[Vo]:A revised version of my book in Chinese

2022-05-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
Translated by people, not the Google computers. See: https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/RothwellJlengjubian.pdf Another of my papers translated: https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/RothwellJreviewofthb.pdf

Re: [Vo]:Night time 'solar'

2022-04-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jones Beene wrote: > very low power density now - plenty of room for improvement > Can it be improved? The temperature difference is so low, I am surprised a thermoelectric gadget produces measurable current. In a third world rural setting, it might make more sense to burn firewood or kerosene

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
I should explain that in Atlanta, when they install a heat pump, they include a small, auxiliary, el-cheapo gas fired furnace along with it. It seldom turns on. I don't know about Florida and other warm places. In rural Japan where the walls are made of paper, they used to heat with kerosene

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: > When temperatures fall to 25 to 30 degrees, a heat pump loses its spot as >> the most efficient heating option for an Atlanta home. >> >> > Apparently heat pumps have improved a lot over the last decade. This > article says they now work well down to -10F or lower. > I looked at

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-12 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: However, there has been a big push to instead choose more efficient heat > pumps. The Canadian Institute for Climate Choices report found that to > drive deeper emissions cuts, the switch to heat pumps "would play an > essential and growing role."" > As I said, I am surprised heat

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-07 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: Oil and gas furnaces are now being banned in new construction projects in > parts of Canada. > What are they installing instead? Surely heat pumps don't work in most of Canada. Are they putting in resistance heaters? Those are extremely efficient. I find it hard to believe they

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-07 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > It resembles airplane seats available between midnight and 8 a.m. They are > discounted because few people want to fly "red eye" at those hours . . . > Note that airlines have to fly some number of airplanes at night, to position them for service the next day. They cannot terminate

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-07 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: Yes, it will. There is no market for electricity at night. >> > > There is no market currently, but if more and more electricity is being > demanded at night wouldn't that create a market? > Yes, as I said, if nighttime consumption increases, I expect they will tweak the rates to

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is one of many examples of free nighttime electricity in Texas: https://comparepower.com/electricity-rates/texas/free-electricity/ There is a lot of competition in the Texas electric power market, so many companies offer this. As I said, this is a good business model, not a favor to the

[Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
CB Sites wrote: I will confirm what @Jed Rothwell is saying as an > EV owner. 90% of my travel is inner city 30miles or less all stop and > go. Just an overnight charge on a 110v plugin charger and good to go. > I've not seen a noticble change in my electric bill. It's lik

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
Chris Zell wrote: As things now stand, automobile drivers are getting a free ride. That's not > fair. > > Toll roads/bridges? License/registration fees? Gasoline taxes? I don't know. We should see how they do it in London, England. I paid a bridge toll in New York state just by driving past

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
Regarding hydrogen vehicles and safe fission reactors, over at LENR Forum I wrote: It may be possible to develop safe fission reactors. I cannot judge. Some experts say pebble bed reactors might be safe. However, we know for a fact that solar panels are safe, and they can produce electricity much

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: "Free rider." > > I think public transport should be free too. > but of course it won't really be free. The costs will be borne by the > taxpayer. > Public transport is a lot cheaper than roads, highways and the damage caused by automobiles. So it would be best to make public

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > I don't see the point. Why spend four times more money than you need to? > Electric cars are far cheaper per mile. > It is actually 5.6 times more money per mile, because the power companies offer a huge discount for recharging overnight. In Atlanta, the power company estimates it

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > Nearly all new generating capacity is renewable, because that is almost > the cheapest. Aeroderivative natural gas is the cheapest at $1,294 base > overnight cost, but solar PV is $1,327. . . . > See also: Solar power will account for nearly half of new U.S. electric generating

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: > What on earth do you mean? >> >> > > A few examples: > --Volatile organic compounds > > https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality > > --Farming without disturbing soil could cut agriculture’s climate impact > by 30% > >

