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  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from seven_of_twenty)

    I have thought about this a little and apologize up front to all the “anons” out there who are trying to help but I do agree with Russ (on this). Ideas are more than words – they are words backed by character and…
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    (Quote from Gruber)

    Speculated incorrectly I believe. Although I don’t (need to) speak for Dewey I was with him there and we both found the meeting in Greccio very productive. The problem that we face (pre-commercialization) is threefold – all…
  • mmckubre

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    (Quote from Dewey Weaver)

    Ciao Dewey. I helped with initial set up of the Texas effort but have not visited now for a couple of years. I do not know their publication schedule but knowing Rob, whatever emerges will be solid and well measured.
    I speak…
  • My experience when it comes to this field is that there are many people who think like McKubre. They start off dreaming of the benefits cold fusion or LENR could bring to the world and start working towards seeing it proven as a reality. When they start…
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread Clearance Items.
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    evil avatar if it helps spread this message. Those who attended my last few ICCF lectures (19, 20 in absentia, and 21) know that I have been beating the community up precisely on the topic of selfish secrecy. If you believe that what we are doing is…
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    (Quote from Director)

    Actually I agree with your analysis and have no problem playing the role of
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)

    Kirk: Too many words above this quote, and too many errors and quirks (not just yours) to address. Thanks Jed for helping. I don't trust either. So I do my own experiments, attended the conferences and battled out personally…
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Sorry Alan I was not intending to be "beefy" - here or anywhere else. Russ said "published". Others read "issued", perhaps thinking, as you did, that the USPTO will not publish until issued. Russ choses his words with care. …
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from kirkshanahan)

    I don't have you on "ignore" Kirk - although with this post I might.
    I quoted from your post - using your name [7% over-Faraday]. And explained the origin of the observation [partial pressure of D2O].
    7% errors were not made…
  • mmckubre

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    (Quote from JulianBianchi)

    Interesting. Not being a "particle guy" I expected to be repulsed by the paper you cited (despite your recommendation 😶). But thank you. I learned something.

    Waxing philosophical I view the expanding particle zoo (I think…
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    We always need to read Russ' words with extreme care.
    (Quote from RussGeorge)

    Russ says "published". The rest of the words should be parsed with equal care, but deserves a lot more discussion. Did Wyttenbach really predict…
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    They and others did more than that. F&P were exquisitely aware of the calorimetric consequences of delivering unvaporized electrolyte out of the calorimeter as well as the housekeeping issue of the need to maintain electrolyte…
  • mmckubre

    Replied to the thread FP's experiments discussion.
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)

    Happy to answer with the preface that all (only 3 or 4) incidents of HAD that I saw were with cells that remained full of electrolyte (all closed cells - some with external recombiner) so my experience has little direct relevance to…
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)

    Do you have the current record? Obviously voltage is not power and a charged Pd cathode will maintain a potential difference with respect to a Pt electrode in the same electrolyte. There are quite a few other examples of "heat…
  • (Quote from THHuxleynew)

    I see a logical fallacy here: you can't infer from the fact that both signs come from a different nuclear reaction that they are necessarily independent. For example a nuclear reaction may be secondary to a primary nuclear…
  • mmckubre

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    (Quote from JulianBianchi)

    I agree Julian. I was surprised by THH's comment and logic - intending to write back - thanks for making the point so clearly.
    CMNS was so-named because multiple different nuclear "things" do seem to happen in similarly…