[Vo]:Popular Mechanics: Scientists Just Killed the EmDrive

2021-03-31 Thread Jack Cole
Popular Mechanics: Scientists Just Killed the EmDrive. https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/a35991457/emdrive-thruster-fails-tests/

Re: [Vo]:Spacecraft of the Future Could Be Powered By Lattice Confinement Fusion

2020-08-07 Thread Jack Cole
By "our" last experiments I mean you and I. The idea was mostly yours if I recall correctly. I don't have the site up anymore, but you can see it here: http://web.archive.org/web/20180613041630/http://lenr-coldfusion.com/ On Thu, Aug 6, 2020 at 7:45 PM Jones Beene wrote: > Ja

Re: [Vo]:Spacecraft of the Future Could Be Powered By Lattice Confinement Fusion

2020-08-06 Thread Jack Cole
; > > > On Wednesday, August 5, 2020, 7:31:16 PM PDT, Jack Cole > wrote: > > > They are careful to say it's not CF. Sure seems like it originated in CF > methods. > > > https://spectrum.ieee.org/energywise/energy/nuclear/nuclear-fusiontokamak-not-included >

[Vo]:Spacecraft of the Future Could Be Powered By Lattice Confinement Fusion

2020-08-05 Thread Jack Cole
They are careful to say it's not CF. Sure seems like it originated in CF methods. https://spectrum.ieee.org/energywise/energy/nuclear/nuclear-fusiontokamak-not-included

Re: [Vo]:Mizuno experiment replication at Hokkaido University of Science

2019-12-28 Thread Jack Cole
What do you make of the fact that the calibration runs were done after the apparent excess heat runs (based on the dates on the charts)? Would be nice to have a full step-up and step-down calibration and raw data rather than results. It's hard to know what to make of the report without more

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2019-06-30 Thread Jack Cole
on the beaker? Jack On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 9:23 AM Jack Cole wrote: > Thank you. If true, that refutes my point about his work being debunked. > > On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 8:33 AM Jed Rothwell > wrote: > >> Jack Cole wrote: >> >> We disagree, so I'll drop it as

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2019-06-30 Thread Jack Cole
Thank you. If true, that refutes my point about his work being debunked. On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 8:33 AM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Jack Cole wrote: > > We disagree, so I'll drop it as not being productive. I believe that the >> falseness of Mizuno's previous results was exp

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2019-06-30 Thread Jack Cole
On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 10:32 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Jack Cole wrote: > > >> Unless Mizuno can/did address the following problems addressed in the >> paper I linked >> <https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/KowalskiLsearchingfa.pdf> to in the >> previous emai

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2019-06-29 Thread Jack Cole
On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 7:50 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Jack Cole wrote: > > >> Parkhomov, Defkalion, me356, Rossi of course (consider the connected >> papers conducted by academics) . . . >> > > Parkhomov maybe. I don't know if he a professional, and he nev

[Vo]:Re: [Vo]:Re: [Vo]:Re: [Vo]:It is unlikely Mizuno’s results are a mistake

2019-06-29 Thread Jack Cole
On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 6:51 AM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Jack Cole wrote: > > We've seen errors this big before. >> > > I do not think so. Rossi apparently made errors this big, and much bigger: > 1 MW. (I think this was fraud, not error.) But I do not know recall any >

[Vo]:Re: [Vo]:It is unlikely Mizuno’s results are a mistake

2019-06-29 Thread Jack Cole
We've seen errors this big before. Best to not get too excited until there is a replication. Based on history, every time there has been an amazing result like this, it has turned out to be either a huge mistake, unreplicable, or fraudulent (I don't suspect fraud at all in this case). I hope

Re: [Vo]:Mizuno reports increased excess heat

2019-06-19 Thread Jack Cole
; run. > He probably needs to include more data. We're kind of left taking his word for it. It is such an amazing result that he should at least end with another calibration. On Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 7:10 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Jack Cole wrote: > > It's not really clear to