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jürg Wyttenbach wrote: > Toyota has sold more than 50'000 Hydrogen fuel cell powered cars. > Where did you find that number? They have sold 9,978 in the U.S., which is more than I expected. https://www.goodcarbadcar.net/toyota-mirai-sales-figures-usa-canada-monthly-yearly/ I think there is no

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
David L. Babcock wrote: Is anyone considering bottled hydrogen sold at gas stations? > I think that would cost a great deal of money. It takes a lot of gas to power an automobile. Think about how large the underground tanks of gasoline are in a regular gas station. In Japan they have tried a

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: Everything we do involves gaseous exchanges with the atmosphere. > What?!? Solar and hydroelectricity do not. Wind power does, in a sense, but it does not measurably affect the wind (the movement of air heated by the sun). Fission definitely does not involve gaseous exchanges,

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-05 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: > I don't mean to sound pedantic but the term "chemically fueled" could > apply to just about any vehicle except one powered by nuclear power. > I don't mean to sound pedantic, but all cars are nuclear powered. Fossil fuel cars are powered by the sun's fusion millions of years ago;

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
Terry Blanton wrote: https://www.recurrentauto.com/research/how-temperature-affects-ev-range > A cold outdoor temperature has a drastic effect on a Prius or a purely electric car. But the air conditioner does not. With a Prius in winter, efficiency is very low until the engine warms up, after

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
Robin wrote: I have been wondering by how much does heating/aircon lower the range of > electric vehicles? Anyone have a rough idea? > Hardly any. Soon after the Prius was introduced, some engineers studied this when trying to achieve miles per gallon distance records. As I recall, in most

Re: [Vo]:This smells like an April 1 joke

2022-04-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jones Beene wrote: > Prior to this there had been and remains a nascent movement around the > idea that hydrogen made from wind or solar was going to be our savior on > the energy front - despite the intractable poor economics involved in the > manufacture and storage. > The economics are

[Vo]:Cavitation (sonofusion) reactor from B-J. Huang et al.

2022-04-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
This discussion group began long ago with discussions of vortex-induced cavitation, also known as sonofusion. Examples include the work of Roger Stringham and the hydrodynamics gadget (https://www.hydrodynamics.com/). (Look up Stringham in the LENR-CANR.org index,

Re: [Vo]:Highest efficiency water splitter

2022-03-18 Thread Jed Rothwell
Robin wrote: I thought I just read in one of the papers recently posted on Vortex that > preparation of the surface involved oxidizing the metal. That would make sense if reacting it with Hydrogen resulted in > the creation of nascent water molecules that > then act as Hydrino catalysts. I

Re: [Vo]:Highest efficiency water splitter

2022-03-17 Thread Jed Rothwell
A potential problem with this idea is that the hydrogen (or deuterium) has to be highly pure. When you split water, you usually end up with impurities and some oxygen mixed in with the hydrogen. You have to use high tech equipment to purify it. You probably would not want to put water into a cold

Re: [Vo]:Highest efficiency water splitter

2022-03-17 Thread Jed Rothwell
Robin wrote: > A gram of Hydrogen represents the explosive power of about 30 gm of TNT. > Several hundred grams of Hydrogen would equate > to about 9 kg of TNT. That's a little more than a pop under the hood. > Well, if it is a problem, I suppose they could use 20 g instead of 100. The point

Re: [Vo]:Highest efficiency water splitter

2022-03-17 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jones Beene wrote: > Most viable concepts for commercial vehicles which would utilize LENR need > to have efficient water-splitting as part of the package. Compressed > hydrogen gas as the alternative - that is probably a non-starter for safety > reasons, > Do you mean the hydrogen or

Re: [Vo]:Storms preprint

2022-03-17 Thread Jed Rothwell
Robin wrote: > Just Google atomic or molecular self-assembly. > I don't see how this could apply to making a cathode. Perhaps you could explain in a little more detail?

Re: [Vo]:Storms preprint

2022-03-15 Thread Jed Rothwell
Robin wrote: > I wonder if atomic/molecular self-assembly could be used to create uniform > structures of exactly the right size and > shape for the NAE? > What do you mean by "self-assembly"? What RNA and ribosomes do?

