Re: [Vo]:Krivit's Napoli visit? To all Italian-reading Vorts

2011-07-01 Thread Axil Axil
The project described in this post supports and extends my understanding of what is going on in the Rossi reactor. First off, the use of potassium as an alkaline catalyst supports my belief that Rossi is using some alkaline based catalyst like potassium as his “secret catalyst”. Potassium

Re: [Vo]:renamed Axil's Tungsten

2011-07-02 Thread Axil Axil
to the reactor walls please share!* * * *Regards* *Fran * * * * * * * *Re: [Vo]:Krivit's Napoli visit? To all Italian-reading Vorts* *Axil Axil* Fri, 01 Jul 2011 09:02:49 -0700 ** ** The project described in this post supports and extends my understanding of what is going

[Vo]:The Dipole Blockaid error resend

2011-07-05 Thread Axil Axil
I think that heavy Rydberg matter dipole shielding of the nickel nuclei allow protons to penetrate the nuclear coulomb barrier of nickel atoms. In Rydberg matter, this dipole shielding goes as the 7th power of the number of atoms in the Rydberg matter assemblages. This polarization of Rydberg

Re: [Vo]:Purdue paper Bose-Einstein Condensation Nuclear Fusion

2011-07-09 Thread Axil Axil
From Kim’s paper “additives used (not disclosed in the patent application) form Ni alloy and/or Ni metal/alloy oxide in the surface regions of nickel nano-scale particles, so that Ni atoms/nuclei become mobile with a sufficiently large diffusion coefficient” I can’t see how nickel atoms

[Vo]:Axil's alternative to Kim

2011-07-10 Thread Axil Axil
As an alternative to professor Kims offering, I humbly offer this alternative explanation to the origin and possible functionality characterized by the atomic coherence that is required if radiation from the nuclear reactions that makeup the Rossi process are to be suppressed. First off, the

Re: [Vo]:More from Rossi -- Heat transfer,Self-sustaining eCAT

2011-07-12 Thread Axil Axil
Rossi said: Andrea Rossi July 12th, 2011 at 6:24 AMhttp://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.com/?p=501cpage=1#comment-52306 Dear Malcom, Yes, also. Warm Regards, A.R. Yes also means that both the reaction vessel and the lead shield both generated heat, IMHO. the proportions are as follows:

Re: [Vo]:Ecatreport part 2

2011-07-13 Thread Axil Axil
Rossi is using tubercles to increase the cross-section of his reaction well over what can be produced in a well ordered nickel lattice. A tubercle is a mound created on the metal’s surface. Rossi is using these tubercles to disrupt the regularity of the nickel lattice to increase the strength of

Re: [Vo]:Huge Solar Explosion

2011-07-20 Thread Axil Axil
It's a mystery that presented itself unexpectedly: The radioactive decay of some elements sitting quietly in laboratories on Earth seemed to be influenced by activities inside the sun, 93 million miles away. Is this possible? Researchers from Stanford and Purdue University believe it is. But

Re: [Vo]:E-Cat open source replication

2011-07-21 Thread Axil Axil
I will attempt to address this question from ecat builder: “Does the catalyst convert hydrogen to H+? Is there something else to try? What would you like to see tried for a catalyst?” First some background quoted from ecatrepor: “although one might first think “the finer the

Re: [Vo]:E-Cat open source replication

2011-07-21 Thread Axil Axil
The evidence for nano-powder welding as one of Rossi’s secrets is strong but circumstantial in the 10kw unit whose reaction vessel volume is 1 liter. First, the 100 gram pure nickel nano-powder fills only 1% of the volume of this one liter reaction vessel. This small amount of powder cannot

Re: [Vo]:Seebeck effect in the E-Cat?

2011-07-22 Thread Axil Axil
There are two counterarguments to the proposition that an electric or electronic based mechanism contributes to the establishment or the control of the Rossi effect. First, for much of the long history of the Cat-e development, a single heater was used to activate and control the Cold fusion

Re: [Vo]:E-Cat open source replication

2011-07-22 Thread Axil Axil
surely liquefied and burnt a hole in the reaction vessel wall upon which it sat. Unless the 100 grans of nickel nano-powder was evenly distributed over the entire surface of the reaction vessel, the burn-through of the reaction vessel is certain. On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 6:46 PM, Axil Axil janap

Re: [Vo]: Gyroscope's unexplained acceleration may be due to modified inertia...

