Mark U Member

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    I put Mills in a different category for having an actual brick and mortar headquarters, with a well equipped lab. You can even drive up the building, touch it and know it is real. A BOD's, and an active investor group…
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    It occurs to me by that * asterisk mention, that a good analogy for this issue is baseball, and Barry Bonds. He certainly generated a ton of controversy and lots of people dislike him, saying that he does not deserve mention in…
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    I think you misinterpret my personal policy of "don't start nuthin', won't BE nuthin'"... It is aimed at reducing insults to FORUM participants, not insults to Rossi. In my view, Rossi has earned all these insults. But I draw…
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    I still recommend that everybody interested in learning physics should first read Mill's GUT-CP. It is far superior than any nuclear/chemical physics textbook as all its logic is based on strong causality physics: Newton & Maxwell.

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    Liked Epimetheus’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    With these comments main line scientists just showed their bias. These "loud scientists" are related to science as "mainstream journalists" to journalism these days. The critizism found on wikipedia is rediculous. They…
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    Liked stefan’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    nansteel report, is a new report (or is it a repost ?) of spectrographic validation claiming surplus energy in the suncell. It looks like they submit new news
    almost every other day now. I can't judge this report but I find the development interesting.…
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    This sounds like Plos One has THHuxleynew and SOT as consultants
    the old " electronic interference" problem/canard
    from decades ago...
    thousands of plasma researchers are of course totally unaware ..
    and have…
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    Decide for yourselvex. Here's the author's side of the story:

    https://disq.us/url?url=https%…QsOz8rhsIAzo&cuid=3763762


    Subject: Re: [Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction
    Retraction opposed by me
    Posted by lholmlid on 23 Feb 2019 at 14:24 GMT
    The…
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    I actually find the behaviour of the anti-Rossi troll community much more interesting than "RossiWrites" (which is what it is, regardless of being good business or not). How is it possible that so many spend so much time trashing LENR…
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    I would advise Mats against it though, since you only want him here for fishing and "honey pot" purposes. His current approach of "not feeding the trolls" and instead sharing his opinion on his blog (which is read by everyone…
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    Nope. I lack the imagination to make up the kind of bullshit that skeptics proclaim. It would never occur to me that anyone would demand a kilowatt, or a "lab rat" experiment that "anyone" could do is needed, or any of the…
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    I agree. But cold fusion is not in the category "surprising nuclear physics" yet. I hope it will be eventually. I would say it is in the category of surprising material science, or surprising electrochemistry. The results are…
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    Many scientists have replicable experiments with gammas. They avoided publishing this fact because they could not explain the gammas. On the other side 10000's of papers with a multiple of authors have claimed that the strong…
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    I did wonder if he is using a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) - these are very accurate machines, but normally work with tiny samples.
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    Replied to the thread Canadian LENR Proposal.
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    From the link:
    The released heat is determined by a temperature increase of 3C during a certain time interval resulted in a net energy released in the sample holder of 384.15229776 J based on the weight of the inflated D2 is
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    Canadian researcher, Dr. Dimiter Alexandrov, Lakehead University, in his semiconductor research laboratory, performed successful replicable LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) experiments considering interactions of both deuterium and hydrogen gases with…
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    He was just coming out of the pub car park and probably thought he had priority.