Re: [Vo]:Mizuno reports increased excess heat

2019-06-19 Thread Jack Cole
It's not really clear to me whether he re-calibrated everything with the new reactor. In the first set of experiments (first paper), he had two reactors and would switch between them. The second set, he only shows a 50W calibration and 0W. I graphed input power by reactor temp, and it looks

[Vo]:CNBC: Brad Pitt and Laurene Powell Jobs are reportedly invested in a mysterious 'cold fusion' energy company

2019-06-14 Thread Jack Cole
CNBC: Brad Pitt and Laurene Powell Jobs are reportedly invested in a mysterious 'cold fusion' energy company. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/14/brad-pitt-and-laurene-powell-jobs-are-reportedly-invested-in-a-mysterious-cold-fusion-energy-company.html

[Vo]:Physicists spot the signatures of nuclear fusion in a table-top device – Physics World

2019-04-17 Thread Jack Cole
https://physicsworld.com/a/physicists-spot-the-signatures-of-nuclear-fusion-in-a-table-top-device/

Re: [Vo]:Robert Godes podcast

2019-01-21 Thread Jack Cole
Yes, if they put the whole thing in a calorimeter, they could measure the input power at the wall. I could be convinced by that kind of a setup. On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 4:18 PM Jones Beene wrote: > Good point, they would have been smart to place everything in a large > calorimeter box like the

Re: [Vo]:Robert Godes podcast

2019-01-21 Thread Jack Cole
There can be non-malicious reasons for not reporting that data as Jones notes. I would add self-deception to that list, which I think is likely in this case. Everyone close to the matter believes Godes couldn't have made a mistake on the input power measurement. While understandable, it is

Re: [Vo]:Robert Godes podcast

2019-01-18 Thread Jack Cole
At one time, I had high hopes for Godes. The more I followed him, it became more evident that he and everyone else were enamored with his skills and credentials as an EE. Neither he, nor others, are skeptical enough of his results to figure out what he has done wrong. It probably wouldn't be

[Vo]:DARPA invests in propellant-free rocket theory

2018-09-29 Thread Jack Cole
https://www.upi.com/DARPA-invests-in-propellant-free-rocket-theory/7121537904594/

[Vo]:EM Drive artifact

2018-05-22 Thread Jack Cole
New research seems to point to probable systematic error for the EM drive. I have thought for quite some time that this was the most likely outcome (based on a lack of correlation between input power and output thrust). They believe that the EM field of the cabling was most likely interacting with

[Vo]:Article: Physicists Demonstrate How to Reverse of the Arrow of Time - MIT Technology Review

2017-12-23 Thread Jack Cole
Physicists Demonstrate How to Reverse of the Arrow of Time - MIT Technology Review http://flip.it/Kq0KC4

Re: [Vo]:Physicists just found a loophole in graphene that could unlock clean, limitless energy - ScienceAlert

2017-11-25 Thread Jack Cole
understand more. https://arxiv.org/pdf/1609.06301.pdf Jack On Sat, Nov 25, 2017 at 6:23 PM JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > > > *From: *Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com> > > > > > > > https://www.sciencealert.com/graphene-levy-flights

[Vo]:Physicists just found a loophole in graphene that could unlock clean, limitless energy - ScienceAlert

2017-11-25 Thread Jack Cole
https://www.sciencealert.com/graphene-levy-flights-limitless-power-future-electronic-devices

[Vo]:Article: This Overlooked Theory Could Be The Missing Piece That Explains How The EM Drive Works

2017-10-07 Thread Jack Cole
This Overlooked Theory Could Be The Missing Piece That Explains How The EM Drive Works http://flip.it/R11OHO

Re: [Vo]: MFMP starting to test me356 reactor today

2017-05-27 Thread Jack Cole
>From what I can tell in their live document, me356 is there with them tweaking things. Doesn't really seem to be making any difference. Jack On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 11:41 AM Jed Rothwell wrote: > Brian Ahern wrote: > >> Jed is being too generous.

