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    https://phys.org/news/2017-05-…rupted-billion-years.html

    Researchers discover hottest lavas that erupted in past 2.5 billion years



    The earth core is still as hot as it has alway been. Where does all that heat come from...LENR.



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    Silver will coat the carbon sphere that faces the plasma.

    Based on Layered Composite Thermal Insulation as follows:

    A highly insulated N concentric sphere setup that holds CO2 between the spaces between the concentric sphere…
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    The area under the curve describes the power that is produced by the 3000K carbon radiator. It looks to me that the power produced in the visible range is just 10% or less of the power available in the light spectrum produced by…
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    Replied to the thread The Playground.
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    Rossi has shown himself to be and ignorant and arrogant simpleton. Abram shoves the evidence in Rossi's face and nevertheless. there is no recognition, let alone acknowledgment.
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    The SunCell's mechanism for producing over unity energy is a self sustaining plasma that requires no external energy input. It sounds counterproductive to that reaction for it to be cooled. Cooling is applied to the solar cells…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


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    Both hexagonal and Cubic Boron nitride are transparent at certain EMF wavelengths and cubic BN has the same structure and properties as diamond. BN can be hot pressed to produce a translucent tube that will allow high energy…
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    Boron nitride and lithium get along well together.

    http://news.rice.edu/2016/04/1…onents-can-take-the-heat/
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    Rossi claims to be running the QuarkX for a year without refueling.


    One of the biggest challenges in the QuarkX design is keeping hydrogen contained inside the tube at 2700C for an extended period of time. The containment material must have to be very…
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    Liked LFH Sam’s post in the thread The Playground.
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    (Quote from BobHiggins)

    If your belief were true, then the entire length of the alumina tube would be lit by the central hot spot as in an incandescent light bulb. But the tube does not glow in a uniformly distributed light. Most of the light generated…
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    (Quote from BobHiggins)

    Shouldn't the reaction temperature be accurately reckoned at 1000C rather that 350C. The place in the alumina tube closest to the filament is receiving heat at 1000C not at a distance where the temperature is cooled to 350C. We…
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    (Quote from BobHiggins)

    How can a blue white light be produced in an experiment that uses resistant heat at 350C. Is the reaction producing a laser like effect? The measured heat at 350C and the observation of a 5000K light source does not make sense to…
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    (Quote from Can)

    There is something wrong with this experiment. The production of that light can't be from a 350C heat source. Alumina is NOT transparent at 350C. When something looks wrong in an experiment, then the results of that experiment must be…
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    That is hard to beleive. There must be a way to test this assumption by setting up a resistive heat source inside the tube that could produce the same blue white light production effect.
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    It might be that the LENR reaction wants to run hot at just below 3000C. This could be why Rossi has had problems with burnouts over the years when the balance between cooling applied to the LENR reactor's structure and LENR heat production is lost. It…
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    Let us go through that paper and dig out the details that you need. To start out, what is your most pressing issue?
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    The Rossi Gullstrom paper describes such an experiment. The paper also reveals some technical hints and in fact is pushing out such reaction clues as the quadrupole magnetic field.
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    StephenC says:


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    The indications that you highlight imply that there is a hot spot that is generated at the center of the QX tube. This characteristic is reminiscent of the concentration that occurs in a magnetic and/or electrostatic trap.

    At…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Hot pressed Boron Nitride can be coated with an oxygen resistant micro layer via vapor deposition.

    See

    https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms3541

    During the Boron Nitride hot pressing operation, a axial channel can be…
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    The QX design has changed over time. It initially produced 100 watts at first then it was downsized to 20 watts. Now it is up to 240 watts in the latest version. The 100 watt QX temperature was just beyond the melting point of nickel. Now in the 240 watt…