AlainCo Reacted with to JedRothwell’s post in the thread What should we do next ? - A relevant question from Matt Trevithick.(Quote from Alan Smith)
I don't know if it was ever made.
I wasn't actually advocating the use of pressurized liquid cold fusion cells as practical devices. I suppose gas loaded ones have more promise, for the reasons discussed here. Especially the higher…
AlainCo Reacted with to Stevenson’s post in the thread Frank Gordon's "Lattice Energy Converter (LEC)"...replicators workshop.As anticipated, I will report here details of the my recplication of a working LEC device. Construction of the device and preliminary tests can be found in my previous posts. The device used here (brass-brass) is exaclty the same tested before as control…
AlainCo Reacted with to bjhuang’s post in the thread Ponderations on Cavitation (Updated with impressive results from a paper of 2018).Dear all,
Thank Curbina have noted my presentation in ICCF-23.
I presented and shared some up-do-date results we have done after ICCF-22 (Italy).
As an engineering people, we have answered the question of existence of excess energy in kW scale through a…
AlainCo Reacted with to Stevenson’s post in the thread Frank Gordon's "Lattice Energy Converter (LEC)"...replicators workshop.Hi all! I have a relevant and wondeful news: I successfully replicated the LEC!
I will write a dedicated post with full details, but for now I just want to communicate this result and to tell you the "making of" and the context.
I started yesterday morning…
"Cooking" palladium sponge with oxide
It has been surprisingly discovered that when a palladium
sponge is introduced into a water medium including a
volume of heavy water, hydrogen and oxygen evolution takes
place from the water medium.
The process takes…
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I've found a better print on lenr-canr.org
Not exactly as Edmund Storms explains, but not far...
What is the initial de-annealing at 850°C/10^-6Torr? looks…
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I've seen same problems at RNBE (Cisco Webex is maybe better quality, but less intuitive).
Hybrid for me is the future.
Making a good show is a job, if you present something remotely, you must have the good hardware, software,…
JedRothwell once again gave me a good laugh with his remark about formers and their computer problems. How many times have I seen my friend Jean Luc paillet suffer with his Mac .. at the same time, he is a mathematician with a logic of linear thought…
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Storms had used many alloys early on, as did many people working in the early days. Like Storms literally tried dozens of different combinations of metals. However they mostly would make solid pieces, or thin-films. Back then,…
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Carl Page said in the video played at the meeting that next summer ICCF24 will be in "Silicon Valley and the world", "the world" part meaning that they will broadcast live in a similar fashion, I interpret.
ICCF23 was the first all…
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They said future conferences will be "hybrid," meaning some people will attend in person, while others attend via Zoom.
I expect Zoom will improve. It is awkward in some ways. It is okay for casual use, but I think it could be…
Zhang told me about the improvements to his calorimeter, with the Seebeck elements in series and parallel:
Here is his slide showing the new configuration (from http://ikkem.com/iccf23/MP4/2a-OR03.mp4):
Storms tried things that I have already mentioned including in my recent "essay" here.
The need to strongly compress the powder with a press, therefore, and not with archaic screws and nuts like in France or Belgium.
It has reached 50% porosity because at…
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Watch the videos of previous presentations at http://ikkem.com/iccf-23_oralab.php
DAY 3 Fran Tanzella introduces Edmund Storms to talk about his recent discoveries.
He believes he has made the "lab rat" materials. The material makes LENR every time. …