Re: [Vo]: MFMP starting to test me356 reactor today

2017-05-27 Thread Jack Cole
Looks like he has already punted for the day citing family obligations. The Americans are leaving Monday, I believe, so there may be tomorrow. Were he planning to be objective, I think he would have said, "either I made a mistake and it doesn't work, or it is not getting up to a high enough

[Vo]:Can 'Apollo Fusion' Bring Us Clean Nuclear Energy?

2017-04-03 Thread Jack Cole
http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a25922/apollo-fusion-startup-googler-nuclear-power/

[Vo]:Cheap plastic film cools whatever it touches up to 10°C | Science | AAAS

2017-02-26 Thread Jack Cole
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/02/cheap-plastic-film-cools-whatever-it-touches-10-c

Re: [Vo]:Brillouin Energy press release

2017-01-07 Thread Jack Cole
Yes, they would be wise to assume the results are false, and make every effort to disprove the results. Start with the thought process of, "Assuming this is an artifact, what can explain it?" The input power being mis-measured is one possibility that has not been discussed in sufficient detail

Re: [Vo]:EM Drive need not be outside the spacecraft

2016-12-28 Thread Jack Cole
Dave, The secondhand news is that it is not working in space FWIW. http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=41732.msg1623141#msg1623141 Jack On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 1:08 AM David Roberson wrote: > Russ, > > Can you verify that the Chinese actually have a

Re: [Vo]:Article about Artificial Intelligence in NYT

2016-12-16 Thread Jack Cole
It is rather remarkable. A recent story along these lines is that it can even translate between two untrained languages. For example, if the system has been trained to translate between English and Spanish and English and Portuguese, then it can reasonably translate between Spanish and

Re: [Vo]:Article: Diamonds turn nuclear waste into nuclear batteries

2016-11-28 Thread Jack Cole
ich is many times greater than semiconductor > diodes. > > > On Monday, November 28, 2016 8:11 AM, Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > Diamonds turn nuclear waste into nuclear batteries > http://flip.it/dKKukF > > >

[Vo]:Article: Diamonds turn nuclear waste into nuclear batteries

2016-11-28 Thread Jack Cole
Diamonds turn nuclear waste into nuclear batteries http://flip.it/dKKukF

[Vo]:Article: Physicists Observe Rydberg Molecule for The First Time

2016-11-14 Thread Jack Cole
Physicists Observe Rydberg Molecule for The First Time http://flip.it/s9Qrqn

Re: [Vo]:new EM Drive paper

2016-11-07 Thread Jack Cole
Supposedly, this is being tested in space now by the US Air Force and Chinese government. http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/space-race-revealed-us-china-test-futuristic-emdrive-tiangong-2-mysterious-x-37b-plane-1590289 On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 12:55 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > I hope

[Vo]:new EM Drive paper

2016-11-05 Thread Jack Cole
http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2016/11/new-nasa-emdrive-paper-shows-force-of.html?m=1

[Vo]:Article: Researchers accidentally turn carbon dioxide into ethanol

2016-10-18 Thread Jack Cole
Researchers accidentally turn carbon dioxide into ethanol http://flip.it/gybUw4

[Vo]:Article: This new technology could save the troubled nuclear power industry

2016-10-16 Thread Jack Cole
This new technology could save the troubled nuclear power industry http://flip.it/E7hMjZ

[Vo]:Article: Dirt Cheap Muon Detector Puts Particle Physics Within DIY Reach

2016-10-16 Thread Jack Cole
Dirt Cheap Muon Detector Puts Particle Physics Within DIY Reach http://flip.it/0.QD-k

[Vo]:Article: Physicists just witnessed quasiparticles forming for the first time ever

2016-10-11 Thread Jack Cole
Physicists just witnessed quasiparticles forming for the first time ever http://flip.it/_TVLi-

[Vo]:EmDrive: Controversial space propulsion to be discussed by top scientists at major conference

2016-09-20 Thread Jack Cole
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/emdrive-controversial-space-propulsion-will-be-discussed-by-scientists-actual-conference-1582115

[Vo]:Unruh radiation, plasmons, and possible implications for LENR?

