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    David,

    We have been talking about them here Caveat Emptor (LENR investors beware)

    Some have wanted to move the Deneum discussion out of "Buyer Beware", because they believe they are more credible than Synthestech. No problem with that, so if anyone…
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    I believe instruments merit a separate thread.

    Building low cost instruments for LENR investigations.


    Cloud Chambers versus Geiger Counters versus Ionization Chambers versus Spark Detectors.

    http://www.furryelephant.com/c…cting-ionizing-radiation/

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    We have actually been very forthcoming with information, at least as forthcoming as if not more than many others working in the field. But for some people we could never reveal enough. We have not however succumbed to requests which are in the main…
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    Longview .

    Hehe good I will tell my wife that next time.... you know 😀

    Yup I think if we see only lithium
    and hydrogen fusion it’s one thing. understandable in normal terms if hard to explain in energy terms. Even if we would still need to explain…
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    Methane itself is odorless. Natural gas is deliberately doctored with methyl mercaptan to warn folks of the presence of a leak.

    Fluorine is the lightest halogen, atomic weight about 19.
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    Good questions.

    Also if high energy MeV Alphas can yield Bremsstrahlung from interacting electrons or ions?

    Good it’s not methane... some might get suspicious ;)

    If you find heavier elements like fluorine or Nickel for example in the paper I guess…
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    Thanks for those replies JohnyFive .

    I’m also curious about the possibility of Beryllium.

    I wonder if you could describe the smell a bit.

    I understand from some reports that beryllium has a sweet taste. But is toxic so shouldn’t be tried! Good…
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    You are right, except the measurement was done differently in both cases. With LiOD the foil was at top of the paper while it was on cell that was running. This resulted in accumulated water between foil and paper. And due to wet paper there was…
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    Hi JohnyFive .

    Whilst you are waiting for the new detector.

    I had a very interesting exchange on e-Cat world with someone there called Da Phys. He is someone who’s comments and understanding I respect a lot and he has very good insight about UDH.…
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    (Quote from Bruce__H)


    I am not yet certain enough about any of this to answer with confidence and precision. we are currently just 18 weeks into the current experimental cycle and the data mountain grows faster than any of us can climb it. Soon we are…
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    JohnyFive every thing your doing already is great. If we get replications there will be plenty of chances to experiment.

    Regarding the dental film. If the pancake sensor also detects X-rays it might help to use the film to help identify if the…
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    I hope this does not sound like not too crazy a suggestion.

    Is there a way to look for UV or X-Rays coming from the paper?

    Both before the paper is removed when the test is active and after when it is removed?

    I’m wondering if some particular…
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    It’s curious it works with Hydrogen and Deuterium in the same way.

    I wonder about the role of the Lithium.

    Did you run the test with another Hydroxide? Maybe NaOH or KOH?
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    Wyttenbach . Yup I’m not far from your thinking I think.

    I’m not fully against QM either Though. I think QM does work as a expressive tool in the applications where it is useful and there is an expression that manifests in the Standard Model if…
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    May I ask if you get the same spectrum from the NAL with Hydrogen as you did with Deuterium?

    I know you suspect the radiation is not gamma but I’m curious if there are some signatures there.
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    The eye of the beholder can cloud all our minds. But deeper truths always find a way to express them selves. And to always have the capacity to surprise us when they do.

    I’m not sure yet if the following is related directly to Russ, Alan an Martins…
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    Fascinating... now I’d really like to see a cloud chamber or bubble chamber image. I’m very curious if you have alpha.. especially if it is generated in the paper over those kinds of half life.
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    Gennadiy,

    You are the expert. What do you think?
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    Liked Alan Smith’s post in the thread Atom-Ecology.
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    Androcles was Russ's name for the system that for some weeks produced diurnal gammas AKA 'the gamma girls'[. We kept the system running for a long time after that- in fact it is still on the bench keeping warm, and producing a little surprise now and…
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    (Quote from Longview)

    Yes agreed, but he has nothing else to hand. And a 3x3 NaI Xtal is a very sensitive detector. Though I would recommend buying a kilo of KOH rather than using a banana.