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    IIRC, Yet-Ming Chiang also stated that their (Schenkel / Google) Claytor replication was very stable and repeatable, though only producing a small number of neutrons. Philip Ball also wrote an article suggesting that they were making preliminary…
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    And some from the disbanded SPAWAR/GEC team, are now part of the NASA/GEC team: NASA: New Paper about Experimental Progress
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    The SPAWAR team claim that the co-dep protocol is replicable.

    https://www.academia.edu/38420…tions_in_Condensed_Matter
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    I watched this movie tonight and absolutely loved it. Thought some here might enjoy it and so thought I'd pass it on. Made in 1969 in Poland, here's the synopsis:

    The protagonists of the film are two talented physicists – one of them leaves the city for
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    A direct download link for anybody wanting to save a copy:

    https:// <*> seed163.bitchute.com/y55ALqE79m5o/JeayYvGaOoIL.mp4

    The forum software automatically wraps tags around, and embeds, the movie, so just remove the <*> to get the file.
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    Here is a short paper describing a verification of Mizuno's experiment at the Hokkaido University of Science. This document includes an English version and the original Japanese version.

    https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/IgarashiJdevelopmen.pdf
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    (Quote from Navid)


    What? Incredibly dumb. You can watch it happen on dozens of video taken at the time. You can drive a feather through steel if you provide it with enough speed. The complete destruction of the buildings was accomplished by tons of…
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    I hate to see the 9/11 conspiracy theories rearing their stupid heads again. PBS's Nova did a superb job of bringing leading engineering applications together with meticulously detailed history and video. I don't recall if Nova addressed the issue of…
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    Quantifying Defects in Thin Films using Machine Vision
    Nina Taherimakhsousi, Benjamin P. MacLeod, Fraser G. L. Parlane, Thomas D. Morrissey, Edward P. Booker, Kevan E. Dettelbach, Curtis P. Berlinguette

    The sensitivity of thin-film materials and devices to
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    Strain Influences the Hydrogen Evolution Activity and Absorption Capacity of Palladium
    Ryan P. Jansonius, Phil A. Schauer, David J. Dvorak, Benjamin P. MacLeod, David. K. Fork, Curtis Berlinguette

    Strain‐engineering can be used to increase the activity
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    A new USPTO Patent Application from Industrial Heat --

    United States Patent Application 20200129942 April 30, 2020

    LOW COST PLATE REACTOR FOR EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS

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    A low cost and versatile plate reactor is capable of producing exothermic…
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    PHYSICAL REVIEW C 101 (2020)
    Novel nuclear reactions observed in bremsstrahlung-irradiated deuterated metals

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center
    JWK Corporation,
    Vantage Partners, LLC
    PineSci Consulting
    Cleveland State…
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    PHYSICAL REVIEW C 101 (2020)
    Nuclear fusion reactions in deuterated metals

    PineSci Consulting
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center
    JWK Corporation,
    Vantage Partners, LLC,
    Cleveland State University
    Ohio Aerospace Institute

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    I've just started reading this - an find it very engrossing. But it doesn't mention LENR that I have seen yet - but a lot on AI.

    https://www.amazon.com/Precipi…re-Humanity/dp/0316484911

    If all goes well, human history is just beginning. Our species could…
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)


    The gulf between 'rumour' and 'published in Nature' is pretty wide. It's not a binary, even if one wished it so.
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    I think this is the proper place to convey very good news that we have been made aware of, through the back channels, from a person working directly with Dr. Mizuno:

    The Hokkaido replication team is currently able to reproduce close to 1 KW excess heat,
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    Mesh prep for MR2 went well: 21 mg of Pd was deposited on the mesh with good density and distribution. Details have been added to the live doc at https://tinyurl.com/vudbmro
    The mesh is now in the cell, with bake-out running. I expect to add D2 tomorrow…
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    Will the calcite crystals (crushed by the burnishing step) retain their structure in a low pressure hydrogen atmosphere in contact with nickel/palladium (i.e. by extension, catalytically-split atomic hydrogen) at elevated…
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    I will do at least one more attempt, following the published procedure. More care and study must be given to the mesh preparation, including re-annealing the Pd just prior to use, and sample analysis of the mesh after each step. The difference between…