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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    The mysterious strong force is a bastion of the Standard Model.
    Bernard Schaeffer's magnetic force is actively suppressed heresy in Western Europe

    http://bernardschaeffer.canalblog.com

    refused by…
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    Did I miss Ruby's description of the Mizuno (Rothwell) presentation or is it yet to come?

    Ruby -- huge thanks for taking notes and making these summary blog entries. We are indebted to you. Great job!!!

    (Anonymous)
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    Ruby is doing such a great job, actually several at once, passing out T-Shirts, videoing presentations, and running the mic (when found) round to questioners. Meanwhile I'm working the edge of the crowd, picking up gossip and discussing technicalities.…
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    ZenoOfElea

    You need to understand that unquoted investments are valued according to the most recent equity investment. In a stock such as IH that bears little relationship to progress and more to whether one specific investor is willing to pay more…
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    @Ascoli, nichrome wire resistance varies greatly with temperature. There is not any logical reason to expect control and active heaters to have the same resistance nor is it necessary for calibration to use the exact same heater. Resistance heaters…
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    @SOT has reiterated my argument exactly. We both agree the postulated argument goes the wrong way but @THH is saying that if there is an adjustment based on the PSU inefficiency that then that could show up as excess power. I think Jed has cleared the…
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    @THH, I have a question for you from a theme that seems to be popping up now and again after reading your posts. At multiple times you mentioned possible discrepancy about input power measurement of Mizuno not clear if its measured before or after the…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    That remains to be seen. We may find that all forms of LENR are fundamentally alike in some way. This would be like discovering that combustion and metabolism are fundamentally alike, even though they look quite different in many…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    The temperature can be mixed perfectly while the air flow profile could be very asymmetrical.
    What do you think is happening when ambient air goes through the fan? The air temperature separates into cold and hot layers…
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    Just a little confirmation of physics and pardon me if I missed something here but the specific heat of air calculation you are using assumes dry air which I am positive is not the case. It would improve accuracy of the airflow calorimeter if RH was…
  • I'm too busy to look it up but I remember a lot of extremely insulting and abrasive remarks when I pointed out a few months ago that IH was grossly overvalued. IMO, it still is. Except possibly as a company for way out basic research, I think it has no…
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    SOT - it is not.

    However, in case you have missed it, for reasons that are still not entirely clear the easy to test independently and obviously important R20 is no longer working. I've not heard whether the next best R19…
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    (Quote from RobertBryant)


    I am focussed on that. I am writing drafts of it in English and Japanese.

    I have no knowledge of the non-technical aspects of Mizuno's work. I was not aware that he distributed reactors last year, except for the three that I…
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    Jed,

    Please look at Figure 20 of T. Mizuno / Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science 25 (2017) 1–25 (ref 1 of the ICCF22 preprint). It shows the inlet and outlet T’s on a run from the same calorimeter. Two points from that Figure: (1.) The…
  • JedRothwell , do you know who H. Zhang is ? I have been doing some googling and there is plenty of H. Zhang researchers, so far the only one I have not found a picture of to know if matches the face in the paper you posted is a Haifeng Zhang who has…
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    Unless you can provide proper detail (just like a high school student could) your remark as my colleague Curbina said is just flinging mud. As a first time poster, you are 'ind of' forgiven, but if you continue making posts of this…
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    I do not find it astonishing. The paper essential said they found no evidence for cold fusion. It implied that cold fusion has not been replicated. It did not mention the many replications, although it did list LENR-CANR.org in…
  • The problem with patents is that if valid patents, in that the descriptions therin should enable 'any person skilled in the art etc etc' they tell the competition exactly how to copy your work. My own opinion of investors who demand patents, is that you…
  • A patent is no better than your ability to defend it, which is very expensive and very distracting. The sensible route forward is to be first, best, and cheapest.
  • Zhang already addressed the chemical heat possibility by stating “The added deuterium gas is 1.5 ml 0.3 MPa, about 0.0002 mole, and the chemical energy is about 60 joules. The measured excess heat is much larger than the chemical energy.”