2011-07-28 Thread Axil Axil
According to the standard model, a Higgs field (named after a Scottish physicist Peter Higgs) is a cosmological field that permeates the entire universe. This field is supposed to be responsible for the genesis of inertial mass (and, because of Einstein's equivalence principle, gravitational

Re: [Vo]:Wet Steam: Energy required disperse and suspend small droplets in the vapor state

2011-07-31 Thread Axil Axil
The viability of a system cannot be determined from an examination of just one of its components. Rossi plans to string a number of cat-e's together in series to convert water to dry steam. The steam exiting the first cat-e in series may well be wet. The function of the second... n-th stages

Re: [Vo]:Passerini's Prediction

2011-08-03 Thread Axil Axil
“Ps. However, I will condemn Mills crack pot theory as false, because he is explaining cold fusion effect by dark matter. This is very feeble argument, because there is no such thing as dark matter or at least, we do not have any evidence that supports that hypothesis!

Re: [Vo]:18-hour test is no less detailed than a boiler test report

2011-08-05 Thread Axil Axil
Re: “DESCRIBE PERSONALLY PERCEIVED FAULTS IN OTHERS” This predisposition of many mainstream critics of out-of-the-box thinkers as abnormal and aberrant is deeply rooted in human nature as an evolutionary adaptation fostered by natural selection to enhance the survival of the race. The

[Vo]:The clockwork

2011-08-09 Thread Axil Axil
The very large scope of cold fusion reactions that have so far been discovered lead me to conclude that there are many separate and distinct mechanisms involved in the Cold Fusion phenomena; any of these mechanisms taken on their own may result in only a very small and barely detectable production

Re: [Vo]:who is the secret big partner of Rossi in USA?

2011-08-10 Thread Axil Axil
Another Rossi puzzle…more fun! A clue, Rossi says that if he told us in which city the 1 MW reactor demo is to be held in, we would immediately know what company his American partner is. Company towns like that are very rare anymore with most manufacturing going overseas. The company must be

Re: [Vo]:Another Defkalion statement on PESN

2011-08-10 Thread Axil Axil
Ever since one of our number “noone noone” posted this http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg49026.html I have been concerned that I have let Rossi’s secret out of the bag to his detriment and that secret has been used by Defkalion Green Technologies to reverse engineer Rossi’s

Re: [Vo]:On a Quixotic mission

2011-08-11 Thread Axil Axil
In this new Mills patent, you can see where some of the investment capital went in the blacklight power venture: http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20110114075 It looks to me like Mills and associates must have gone through all possible hydride reactions with every possible transition

Re: [Vo]:On a Quixotic mission

2011-08-11 Thread Axil Axil
I am going from memory here, but Rossi said early on that the secret additive is absolutely required to get useful energy out of his core. Using the nickel powder alone does not produce heat. The Rossi process is the amalgamation of multiple mechanisms each of which when taken separately fail

Re: [Vo]:Speaking of finely divided nickel

2011-08-12 Thread Axil Axil
I find Jones’ post on finely divided nickel exceedingly interesting, informative, and valuable. For what it is worth, the content and logic of this post fits in well with my thinking on the Rossi question. To further the discussion, I believe that the nano-structures that actively mediate the

Re: [Vo]:DGT Continues Playing Dodge Ball

2011-08-12 Thread Axil Axil
Even if DGT can build a Rossi knockoff, their own testing has shown the knockoff to be potentially dangerous and hard to control. If such a product was sold to the public in general, DGT would be legally exposed if the knockoff cause harm to life or property. It is in the business interest of

Re: [Vo]:DGT Continues Playing Dodge Ball

2011-08-12 Thread Axil Axil
...@gmail.com wrote: Axil Axil wrote: Even if DGT can build a Rossi knockoff, their own testing has shown the knockoff to be potentially dangerous and hard to control. I do not know where you got that information. The Defkalion reactors appear to be better controlled and safer than Rossi's own

Re: [Vo]:U.S. Researcher Preparing Prototype Cars Powered by Heavy-Metal Thorium

2011-08-18 Thread Axil Axil
For some technical background, this is a small excerpt from the description of the Phoenix 2000 MaxFelaser system found on the Website. Thorium as a laser fuel is a natural Alpha beta emitter and lases very easily. What makes the Phoenix 2000 MaxFelaser systems differs from “reactors” or other