[Vo]:Storms preprint

2022-03-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is a preprint of an ICCF-23 paper: Storms, E. *The Nature of the D+D Fusion Reaction in Palladium and Nickel (preprint)*. in *ICCF-23*. 2021. Xiamen, China. https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/StormsEthenatureob.pdf

[Vo]:Hagelstein paper in JCMNS 35

2022-03-11 Thread Jed Rothwell
Years ago, Peter Hagelstein wrote one of the best essays I know of about science and human nature: https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/Hagelsteinontheoryan.pdf He wrote another wide-ranging paper in JCMNS 35: "Theory and Experiments in Condensed Matter Nuclear Science"

Re: [Vo]:JCMNS 35 uploaded

2022-03-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
I meant: JOURNAL OF CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE *Vol. 35* is uploaded. ttps://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedzh.pdf

[Vo]:JCMNS 35 uploaded

2022-03-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
JOURNAL OF CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE Vol. 34 is uploaded. https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedzh.pdf

[Vo]:Charles Entenmann dies

2022-03-08 Thread Jed Rothwell
I regret to announce that Charles Entenmann died on February 24, 2022. See: http://www.infinite-energy.com/resources/charles-entenmann.html https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/newsday/name/charles-entenmann-obituary?id=33396300

Re: [Vo]:OT: More evidence supports use of Ivermectin

2022-03-07 Thread Jed Rothwell
Ivermectin improves the prognosis for patients infected with parasites. It does nothing to prevent or cure COVID. Double blind tests of ivermectin only show positive results in places where parasites are widespread, such as India. See:

Re: [Vo]:$2 million prize for simple/reproducible LENR experiment

2022-02-28 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > I asked them if they plan to give out more than one prize. I will report > back if they respond. > They say they haven't decided yet. They have not decided the prize amount either, contrary to what Celani reported.

Re: [Vo]:$2 million prize for simple/reproducible LENR experiment

2022-02-28 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > Maybe they plan to give more than one prize. It says $2 million or $3 > million. Maybe that means $2 million to one person and another $1 or $2 > million to another. > I asked them if they plan to give out more than one prize. I will report back if they respond.

Re: [Vo]:$2 million prize for simple/reproducible LENR experiment

2022-02-27 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jones Beene wrote: Time's a wasting. This prize should be claimed by someone we know, no? > Maybe they plan to give more than one prize. It says $2 million or $3 million. Maybe that means $2 million to one person and another $1 or $2 million to another. >

Re: [Vo]:$2 million prize for simple/reproducible LENR experiment

2022-02-27 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jürg Wyttenbach wrote: > Only a fool would sell the Gates/Page blood suckers a working LENR > reaction. > If they are giving a prize with no strings attached, why not show them the reaction? As long as they do not demand a share of the intellectual property, what harm can they do? > And of

[Vo]:$2 million prize for simple/reproducible LENR experiment

2022-02-25 Thread Jed Rothwell
At the DARP workshop Francesco Celani said that the Anthropocene Institute is offering a $2 million prize for a "simple/reproducible LENR experiment." I do see anything about this at https://www.iccf24.org/ There is one slide about it here:

[Vo]:ICCF24 website

2022-02-22 Thread Jed Rothwell
The website for ICCF-24 has been updated to include the Call for Papers and other items. https://www.iccf24.org/

[Vo]:The Publications of Fritz Paneth and Kurt Peters: Precursor to the Discovery of Cold Fusion

2022-02-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
See: https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/PanethFthepublica.pdf The Publications of Fritz Paneth and Kurt Peters: Precursor to the Discovery of Cold Fusion Contents Introduction. Paneth, F. and K. Peters, On the transmutation of hydrogen into helium. Ber., 1926. 59: p. 2039 (translation). Paneth,

Re: [Vo]:Is bulk Pd cold fusion an H-D reaction?

