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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Mechanism of cold fusion by nkodama.

    The SAM (Structured Atomic Model) addresses this. Perhaps not the exact theory everyone has in mind, but at least it is a start in a new direction. They have a playlist that intros their ideas at the link below. Some of us (me included) need…
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  • _Jim Reacted with Haha to RobertBryant’s post in the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Its good for 1o-20 million or so.... and a few decades ..
    but the ITER model is far superior in that respect.
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC) updates..

    (Quote from orsova)

    That is a good question. In the semiconductor 'industrial' world it would mean that working samples in limited quantities for engineering purposes are available, allowing said engineering departments to get an early start on new…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    20 methods, no, 22 methods. Too many to list here. All kinds of spectroscopy, EPR, etc.

    Maybe we review gas chromatography, from its early days, when it was used to detect, evaluate H and it's isotopes (D, T) in molecules (eg. H2,…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    That is the essence of the Hydrino. You seemed to have scored one 'through the net'. Furthermore, he predicted this 'effect' existed, then has proven it by objective lab testing.

    The theory involving sub-orbitals (below QM "ground…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Cherepanov2020)

    The biggest take-away (that is, the biggest 'thing' Maxwell did) for me from Maxwell's work was his equation stating that a magnetic mono-pole cannot exist. We know, today, in 2022 that this is owed to the nature of 'spin'…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Not as easily testable, unlike the Mills test when he sent a 'gas' derived from his "arc + energy acceptor" process (resulting in Hydrino gas) through a standard (IOW, he did not build it) gas chromatograph tester and detected a…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Cherepanov2020)

    Stated succinctly (in few words as possible), what is it? So many people cannot state it succinctly, thereby thinking it and quoting it incorrectly later. Either you accept QM/QED and their assumption of the 'ground state' of…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread BLP update.

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Ya. Kinda like old USSR/Russian RBMK graphite-moderated reactor, 3,200 MW thermal output gets you only 1,000 MW electrical output?

    Looking for better ...
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    I don't recall where I extracted this image from (Mills GUTCP?) but it gives the sub-ground energy states of the Hydrogen atom as determined theoretically and experimentally by Mills et al:

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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    What is volume at STP of 2 mol of H (monatomic Hydrogen) gas and then after reaction (2H -> H2) what is volume of 1 mol of H2 (Hydrogen molecule) gas? I would have to go to Wolfram Alpha to research that answer ...
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    Oh. I didn't realize the knowledge of Dr. Mills' discoveries weren't universal. He has written extensively on this, and this is the basis for which he has labored since the 1990's, with the 'effect' (extracting energy from…
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  • (Quote from Alan Fletcher)

    Show me your 250 kW boiler, please?

    Anybody else have something besides a few Watt curiosity that functions on a lab bench? Bueller?
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from Rob Woudenberg)

    What is your catalyst in this case? Mills use nascent water to accept the energy - the energy xfer (output) is non-radiative, as it is for the 2H -> H2 change, requiring a 'body' or mass (as some textxbooks put it) to accept…
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  • _Jim Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from _Jim)

    Been considering that too. Awhile back I built a solid PTFE chemical (Zinc-HCl) hydrogen generator. The 3 litre gas space above the liquid would sometimes show a sudden and quite large pressure drop and a simultaneous rise in…
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  • _Jim Replied to the thread Hydrogen / Oxygen explosion?.

    (Quote from zenner)

    Thinking this product is 2H, not H2 (H_sub_2), which makes the 2H 'combustible' (how say 'combine to form H_sub_2') with itself under proper conditions ...
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  • Frank has interesting reply to Morgan on ECW.

    What an absolute mess. He had months to prepare for this. He is obviously not trying very hard to inspire confidence with the setup (or he is clueless as to what that would take). Why oh why put together such
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  • _Jim Reacted with Like to Mark U’s post in the thread BLP update.

    youtube.com/watch?v=tPcTOoJoqgM

    This concentrator thermophotovoltaic SunCell® (cTPV-SunCell) comprises a plasma cell that injects hydrogen and catalyst, and two electromagnetic pumps serve as electrodes by injecting intersecting molten tin streams from
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  • It must be time for this, finally. Do not weep for the lamp.
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    youtu.be/jU-cori12KU
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  • (Quote from Zephir_AWT)

    You realize, about 1/3 of those patents expire (those filed in the US anyway) in a few years (20 some odd year 'lifetime'), not to mention I checked on one or two and they show "Abandoned" status.
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