2016-09-19 Thread Jack Cole
http://physicsfromtheedge.blogspot.com/2016/09/unruh-radiation-confirmed.html

[Vo]:Article: Electrons with no mass acquire a mass in the presence of a high magnetic field

2016-08-29 Thread Jack Cole
Electrons with no mass acquire a mass in the presence of a high magnetic field http://flip.it/bkDC21

[Vo]:Article: Australian scientists just set a world record for solar thermal efficiency

2016-08-22 Thread Jack Cole
Australian scientists just set a world record for solar thermal efficiency http://flip.it/ZSMW9I

Re: [Vo]: Jed's flowmeter comments chanllenged.

2016-08-20 Thread Jack Cole
Dave wrote: "Why question the steam temperature and pressure readings if they were performed with calibrated meters? Is this merely an attempt to explain away the possible excess heat? There remains a valid concern about where all of the 1 MW of heat is vented. That at the moment, seems to be

Re: [Vo]:Article: This new equation might finally unite the two biggest theories in physics, physicist claims

2016-08-18 Thread Jack Cole
cCulloch need some help from someone > knowing well GR geometry, QM, and sincerely interested in improving MiHsC > (Like was the mathematicien of Einstein). > > On point on which I wonder is if MiHsC can explain black hole observation, > gravitational waves, gravitational lenses. > &

[Vo]:Article: This new equation might finally unite the two biggest theories in physics, physicist claims

2016-08-18 Thread Jack Cole
This new equation might finally unite the two biggest theories in physics, physicist claims http://flip.it/nxwTOa

[Vo]:Article: Ocean Waves Could Supply the World’s Power and Drinking Water

2016-08-17 Thread Jack Cole
A new kind of renewable energy technology in use off Australia’s coast converts the relentless movement of the ocean’s waves into a virtually endless supply of electricity. “Wave energy’s been … http://flip.it/BXxDCF Sent via Flipboard , your personal magazine. Get it for

Re: [Vo]:angry and sad LENR comment but info too!

2016-08-15 Thread Jack Cole
Adrian, Actually, people asked AR if the process was endothermic and he said "Yes." When later asked if the heat that was not used was collected in water, he responded "Yes." People should consider that they are engaging in crowd sourced excuse making for him. He just has to sit back and wait

Re: [Vo]:angry and sad LENR comment but info too!

2016-08-13 Thread Jack Cole
Bob, We don't know how often Penon was there do we? It seems to me like he wasn't often there but was said to be remotely monitoring. Fabiani, one of the contractors, was named as a co-counter defendant by IH. I have a feeling West was not a lackey of AR, since he was not named in the

Re: [Vo]:angry and sad LENR comment but info too!

2016-08-10 Thread Jack Cole
GoatGuy On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 3:52 PM Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com> wrote: > Dave, > There was a schematic that GoatGuy referenced some time ago. His > speculation of how it could be faked included air in the system registering > on the flow meter. I'm not certain the schem

Re: [Vo]:angry and sad LENR comment but info too!