2022-02-06 Thread Jed Rothwell
CB Sites wrote: > I really like how the Chubb brothers worked on it from the solid state POV. > (It was uncle Talbot and his nephew Scott, both deceased.)

[Vo]:Is bulk Pd cold fusion an H-D reaction?

2022-02-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
The other day Francesco Celani and his friend asked me if I know of any papers that discuss the role of H in the bulk Pd cold fusion. Can H enhance the reaction? Is there an H-D reaction? I said I don't recall any papers like that. It turns out they already found one, which I added to the library:

[Vo]:Book "Developments in Electrochemistry - Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann"

2022-02-02 Thread Jed Rothwell
I hesitate to mention this because it might be a copyright violation, but this book has been uploaded in Acrobat format: *Developments in Electrochemistry - Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann*, ed. D. Pletcher, Z.Q. Tian, and D.E.G. Williams. 2014: Wiley.

[Vo]:A few signs of increased interest in the field

2022-02-01 Thread Jed Rothwell
There have been a few signs of increased interest in the field by official agencies, especially defense agencies. I have uploaded some recent PowerPoint slides from ARPA-E LENR Workshop, and a document from the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (Forsvarets forskningsinstitutt -- FFI).

[Vo]:Mizuno's Pd Ni-mesh experiment verified again

2022-01-28 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is a report from lenr-forum: "There has been another successful replication [of the Pd Ni-mesh experiment] by a third party Japanese publicly traded company. They are working on the final report now, and when done it will be posted here on the forum. Not sure what reactor, but results were

[Vo]:Fleischmann obituary by D. Williams

2022-01-24 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is an obituary of Martin Fleischmann by D. Williams: https://www.chemistryworld.com/opinion/martin-fleischmann-1927-2012/5401.article Some of this is pleasing. It reminds me of what McKubre and others said about Martin. Unfortunately, the parts about cold fusion are nonsense. Either

Re: [Vo]:Using the cold universe as a renewable and sustainable energy source

2022-01-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
This is great stuff. This method was used to make ice in lowland India starting in the 16th century. Lowland India is hot!

Re: [Vo]:OT: Energy and taxation

2022-01-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: > Also buying miles would be a local transaction which would ensure the > funds go to the state in which the vehicle is mostly driven. > Rather similar to buying gasoline in Georgia or South Carolina as you drive north. A cell phone knows what State you are in. It adjusts the

Re: [Vo]:OT: Energy and taxation

2022-01-08 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: No more unsafe than running out charge or gasoline in the "middle of > nowhere". > True. You could have multiple warnings as it approaches zero. > These days it is hard to end up in the middle of nowhere. > I manage to get there from time to time. But that brings up an

Re: [Vo]:OT: Energy and taxation

2022-01-08 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: One could purchase miles for a special key which would let the user start > the vehicle. The key would be able to read the car's odometer and deduct > miles accordingly. > That sounds unsafe. If you ran out of miles, you might be stranded in the middle of nowhere, unable to start

Re: [Vo]:OT: Energy and taxation

2022-01-07 Thread Jed Rothwell
I think an annual tag fee based on miles driven would be the best solution. You would have to bring the car into a licensed mechanic who fills in an online form with the odometer reading. Monitoring distance driven every day or on roads as cars pass is too complicated and expensive. Reading an

Re: [Vo]:OT: steam locomotive

2022-01-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: We don't really know how steam engines would have evolved because they were > out-competed by diesel engines. > As I recall, the last attempts to compete with Diesel engines was with steam turbines. This source says the Union Pacific actually made two steam turbine locomotives, and

Re: [Vo]:OT Michael Shellenberger opposes California's gas car phase out

2022-01-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: You might not think so, looking at the primary energy of gasoline. The > thing is, electric cars use 4 to 5 times less energy than gasoline cars. So > imagine using 80% less gasoline. Look at these primary energy sources to > get a feel for it. Converting to electric cars would eliminate

