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Daniel_G Replied to the thread Conventional Nuclear (AKA Nuclear Fission) a thread for discussion of the pros / cons..Some form of nuclear will be absolutely essential to wean us off of fossil fuels. It’s delusional to think otherwise. Beware of groupthink.
Daniel_G Reacted with to Curbina’s post in the thread Conventional Nuclear (AKA Nuclear Fission) a thread for discussion of the pros / cons..(Quote from Daniel_G)
And I would agree to that, these are technologies that have a niche, but when it comes to ner zero, we are far from it being realistic.
Daniel_G Replied to the thread Conventional Nuclear (AKA Nuclear Fission) a thread for discussion of the pros / cons..The conclusion is that the sharing schemes, even when shared across the entire continental United States does not solve the problem.
It’s a very well thought out and logically presented argument. If you choose not to watch it you are showing your…
Daniel_G Replied to the thread Conventional Nuclear (AKA Nuclear Fission) a thread for discussion of the pros / cons..Watch the video and then we can discuss. The arguments are solid and logical.
Daniel_G Reacted with to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Direct Production Of Electricity - Infinite Energy..One of the references in a recent communication from Storms caught my eye. Although this is a modelling paper, rather than an experimental paper, it certainly brings to mind a potential connection with shrunken hydrogen (mini atoms) and beyond that…
- Gas-phase calorimetry at high temperatures has subtle artifacts from radiative losses dependent on surface albedo
1)The Jacques Ruer transpiration calorimeter recovers more than 99% of its input energy in the passing air stream.
Daniel_G Reacted with to Gennadiy Tarassenko’s post in the thread Direct Production Of Electricity - Infinite Energy..This iron or ceramic composition is similar to the planet Earth, so where do you get new energy and constantly...
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For what it’s worth, we are working on this very issue. We have a working reactor and a dummy. I have brought it to two reputable labs run by credible and well known researchers. We have done a positive run on one calorimeter…
Daniel_G Replied to the thread The LENR Induced Fission Thread.(Quote from Alan Smith)
John Rohner not Bob Rohner. Two very different stories.
Daniel_G Reacted with to Wyttenbach’s post in the thread The LENR Induced Fission Thread.(Quote from GRMattson)
The alpha particle is very stable and will not give up any particles (n,p) unless you add tons of energy.
But you can add alpha particles to most other nuclei and transmute them. This stops at the Lanthanides where it becomes…
Daniel_G Reacted with to JedRothwell’s post in the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.(Quote from Alan Smith)
You mean at ICCF25, I assume. I will be participating virtually.
(I don't like to travel, and I must say, attending a conference in room with dozens of books, 1,166 papers, and three large video screens right there in front me is…
Daniel_G Reacted with to THHuxleynew’s post in the thread The perpetual “is LENR even real” argument thread..(Quote from Storms)
That is what I have been doing. I am asking for other people to suggest a clear replicable LENR experiment (with, indeed, precise instructions). If they do that, I am happy to help as much as I can (which may be little) by suggesting…
Daniel_G Reacted with to Curbina’s post in the thread Ed Storms Pre-print on Cold Fusion, Materials and Gaps. Comments Please!.Looking at the fees for access, hourly use of the FIB machine and hourly rates of staff, USD 10K would allow roughly 50 - 60 hours of work with the machine. Not a cheap material, but totally worth it if we can find the sweet spot between 1 and 10…
Daniel_G Reacted with to Storms’s post in the thread The perpetual “is LENR even real” argument thread..(Quote from Alan Smith)
I agree with THH and Alan. A study of material behavior at the human level of observation is like a black art. Physics can be applied successfully only at the atomic level, with examples being the design of microprocessors and…
Daniel_G Replied to the thread Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC) updates..THH, speaking from someone who is in the process of validating our current technology in multiple labs I personally appreciate your critical feedback as something I can learn from.
One lab where I am at right now did a calibration run, kind of half…
Daniel_G Reacted with to BEC’s post in the thread Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC) updates..I think the ARPA-E money is strictly for academic work to come up with a scientific description of the phenomenon. In reality, there are several different types of LENReactions. Brillouin Energy is following the one that I can see a clear path to…
Stainless steels oxidize in an approximately 20 micron layer at high temperatures so I’m trying to calculate the maximum potential heat of oxidation of 1400 mm3 of stainless steel
THH, in a small 1L reactor weighing 1.8kg, containing only hydrogen, how much output energy would convince you that the reaction is not chemical?
Note if it was full of only H2 and it was oxidized fully to water it would produce on the order of 18kJ.
Daniel_G Reacted with to magicsound’s post in the thread MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS ONLY.I'm taking a break while waiting for the new type meshes from me356. Those will have to be sealed in inert gas for shipment, not an easy task. In other news, my Cirrus 2 mass spec. system has returned from reconditioning and calibration at MKS. I'm…