(Quote from Director)
Certainly? You are certain because mysterious things fell out of the sky? My office is here at the airport, and I often chat with pilots, plus I see them repairing airplanes in the hanger outside my window. Two observations:
(Quote from THHuxleynew)
You are completely wrong.
LENR does make predictions, and they have been confirmed in hundreds of experiments. For example, it predicts that when loading and the other parameters in the McKubre equation are met, the cell will…
Your fatal flaw in your analysis is that you think you see water levels, when you actually can't on these old degraded video tapes.
And you have been tricked by light and shadows, as we clearly see in below pictures, where you think it's water…
(Quote from THHuxleynew)
What do you mean by "find"? Do you mean produce the effect or detect it?
It is difficult to produce but in many cases it is dead easy to detect. It has often been impossible to miss. In thousands of tests power was high enough…
So those data points show curious trends. The femtosecond data are apparently range data (?), that are still puzzling even with the punctuation (11 numbers, 6 demarcated sets...) . We should somehow see nine distinct times, or perhaps some time…
(Quote from Longview)
"the one of the important 61Ni magnetic state with the background. We see such signals up to five times above background already in screening tests." Wyttenbach-Ato-Ecolgy thread
Yes Longview THE IAEA data is more …
Biberian's 'Ot spot" at ICCF21
Was the yellow peak
or Pd107? formed from Pd106 by neutron capture?
Pd108+n --------> Pd109--------->Ag109m +B(-)
Perhaps the IAEA isotopic database would be informative.
Takahashi's group update on three alloys November,2018
The current Technova leading “alloys” are
PNZ6, PNZ6r ,PNZ7k
Nickel+ Palladium+ Zirconium(ZrO2)
Ni and Pd have NO METASTABLE …
(Quote from RobertBryant)
Does that happen to imply that they may have short lived isomers or resonances?
This could be a starting point.
Source: Demonstration of the E-Cat QX - 24 November - Summary thread
It would also totally help to not take for granted that people know where is the Rossi-Gullstroem paper or want to go searching it:
"The only experimenter, that is considered to have been successful in replicating the F&P boil-off test was Lonchampt."
Really? I mean - REALLY?
Until 2009 there was 152 Peer-Reviewed papers with successful Excess Heat Events.
This kind of thing might do for an electrolyte.
Liked RobertBryant’s post in the thread LENR vs Solar/Wind, and emerging Green Technologies..Like (Post)
I have published full details of our reactors, you could build one yourself it you wished. But never mind, shortly I will move all this nonsense into clearance. Just for the thrills, here's the reactor build anyway.Reactor Design and build final.pdf
I would prefer it if you would just say in clear English whatever you feel you can say about this.
Sorry if I sound grouchy but there is a tendency on this thread to speak in a weird poetic way about things that really should be dealt with…