On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Axil Axil <janap...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ECCO shows that the preparation of the LENR fuel is required for a > sucessful LENR reaction to take hold. > > This was true for the Papp engine all the way up to and including the > Rossi and ME356 reactors. > > We have to ask ourselves, what can the preparation of fuel do to enable > the LENR effect? Something is produced in the fuel that is special. A > theory of LENR must include a description and the function of the special > element in the fuel. > AFAIK, surface area is being maximized at some scale which is crucial for cold fusion reactions to occur efficiently -- same inside a lattice as on the surface of particles. There are probably any number of configurations which would work, depending on the elements involved. Lots of variables there. Apparently, the smaller the grains -- the more closely the system approaches an ideal state. Whatever that is. > ECCO uses cavitation to produce this special thing. > This has to be one of the most important facts to take away from this (and other?) cold fusion experiments. Cavitation -- along with directly-applied radiation of sundry frequencies -- appears to be a/the most efficient method of getting energy directly into whatever matter matrix is required to sustain a reaction. > One of the most closely held secret that Rossi has is his method of fuel > production. For example in the IH/Rossi lawsuit settlement, IH was force to > destroy all written records about the production of the fuel. > Secrecy empowers the powerful. It is, *by its very nature*, ANTI-democratic. i.e.: a THREAT to democracy -- and thus a threat to scientific inquiry and the scientific method. Not to mention good engineering. By corollary, the seeking-after of 'profit' is the handmaiden of said secrecy and power-mongering. > In the ME356 reactor test, ME356 states that this fuel was weak because he > did not have enough time to process the fuel. So the duel must be a state > of matter that contains a LENR sensitive factor that takes time to produce > and that factor increases over time. The ECCO fuel preparation process > takes 200 hours to complete. So a cavitation based factor must accumulate > the LENR factor a little at a time to become LENR enabled. > > What can noble gas compounds and cavitation have in common? > > Anybody have any ideas? > Noble gases are essentially inert..? AFAIK, what takes time here is the grinding down of the powder in a slurry, to the optimum particle size: AFAIC _not_ a likely issue in any commercial production process.