2016-08-10 Thread Jack Cole
Dave, There was a schematic that GoatGuy referenced some time ago. His speculation of how it could be faked included air in the system registering on the flow meter. I'm not certain the schematic was the ultimate configuration that was used. I'll try to find it in the archives. Jack On Wed,

Re: [Vo]:Problems with Rossi's flow meter described in court document

2016-08-09 Thread Jack Cole
a slide rule, with 1 or 2 digit precision. > > There could be electronic data elsewhere. There was something in the court > filings about electronic data, as pointed out by Jack Cole above: > > "There supposedly is raw data, which AR as referred to as millions of data > points. Unf

Re: [Vo]:Problems with Rossi's flow meter described in court document

2016-08-09 Thread Jack Cole
Dave, There supposedly is raw data, which AR as referred to as millions of data points. Unfortunately, if this data exists, it was never shared with IH by either Fabiani or Penon despite multiple requests and contractual obligations. I suspect if we could ever get our hands on this data, it

Re: [Vo]:Problems with Rossi's flow meter described in court document

2016-08-08 Thread Jack Cole
A large part of the discussion about the flow meter ignores a bigger problem. Whether the meter could possibly have correct measurements at that flow rate is irrelevant. The numbers are fake! 36000 kg/day even when the plant is not running. On Mon, Aug 8, 2016 at 11:29 AM a.ashfield

Re: [Vo]:Problems with Rossi's flow meter described in court document

2016-08-07 Thread Jack Cole
The flow meter problem is just a tiny part of the picture. You don't need to go beyond the paragraph below to throw it all out of the window. Despite that fact, they do go well beyond what they say below in the document. Best to not get hung up on a debatable matter like the flow meter. You'd

[Vo]:Watch a Powerful Electromagnet Shrink a Quarter to Half Its Size

2016-07-20 Thread Jack Cole
I thought this was very interesting. I wonder what would happen to a loaded electrolytic cathode or TiH2. "Shrinking a quarter down to half its size sounds like a magic trick, but there’s nothing magic about this experiment highlighted by Physics Girl

[Vo]:Article: The Air Conditioner That Makes Electricity

2016-07-20 Thread Jack Cole
The Air Conditioner That Makes Electricity http://flip.it/mo_1Q

Re: [Vo]:LEM Drive testable hypothesis

2016-07-16 Thread Jack Cole
Jones, Good points, thanks. Not sure he took into account the fact of .7c speed in the fiber optic cable. On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 8:51 AM Jones Beene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > *From:* Jack Cole > > > > Mike McCulloch has come up with a way to test his MiHsC theory, w

Re: [Vo]:LEM Drive testable hypothesis

2016-07-16 Thread Jack Cole
<alain.sep...@gmail.com> wrote: > Mike just found a video explaining one of his paper > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ge_ukRbuOw > > how heisenberg uncertainty principle explains gravity > > 2016-07-16 12:41 GMT+02:00 Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com>: > >> Mike McCul

[Vo]:LEM Drive testable hypothesis

2016-07-16 Thread Jack Cole
Mike McCulloch has come up with a way to test his MiHsC theory, which he has applied to the EM Drive. I have some skepticism about the EM Drive based on some negative reports that I have read, but more testing is needed. Anyway, at least McCulloch has developed an idea for an experiment that

Re: [Vo]:Parkhomov in ICCF19

2016-07-07 Thread Jack Cole
I was interested to see that SKINR was unable to replicate Celani using sensitive calorimetry. Quite a thorough paper. Sad to see. They wrote: "No excess heat was observed in a calorimeter of a sensitivity <10 mW when running either the initial or later test protocols during ∼ 200 days of

[Vo]:Article: Paper-Based Microbial Fuel Cell Operates without External Power

2016-07-03 Thread Jack Cole
A team of researchers from Iowa State University in Ames have demonstrated a proof-of-concept three dimensional paper-based microbial fuel cell (or MFC) that could take advantage of capillary action … http://flip.it/WQ4L9 Sent via Flipboard , your personal magazine. Get it

Re: [Vo]:Another motion filed in Rossi suit

2016-07-03 Thread Jack Cole
cessary. > > I don't know if Rossi lied in the patent. I'm don't think you could lie > without invalidating the patent. There are other possibilities such as > pretreatment of the materials and how the operation is controlled that > effect the operation. > > Any more "Dew