[Vo]:a 5 kW module

2011-08-18 Thread Axil Axil
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Re: [Vo]:Speaking of finely divided nickel

2011-08-18 Thread Axil Axil
Rossi said that he spent every waking hour for six months tweaking the size and shape of the tubules to provide maximum performance. Maybe he found the miniature wave guide frequency that matches the energy hole by trial and error. On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 5:58 PM, mix...@bigpond.com wrote: In

Re: [Vo]:ANTICIPATING THE 1 MW DEMO

2011-08-28 Thread Axil Axil
RE: “I don't see how doing a 1 MW demonstration would fit into a good strategy, but since I know nothing about his plans I cannot judge.” Rossi is terrified and perplexed by occasional runaways and subsequent burnouts of his reactors that he does not understand, prevent from beginning or can

Re: [Vo]:People such as Edison, Jobs, Whitman and Rossi are not always lying when they say things that are obviously false

2011-08-28 Thread Axil Axil
None of us live in the honesty of the objective universe; a cold and uncaring domain where brutal science holds sway. Such a frigid and unfeeling place is far to large and painful for us to bear in the lives we live. We each of us are artists who paint our world as in a dream born darkly in

Re: [Vo]:Where's Rossi and other simple questions...

2011-08-30 Thread Axil Axil
Cyber sabotage is now very sophisticated and effective. Even secret US government projects have been penetrated to the point where the penitrated projects are rendered useless; they require redesign or sometimes even cancellation. The type of information that has been asked for in this post is

Re: [Vo]:I love Obama, great speach on jobs, patents too

2011-09-09 Thread Axil Axil
The large mufti-national companies are not where new jobs come from. These companies will usually spread any increase in their work forces throughout the world with only a small fraction allocated to the US. So government incentives that are targeted to advantage this corporate category is not

Re: [Vo]:Rossi quotes

2011-09-09 Thread Axil Axil
If the theory that Rossi uses one of the Mills catalysts as his secret sauce: i.e. lithium and/or potassium, air contamination would form a nitride. This catalyst would act as a getter of nitrogen, the primary constituent of air being around 80% of its volume. More generally, I believe that the

Re: [Vo]:BBC - 'fusion will work' interview....

2011-09-09 Thread Axil Axil
http://www.icenes2011docs.org/sites/default/files/2.0-2.6_Tuesday_May_17/2.3_Fusion_Fission_Hybrids/2.3.3_Kramer_ICENES_2011.pdf details,,,details. This very recent description of the LIFE reactor shows that Dr Ed Moses, director of the National Ignition Facility in California is dishonest in

Re: [Vo]:Rossi e-cat catalyzer, Gamma rays

2011-09-13 Thread Axil Axil
So we need something that ionizises or atomizes the hydrogen molecules, and something that is very unusual for hydride systems. If the Rossi reaction turns out to be centered on highly excited hydrogen atoms... The bumpy surface of a nickel lattice will “field-ionized” the Rydberg atoms in a

Re: [Vo]: science news of interest...

2011-09-23 Thread Axil Axil
I believe that Rydberg blockade is what makes the Rossi reaction go and I think that heavy Rydberg matter dipole shielding of the nickel nuclei allow protons to penetrate the nuclear coulomb barrier of nickel atoms. In Rydberg matter, this dipole shielding goes as the 7th power of the number of

Re: [Vo]:Hypothesis explaining FTL neutrinos

2011-09-24 Thread Axil Axil
rom the experiment done back in 2008 as discussed in this article, quantum information can travel at speeds that exceed 100,000 times C (the speed of light in a vacuum). http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080813/full/news.2008.1038.html The concept of time may not necessary apply to quantum

Re: [Vo]:Hypothesis explaining FTL neutrinos

2011-09-24 Thread Axil Axil
The Mikheyev–Smirnov–Wolfenstein effect (often referred to as the matter effect) is a particle physics process which can act to modify neutrino oscillations in matter. The work by American physicist Lincoln Wolfenstein in 1978 and the work by Soviet physicists Stanislav Mikheyev and Alexei Smirnov

Re: [Vo]:Neutrinos, FTL, and scientific textus receptus

2011-09-24 Thread Axil Axil
but the big thing at the moment is, it seems to me, can it transfer information faster than light in free space. No, only in dense matter, not free space... Best regards, Axil On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 1:30 AM, Kyle Mcallister kyle_mcallis...@yahoo.comwrote: --- On Sat, 9/24/11, Horace