[Vo]:OT Michael Shellenberger opposes California's gas car phase out

2022-01-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
MSF wrote: > I'm all for electric cars, except those aspects of them that are > controlled by entities other than the driver. > I believe you mean self-driving cars, or partially self-driving cars such as the Tesla. The self-driving feature has nothing to do with the car being electric. A Leaf

Re: [Vo]:OT Michael Shellenberger opposes California's gas car phase out

2022-01-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
This guy makes some valid points, but there is a lot of misinformation and mistakes about history in what he says. Two points in particular: Electric cars will not be a burden on the power grid if most of them are charged overnight. They will cause the power grid to consume more natural gas, but

Re: [Vo]:[OT]Omicron

2021-12-19 Thread Jed Rothwell
Terry Blanton wrote: > The fact that it is more infectious may turn out to be a boon rather than >> a problem, as it would >> outpace all other strains, and "immunize" those who are unwilling to get >> the jab. >> It may also save governments around the world from having to spend >> billions on

[Vo]:Freire et al., Preliminary survey on cold fusion

2021-12-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
Preliminary survey on cold fusion: It’s not pathological science and may require revision of nuclear theory. Discussion and copy of paper here: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/thread/6714-brazil-joins-the-party-a-survey-of-the-lenr-field/

[Vo]:Fleischmann's law of disruption

2021-11-15 Thread Jed Rothwell
At LENR-Forum, someone noted that many theories attempt to explain cold fusion. In my response, I cited something Martin Fleischmann said, which will be of general interest: This is a general rule of theoretical physics. Ask any 3 theorists a question and you get 5 different answers. That's the

Re: [Vo]:JCMNS uploaded -- please test download

2021-11-15 Thread Jed Rothwell
This paper was revised: Mosier-Boss, P.A. and L. Forsley, Interpreting CR-39 Detectors used in Pd/D Co-deposition: Nuclear Generated Tracks or Artifacts? J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci., 2021. 34: p. 32-57. The new version is here:

Re: [Vo]:JCMNS uploaded -- please test download

2021-11-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
I wrote: > The internet and ISPs can be unreliable . . . I have had files that were > intact for years suddenly become corrupted. That must be an ISP server > problem. > Which means: You should ALWAYS keep a backup copy of any file you upload to the internet. Keep it on your own computer, and

Re: [Vo]:JCMNS uploaded -- please test download

2021-11-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
The new copy worked for the person who was having problems. The internet and ISPs can be unreliable . . . I have had files that were intact for years suddenly become corrupted. That must be an ISP server problem. My ISP is Jumpline.com, which is usually okay, but it has strange problems from time

[Vo]:JCMNS uploaded -- please test download

2021-11-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
JOURNAL OF CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE Vol. 34 is uploaded. https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedzg.pdf Someone told me they had trouble downloading this file. They could not download or print. I replaced the file. Please download it and let me know if you have difficulty.

[Vo]:ARPA workshop site now includes many papers and slides

2021-11-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
See: https://arpa-e.energy.gov/events/low-energy-nuclear-reactions-workshop Some depressing ones: https://arpa-e.energy.gov/sites/default/files/2021LENR_workshop_Metzler.pdf http://coldfusioncommunity.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/1_JCMNS-Vol20.pdf

[Vo]:Elsevier’s new report highlights Pathways to Net Zero

2021-11-03 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is the mainstream, conventional view of future energy. Nothing about cold fusion, obviously. But this has useful information. Report: How can research help the world hit net zero by 2050? Explore emerging trends and opportunities to maximize the impact of clean-energy research in "Pathways

Re: [Vo]:Researcher H. Numata dies

2021-10-26 Thread Jed Rothwell
See: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/thread/6682-rip-dr-hiroo-numata/

[Vo]:Researcher H. Numata dies

2021-10-25 Thread Jed Rothwell
I regret to announce that cold fusion researcher Hiroo Numata (沼田博雄) died on October 2, 2021.