Re: [Vo]:Another motion filed in Rossi suit

2016-07-03 Thread Jack Cole
ry of IH, obviously they could >choose the Customer they wanted, if they had one. >e) When you have not the burden to give evidence of what you say, you >can say every stupidity. This is exactly the case. Anyway, what counts >related to the contract is the energy produced by

Re: [Vo]:Another motion filed in Rossi suit

2016-07-03 Thread Jack Cole
"Your bias is showing again. Goatguy suggested a possible method to scam the results and then you take it as read that that was done. Really?" It is altogether possible that he was not so clever as GG thinks, as Jed suggests, but could have still taken advantage of the design flaw noted by GG.

Re: [Vo]:Another motion filed in Rossi suit

2016-07-01 Thread Jack Cole
Bob Higgens wrote: "I am not a lawyer. However, I believe at this moment Rossi has a duly executed license agreement with IH. He cannot unilaterally cancel that after money has changed hands. Pragmatically he could not even give the $11.5M back and take back his license unless IH accepted that

Re: [Vo]:Another motion filed in Rossi suit

2016-06-30 Thread Jack Cole
Yes, but sadly people are jumping the gun in interpreting this. Seems like probably just something that they have to do should the judge rule it will go to trial. But, I don't know that either. Best to wait to hear from the judge. On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 6:34 PM Jones Beene

[Vo]:Article: Layer of strange "dark hydrogen" believed to exist on Jupiter-like planets

2016-06-24 Thread Jack Cole
Layer of strange "dark hydrogen" believed to exist on Jupiter-like planets http://flip.it/E3JjC

[Vo]:The Pull of the Distant Horizon

2016-06-20 Thread Jack Cole
MiHsC (the first model that explains inertia) works using horizons, which are boundaries in space between areas that can get information to us at light speed, and areas which can't, like black hole event horizons. If you accelerate away from a region of space fast enough it means that information

Re: [Vo]:Rossi and Leonardo Corp legal position improves

2016-06-06 Thread Jack Cole
Steve High wrote: "Why presume that the Court suspects IH as being the party who has committed economic crime?" Yes, that is a painfully presumptive article written as if the presumptions are facts. It is by an anonymous blogger. It's not worth reading unless you enjoy reading propaganda. On

Re: [Vo]:The Rossi Saga Part 1

2016-06-05 Thread Jack Cole
Eric Walker wrote: *It is hard to by any stretch of imagination to describe Rossi's behavior as that of a reasonable person. Rossi has been his own worst enemy, as even his admirers will attest. He succeeded in obtaining millions of dollars in funding, with the possibility of many more, in a

Re: [Vo]:Rossi vs I.H.

2016-05-23 Thread Jack Cole
Steven, Good post in my opinion. Very respectful to all. It is a painful thing to come to the realization that the hope you place in a person for changing the world is now lost (not to mention all the hours and work spent following the topic). It is a good and painful life lesson. When you

Re: [Vo]:Details of the Thermacore runaway in 1996

2016-05-20 Thread Jack Cole
that no one gets hurt > trying it. > > We have seen crazy stunts with thermite and other energetic materials on > YouTube. In a worst case, we are talking about something which could be > far more energetic than thermite. Yikes. > > *From:* Jack Cole > > Very intere

Re: [Vo]:Details of the Thermacore runaway in 1996

2016-05-19 Thread Jack Cole
Jones, Very interesting account. I have occasionally had the fantasy of modifying a pressure cooker, adding 10 pounds of nickel powder, and adding hydrogen (after degassing). On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 1:09 PM Jones Beene wrote: > Most observers of the LENR/nickel hydride

Re: [Vo]:Validity of E-Cat 1 MW plant test

2016-05-18 Thread Jack Cole
l.com> wrote: > That is not the same as testing Rossi's devices. But some of them did > yield COP>1, at least that's what I understand from Bob Higgins. And these > are not perfect replications. Check his new patent out to know what you > missed. > > > 2016-05-18 10:02 GMT-03:00

