RE: [Vo]:Large list of Rossi Patents -- Exhibit 29

2017-08-10 Thread JonesBeene
That long list is a little deceiving. For instance, Rossi has only the single granted patent and it is for a heat transfer device. That one is US 9115913b1 and it appears not to be cited … which is ironic for such a long listing since it is the only document that would give any legal

[Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-22 Thread JonesBeene
New Mizuno glow discharge paper http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTpreprintob.pdf Of interest 1) Active electrode is tin amount of palladium deposited on nickel mesh – by simple RUBBING 2) Nickel mesh does not work alone See appendix A on page 26. These details are easy to overlook.

RE: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-22 Thread JonesBeene
Correction “thin” instead of “tin” New Mizuno glow discharge paper http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTpreprintob.pdf Of interest 1) Active electrode is tin amount of palladium deposited on nickel mesh – by simple RUBBING 2) Nickel mesh does not work alone See appendix A on page 26.

[Vo]:This work could be supportive of Holmlid

2017-09-21 Thread JonesBeene
“New evidence for small drops of quark-gluon plasma?” https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170918093032.htm Date: September 18, 2017 Source: Brookhaven National Laboratory Summary: Particles emerging from even the lowest energy collisions of deuterons with heavy nuclei at the

RE: [Vo]:Burger robots to replace burger flippers

2017-09-17 Thread JonesBeene
Ah yes, but there is a small downside to “cost efficient” and “reliable” – Here is the “iMom”, possibly the successor to Alexa, coming to Amazon real soon … once a few bugs get worked out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hSPKsBZkME You may never want to order chicken again From: Axil Axil

RE: [Vo]:Grand theory of Philippe Hatt

2017-10-06 Thread JonesBeene
rks.  The basis for the three generations of matter is particularly poorly understood, so if this approach provides an insight then that would be useful.   On an initial skim through I have not spotted any obvious leads Nigel JonesBeene wrote:   This theory will not appeal to everyone but it

RE: [Vo]:Grand theory of Philippe Hatt

2017-10-06 Thread JonesBeene
.     Bob Cook From: JonesBeene >From the strange coincidences department: I was going to recommend another interesting GUT-type of theory (that of William L Stubbs) where simple logic takes the place of complex mathematics… and lo and behold, most of the former links have gone c

[Vo]:Is this the rediscovery of Shoulder's EVO ?

2017-10-07 Thread JonesBeene
https://phys.org/news/2017-10-electron-behaviour-extreme-conditions.html

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

2017-10-08 Thread JonesBeene
I was looking on YT for visualizations of pilot wave dynamics which might help explain the EM drive specifically. That may be too much to ask for. Often this type of wave interaction experiment is done on silicon oil – using water beads which display QM characteristics when audio waves are

[Vo]:Nickel augmented mass extinction?

2017-10-04 Thread JonesBeene
The main evidence for the culprit behind the most recent mass extinction 65 mya is a sediment layer rich in the element iridium, which essentially blankets much of the planet. Earlier extinction events probably had different causes (than an asteroid which had iridium as a minor component). The

[Vo]:Electrek for the EV enthusiast

2017-10-09 Thread JonesBeene
Eye candy “electric-everything” website that seems to have no end. https://electrek.co/ Amazing visuals of wind, solar, hydro and hopefully one day – LENR You could waste several days scrolling on this one especially with 4k. Not sure why it seems to be based in Colombia…

[Vo]:An ideal implementation of self-driving vehicle - the robotic fireman

2017-10-15 Thread JonesBeene
Recent devastating wildfires in California – with negative economic impact (and death toll) about half of Hurricanes Harvey– brings to mind a near-term suggestion that could have been implemented already. This would be the self-driving fire truck and/or the robotic water cannon. Actually

[Vo]:Grand theory of Philippe Hatt

2017-10-05 Thread JonesBeene
This theory will not appeal to everyone but it has attractive features which “tend to grow on you”. Thumbs up from me. http://philippehatt.com/ http://philippehatt.com/document1.pdf The author (like Peter Gluck and Cervantes) is quite fond of, and skilled at neology – making-up new English

[Vo]:Sunspots, hurricanes and dense hydrogen

2017-09-08 Thread JonesBeene
Periodically, the cross connection between abnormal solar activity and hurricanes is mentioned in the ALT-SCI press. https://www.inverse.com/article/36183-solar-flare-hurricane-irma Of course this year is no exception as the strongest storm in a decade and the strongest solar flares in the

[Vo]:Another casualty of Rossigate?

2017-09-09 Thread JonesBeene
http://ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it/2017/09/08/fuf-rip/ Sent from Mail for Windows 10

RE: [Vo]:Another casualty of Rossigate?

2017-09-09 Thread JonesBeene
http://ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it/2017/09/08/fuf-rip/ BTW – here is Etiam’s patent filing, present status unknown due to the company’s demise. https://www.google.com/patents/US20150162104 It mentions both Rossi and Holmlid but is a different take. There could be value there.