Re: [Vo]:Hypothesis explaining FTL neutrinos

2011-09-25 Thread Axil Axil
as a possible cause. Also there was no opportunity for quantum data transfer to occur via entanglement after muon neutrino creation. These result shoots my aforementioned speculations down and makes the CERN results far more deliciously curious. On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 12:31 AM, Axil Axil janap

Re: [Vo]:Re: Regarding Rossi and NASA (+ some Piantelli news)

2011-09-29 Thread Axil Axil
The failure of one module of the Rossi 1 MW reactor will not cause the entire 1 MW reactor to fail. Its performance will only degrade gracefully. When the core of the module overheats or melts, the surface of the nickel nanopowder will fail before the nanopowder enclosure will fail since the

Re: [Vo]:Oct 6 Test

2011-10-06 Thread Axil Axil
There is no indication that this is the best Rossi can do. I think that want limits the COP of the E-Cat is controllablility. Rossi has been trading off contollability against power density for a long while now over many design iterations. This demo is the “weakest yet” per reactor core

[Vo]:frequency generator

2011-10-07 Thread Axil Axil
Does anybody know if the frequency generator(I am assuming a 50 watt microwave source) was powered and functioning all throughout the self-sustaining phase of the Rossi demo. This seems to be something new in the Rossi design and may be how the self-sustaining mode was engineered.

Re: [Vo]:Look at the BIG PICTURE and you will see this is irrefutable proof

2011-10-11 Thread Axil Axil
The hyperlink to graph 3 is mistakenly pointing to graph 2 I think. On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 2:44 AM, Horace Heffner hheff...@mtaonline.netwrote: On Oct 10, 2011, at 4:57 PM, OrionWorks - Steven Vincent Johnson wrote: Ed Storms said it was ok for me to post the following analysis he made:

Re: [Vo]:Look at the BIG PICTURE and you will see this is irrefutable proof

2011-10-11 Thread Axil Axil
“As already speculated by a few here, Rossi continues to give me the impression that he operates very much on intuition. Recording scientific data is almost incidental to him, a characteristic I suspect probably drives a few of his colleagues to distraction. “ After watching Rossi for some months

Re: [Vo]:Thermocouple extends beyond steel nut?

2011-10-14 Thread Axil Axil
The amount of thinking and detailed engineering detective work that some of our most esteemed members have put forward to makeup for Rossi's ill defined test plan is truly awe inspiring. But my eyes glaze over when I try to get to the heart of the proof of principle that the demo was suppose to

Re: [Vo]:Forcardi in a Bologna TED event

2011-10-14 Thread Axil Axil
Forcardi wanted his time in the sun before he passed forever from the seen. He is starting to get some of the attention he thinks he richly deserves. This need for notoriety about developing the technology of the millennium is what motivated Forcardi to bug Rossi to stage the first e-cat demo.

Re: [Vo]:Steam engines

2011-10-20 Thread Axil Axil
In terms of micro turbines, a good fit for the Rossi reactor would be the supercritical carbon dioxide (S-CO2) Brayton-cycle micro turbines. The supercritical CO2 Brayton cycle provides the same efficiency as helium Brayton systems but at a considerably lower temperature (250-300 C). The S-CO2

Re: [Vo]:Dr. George Miley Replicates Patterson, Names Rossi

2011-10-23 Thread Axil Axil
The key to all this theory is quantum mechanical coherence and entanglement. The people who are developing quantum computers require entangled subatomic particles for their computing elements. They have found that Rydberg matter can do the job at high temperatures. I believe Rydberg matter is what

Re: [Vo]:How to SAFELY make Nickel Nano Powder.

2011-10-23 Thread Axil Axil
Here again, you are forgetting the third element in the Ni-H reaction: that is, the secret catalyst. Rossi has said that Ni and H2 will not react to produce much energy to speak of. The secret catalyst is required. Remember that Rossi started all this when he was experimenting with the Ni

Re: [Vo]:1 MW plant testing is underway.

2011-10-23 Thread Axil Axil
I am currently of the opinion that all the resistance to accepting the possibility of cold fusion is irrational on the part of many. This irrational way of thinking, the reluctance to accept new things, and he emotional disruption of the judgment process may be rooted in the fact that cold fusion

Re: [Vo]:1 MW plant testing is underway.

