Adrian Ashfield Student

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  • Adrian Ashfield

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    The piece could have been far shorted with advantage.
    What Currie misses is the way science is being distorted by the consensus and government gatekeepers of grant funding.

    Currie writes: "Consider the possibility of geoengineering as a means of…
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    Aabout pilot wave, I'm told it is incompatible with the experiment around Bell inequality which rule out hidden variable "excuses" in quantum physics.

    By the way, on BBC a documentary explains that problem very well, even for kids.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from Bob)

    I won't waste time going through Bob's whole ad hominem spiel, I'll just point out in his first mistake, Darin didn't "know," he ASKED if Rossi knew.

    For that matter, how do you know all these things you write about with such certainty?…
  • Adrian Ashfield

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    But what a shining animal is man,
    Who knows, when pain subsides, that is not that,
    For worse than that must follow—yet can write
    Music, can laugh, play tennis, even plan.
    Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread November Demo predictions.
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    I don't know what a libtard is nor its reationship to pathoskep.
    Am I now a stereotype?
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread November Demo predictions.
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    I don't normally reply to trolls, but this raises several common errors that need to be addressed.

    1. you say IH was cheated out of $10 + million but fail to notice Rossi allowed them to pick up $50 million from Woodford.

    2. Do…
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    Rossi will produce a demo that will show what he wants to show. The job of the cynics is to come up with an explanation of the deceptions that Rossi has invented. Rossi will not show anything that his competition can used to move their research forward.…
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread November Demo predictions.
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    Convenient list of self styled experts who believe they have a crystal ball that shows them the future.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    BLP’s history has been repeated ad nauseum. It is the nature of the best to be optimistic about production results although everybody knows things generally get delayed. Hot fusion is always 25 years off but most don’t doubt that it is possible…
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)

    I didn't "wave away caution." It's just I feel the warnings are too repetitive.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread BLP update.
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    Well, putting money into LENR of any kind is only for those investors who can accept a high risk profile. That pretty much rules out anybody who is not what is technically known as an 'HNWI' - High Net Worth Individual.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread BLP update.
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)

    Not sure how many times one can say the same thing but it is a large number. Presumably everyone on this forum knows your views already. Outside investors probably won't see it.

    Obviously skeptics won't believe any experiment…
  • (Quote from Roseland67)

    That is no reason to keep repeating your doubts about Rossi.
    I am not female. Adrien is one female version of Adrian.
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    Why do you keep repeating this obviously false generalization?
    Various well known scientists have witnessed the various E-Cats working and Parkhomov has even replicated one.

    The reason why more is not known lies with the Patent…
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread The Playground.
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    That's quite enough Mary. Your feelings on this topic are well known to the whole universe. One more and it's bye bye time.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread Nickel/Hydrogen Attempt.
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    pps,
    See also the thread "There's the rub" on Vortex.
    http://www.mail-archive.com/vo…eskimo.com/msg115072.html
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread Nickel/Hydrogen Attempt.
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    ps,
    Maybe a tungsten wire wound as a helix on a quartz tube would hold it in position close to the nickel.
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread Nickel/Hydrogen Attempt.
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    Steve,
    "once any oxide had been removed from the nickel, that molecular hydrogen dissociated into atomic hydrogen at the surface. Is this not so?"

    I don't know for sure, but at best it is ambiguous.

    Having the tungsten in a quartz tube prevents its…
  • Adrian Ashfield

    Replied to the thread Nickel/Hydrogen Attempt.
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    Steve,
    Just a passing thought. Have you considered a tungsten heater, rather than quartz, in order to dissociate the H2 to H?
  • (Quote from Henry)

    The problem was first reported the day before.

    Writing what you do is why I suggested there should be a separate thread for people like you called "Shut Rossi Down"
    If used, it would remove half the junk from the other threads.