RE: [Vo]:Another casualty of Rossigate?

2017-09-09 Thread JonesBeene
find funding for the development of disruptive technology" But rather than credit Rossi with finding funding you blame him for others failing to do so. -Original Message----- From: JonesBeene   http://ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it/2017/09/08/fuf-rip/   BTW – here is Etiam’s pat

RE: [Vo]:The lights are going out all over Georgia . . .

2017-09-11 Thread JonesBeene
It makes sense that in the near future, the electronics for all plug-ins and hybrids be redesigned to work both ways seamlessly – to power the house if needed using the same cable that provides battery charge. This makes the most sense with fuel cells and Honda already has a product for this in

RE: [Vo]:The lights are going out all over Georgia . . .

2017-09-11 Thread JonesBeene
From: ChemE Stewart We can build nuclear bombs but can't keep the lights on when a storm moves through. -- Yeah… but to put that failure into perspective, mother-nature builds her own bombs and blasted us with a preemptive strike. Irma had the power of a 60

RE: [Vo]: f13C or faux13C

2017-09-05 Thread JonesBeene
Interesting comments here, thanks. I do believe that NMR is the way to go for easiest and most reliable detection, especially with carbon. Pure carbon should have only one peak – 13C. Nothing else. Basically there would be two kinds of carbon to test – old and young. Old carbon as defined

[Vo]:Magnetic experiment in progress

2017-09-12 Thread JonesBeene
Mother Nature has positioned all of us within a gigantic solar/magnetic experiment – a work in progress https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/active-region-on-sun-continues-to-emit-solar-flares If there are recurring weather or earthquake anomalies today or tomorrow, even though Irma has

RE: [Vo]:Magnetic experiment in progress

2017-09-12 Thread JonesBeene
From: Bob Higgins Interestingly the magnetic field polarity of the sun goes through massive reversal every 11 years.  This would seem to heat the crap out of Mercury.  Some cycles it would seem that the magnetic field of the sun would add to that of the Earth and the next cycle detract from

RE: [Vo]:Have Cavitation Energy Systems stumbled on a novel formofLENR?

2017-09-26 Thread JonesBeene
Not sure if the video was mentioned earlier https://youtu.be/VUH5WuUmJ2k?t=158

[Vo]:Fuel injectors, cavitation, and efficiency

2017-09-28 Thread JonesBeene
The history/science of efficient fuel combustion in the ICE is almost completely understood, right? Any previously unknown gain in efficiency would be a surprise. However, “cavitation” in the sense of a mechanism for a net energy gain –is one feature/parameter which is not well understood.

RE: [Vo]:Have Cavitation Energy Systems stumbled on a novel formofLENR?

2017-09-26 Thread JonesBeene
From: Brian Ahern If you believe in MiB, then it is axiomatic that you believe in UFO conspiracies as well. Unfortunately this leaves you blind to scams by experts Rossi, Papp, Mills etc - Oh shucks, you mean to say the MIB aren’t reporting back to UFOs? Then they must be T-men G-men or

RE: [Vo]:This work could be supportive of Holmlid

2017-09-29 Thread JonesBeene
From: bobcook39...@hotmail.com You mentioned the effect of salt in the cavitation tests. Could you identify the source. -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUH5WuUmJ2k=youtu.be=158 It looks like two threads are conflated. The salt test could support Holmlid however, if

RE: [Vo]:Have Cavitation Energy Systems stumbled on a novelformofLENR?

2017-09-29 Thread JonesBeene
From: bobcook39...@hotmail.com Jones- I though the miracle was wine-to-pee not wine-to-water. Bob, LOL, I just performed that miracle and plan to repeat it several more times today… TGIF

RE: [Vo]:Have Cavitation Energy Systems stumbled on a novel form ofLENR?

2017-09-29 Thread JonesBeene
Chris Zell wrote: Papp in particular, seemed to have something.  The Feynman incident suggests to me that there was something real about his claims. It is frustrating to me why intelligent observers continue to think that the Feynman incident (tragedy) points to something real in alternative

RE: [Vo]:Have Cavitation Energy Systems stumbled on a novelformofLENR?

