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  • Isaac Asimov has stated that “Science can amuse and fascinate us all, but it is engineering that changes the world.” Albert Einstein said, “Scientists investigate that which already is; engineers create that which has never been.” Freeman Dyson
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  • As indicated above, the program can begin with previously discussed system concepts and parameters, e.g.:
    - scaling-up from liquid electrolysis experiments to industrial systems would be difficult.
    - deuterium gas loading in gaseous systems can be just as
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  • Previous post indicated the most important factor in a cold fusion program is how well management can crack the whip (as was done in the Manhattan project and some others since then). The Pentagon is the only agency able to do this and serve effectively…
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  • In saying "in rapid program development, much like the Manhattan Project (though not as technically complex)", the most important factor is how well management can crack the whip. This is possible with very high priority programs, where exceptionally…
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  • Cold fusion looks like the best option to address climate change. But this will require significant government support in rapid program development, much like the Manhattan Project (though not as technically complex). The development process must focus
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  • The parallel is striking between the climate crisis and Netflix's movie, "Don't Look Up". After trying unsuccessfully to get U.S. government attention over a large incoming comet, the astronomer shouts on the news channel, "Don't you understand? We're…
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  • Information discussed at the recent 23rd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF-23) in June 2021 has provided even greater encouragement for pursuing the goal of commercialization. In a briefing on “The Nature of the D+D
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  • This discussion is critically important as only eight (8) years are available to develop a robust energy solution to global warming/climate change. The drop-dead date is 2032 (see “As Climate Change Worsens, A Cascade of Tipping Points Looms,” by
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  • It may be helpful if we stepped back a moment to discuss our conventional view of nuclear reactions, as this seems to differ a little from some recent writings by others attempting to explain cold fusion. Physics books that discuss nuclear particle
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  • Professor Sinha's technical background is highly important: Dr. Krityunjai Prasad (K.P.) Sinha received an M.Sc. from Allahabad University in 1950, a Ph.D.in Solid-State Physics in 1956 from Poona University, and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics in 1959…
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  • Posts #116 and 117 are interested in the term "lochon".

    This term is explained as follows in "A Theoretical Model for Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions in a Solid Matrix," published in Infinite Energy Magazine: The central idea of the model is that an…
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  • The post #115 states that after 1999 there was a Research Gate (RG) publication by Sinha and Meulenberg in 2011.

    "Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion" (pages 37-38) says that Professor Sinha continued his theoretical work on cold fusion…
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  • Related theories are discussed in "The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions" by Edmund Storms (Infinite Energy Press, 2014) and in "Ultra Low Momentum Neutron Catalyzed Nuclear Reactions on Metallic Hydride Surfaces," by Alan Widom and Lewis…
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  • Key local electron pairing concepts listed in NEPS-TN-003:
    a, The role of local electron pairs (S=0) was first demonstrated to enhance superconductivity in 1966.
    b. The importance of local electron pairs in high-temperature oxide superconductors was…
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  • A recent post indicates that about 40 copies of Professor Sinha's briefing charts were distributed as a technical note to scientists across the nation. This note is identified as NEPS-TN-003 dated November 18, 1999, and was distributed at that time, for…
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  • K.P. Sinha's work from the late 1990s and discussed in "A Theoretical Model for Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions," Infinite Energy Magazine, January-February 2000 introduced the first theory that seriously viewed cold fusion as occurring in cracks, crevices…
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  • Robert Bryant's post says that nuclear energy transfer by internal conversion and pair production is a testable assumption. These are two normal nuclear phenomena and are studied in nuclear physics courses. "Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear…
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  • Robert Bryant's recent post says: that gammas are not emitted appears to be the approximate reality in experiments.

    The most logical explanation from studying nuclear physics would be to assume that some of the energy produced by the third d+d fusion…
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  • Dr. Richard: Your apology is accepted. We would be very pleased to send you and your associates at Ecalox copies of "Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion, if you can send your mailing address to [email protected].
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  • The first usage of "Snicker-bar" as far as we know was by "Dr. Richard" on January 6, 2022, but we have no idea what is meant by it. Maybe someone on the LENR-forum staff could ask "Dr. Richard" to explain what is meant.
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