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Strong experimental results for LENR (cold fusion) published, COP Up to 10, rather simple set up, replication encouraged by Tadahiko Mizuno

 
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Using Brown"s gas(made with water) instead of fossil fuels should have been perfected and engineered a long time ago.....but we know the reason why...money.
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Using Brown"s gas(made with water) instead of fossil fuels should have been perfected and engineered a long time ago.....but we know the reason why...money.
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I'm sure LENR and Brown's gas are related, and both are related also to a completely ignored branch of physics that was pioneered by Kenneth Shoulders, who passed in 2013. Brown's gas is the expression of Shoulder's work in aqueous media.

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One thing I noticed in the paper was his insistence on using an air flow calorimeter instead of liquid flow due to the liquid flow one causing too much cooling to the reactor since the reaction (whatever it may be) requires the sustained temperature of the chamber to maintain itself. That makes me wonder how in the heck all that extra heat energy could be put to any good use if it could only be siphoned off slowly in small amounts without killing the reaction...
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Home heating.

Heating for hot water.

Distributed generation, not centralized.
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For the person who thought Palladium was too expensive:

[link to www.kitco.com (secure)]

$1540 per ounce. A bit more than gold, but affordable.

BTW, Palladium is used extensively at this moment in the circuit board industry as well as other electroplating applications.

I was tasked with visiting ALL of the national labs back in 1988-1994 as part of my job. I was looking for government tech to transfer to my aerospace employer.

At several labs, there were low key attempts at "cold fusion". A senior physicist at Livermore told me, "We don't understand what the hell is happening. According to what we think we know, it is not possible. But, we observe results. There IS something there".
 Quoting: darth


Thanks for your valuable account of the facts soon after Pons and Fleischmann. That’s a priceless quote. Indeed LENR is, to this day, still an observed phenomena without a solid theoretical basis for understanding it. We know it’s not fusion, and there seems to be a close relationship of LENR and electromagnetic anomalies, yet several theories attempting to explain it with different rates of unsuccess keep failing at making predictions to enhance the results. Meanwhile, the experimental data keeps piling. For the most comprehensive and actively updated repository of LENR research you can visit [link to www.lenr-canr.org. (secure)]

Regarding palladium, LENR uses palladium just as a substrate where the reaction of deuterium, no palladium is spent. Other results have been obtained with nickel and hydrogen but the late Mizuno’s results are a hybrid of the main “venues” of current LENR research.
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This site has no redirect for the www subdomain. Use:

[link to lenr-canr.org]

Firefox and similar try to dissuade with an "untrusted" page. No need for https - you're not posting personal info.
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Re: Strong experimental results for LENR (cold fusion) published, COP Up to 10, rather simple set up, replication encouraged by Tadahiko Mizuno
Deneum Power (exotic technology start up company) started a replication in their laboratory located in Estonia.

They seem to be doing a ver professional job, not without a tad of Cold Fusion insider humor.

Take a look here:


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