Re: [Vo]:Validity of E-Cat 1 MW plant test

2016-05-18 Thread Jack Cole
Yes, of course. I should have probably said at least a 100 instead of 100s, although 100s would probably be valid as people often don't publish negative results. On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 7:58 AM Daniel Rocha wrote: > Are referring to replications? > > >

Re: [Vo]:Validity of E-Cat 1 MW plant test

2016-05-18 Thread Jack Cole
, Lugano, MFMP. On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 7:39 AM Daniel Rocha <danieldi...@gmail.com> wrote: > How do you know that? > > > 2016-05-18 9:30 GMT-03:00 Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com>: > >> On the contrary, hundreds of experiments say it doesn't work at all. >> >>

Re: [Vo]:Validity of E-Cat 1 MW plant test

2016-05-18 Thread Jack Cole
Daniel Rocha wrote: "My views on this matter are the same as they were one month ago. Still waiting for new information. There is no new pattern here. " There is no new pattern, but the previous patterns have been elucidated. One too many cards were added to the house of cards, and now it is

Re: [Vo]:Validity of E-Cat 1 MW plant test

2016-05-16 Thread Jack Cole
When I put on my skeptic hat about this report from Mats, I think the following. This is speculation and opinion. Rossi found out about Darden causing doubt among the Lugano scientists. Scared that they may be convinced of the truth (as well as Mats), he plotted a scheme to shore up his support.

Re: [Vo]:Re: Let's continue to think about passive vs active approach to LENR 's existentil problems

2016-05-09 Thread Jack Cole
Lennart, Many of us sounded different before. It has taken us awhile to get more information about the situation (e.g., negative replications galore, repeated patterns of egregious mistakes made by Rossi / the people he chooses to conduct "tests"). I very much understand the desire to believe

[Vo]:Article: Hints of a New Particle Could Completely Change Physics as We Know It

2016-05-04 Thread Jack Cole
A fluctuation in the data from the world's most powerful particle smasher could be a random blip — or a breakthrough that could turn all of physics on its head. The problem is, we don't which it … http://flip.it/R1bSH Sent via Flipboard , your personal magazine. Get it for

Re: [Vo]:DCE, PEC and TiH2

2016-05-01 Thread Jack Cole
ervation of energy prevails in such a common > system - and that exotherm on loading is balanced by endotherm on unloading. > > But here is a understated paper found by Jack Cole, from a couple of years > ago where George Miley, Xiaoling Yang and their postgrads at > Illinois-Urbana ma

Re: [Vo]:Rossi's missing secret or E-CatX description or both?

2016-04-25 Thread Jack Cole
instrumentation. On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 12:09 PM Jones Beene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > *From:* Jack Cole > > > > Maybe Rossi has finally found something that will work (e.g., using a > method similar to Andrew Hrischanovich with titanium > <http://www.e-catw

Re: [Vo]:Rossi's missing secret or E-CatX description or both?

2016-04-25 Thread Jack Cole
Maybe Rossi has finally found something that will work (e.g., using a method similar to Andrew Hrischanovich with titanium ). On Mon,

[Vo]:Has the 'impossible' EM drive being tested by NASA finally been explained? | Examiner.com

2016-04-20 Thread Jack Cole
http://www.examiner.com/article/has-the-impossible-em-drive-being-tested-by-nasa-finally-been-explained

[Vo]:Article: Glowing nanomaterial to drive new generation of solar cells

2016-04-18 Thread Jack Cole
Implications for LENR? Glowing nanomaterial to drive new generation of solar cells: Physicists have discovered radical new properties in a nanomaterial which opens new possibilities for highly efficient thermophotovoltaic cells, which could one day harvest heat in the dark and turn it into