2011-10-23 Thread Axil Axil
Rothwell jedrothw...@gmail.com wrote: Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com wrote: Having been faced with this clear and growing resistance to cold fusion, early on, Rossi decided that a logical scientific argument was not the best way to present cold fusion to the world. Yes, that is what he said

[Vo]:Rossi’s customer

2011-10-25 Thread Axil Axil
There has been a rumor floated that the US Navy is Rossi’s customer in this week’s upcoming E-Cat trial. This rumor is entirely believable. With the fragmentary background that Rossi has let slip during the last year regarding US government knowledge and participation in the development of the

[Vo]:Re: [Vo]:Re: [Vo]:Rossi’s customer

2011-10-25 Thread Axil Axil
of world beneficence might be reluctantly turned aside. 2011/10/25 Jed Rothwell jedrothw...@gmail.com Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com wrote: There has been a rumor floated that the US Navy is Rossi’s customer in this week’s upcoming E-Cat trial. This rumor is entirely believable. I have

Re: [Vo]:Rossi H and Ni consumption

2011-10-27 Thread Axil Axil
There are some ifs and buts associated with this subject. It has been known for over a hundred years how that hydrogen will defuse through a hot metal enclosure. The rate of diffusion is subject to the temperature and pressure of the hydrogen, together with the exact kind, thickness, and

Re: [Vo]:Rossi's customer

2011-10-27 Thread Axil Axil
There is one perspective that us believers in cold fusion might not understand or not consider operative in the minds of the naysayers. They think that Cold fusion is simply lot of non-sense and that Rossi is just another wacko who is just configured a Robe Goldberg Machine of pipes that mean

Re: [Vo]:Rossi H and Ni consumption

2011-10-27 Thread Axil Axil
:14 AM, Axil Axil wrote: There are some ifs and buts associated with this subject. It has been known for over a hundred years how that hydrogen will defuse through a hot metal enclosure. The rate of diffusion is subject to the temperature and pressure of the hydrogen, together

Re: [Vo]:Vertical farming, urban farming

2011-10-27 Thread Axil Axil
It just struck me that there is a tradeoff relationship between the use of land and energy production. When energy is expensive the use of land and associated food production loss is traded off against bio-fuel production. When energy is very cheap, energy use can be directly traded off for

Re: [Vo]:ideal client -- sekrit

2011-10-29 Thread Axil Axil
I am of the contrarian opinion; for an American, this is the very best of news. If the customer is a military organization (the US Navy), the security apparatus of the associated country (the US) is now available in all its varied and potent forms both known and clandestine to protect the Rossi

Re: [Vo]: Is the ECAT out of the bag?

2011-10-30 Thread Axil Axil
“Dr. Ed Storms, in his book, makes a good point that any theory of the mechanism should explain all of the experimental evidence, not just a convenient subset.” Why does deuterium kill the Rossi Reaction (Ni-H)? Why is high hydrogen pressure required to maintain the Ni-H reaction? Why is

Re: EXTERNAL: Re: [Vo]:Mill's and Lu paper define hydrino as fractional Rydberg

2011-11-01 Thread Axil Axil
I will remind the theorists among us again that Rossi states in his patent that copper can be used as a micro powder material as an alternative to nickel. This implies that the physical and/or chemical properties of Nickel are not critical to the Rossi reaction. Rossi has surveyed many other

Re: [Vo]:Rossi Nickel enrichment : is a liquid-phase Calutron possible?

2011-11-03 Thread Axil Axil
I don't think that as a practical matter electroplating can work to coat the particles of a micro powder but vapor disposition will work. Furthermore, the powder can be made of bulk material, only the nanometer thick secret surface treatment needs to be heavy nickel (Ni62-64). This is not that

Re: [Vo]:Inverted Rydberg Matter

2011-11-06 Thread Axil Axil
*There is a very good chance that both the non-inverted Rydberg matter abbreviated as D(1) and the inverted Rydberg matter abbreviated as D(-1) are both coherent assemblages of around 100 atoms more or less and that the entanglement an coherence of these assemblages are determinative in the way

Re: [Vo]:Focardi 1998 cell replication

2011-11-08 Thread Axil Axil
* * *Hydrogen Ions are protons and are positively charged.* * * * * *The Piantelli theory is based on a quasiparticle: a negative hydrogen ion that acts as an electron in the nucleus of a nickel atom. * * * *In a nutshell according to the the Piantelli theory, the negative hydrogen ion

