It's binding atoms with their innershells.
Daniel Rocha - RJ
Just get MFMP to replicate Parkhomov. That'll go viral instantly. I
find it unlikely it will happen. I'm sure if it could be replicated
someone would have already done so by now.
On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 3:15 PM, Jed Rothwell jedrothw...@gmail.com wrote:
I have been thinking about a YouTube
I think what people don't get is that there are probably dozens if not at
least a 100 or so labs trying to replicate lugano. It's likely some % of
those labs are going to make make measurement errors.And some % of that
are going to report without proper review.
On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 4:29
Here is a paper worth reading as background for understanding the
possibility of a hidden lithium depletion problem. This problem could
relate to why cold fusion has historically been hard to replicate (if the
electrolyte contained LiOH with the depleted light isotope).
The journal Current Science, Vol. 108, No. 4, published on February 25,
2015 includes 35 papers about cold fusion, Special Section: Low Energy
Nuclear Reactions. The online edition is here:
Going back for continuing search and hunting. Wish me luck, please!
Dr. Peter Gluck
the story behind free pdfs of 34 cold fusion papers in Current Science
104(4) 574-7, 2015.02.25: Abd ul-Rahman Lomax: Rich Murray 2015.02.24
Replicable cold fusion experiment: heat/helium ratio, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax,
Current Science 104(4) 574-7, 2015.02.25 free pdfs of 34 papers: Rich
I meant 34 papers. Here are the titles in the EndNote default format:
1. Azizi, O., et al., *Progress towards understanding anomalous heat effect
in metal deuterides.* Curr. Sci., 2015. *108*(4).
2. Biberian, J.P., *Biological transmutations.* Curr. Sci., 2015. *108*(4).
3. Cravens, D., M.R.
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