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    Just, in the spirit of harmony and good will, to resolve some of these apparently contradictory points:

    Alain: Rossi will do what he wants whatever other people think
    MY: Rossi cares about what others think - look at JONP!

    I believe both statements…
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    What good are vivid delusions if you can’t share them with others?
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)


    I dabble in logic. Rossi is looking for gullible, naive investors. And as for your argument that "People with kind of money are not stupid and do due diligence" please see Juicero (raised over $100 million), Pets.com (not…
  • So I was having a little trouble with the latter part of IOs message and did some Internet lookups. Thought you all might benefit too. IO's words in double quotes--

    “The early attempts to construct a sufficiently robust spiral decommutator”

  • In a nutshell, basically, the only new principle involved is that instead of the power being generated by the relaxive motion of conductors and fluxes, it is produced by the modial interactions of magneto-reluctance and capacitive directance.

    The…
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    Jed has posted a couple more comments that reveal how intractable he really is on the 'bucket' issue, and in fact on anything I write. It is hopeless trying to change his mind. All you have to do is look back to 2002 and see he is saying the same…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Jed doesn't understand the need for clarity in explorative calculation. That's because he's not a scientist. As I mentioned elsewhere, the terms were clearly defined in the computational results I…
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    OK, so I guessed wrong. Jed is more confusing than I thought. So what we have is 'Mizuno bucket anecdote' data, and unrelated data from Mizuno's recent work. OK, got it.

    To summarize my position...Mizuno's 2017 data is…
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    Let's see...April 25...cell at ">100 deg C.", (don't know how much greater so we assume just 100C, admittedly could have assumed anything)
    April 26..."Cell temperature has not declined."

    So, if I drop a 'hot object', not a…
  • kirkshanahan

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    To LENR-FORUM:

    I'm pretty sure Jed is doing his usual here. Yes, Mizuno tried to use the 'hot object' he plunked into the bucket in immediately preceding CF experiments. But the data I and bocijn and Zeus discussed using…
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    No he's not, but the next time some program revisits cold fusion claims, I might apply to play him on TV. Using bocjin as a reference.
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    Are we talking about the same thing here? My comment you were responding to referred to the 'Mizuno bucket anecdote', nothing else. It seems to me you are talking about the Mizuno preprint you posted which is now apparently in…
  • kirkshanahan

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    You say tomatoes, I say tomatoes... (Hmmm...doesn't work well in print does it?)

    'Inacurrate' to me means the data is off target. It could be very precise though. Like a zero offset problem. What I saw and posted was an…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)


    Sad to hear that. Personally, I would have tried to see if it _really_ produced excess heat by using it in a real scientific study before destroying it. But that's just me.
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    Adding the quote clarified the reference. I did assume the quoteless comment referenced other points. I didn't delete the response to that post because the points I made in it were valid. Your attributing particular emotions to me…
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    kirkshanahan wrote: 

    I didn't ignore any of their arguments.
    Zeus46 wrote:

    ...in your opinion

    So, Z edited his post to include a quote that changed the meaning of the 'in your opinion' phrase. In relation to the new meaning...

    I'm still waiting for…
  • kirkshanahan

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    It's not an 'opinion' to note that they did not comment on the systematic CCS/AETR proposal. To 'deal' with my proposal, they have to discuss it, at the very least.

    Also, it's not an 'opinion' to note they assigned my name to…
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    @MY - No it isn't. There are multiple problems with it. The biggest being that Mizuno supplied part of the data underlying this publication to Jed who posted it here. Examining the data showed drastic changes in behavior which…
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    They most important thing about the paper that Marwan, McKubre, Tanzella, Hagelstein, Miles, Swartz, Storms, Iwamura, Mosier-Boss, and Forsley wrote is that it demonstrates they have no argument of any kind to counter my CCS/ATER…
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    (Quote from bocijn)


    No...one of his 'buddies'. You didn't get the point about the gas siphoning story did you....