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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from fabrice DAVID)

    It's not on their site yet. https://www.xprize.org/prizes.
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Cydonia)

    What Hagelstein does not do is explain how his theory would explain Fleischmann and Pons experiments and why they could not reproduce their own work. This is the foremost result any CF theory must explain.
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  • Steve_Casselman Reacted with Like to rubycarat’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    A few more photoss from the last night dinner:


    Above L to R. David Nagel, William (Bill) Collis. Below. Nicholas Chauvin, Alan Smith, Huw Price, Eugene.




    Eli and I gave out t-shirts with art by Matt Howarth at the conference. I sent one to my pal Andrew. …
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Look in the middle of this page where they could how many atoms are in the unit cell (4)
    https://msestudent.com/face-centered-cubic-fcc-unit-cell/
    You have to take into consideration whether or not bonds are shared between other unit…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    I have some questions about my idea. I was not sure about how much energy it takes to move a Pd-Pd bond from the alpha to the beta bond length. I used 1 eV just to make the calculation easy. But that number is crucial in figuring out how many bonds, and…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    I looked at the Google work. The size of the crystals they grew were very small. Too small to absorb the energy from a fusion event (according to me).

    I'll keep working to get my experiment done. Thanks for the advice.
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    I've been keeping track of the field since 1989. The paper I'm citing is from the field of hydrogen storage and not cold fusion. I have no compatriots. I'm an independent inventor with 14 patents in high-performance computing.

    The mechanism I'm proposing…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    When I say "phase" I mean the bond length between 2 Pd atoms. You can imagine a pure crystal, Grown in the same way they grow a silicon ingot. https://princetonscientific.co…palladium-single-crystal/

    Here you can see a single wavefront while charging the…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Currently, it's all thought experiments. I predicted alpha-beta phase waves in 2012. In 2017 phase waves were recorded in this paper published in Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms14020

    More importantly, they recorded a…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

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    It's funny that people here should talk about computer systems. In 1986 I came up with what might be the end evolution of computers. It's called reconfigurable computing nowadays. It is a multi-billion industry (I didn't get the…
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  • Steve_Casselman Reacted with Like to Shane D.’s post in the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Got to give Storm credit. He answers to any tough question, and is willing to listen to and explore any alternative explanations. He also had this to say, which I found interesting:

    Fortunately NASA is set up with calorimeters that
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from fabrice DAVID)

    It's the speed of hydrogen in palladium. It's in the paper I cite. It's the same equation as acoustic resonance but you use the velocity of hydrogen in pallidum. A spherical would be better but you can buy a little cube off the…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    This is a good example to see how my theory of coherent alpha-beta phase waves can explain what is happening with Dr. Storms's experiments.

    Page 34 bottom left paragraph. The quality that makes a batch of Pd active is the size of…
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  • Steve_Casselman Replied to the thread Post ICCF24 thread..

    The main subject of the poster I presented at the International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF24) was that coherent alpha-beta phase waves are the driving force behind cold fusion. There are two types of bonds in pallidum called alpha and beta. The…
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