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  • Nigel Appleton

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    (Quote from Jimmy)

    Yeah, I've been wondering for a while why some people persist with this claim of housing built on contaminated land. The fact is that there are no houses there, so persisting with this claim makes the claimer a liar, no bones about it.
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    (Quote from Forty-Two)

    Can't see how astroturfing would be anything but voluntary. Perhaps Alan meant "unpaid"
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    How would you go about reviving research into what could be be a very important technology, given the apparently ample evidence from reputable teams and individuals that excess heat can be obtained without irradiating everything…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    Thanks, Jed.
    That McKubre review was published in 2009. Have there, in your view, been significant advances since? I recognise, of course, that there would be an understandable tendency to keep any such under wraps for as long as…
  • Nigel Appleton

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    LENR now shares the same space in my mind as the Philosopher's Stone, Bigfoot, and the IC engine that runs on water. Phantasmagoria, followed by dedicated deniers of reality, but which fade and vanish when solid evidence is demanded.
  • Nigel Appleton

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    That's a bit silly. If Rossi's technology actually did work, why would IH break a contract that, if in force, would net them billions?
    The courts would absolutely slay them with damages and penalties.

    In my experience, businessfolk (even VCs!) are not…
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    As I understand it, IH does not have a world-wide license to Rossi's "IP". I wonder why he is not selling his "technology" elsewhere. If it all works as claimed, $100 million would be chump change by now
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    I must say that if Judge Altonaga authored Doc 303, it shows that there are no flies on that lady, and that she has a firm grasp of the essentials of the case. In particular, she will have no truck with any argument that it matters not if the ecats…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    That's not true.you know. The law allows for the instance where a deceived party does not realise the deceit for some time after the event. The case books are full of such cases. Just consider a number of corporate acquisitions,…
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    (Quote from joshg)

    That led me down quite an interesting trail, through ammonia storage in salt pellets (I didn't realise that ammonia can be used as a fuel in IC engines!) to what seems to be a pretty good new method (validated and now being used on 55…
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    Yes new evidence can be introduced after discovery. How could it be otherwise?
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)


    Yes, speaks volumes of the desperation to find ANYTHING to justify continued investment in what was being realised to a boondoggle. It is to their credit that they tried for so long. My heart goes out to them - I have spent many a…
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    Yes, that is the Dameron who was using in IR camera for calorimetry. You aren't going to like my comment, but using an IR camera (no matter how expensive) for calorimetry says a lot more about Dameron than it does about any…
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    What the heck is valuable about a non-commercially-viable LENR technology? If there exists a commercially viable LENR technology, then the non-viable stuff gets walked away from (or sold to someone who thinks they can make it…
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    (Quote from IH Fanboy)

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    I reiterate as above. I would be interested in your answer to the question of why Rossi does not simply introduce working eCats in those parts of the world where he can That would show the skeptics! And…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    There are no "useful "reactors!

    IH have already tried and failed to reproduce Rossi's claims.
    Rossi either cannot or will not tell them where, if anywhere, they went wrong.
    Rossi also claimed on JONP to have built more eCats for…
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Sorry, but you're wrong. Rossi can do anything he likes with the IP, so long as he doesn't SELL items made using it in the territories already ceded to IH.

    You or I could do it, so long as we didn't profit from it or otherwise…
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    Assuming this fascinating business comes to trial, I do hope that counsel for IH ensure that the idea that Rossi could could at any time have openly demonstrated a working eCat is firmly in the mind of the jury. So simple a solution, even the least…
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    I bet that IH knows where the boxes are, what is in them, and can show them to the Court if neccesary. Gosh, they probably even have photos and videos featuring the contents, and gigabytes of data from the various reactor…
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    (Quote from sigmoidal)

    And the graphene. Don't forget the graphene. Very scientific and cutting edge, is graphene