Re: [Vo]:Control Mechanism

2011-11-09 Thread Axil Axil
*The Rossi reactor has evolved over time and these changes inform how Rossi controls his reactor.* * * *Initially, Rossi had an internal heater whose function it was to produce exotic forms of hydrogen.* * * *It is these little known hydrogen assemblages that make the Rossi reactor work.* * *

Re: [Vo]:Control Mechanism

2011-11-09 Thread Axil Axil
*In detail, the area around and very close to the internal heater produces hydrogen plasma. * Great but why doesn't the heat produced by the reaction itself form more plasma? You are treating one heat different from the other, unless there is some geometry involved? 2011/11/9 Axil Axil janap

Re: [Vo]:Control Mechanism

2011-11-09 Thread Axil Axil
*If memory serves, someone on vortex saw that the internal heater was pulsed from looking at a movie of a scope either in the first or a very early demo.* * * *I would think that an alternating plasma would increase the production of Rydberg matter since RM condenses out of the plasma as the

Re: [Vo]:Physorg comments : new Krivit Crusade

2011-11-11 Thread Axil Axil
/snip/ Additionally it has been disclosed that Rossi and NI have been working together for some time as well as the fact that Rossi had 107 modules working in parallel for 5.5 hours and maintained a very good regulation on the heat output. /snip/ The reactivity of Rossi's reactor is directly

Re: [Vo]:Physorg comments : new Krivit Crusade

2011-11-11 Thread Axil Axil
“Many of his supporters have reviewed the sparse data supplied during his demonstrations and have convinced ourselves that it is real.” There are different levels of SCAM that Rossi can be perpetrating. The one level that I think currently applies to Rossi is the ability of his reactor to

Re: [Vo]:People who will not do their homework do not deserve a response

2011-11-13 Thread Axil Axil
see http://www.new.ans.org/pubs/journals/fst/a_114 On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 7:20 PM, Mary Yugo maryyu...@gmail.com wrote: It's also possible that cold fusion occurs in nature, and through the eons, the copper we see around us is the product of the same reaction. What reaction is that?

Re: [Vo]:NI-H cell replication, some thoughts

2011-11-13 Thread Axil Axil
I will attempt to address this question from Aussie Guy E-Cat: “He would need another naked, so to speak, element heater to boil off the electrons needed to form the H- ions, once they were broken apart from the supplied H2.” I don’t think that this “boiling off” is required. First

Re: [Vo]:Was it ever detected isotopes with medium half lives in transmutations

2011-11-13 Thread Axil Axil
See Reports of tritium production from Rossi-like experiments Jones Beene http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg49057.html On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 11:10 PM, Daniel Rocha danieldi...@gmail.comwrote: Oh! Nice! Would you mind showing a paper with such transmutation? Perhaps an

Re: [Vo]:Oct. 28 demo: 3716 liters of water vaporized

2011-11-13 Thread Axil Axil
Rich Murray: Re: Joshua Cude, can you assess Robert E. Godes, Brillouin Energy Corp. energy claims and theory? Rich Murray 2011.02.27 http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg43133.html You brought up Brillouin Energy Corporation awhile back. You asked for some reaction from

Re: [Vo]:Was it ever detected isotopes with medium half lives in transmutations

2011-11-13 Thread Axil Axil
heavier elements, that should be formed by transmutation of the containing lattice. 2011/11/14 Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com See Reports of tritium production from Rossi-like experiments Jones Beene http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg49057.html On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 11:10

Re: [Vo]: Rossi Deserves Our Gratitude

2011-11-14 Thread Axil Axil
To me, Rossi’s actions are entirely understandable given the nascent state of his invention. In the very early stages of development, a presenter at a sales demo will emphasize what works and try to hide what doesn’t work well. I confess I have done this myself. It is the job of the audience to

Re: [Vo]:a modest proposal

2011-11-14 Thread Axil Axil
You seem to believe that Rossi owes you an explanation. He dislikes you intenslyas a member of the chattering class and will not be affected by your demands for proof. Rossi will cooperate with his cu stomers up to a point. He will remove the veil from his invention just enough to get a customer

Re: [Vo]:Defkalion : first pictures of their lab released.

