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  • Used to be called Rob Christian
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  • Rob Posted the thread What is this article?.

    I found this rather thorough article on cold fusion (written from a strictly opposed viewpoint), and I can't figure out who this is written by or what this website is for. Could any of you help me figure out what I'm looking at here? And who the author…
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  • Rob Reacted with Like to Paradigmnoia’s post in the thread Calorimetry at the high school level?.

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    I built a Mizuno type mass air flow calorimeter, with about 1/2 m3 internal volume. I recommend using foam board walls for such a type and do not use acrylic except for a window if necessary. Several thermocouples and fan power etc. were…
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  • Rob Replied to the thread Calorimetry at the high school level?.

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    Sounds like it would make a good Instructible article.
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  • Rob Posted the thread Calorimetry at the high school level?.

    Is there an easy and inexpensive way to do calorimetry? Something that comes off-the-shelf ready to use, and doesn't require much skill?
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  • Rob Replied to the thread LENR electrolyzer powered jet planes?.

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    The question was asked by one person, me. It’s rather illogical to cast this is as a trend throughout the whole community. Also, if you inspect the original question more closely, you’ll see that it was a question on engineering…
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  • Rob Reacted with Thanks to Shane D.’s post in the thread LENR electrolyzer powered jet planes?.

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    As long as it isn't about a Rossi heater, dreaming is welcomed here!
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  • Rob Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread LENR electrolyzer powered jet planes?.

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    There is more than one kind of jet plane, and the flight dynamics and power demand between them varies enormously. In the interview I filmed with Professor Iwamura he mentioned that they are beginning to look at future projects involving flight,…
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  • Rob Posted the thread LENR electrolyzer powered jet planes?.

    Assuming a future where LENR is solved, understood, and controllable, what would be the engineering hurdles involved in powering a jet airplane using on-demand H2 from electrolysis?

    Water could potentially fuel the LENR reactor and provide the H2 for the…
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