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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)

    Interesting to see this discussion between you two. It is an almost carbon copy of an exchage of views Dr Storms and I had a few months ago.
    Storms' experiments and his theories derived therefrom may well lead him to criticise…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Alan, why use a mesh for this purpose? The mesh plays no role and makes interpretation more complex. A solid sheet, I predict, would produce more heat and be easier to interpret. As for use of Ti, I suggested use of this element…
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)

    7 of 20 - Every action of nature is controlled by a mechanism that science tries to understand. When a new is behavior was first observed, the action seems to make no sense until the controlling mechanism is understood.…
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    When we were told "Seek and ye shall find ..." no one mentioned how long you might have to seek.

    Some seeking lasts generations. Enjoy the journey for it may be all you get to experience. Your children's children will reap what you have sown.
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    (Quote from jeff)

    That's true. Semiconductor research floundered around making little progress from the 1920s until a theory emerged in 1948.
    (Quote from jeff)

    I do not think they were well established. As I said, most theory emerged just before the…
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    There is nothing much to report about the replications. No positive results. Zhang was getting positive results. He found a problem with the pump, fixed it, and got more positive results. But lately the heat has petered out. I know of two or three other…
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    https://e-catworld.com/2019/10…zuno-replication-efforts/

    We are not the only ones wondering. I know after their null result, Deneum "played a bit with the meshes" using various combos of pressure/heat, but nothing happened. Dmitry is on to other things…
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    Just a thought. When the succesfull Mizuno meshes were handled after removal, I wonder if they were bent much, and if so, were they brittle?