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  • InkTide Replied to the thread Sun more of a puzzle than we (so far) thought..

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    I would be willing to bet that most of the doubt around the theory of metallic hydrogen in the gas giants (which I remember and I'm only 24) came from a fear that such a confirmation would vindicate Robitaille's criticisms of the…
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread Sun more of a puzzle than we (so far) thought..

    There's also the possibility that Dr. Pierre Marie Robitaille is right, and the sun is not gaseous but condensed matter (as opposed to a giant structureless sphere of ionized hydrogen nucleus gas that can never condense to a non-gaseous structural phase…
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  • InkTide Reacted with Nucleus to Edo’s post in the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

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    What you are describing here so eloquently is the basis for my motivation to try and figure out how the different elements are structured, because I wanted to understand reality better. This lead in the end to the Structured Atom…
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  • InkTide Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    InkTide

    No problem. Never forget, rule#1 is 'don't offend the money'.
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    (Quote from Edo)

    I'm familiar with (and a huge fan of) your work! I don't have your book yet but I plan to order it soon - I'm also already a fan of Gareth's approach to things, and have seen his videos on the structured atomic model. Given that…
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I think this is actually the primary reason. The people with the politicians'/business leaders' (i.e. people born to rich families) ears in terms of alternative energy production are those very same hot fusion proponents.

    I'd love…
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Well, I don't know about that - the impact may just be negative

    Particle colliders are extremely expensive, after all.
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    I'm not saying they proved electrons, I'm saying they act as though their theories on electrons prove that electronic technology only exists because they theorized the electron. If you want to push the boundaries of understanding…
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  • InkTide Replied to the thread What is the current state of LENR?.

    (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    High energy particle physicists like to trot out the electron as proof that high energy particle physics has potential for massive economic impact.

    In doing so, they take credit for the work of decades of engineers who actually…
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