2011-11-14 Thread Axil Axil
“I have seen nothing to suggest it and I would be careful not to base any decision whatever on it.” Both Rossi and Defkalion are doing their best to keep all the decision making in their own hands and out of the hands of their propagandist detractors. On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 3:33 PM, Mary Yugo

Re: [Vo]: Rossi Deserves Our Gratitude

2011-11-14 Thread Axil Axil
From my perspective gleaned from many months of Rossi watching, Rossi is not attempting to perpetrate a SCAM. If SCAMMING was Rossi’s intent, why would Rossi complicate each and every demo with a new reactor design? No, Rossi wants to perfect his invention through these numerous dog and pony

Re: [Vo]:Nanomagnetism Theory

2011-11-17 Thread Axil Axil
Examining the web's limited oscillon information, it would appear that it is important that the powder not be bound to the side of the reactor as conjectured by others. The powder must remain free and could be located in the center of the reactor as stated on the ecat.com web site. In defense

Re: [Vo]:ECAT site claims thin Ni layer at center of reactor core

2011-11-17 Thread Axil Axil
One indication that speaks against the production of steady state plasma is the pulsed nature of the power fed to the internal heater. The internal heater is most probably made of nichrome. *Nichrome* is a non-magnetic alloy of nickel, chromium, and often iron, usually used as a resistance wire.

Re: [Vo]:Nanomagnetism Theory

2011-11-18 Thread Axil Axil
embarassment, until 1905, when E = MC^2 opened the door to more of REAL a crack -- On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com wrote: Examining the web's limited oscillon information, it would appear that it is important that the powder not be bound to the side of the reactor

[Vo]:Scientists create light from vacuum

2011-11-18 Thread Axil Axil
Scientists create light from vacuum http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-11-scientists-vacuum.html Is this new? this demo of the dynamical Casimir effect was done in the recent past.I remember.

Re: [Vo]:Gain from the cold side

2011-11-18 Thread Axil Axil
I for one forgive Jones for his slight breech of posting etiquette for briefly expressing the understandable frustrations that will eventually bubble up in the trench warfare that surrounds the Rossi issue. But looking beyond the noise, the scientific implications of LENR discoveries could open

Re: [Vo]:Gain from the cold side

2011-11-19 Thread Axil Axil
If cold fusion is ever properly demonstrated, thousands of scientists will want to investigate it just as thousands turned to PF when they made their initial announcement. Excess heat, wet steam, and the other legions of nonsense offered to degrade the term cold fusion are not the issue. At the

Re: [Vo]:Tovima: Defkalion says the catalyst formula is not Rossi's

2011-11-22 Thread Axil Axil
At 02:31 PM 11/21/2011, Mary Yugo wrote: Just out of curiosity, is there anything written about nuclear catalysts other than related to LENR/cold fusion energy generation? I never heard of a nuclear catalyst before Rossi. I've always thought of a catalyst as a substance which changes the rate

Re: [Vo]:Published today in the UK

2011-11-22 Thread Axil Axil
I am starting to see things from your perspective, if you are correct about propagation speed inside a nucleus being faster than C and if this holds true for super atoms of condensed matter then you have a potential force converter where energy supplied by normal propagation limit of C now has an

Re: EXTERNAL: [Vo]:Overview of (Ahern) Vibronic Energy Technologies Approach

2011-11-23 Thread Axil Axil
My intuition tells me that quantum mechanical entanglement is the primary mechanism that underlies what is going on in “Cold Fusion” Cooper pairing of fermions could be one of many ways that nuclear reactions happen in a way that the resultant nuclear energy associated with the relaxation of the

Re: [Vo]:Short report on Kullander's cold fusion lecture

2011-11-23 Thread Axil Axil
I wonder if Rossi will change his tune on testing if Defkalion starts conducting public tests. A little competition is worth a million MYs On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 10:58 PM, Eric Woudenberg e...@woudy.org wrote: Mary Yugo writes: Thanks. ... And did anyone ask what he thinks about

Re: [Vo]:Overview of (Ahern) Vibronic Energy Technologies Approach

2011-11-24 Thread Axil Axil
What I am curious about is whether the reduced radioactivity that Reifenschweiler observed for tritium and heavier nuclei meant that the radioactive decays were actually suppressed, or that the energetic decay products were thermalized in the small monocrystalline particles via some hypothetical