[Vo]:arpa-e LENR workshop agenda updated

2021-10-21 Thread Jed Rothwell
This has been revised and updated: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Workshop October 21-22, 2021 https://arpa-e.energy.gov/events/low-energy-nuclear-reactions-workshop I think they are trying to cram too many people into their "lightning rounds." Maybe too much thunder, not enough light.

Re: [Vo]:US Department of Energy (ARPA-E) LENR Workshop Oct 21-22

2021-10-14 Thread Jed Rothwell
Esa Ruoho wrote: > is this really a "glass half empty" situation that after 3 decades they > actually have a little workshop and that that might result in something of > interest that would be positive and useful? > I would say the glass has only a few drops in it. However, if this workshop

Re: [Vo]:US Department of Energy (ARPA-E) LENR Workshop Oct 21-22

2021-10-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
Here is the program: https://arpa-e.energy.gov/events/low-energy-nuclear-reactions-workshop

[Vo]:US Department of Energy (ARPA-E) LENR Workshop Oct 21-22

2021-10-13 Thread Jed Rothwell
-- Forwarded message - From: LENR Forum Date: Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 1:20 PM LENR Forum LENR NEWS 2021 10 13 US Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to hold LENR Workshop: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Workshop October 21-22, 2021 The objective

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: > >>No vote is needed.<< -> so no freedom of choice > Absolutely no freedom of choice!! You are never allowed to interfere with my freedom of speech, or Facebook's, or the U.S. government's freedom of speech. The voters are not allowed to overrule the Constitution. The

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: government and big tech working together is fascism -> the electorate > didn't vote for that > No vote is needed. The government and big tech both have the right of free speech, and the right to do whatever they like as long as it is legal. The electorate cannot take away

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: they hooked me > Poor you! Maybe there is some kind YouTube addiction withdrawal support network.

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: more things have to pay for all adds up > Okay, so if the ads annoy you and you don't want to pay $12 a month, don't watch YouTube. No one is forcing you to watch it. I do not understand what you are complaining about.

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: As for the other issue -> government admits to working in partnership with > big tech to censor --> > The government and big tech have every right to work together. > The Biden administration confirms it aggressively works with Big Tech “…to > flag ‘problematic’ posts

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: Then "they" can up the price. Point is -> used to be free; so tried to get > people hooked on something that was free and then fleece them. > $12 a month does not seem like fleecing to me. It is more than I would be willing to pay, but a lot less than cable TV, or YouTube

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
H LV wrote: Platform, or Publisher? > If Big Tech firms want to retain valuable government protections, then > they need to get out of the censorship business. > If they are trying to shield themselves claiming "platform" rights under Code 230, that's unfair. I don't know what the story is. In

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
CB Sites wrote: Yeah, the monetization of youtube sucks. They do have to find a way to pay > for it so I just sit through a 30sec ad or two and skip the 2-15 minute > ones. But annoying as heck, I agree with. > It turns out you can get YouTube Premium for $12 a month. That eliminates the ads.

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-20 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: It is not their constitutional right to censor. > It most certainly is their right! Facebook or the Washington Post cannot be forced to publish an editorial they disagree with. They can censor any opinion or letter they want. If the government were to force them to publish

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-19 Thread Jed Rothwell
AM ROGER ANDERTON wrote: > shouldn't be allowed to be above the law and suppress freedom of speech > Freedom of speech only applies to the government. The government cannot pass a law restricting freedom of speech. YouTube, the Washington Post, FOX News or the Scientific American can restrict

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-18 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: Well it has been free initially, next expectation -> initially it was not > censored, can you/we expect them not to eventually censor > YouTube never said it would not be censored. They said from the start they would not allow pornography, revenge or dangerous vids. It is

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-18 Thread Jed Rothwell
I revised the Video Introduction page to embed the video, and I told the reader there are no subtitles in the downloadable version but the scripts are below. https://lenr-canr.org/wordpress/?page_id=1618

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-18 Thread Jed Rothwell
ROGER ANDERTON wrote: Not really new, its the same old trick everytime; its like how illegal > drugs are pushed -> the dealer gives you them free until you are hooked > then you have to pay; Youtube were giving a free service, now they are > looking for getting money from it. > Well, you can't

