Malcolm Lear Intermediate

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    I no longer pay much attention to Rossi, but somehow in my daily browsing I came across that Rossi updated his Ecat.com...official website of Leonardo, hosted by Hydrofusion (Ecat Scandinavian licensee, who we never hear from thanks to Sifferkoll!).…
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    Just like you, "John Smith" browsed around and somehow stumbled upon the updated website

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    Liked Deleo’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    I have just been a casual observer of all of this and think it would be great if someone came forward with an energy breakthrough. Do I think it will happen any time soon? Probably not. Is that a depressing thought? Not at all. …
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    Liked Eric Walker’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    Adrian, I just put forward an argument for caution for anyone contemplating investing, setting out several reasons for that caution. Are you able to address or rebut any of those points? They're good reasons to be wary. Or are you going to restrict…
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    Liked Eric Walker’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    I think this must be because you're approaching things from a nontechnical point of view, and all of the apparent confirmations from third parties and the slideware with the complex equations must come across as impressive. Since…
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    You've done it now, Eric!
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    this paper is very interesting, deserving it's own thread IMHO.

    It is not LENR as F&P have seen, but it seems an interesting anomaly ate mild energies, not far from Holmlid, Igekami...

    the decay observed

    (Quote from NASA technical…
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    (Quote from The Real Roger Barker)

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    Why ?
  • Having a very poor long-term memory is a valuable trait in this business.
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    Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    That will make IHFB happy. He has been worried about those 2 missing window panes since Para posted the pictures. :)
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    Yes, he's searching the next chicken and a new accomplice somewhere.
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    THH,

    Yes. I would suspect that if he left the LENR scene abruptly, his fan base will see he is a fake and abandon him. He needs them to protect his "legacy", or status as you call it, and the only way to keep their loyalty is a…
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    I'd expect Rossi wants to find funding for the quarkX but can survive on gains so far without that, and values his status as inventor extraordinaire, with a nuclear physics Journal and scientists all over the world as friends.

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    SSC,

    He likes the limelight, and has a big ego. If he left now, even you would have to admit his scam. He wants to be like Papp, and go out in a way that will keep his fan base loyal, and go to the grave a legend...without actually…
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    No. When you make claim after claim that you have accomplished something (made isotopes cheaply, started to build robotic factories, sold devices to customers, engaged "certificators" to get licensing, are purchasing a factory in Scandinavia, …
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    Focardi was not a "theorical" and this is very evident reading what kind of stuff he wrote. The theory written by him is quite ridiculus because Ni+H=Cu nuclear fusion CS in that conditions, as known to any good scientists of nuclear…
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    Ele wrote: "
    Oh ho the Genius come in ! Tell me guru how hot is your plate ?
    Normal electric heaters go up to about 400 °C and in this (low) range of temperature the Lugano group successfully calibrated their instruments and found no artificial COP…
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    Nice try. I suggest everyone that can to test it. Don't take my word alone. But I have made many tests.
    A pure alumina tile (easily purchased) placed on a hot plate is a fine test. Use the table from the Lugano report, reiterate…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    That is not true. I.H. found two experts who did an excellent job analyzing the test: Murray and Smith. They wrote detailed analyses which you can read in the trial docket. There are thousands of other highly qualified experts who…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    I disagree. McKubre, I and others were careful in our evaluations. We did not dismiss them. I have said repeatedly that the second set of experiments were not bad, and no major error has been found in them as far as I know.…