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    It doesn't look to be tightly sealed here - the glowing interior is clearly visible


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    Lipinski fusion works with molten lithium and deuterons only - so no polaritons, neither dense hydrogen are required for its running. Not to say about…
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    The high temp electrical tape may be the most valuable invention in the picture. Closely followed by the high temp flex steam piping.
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    Liked zorud’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    (Quote from Thetruemonty)

    Can you nearly imagine what may happen with the controller box and the heat to be dissipated, if Rossi is about to combine (??) ca. 20.000 (!!) QXes in case he wants to realize a 1MW plant?
    I agree with Rends, that his Sigma 5…
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    (Quote from maryyugo)

    Reluctant as I am to question one of the Grand Old Men of this forum, could you explain precisely your objection?

    Harvesting energy from vibrations induced by environmental heat seems to me to violate nothing. Heat pumps do it all…
  • In a nutshell, basically, the only new principle involved is that instead of the power being generated by the relaxive motion of conductors and fluxes, it is produced by the modial interactions of magneto-reluctance and capacitive directance.

    The…
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    Signor Rossi, and any scientist or engineer working with him, is very well aware of what would have to be done unequivocally to demonstrate anomalous heat production.

    He and they have assiduously avoided doing any of those things. For years and years…
  • e-cat QX simulation

    youtu.be/8zLJSWF9zVc

    output 14.5 W (considering only water, no glass and heater mass)
    input 0.1 W (0.2 A, 4 s on and 4 s off)
    COP > 150
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    An investor who cannot or will not use Google deserves to lose his/her shirt
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    It does seem harsh. Naive would be better, perhaps with a slight dash of negligent. Or perhaps his advisers were incompetent. However, the can is his to carry.
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    (Quote from interested observer)

    There is a 4th alternative. Axil inhabits an impregnable silo of alternative reality, where copypasta from various fringe scientists becomes absolute truth and must be presented to the sheeple as absolute truth

    This is…
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    (Quote from axil)

    Does being skeptical of the Rossi's claims make one "an enemy of LENR"? Am I evil?
    Well, if it was anyone else suggesting that, I might take exception.

    My old Gran used to say "the more florid the rhetoric, the less rational the…
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    The last time I went to Dublin I was forced to start drinking Guinness at 4 a.m. There was more Guinness at breakfast in Dublin. The memories of the next couple of days are somewhat hazy, but I do know at times I eschewed the Guinness for Bushmills. The…
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    OK, so we have no idea what the actual pressure was in the system (I use the word loosely) at that point in the pipework. All speculation based on the figure of zero bar is fruitless.

    Also what species of scientist or engineer would not have queried…
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    While we're discussing history, was it ever determined whether the invariant pressure readings of 0 bar reported during the "1 year test" were
    a) Zero bar gauge pressure
    b) Zero bar absolute pressure
    c) Readings given by a faulty or non-connected sensor…
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    (Quote from Max Nozin)

    Indeed. Battle of the Unchangeable Minds
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    (Quote from Eric Walker)

    I must say I stood back in wonder and confusion while all that was going on. To make such a meal of a relatively simple testing project....
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    (Quote from sifferkoll)

    And that piece of rank sophistry is precisely why you will never win in an honest debate.
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    So you're presenting an evidence-free assertion as fact?

    Way to go.
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    (Quote from sifferkoll)

    As I remember it, the Rossi (and/or his supporters) CLAIMED there was a cash offer to get the IP back; but IH denied having had any such offer. I don't recall any evidence either way, but I don't remember the Rossi claiming this…
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    (Quote from Adrian Ashfield)

    The "IP" is completely worthless, if you mean that silly patent.