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  • I think I also upset some people yesterday, for which I apologise.

    I have been a long time follower of the LENR story and am also interested in the blight of pseudo-science. I put my foot in it by referencing specific experiments or projects as examples,…
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    It is very likely that this is so. At least, when I turned to the Department of Physical and Technical Sciences (Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus) with my project, the main criticism boiled down to the question of the…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    I agree that every theory should be confirmed by experiment. However, in this case we are not talking about a new theory, so let's bet on testing the proposed model. In this regard, look at the final paragraph from the note presented here 'In conclusion,…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    Alan Smith, I agree, but an experiment without a theory is unreliable, you have to hope for luck. I have just been given a link to a talk where the author (Pankaj Jain) relies on the duration of the interaction (based on the time-dependent perturbation…
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  • bayak Replied to the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    For reproducibility of the experiment, LENR should be based on theory. Therefore, carefully read the note from the original post.
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  • bayak Replied to the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    The choice is yours - either a big name or bright thoughts.
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  • bayak Replied to the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    I hope that the lack of replicas does not mean that you think I'm a fraud playing with three nuts. But believe me, the approximation of three nuclei is, in principle, sufficient to solve the problem of substantiating the cold synthesis of nuclei and it…
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  • bayak Posted the thread About the Coulomb barrier in LENR.

    Usually, based on the distance at which a pair of colliding nuclei begins to attract, the kinetic energy necessary for this convergence is calculated. However, for LENR, we propose to use the approximation of three nuclei lying on the line and calculate…
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