[Vo]:Alternative View and Methods to the Holmlid Effect

2016-04-17 Thread Jack Cole
Jones Beene has put together an experimental reactor to attempt an alternative method of producing the Holmlid effect. Jones theorizes that SPP could be a factor and hopes to test this without using laser light. Instead, he theorizes that a highly efficient sodium vapor light may induce SPP. It

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-14 Thread Jack Cole
Jed wrote: "One side or the other is definitely, drastically, 100% certainly wrong. One says the device produces 80 times input, and the other says it produces 1 times input. As I said, I cannot imagine why anyone here thinks Rossi is likely to be right, given his track record of making terrible

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-13 Thread Jack Cole
But unfortunately Axil, there is nothing to compare the bill to. They set up the factory just for the test in contrast to many of Rossi's early statements on the matter (if I am recalling correctly). On Wed, Apr 13, 2016, 8:00 PM Axil Axil wrote: > There is another measure

Re: [Vo]:Rossi states his reason for not publishing Penon report

2016-04-13 Thread Jack Cole
Jed, Now he says it will be published after it is disclosed in court. Probably hoping that it won't be widely refuted before a decision is reached and reducing the number of experts who could be called by IH to refute the report. It can't think of any reason to do this beyond the fact that it

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-13 Thread Jack Cole
Imagine how far a person can go with the support of crowd sourced enabling and excuse making. ;) On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 11:29 AM a.ashfield wrote: > Jed, > > My reading of IH's statement is quite different. I don't recall them > saying there was no heat. They said

Re: [Vo]: Lets work out some useful definitions

2016-04-12 Thread Jack Cole
Bob, Thank you for putting this together. May I add these definitions to a resource page I'm making for hobbyist replicators of the Holmlid Effect (with credit to you of course). What should we actually call this? Holmlid Effect or something else? Jack On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 12:10 PM Bob

[Vo]:GoatGuy's 1MW Explanation

2016-04-11 Thread Jack Cole
Thanks to Brad for finding the comment from GoatGuy on Next Big Future. I have had a chance to examine and think through the arguments. I'm not an engineer, so maybe someone else can do a better analysis. It seems like this explanation would work only if the plumbing connected to the water

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-11 Thread Jack Cole
Thanks Dave. I would love to see a solid report. I still have no alternative explanation for some of the early results I saw in my own experiments, but the lack of reproducibility makes me suspect that I missed some unknown error. I just have trouble believing that Rossi would send a lawsuit to

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-10 Thread Jack Cole
Brad, I concur. Nobody talking here is a pseudo-skeptic. Every one of us who is skeptical here has devoted a large amount of time (and money for some of us) to reading, analyzing, thinking, and even directly conducting many experiments. I have wanted the E-cat to work as much as anyone, and

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-10 Thread Jack Cole
If I'm not mistaken, GoatGuy was the first to speculate about the transparency of alumina accounting for the apparent excess heat in Lugano. His analysis seems plausible, but would take some thought and analysis to fully evaluate. On Sun, Apr 10, 2016, 2:17 PM Brad Lowe

Re: [Vo]:Industrial Heat Patent?

2016-04-10 Thread Jack Cole
This is another silly argument used by Rossi to cast himself as the victim. That patent was filed for on 2/20/15. It took IH awhile to a) figure out that the previous results were questionable, and b) attempt to replicate with better methodology. It also took time for the results of other

Re: [Vo]:Next Big Future - goes out on a limb

2016-04-09 Thread Jack Cole
Yes! I second the motion to release all the raw data. It would help to evaluate the claims. On Sat, Apr 9, 2016, 12:06 PM Bob Higgins wrote: > It is amazing that there are so many lofty positions being taken on the > basis of little-to-no released data. If IH and

Re: [Vo]:Rossi's response do IH

2016-04-08 Thread Jack Cole
It seems quite possible that Rossi taught IH the Lugano (false) method of experimentation, which they continued to use and be impressed with the amazing COPs it produced. This may have continued until they discovered it was invalid. At that point, they may have tried further replications getting

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