons may be generated in cold fusion. His rotatoral model seems entirely consistent with Wyttenbach's theories. Such an accumulation of muons within a lattice could again lead to a chain reaction…
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    RB - the issue here was calculation of electron anomalous magnetic moment.

    Why is that more relevant? It is calculated from QED, a simpler and stunningly accurate theory that Mills dismisses as wrong. Mills has a closed form determination of it from…
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    Well there is no known element W that decays releasing protons. That's not what I meant, I was referring to the possibility of secondary fusion reactions between He3 + He3 releasing 2 protons, He3 + D releasing one proton, leading to an accumulation of…
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    High energy protons generated from D-D fusion = He4* = tritium + proton

    to reiterate :
    lenr-forum.com/attachment/8255/


    and this mainly comes from the astrophysics of brown dwarfs which are thought to burn D rather than Hydrogen as in hotter stars.


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    So the source of the mysterious gammas from deuterium cold fusion remains obscure - another possibility could be that the high energy proton released by the other D-D fusion branch interacts/ collides with another D atom so p + D = He3 + gamma? Sorry…
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    Ok then so where do the gammas come from, does W's theory predict they are released following d-d fusion to energized Helium 4 which then releases a gamma? (along with tritium, protons, neutrons etc depending on which pathway the decay takes). These are…
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    I wasn't suspecting a global conspiracy or incompetence - the momentum hv as you say accounts for it, thanks THH. Probably not as big an effect as they suggest though and there's may be other unknown possible interactions between gammas and deuterium…
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    Nice answer Kevmo, that's what I'm getting at maybe the condensed matter data is already there, in addition to the recent atom ecology observations on gammas. There is something I find very strange about the description of how a fission bomb is used as…
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    Let's just call it ICFER after ITER - I understand your scepticism but we are very close to putting all the pieces of the jigsaw together here in the UK - any contributions to such an international project would be gratefully received.
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    But I do agree with SOT, we need to construct a whacking great reactor with all the necessary ingredients and correct protocols for gassing/degassing with deuterium (and include any other likely catalysts like FeK which may produce ultra dense…
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    There's probably not much more experimental work being done on nuclear fusion weapons since all the test ban treaties - apart from maybe secret squirrel stuff in Iran and N Korea. You can more or less read 'how to make a fusion bomb' on wiki, which…
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    I don't think a minnow or a guppy would have been able to bite such a big chunk out of the Great White IH, do you? Looking forward to this mysterious 'announcement'. If a working viable cold fusion reactor is now a reality (and I can't see why not…
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    And that last patent on preventing reverse engineeriing by IH is just patently ridiculous. Are they having a bout of group paranoia, desperately clinging on to the IP they have indiscriminately acquired from independent sources from around the World? …
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    Why not give yourself a break and stop going over this past history in such detail - I think we all know that Rossi has embellished the truth of his measurements, continues to do it to this day with his most recent demo (I still maintain he used either a…
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    I think we should include Rossi in the who's who list because there's still a chance he may make good in the end despite his devious corrupt ways of achieving that end - isn't he just a small shark swimming in a sea of much larger sharks all trying to…
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    Here's 20 neutristors ganged together - could 100 drive a cold fusion reactor?

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    Sorry to throw cold water on this but the same neutron yield could be obtained by linking together 100 of Sandia Corp's neutristors which each produce 1000 neutrons per pulse with a much lower energy input. Producing neutrons within a fusion reactor…
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    That's very interesting, so Seashore could suddenly materialize one day with all our LENR technology problems solved having beavered away on it for so long in secrecy? Presumably they would have had to report back (progress reports?) to their principal…