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    Something for thinking... :)

    t1 - traces on the adhesive carbon tape
    t2 - trace that extends out of the adhesive tape to the aluminium sample holder
    t3 - trace on the aluminium
    t4 - closeup of the trace with a particle formation
    t5 - metal particle shot…
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    I recently heard from someone that I massively respect a day or so ago that to use helium3 to take us to the stars we would need to mine it from the atmosphere of Jupiter. And the technology to do that maybe 200 years away. I wonder if we can make it…
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    This development appears related to the "red fusion" approach.
    Refer to thread: "Red Fusion" Paper + Aneutronic Patent Application
    "Red Fusion" Paper + Aneutronic Patent Application

    Perhaps, these approaches will allow cost-effective generation of…
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    barty hmm I'm not sure. I used to think along those lines that maybe some kind of localized fusion of light elements could be occurring under the right kinetic conditions. It would need to be low energy stimulus so as not to ionize the initial atom…
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    axil interestingly leptons are fermions. I wonder if this would constrain things? especially if nano cavities are concerned and there are a limited number of states the leptons can end up in. I'm not sure what conditions that might lead to. Would…
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    A recent paper indicates that part of stellar proton-proton chain reaction can be reproduced in the lab without neutron or gamma emission --

    "Observation of Electron Emission in the Nuclear Reaction between Protons and Deuterons"

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    This experiment teaches a lesson for LENR research. In lieu of gamma radiation, the removal of reaction energy can come from leptonic particles exiting the nuclear reaction carrying kinetic energy. It is important to look for energetic leptons exiting…