Re: [Vo]:New Youtube videos from SRI features a lecture by McKubre

2011-11-25 Thread Axil Axil
*However Rossi has said in the past that Deuterium kills the reaction.* If the conjecture that coherent entanglement is involved in the LENR reaction, then mixing bosons and fermions will stymie the formation of the associated condensate Nitrogen is known to kill the Ni-H reaction. I will

Re: [Vo]:Piantelli's amazing claims

2011-11-29 Thread Axil Axil
“where one of the two protons fuses, and the other is ejected carrying the energy of the fusion reaction of the first proton.” Could these two protons derive from a cooper pair of protons coming from a Bose-Einstein condensate of entangled protons? On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 3:59 PM,

Re: EXTERNAL: Re: [Vo]:Makup of Ni powder in Hyperion

2011-11-30 Thread Axil Axil
“I think we have to assume it is another gas or becomes gaseous with heating.” I have always believed that the proprietary catalyst under discussion here transforms the hydrogen in the reaction envelope to some exotic hydrogen form; specifically Rydberg matter. This catalyst need not be

Re: [Vo]:Andrea Rossi responds to Defkalion Hyperion technical spec release

2011-12-01 Thread Axil Axil
“*Rossi says he sold 12 more of his so-called plants. How does that* *work without certification? And IIRC they are supposedly going to the* *US where regulation is especially strict.”* *The US military does not necessarily restrict itself when it comes to conformance to any regulatory

Re: [Vo]:Lenard tube or X-Ray tube in Rossi/Defkalion device?

2011-12-01 Thread Axil Axil
The holy grail of the hot fusion folks is to achieve Aneutronic fusion. The (11B + p) reaction is the best example. This sort of fusion produces most of its energy in the form of charged particles rather than neutrons. According to Piantelli, his device produces loads of protons. Most of this

Re: [Vo]:LENR Presentation by Joseph Zawodny, NASA Langley Research Center Edit

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
Mark Iverson-ZeroPoint posted a study on Rydberg matter a few weeks ago which stated that this special form of exotic hydrogen (alkali matter) can amplify quantum mechanical properties of atoms by some 11 orders of magnitude; that is 10 to the 11th power. The Coulomb barrier cannot protect the

Re: [Vo]:LENR Presentation by Joseph Zawodny, NASA Langley Research Center Edit

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
is much more aware of things and ‘sees’ the connections which the conscious mind does not… thus, the light bulb going on seems magical to the conscious mind, but is perfectly clear why to the unconscious mind. ** ** -m ** ** *From:* Axil Axil [mailto:janap...@gmail.com] *Sent

Re: [Vo]: ECAT Triggered by Cosmic Rays?

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
It seems to me that a universal theme in “cold fusion” is a triggering mechanism that releases stored potential energy. In all cases, a “cold fusion” system is a system that is heavily coherent in a quantum mechanical(QM) sense. Potential energy builds up and is stored by these coherent atoms.

Re: [Vo]: ECAT Triggered by Cosmic Rays?

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
I speculate that when a coherent proton who is a member of a large coherent ensemble of protons penetrates the nucleus of a nickel atom, this nickel atom will retain the energy of the nuclear reaction as potential energy. When a thermal phonon that propagates in the nickel lattice perturbs this

Re: [Vo]: ECAT Triggered by Cosmic Rays?

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
that amount of cooperation. Dave -Original Message- From: Axil Axil janap...@gmail.com To: vortex-l vortex-l@eskimo.com Sent: Mon, Dec 5, 2011 3:46 pm Subject: Re: [Vo]: ECAT Triggered by Cosmic Rays? It seems to me that a universal theme in “cold fusion” is a triggering mechanism

[Vo]:Schroedinger's cat and cold fusion

2011-12-05 Thread Axil Axil
On June 7 of 1935, Erwin Schroedinger wrote to Albert Einstein to congratulate him on what is now known as the EPR paper, a famous problem in the interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. Soon thereafter, he published what was to become one of the most celebrated paradoxes in quantum theory: A cat is

Re: [Vo]: Of Rydberg and Radiofrequencies...

2011-12-06 Thread Axil Axil
Is there a connection? There is a connection. The purpose of the RF generator is to maintain Rydberg Matter excitation for as long as possible during the self-sustain mode when the internal heater is shut down. During self-sustain mode no additional Rydberg matter is produced by the internal

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