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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Alan Smith any replication related news from third parties?

    From my side: hobby-grade commitment is what I can afford, status update: some parts have arrived (discharge tube stuff, electrolysis unit stuff,…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    This classic from JJ Thomson is one of my favourites: https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/1636856.pdf
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    It would have been interesting to monitor monochromatic lines corresponding to heavier fusion products. Production of helium and heavier elements apparently is common despite the fact little to no effort is generally spent on…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Like to nickec’s post in the thread THE USEFUL BOOK THREAD.

    Pulsed Power uploaded per Alan Smith's suggestion.

    The link should allow you to view and download.

    File exceeded size limits of Forum, thus I provide the link below.

    https://drive.google.com/file/…40Jmy7C4/view?usp=sharing

    When I searched for relaxation I…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Thanks to nickec’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    I posted a link to my gdrive as file was too large to upload to lenr-forum directly.

    See useful book thread.
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Never underestimate the power of pigeon droppings. This was reputed to be their effect on MIT's Van de Graff machine in the Round Hill hangar.



    Source
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Haha to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    I'm not sure any of this can be sensibly put into words, yet.


    But for many years I've felt like the guy in the Gary Larson cartoon who has Anatidaephobia...




    The duck, of course, represents a principle that is absolutely fundamental
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    As a good physics course to be able to comprehend the vast documentation out there focused on excess energy (perhaps of which much is pigeon-poo grade), I found the book "PULSED POWER" by Gennady A. Mesyats to be of high value. Attained pdf (30MB) here:

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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Also Stan Meyer's work in the perspective of CPs makes a lot more sense!

    Check what I've just found:
    youtube.com/watch?v=NrAghVFwJ_I

    It's clearly not electrolysis by current. Look at that rate of production and those gas jets shooting out!


    Do you think it…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Haha to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    And, unfortunately, although it is all fascinating, a lot of it will turn out to be a distraction. The problem is that it is often impossible to know, beforehand, which paths are going to lead to the desired destination.

    It could…
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  • (Quote from Rjzk)

    You're spot on!
    These thoughts troubled me as well, here's how I explained it to myself:

    "As far as I understand there is no dielectric surface in Egely's device." --> There is 0.5bar of H2 gas and/or water vapor. Water has one of the…
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    There is plenty to read and process. The whole journey "only" took Egely about 40 years. For myself, I barely scratched the surface, but even so I have >0.5GB of files already pulled, dozens of publications, patents and books, >10k…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    There are a lot of papers and other articles, jointly authored by Gennady Mesyats, available on ResearchGate.
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    From an exploratory physics perspective, the early papers from Gennady A. Mesyats are fascinating. Good details on electrode materials and geometry, electrical parameters, explosion event.







    If only he had looked at the energy balance or considered the…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    In that case you should read this ... the complete Ken Shoulders.

    THE USEFUL BOOK THREAD
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Hi. I read some papers and thought to myself there must be something going on if so many minds have (re)discovered the same effect and bothered documenting it, also filing patents on it. Worth committing to lab work...
    Continued to work on BOM and have…
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Thanks for the suggestion! I still have to digest them! Both these papers seem to be a continuation of a first publication in 1993, I think one needs to start with reading that, otherwise key info is missing. (Dufour, J. (1993).…
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  • Tibi.fusion Reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Tibi.fusion

    I suggest a look at this paper, where needle-point electrodes were used.

    https://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/DufourJcoldfusiona.pdf

    Also another paper on page 482 (yes!) of this collection of excellent papers from the LENR-CANR library run by Jed…
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.



    I've made some tweaks to this design
    - spot weldings to reduce corona discharge
    - remove o-ring, add zip ties to facilitate anti-rotation
    - larger diameter electrodes, (aluminium as per Correa papers)
    - vile size reduction

    I have my BOM ready.
    Also looking…
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  • Tibi.fusion Replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Could it be any of above, even more?

    Reading through Jaitner Lutz's very nice paper:
    https://condensed-plasmoids.com/condensed_plasmoids_lenr.pdf

    and considering other information sources, for example:
    youtube.com/watch?v=kox-QclAJqk

    perhaps…
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