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  • (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Big, big. Quoting my book:

    Deuterium fusion yields 3.45 × 1014 joules per kilogram (345 million megajoules). Gasoline
    has 45 megajoules per kilogram (or 132 megajoules per gallon), so a kilogram of deuterium gas
    has roughly as much…
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    You can put as many temperature sensors as you like in an isoperibolic calorimeter. I used to use (now and then) a recirculating reaction-type isoperibolic calorimeter that had a fully analogue control and data-collection system using averaging over…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    Where did you get this information? I suggest you examine the schematics of actual calorimeters. You will see, for example, the Fleischmann used an array of temperature sensors and Miles used sensors attached to a copper jacket,…
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    "All I can say is, look objectively at the facts,"

    Well hopefully the likes can be with
    Hideo Kozima

    However his lengthy sociology of CFP (LENR) may not be to the liking of some who don't like to read.

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    (Quote from Eric Walker)

    That is inertial confinement fusion (laser fusion). Not ITER. ITER is magnetic confinement, a.k.a. Tokamak.

    I have heard that inertial confinement is conducted mainly as a way to develop nuclear weapons. It is no longer…
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    I'm about decade older than you or Gates, and had access to IBM 1600 then 360 mainframes at U of Oregon mid to late 60s. You two may have had great privilege working with mainframes when you were teens. There were likely…
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    A recent preprint on lowering of fusion barrier via electric screening in stellar environments and possibly in labs -

    Nuclear clustering and the electron screening puzzle
    https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.03388


    - and a number of related items possibly of…
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)


    They invented completely new business models. Financial engineering.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Yes, Microsoft was a leader 20 years ago. The reason Microsoft fell behind and the reason so many other companies that were leaders in the 90's are no longer in business is that they didn't embrace new technology fast enough. …
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    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    By which credible accounts? Does that conflict at all with the fact that financial acumen and/or inherited family wealth and a bright father with great legal expertise may have been Gates' main assets? Gates was young and…
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    Your posts consist only of personal attacks and lack of substance.
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    A minor correction: The author states that ICCF20 was in 2006, but it was in 2016.
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    Liked Rends’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from AlainCo)


    Dear Alain, you should read Lawrence Kohlberg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…ages_of_moral_development 
    You can replace 'moral development' with 'intellectual ability' and then check where you belong to. My guess is that nearly all…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    As I have noted here many times, Fleischmann and Pons did this hundreds of times, 16 cells at a time. See:

    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/Fleischmancalorimetra.pdf

    (Quote from maryyugo)

    Read the book.
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    At this…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    It is not my fantasy! This is what Mizuno wrote, and this is what Shanahan was discussing. It happened on April 27, 1991, and again on April 30. It is right here:

    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTnucleartra.pdf


    Of course you…
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    I am uncomfortable about the connections that Axil has making between different parts of physics and LENR.

    Much of Axil's credibility in making these propositions arises from his obvious familiarity with deep and exotic concepts in theoretical physics.…
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    (Quote from damn_right _man)


    Bob Higgins once explained that the MFMP is not the usual kind of organization with a spokesperson and a coordinated message for the world, but instead is a collective of sorts, where autonomous individuals work…
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    Eric,
    Is it possible that electron screening also produced undetected D+He3 --> He4 reactions?
    It's not clear that the experiment ruled out production energetic protons or alpha particles.
    Perhaps in other experiments this is an option to consider.

    I…
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    Lou, yes, the possibility of something like internal conversion as an explanation for the missing gammas in LENR is one that has interested me for several years now. The thought that has intrigued me is whether the electrons possibly involved…
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    Liked can’s post in the thread LENR and UDH.
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    (Quote from Ahlfors)


    Please clarify in plain English what you mean exactly with this.

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    As far as I am aware of, once the Fe2O3:K catalysts have been correctly prepared they start working within a couple hours of heating and hydrogen…