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  • Shane D.

    Replied to the thread Rossi-Blog Comment Discussion.
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    I am curious; what constitutes "practicing engineering without a license"? I ask, because if Rossi could be issued a cease and desist for that, so could others here.
  • https://coldfusionnow.org/cfnpodcast/

    This new Pamela Mosier-Boss interview (thank you Ruby!) is already entered into our library. It has some sections that apply to this discussion. Starts off with a little history of how, and why she and her partner…
  • Shane D.

    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Here's a proper 'lab-rat' LENR system- almost at the end of debugging and just beginning calibration. 8 individual 'hot tube' reactors carefully matched during construction, with upgraded insulation and common power supply, each one with up to 3…
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    (Quote from Ascoli65)


    I just skipped over the papers. As Mc Kubre already said a remaining voltage is to be expected! Decaying 4He from D-D fusion is strongly ordered due to magnetic momenta from excess flux. Thus the magnetic flux produces - expected…
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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…
  • The fact is there are a lot of people who would love to be Mad Scientists in their garage -- or some basement -- working on LENR and related technologies. But the truth is quite a lot of people don't have that opportunity for one reason or another. This…
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    Axil - but of course. I've been forwarded docs from two different sources that ensure that the R'ster is no longer able to "engineer" from Florida (as in Cease and Desist). Hilariously - he had to claim that he never "engineered" on an unlicensed basis…
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    It must be quite liberating to be a Rossi supporter and have all your opinions unshackled from the constraint of needing actual facts to support them. The sky is the limit!
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    Axil - you know the answer to that. A couple of parlor tricks worked then certain academics issued a report that corroborated the R'ster spin.
    He fooled many folks when he first got started. When real engineers got involved, he couldn't handle it but…
  • Shane D.

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    http://coldfusioncommunity.net…at-we-say-it-is/#comments

    I read Abds new piece the other day, and did not think much of it. But since then, he has written 2 comments that I think are topical to the theme of this thread. Well said I should add.
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    Director,

    Yes, I know me356's excuses. So does BG as I remember. And also as I remember, he had an opinion about those excuses.


    BG is a very nice guy, smart as can be, and rightfully so IMO, diplomatic in his criticisms. He has an open invitation to…
  • Shane D.

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    We have all these exciting things going on in LENR (well sort of), but some of those loyal to Mills think we are letting our eye off the ball. The real ball. Hydrino power that is, although, not everyone in the organization is totally sold on the…
  • Shane D.

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    Director,

    The Essex team has plenty of qualified people coming over to kick the tires. That makes me comfortable in saying that whatever they have, will be quickly determined, and relayed to us...good or bad. I think McKubre had a good point about how…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    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…
  • Shane D.

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


    Oh barf!
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    (Quote from Shane D.)

    I would contend that it was Rossi who tried to steal things from others. Ni, gas loading, etc was done many years ago. And, Li, that dates back to Cockcroft and Walton. F and P even mentioned Ni in their origianl pat. app. But…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    Right, so terribly fascinated you turned down an invite to witness one such possible anomaly. What is it you claimed as an excuse; oh yeah, you were baking a cake. :) Or something like that.


    In contrast, we have already seen how…
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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…
  • (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…
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    Recalculating inflated temperatures when wrong emissivites where used


    As a first approach to recalculate the Lugano dummy run for the case that the reported temperatures where inflated due to using wrong emissivity settings on the Optris thermal camera,…