Re: [Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-18 Thread Jed Rothwell
Oh. You learn something new every day. I see you can pay them to delete the ads for $12 a month, with YouTube Premium. This I did not know, because I am out of it. Far, far out of it. Light years away from it. - Jed On Fri, Sep 17, 2021 at 7:12 PM ROGER ANDERTON wrote: > Youtube has started

[Vo]:Copy of "A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion" without YouTube ads

2021-09-17 Thread Jed Rothwell
Around July of this year, the number of people viewing my video fell. Recently I watched the video and discovered that YouTube is stuffing advertisements in front of it. I guess that is why fewer people are watching it. There does not seem to be a way to override this. The "monetization" option is

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jonathan Berry wrote: It is not marginal, look at Africa, the places where they give Ivermectin > routinely has basically no Covid death spikes, the places where they don't > have the familiar looking waves. > These effects are more easily explained by demographics (many young people) and by

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jonathan Berry wrote: Jed, You point me to a study where it was tested this way suitably, I > suspect it will have been highly flawed if that was the result. > I suspect you will say that any result you disagree with is flawed by definition. But you are missing my point. Even if we assume the

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
Terry Blanton wrote: If you are truly interested, there are currently 76 clinical studies either > on-going or completed for the efficacy of ivermectin on SARS-CoV-2. > 76 is a lot of studies! I think we can be confident that if it has any efficacy, that will be determined. A reliable,

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
Terry Blanton wrote: > But effectiveness is absolutely conclusive >>> >> >> No. If that were true, it would show up in the double-blind tests. >> > > Many things work in vitro but not in the body, e.g.: > That's true too. It is important. But I was talking about a clinical double-blind test

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jonathan Berry wrote: > Why are they pushing an experimental that contains the harmful spike > protein that has little beneficial effect and obvious harm? > COVID itself, and the common cold, both produce a million times more of these spike proteins than the vaccine does. Yet the cold does

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jonathan Berry wrote: > But effectiveness is absolutely conclusive > No. If that were true, it would show up in the double-blind tests. Many of them have been done by proponents. None have shown more than a marginal effect, and they were probably mistakes. This is science. You have to use

Re: [Vo]:Scientific Papers sign of desperation among Big pharma

2021-09-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
Jürg Wyttenbach wrote: > We no longer need any Ivermectin studies as we have real data from > 1'000'000'000 people that now no longer worry CoV-19. > Leading Indian epidemiologists say there is no evidence that ivermectin had an effect in India. They were interviewed in the New York Times and

[Vo]:Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion Kindle Edition

2021-08-11 Thread Jed Rothwell
Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion Kindle Edition by Randolph R. Davis Published 2021 https://www.amazon.com/Bridging-Gaps-Anthology-Nuclear-Fusion-ebook/dp/B097465MT5

[Vo]:NASA and LENR

2021-07-26 Thread Jed Rothwell
The FAA's top space official outlines progress — NASA does a deep dive on potential power sources for a moon base, including “cold fusion.” https://www.politico.com/newsletters/politico-space/2021/07/23/the-faas-top-space-official-outlines-progress-493703 Frontiers of Space Power and Energy

Re: [Vo]:Some ICCF-23 videos uploaded already

2021-06-10 Thread Jed Rothwell
This has been brought up to date every day. On Wed, Jun 9, 2021 at 5:41 PM Jed Rothwell wrote: > See: > > http://ikkem.com/iccf-23_oralab.php >

[Vo]:Some ICCF-23 videos uploaded already

2021-06-09 Thread Jed Rothwell
See: http://ikkem.com/iccf-23_oralab.php

[Vo]:Reminder: ICCF23 starts June 8 (or June 9)

2021-06-04 Thread Jed Rothwell
ICCF23 starts on June 8, 2021, or on June 9, depending on your time zone. The preliminary program is here: http://ikkem.com/iccf-23_program.php Registration is free, but you have to register to see the presentations.

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