RE: [Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction

2019-02-23 Thread bobcook39...@hotmail.com
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Re: [Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction

2019-02-23 Thread Jones Beene
The retraction by the Plos editor is regrettable, even stupid. We can only wait to see if it will be an total embarrassment for them. In the end, the burden of proof is going to be met with a commercial product, or not at all. Based on everything in the record, we could see something like a

Re: [Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction

2019-02-23 Thread Axil Axil
"baryon number conservation" does not apply in proton decay which in simple terms is what Holmlid is producing through the action of ultra dense hydrogen. Generally, in one of the major activities in LENR, there is charge-parity non-conservation ("CP violation")

Re: [Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction

2019-02-23 Thread Axil Axil
Retraction opposed by mePosted by lholmlid on *23 Feb 2019 at 14:24 GMT* The action by Plos One on my paper which was retracted by the journal on 19-02-23 is astonishing. The retraction procedure did not involve a scientific evaluation. I have informed the journal that the experimental results on

Re: [Vo]:Superconductivity at temperatures around 77 degrees Fahrenheit

2019-02-23 Thread Axil Axil
https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2019/02/if-these-us-navy-patents-are-made-then-we-are-in-a-star-trek-technology-world.html This article mentions the *Gertsenshtein Effect*. https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.1867254 A possible demonstration configuration of the Gertsenshtein Effect is

Re: [Vo]:Superconductivity at temperatures around 77 degrees Fahrenheit

2019-02-23 Thread Frank Znidarsic
This is an amazing result that is relavent to LENR.  The fact that vibration can induce superconducivity. Vibrations normally destroys superconductivity; however, vibration at the right frequency inhances superconductivity. >From my book: pasted below. A low energy nuclear reactor (LENR) is

[Vo]:my mouse trap story

2019-02-23 Thread Frank Znidarsic
My 94 year old mother threw bird seed all around the house.  I cleaned up what I could.  Within a week a rodent entered into the house.  It ran upstairs where I sleep.I could hear it scratching around and could not sleep.  It 5:30 now and I am still not asleep. I took Squeekey the cat to bed

Re: [Vo]:Superconductivity at temperatures around 77 degrees Fahrenheit

2019-02-23 Thread Ron Kita
Kudos Axil: https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2019/02/if-these-us-navy-patents-are-made-then-we-are-in-a-star-trek-technology-world.html Perhaps..propulsion? Ron Kita http://www.chiralex.com On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 11:25 PM Axil Axil wrote: >

Re: [Vo]:Superconductivity at temperatures around 77 degrees Fahrenheit

2019-02-23 Thread Jones Beene
This is extremely interesting- since it describes a new approach to RTSC which is based on geometry and dynamic stimulation (mechanical vibration) in addition to the actual material involved. Joe Eck may have already offered a partial explanation based on work reported in 2017A New Phenomenon

RE: [Vo]:The EMC effect and proton disintegration

2019-02-23 Thread bobcook39...@hotmail.com
Mark— I Actually understood that the authors were mostly the same people for the older paper. I wanted see what they said back then and how they changed their minds. The old paper had much more meat than the new summary I read. Plus it was free. I noted some of the differences in their

[Vo]:Holmlid paper retraction

2019-02-23 Thread Jones Beene
Posted on LENR-forum by Can PLOS ONE editors retract one of Holmlid's papers. https://journals.plos.org/plos…69895#pone.0212979.ref001 https://journals.plos.org/plos…1371/journal.pone.0212979 Apparently the problem is "baryon number conservation"  and the absence of sufficiently strong