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    Their experiments did - as expected - show no correlation with their model. Classically deep orbits are (unstable) resonances of the fields. The Lipinski experiments show a very good agreement with the proton magnetic moment…
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    Can these deep orbits be related to the Lipinski's UGC theory in any simple or quantifiable way? Last I looked at the Lipinski's theory, I recall they predict a "window" for low energy proton + Li 7 interaction at ~223 eV based…
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    (Quote from IobseRvable)


    IobseRvable: hmm, so Rossi is THE paragon of evil? So only one "devil" needs extirpation in this era, and all in science and technology will be well for the foreseeable future.....?
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    Jones Beene spotted a really interesting paper (on vortex-l):

    https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1807/1807.08572.pdf


    Besides being well-written and documented, it seems to describe the holy grail - repeatable fully characterized room temperature…
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    Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.
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    (Quote from can)

    (Quote from IobseRvable)


    Personally, and as an amateur physics afficionado, I find this first paper to be a beautiful exposition (and will eventually read the others). I first became aware of the use dimensionless "natural unit"…
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    I couldn't directly read it from Researchgate, but a version of the paper on vixra.org got recently linked by Andrea Rossi on his blog and on ECW.

    http://vixra.org/abs/1809.0575

    http://vixra.org/pdf/1809.0575v1.pdf

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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Your attitude is certainly evidence of belief in something, if it rational or not is for others to decide. However if you consider me to be irrational, as your post strongly implies, you must be thinking of somebody else. And…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)


    If you think homeopathy and LENR are of equal worth, then maybe you should not bother your head about us poor saps. As for sucking on the public teat, we don't actually do that.
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    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…
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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…
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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…
  • not sure how all is on the "team". I do know they have funded quit a few others. At ICCF I did notice Fran T. and JeanPaul B mentioning IH but I don't think they are part of "the team".

    The thing I wondered about was Tex. Tech. Their whole "team"…
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    That would be difficult to tell without adequate radiation monitoring. So far (in other experiment types than the ones described in this thread) I've used a method involving checking out the EMI produced during arc discharges, with…
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    Replied to the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Shane, I cannot open the link above. Gives essentially a blank screen.
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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…
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    Re: alkali or other hydrides. Do not assume classical "collisional" physics branching ratios--- many, or even all, of us likely do not actually understand the transition states / intermediate steps for the low activation energy paths and outcomes…
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    High energy particles = high momentum. That only happens in asymmetric decay (alpha, beta) or in kinetic experiments.

    Usual LENR reactions as D-D fusion, have no (or sometimes - Lipinski - very low) kinetic input. If you see…
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    A bit of specificity, please. 'some non-standard gravitational theory'? "non-coherent"? "non-falsifiable? Is this perhaps Lipinski's UGC, and how their data coheres to their hypothesis. And is this a demand of Popperian…
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    v rough: 10MeV = 1.6E-9J so we need 1E9 reactions each emitting a 10MeV gamma, to take a very simplified example, for 1W. Divide by 100 for safety and because heat comes from things other than high energy gammas. So we have 1E7…
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    You should take a memory test. Have you already forgotten your reply of June 2nd to my PM about a 'show and tell' 60 miles from London with an open date. quoted below in part.

    "Dear Alan,

    I am remiss in not replying to this.…