2017-09-28 Thread JonesBeene
Thank you for trying to bring the thread back on topic.  I had not heard of the pistol shrimp until I watched the video Nigel JonesBeene wrote:   Not sure if the video was mentioned earlier   https://youtu.be/VUH5WuUmJ2k?t=158 The pistol shrimp are popular in Florida and Texas  Having

RE: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-23 Thread JonesBeene
To clarify: ➢ …But why not run pure hydrogen against pure deuterium, since there is less chance of fouling the D2 side, by using the other reactor? The results would be most informative since we know that nickel alone does not work with deuterium. A natural suspicion is that nickel is taking

RE: [Vo]:First New Thorium Salt Reactor in 40 Years Comes Online

2017-08-24 Thread JonesBeene
From: Axil Axil … The thorium blanket would shield and absorb the muons produced by the LENR reaction and no radioactive byproducts or fissile material would result. As I have posted several times recently in light of Holmlid’s claims – it seems possible to combine fission and LENR in a

RE: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-25 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jed Rothwell... ➢ This is just my opinion but . . . I suspect Pd is the active material in these experiments, and it always has been. Both Pd and Ni were sputtered all over the place in the old reactor, with glow discharge. It has a large display of plasma, which I suppose is sputtering

[Vo]:Mizuno and UDH

2017-08-26 Thread JonesBeene
In the neglected but provocative paper entitled “Anomalous Heat Generation during Hydrogenation of Carbon (Phenanthrene)” by T. Mizuno - he states: “When phenanthrene (a heavy oil fraction) is subjected to high pressure and heat in a reactor with a metal catalyzer, it produces a markedly

RE: [Vo]:f13C or faux13C

2017-08-27 Thread JonesBeene
Hi Bob, Thanks for your analysis and let me clear up one detail. I did not make it clear enough that I am not suggesting the Holmlid version, nor the Mills version, nor the Miley version of dense hydrogen - but a composite, where the charged UDH- is a negative particle (aka hydrino hydride)

[Vo]:f13C or faux13C

2017-08-27 Thread JonesBeene
Here is a premise which may be worth consideration, even if the evidence for it is not yet certain and the details are fluid. After all, this is vortex – not Fusion Technology… plus… the proposition is falsifiable, should it gather any traction. The premise involves the isotope carbon-13 and

RE: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-23 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jed Rothwell I am supposed to get some sample data to go along with this. It is not here yet. In the mean time … Many of us may have a wish list and perhaps if enough interest is shown – someone may try to replicate this soon. For instance, the inclusion of a calibration reactor is

RE: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

2017-08-25 Thread JonesBeene
From: bobcook39...@hotmail.com The Mizuno and Rossi effects may only be second cousins, since D is used in one and H in the other.  thought to be the ash in Mizuno’s and transmutation of Ni plus a little He the ash in Rossi’s. From: Adrian Ashfield Considering the Conservation of Miracles

RE: [Vo]:Gamma radiation from proton-proton fusion

2017-08-31 Thread JonesBeene
Proton-proton fusion is of such low probability that it is almost a waste of time to think that it has relevance in the real world, despite the mainstream view. We see gamma radiation in stars with or without fusion (even Jupiter and the gas giants have lots of gamma emission) but this usually

[Vo]:RE: f13C or faux13C

2017-09-04 Thread JonesBeene
In prior thread, the premise was suggested that there are two different species (allotropes) of carbon which are being called carbon-13. One of the two species is the normal isotope with 7 neutrons, but the second is carbon-12 with a deeply embedded proton of UDH (the ultra-dense hydrogen) of

RE: [Vo]:RE: f13C or faux13C

2017-09-04 Thread JonesBeene
Here is a detail which came up earlier – the embedded proton concept works best in the context of the Mills’ “hydrino hydride” where the proton and two very tight electrons combine into a stable ion which replaces carbon’s innermost orbital electron. The innermost orbital of carbon would need

RE: [Vo]:Rossi's imaginary company folds

2017-08-31 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jed Rothwell Rossi's imaginary company, J.M. Products, has folded its imaginary tent and vanished in the night:

[Vo]:The billion dollar scam at ITER

2017-10-07 Thread JonesBeene
Thanks to Steve Krivit for another round of excellent journalism uncovering the gigantic scam being perpetrated by the hot fusion oligarchy http://news.newenergytimes.net/2017/10/06/the-iter-power-amplification-myth/

[Vo]:Magnetic Spin Vortex

2017-10-17 Thread JonesBeene
Quantum spin (nanometer level and below) is always in motion, and the anomaly would be lack of motion - yet at the micro-level self-generated spin as angular momentum would imply “perpetual motion” if it were a reproducible and “harvestable” phenomenon. Is there a middle ground? There are a

RE: [Vo]:dark matter update--Mills' hydrinoes are a good bet

2017-11-15 Thread JonesBeene
Whoever provided the subject heading for this thread must have learned to spell from Dan Quayle (former VP)… big grin. One a slightly more serious not - interesting News from BLP turned up on another forum… https://jobs.physicstoday.org/jobs/10412104/lead-mechanical-engineer This is a job

RE: [Vo]:dark matter update--Mills' hydrinoes are a good bet

2017-11-15 Thread JonesBeene
From: mix...@bigpond.com ➢ Are you sure that they ever had anyone in such a position? I would be shocked if BLP has not employed a high level mechanical engineer on the Sun Cell, given their enormous funding level and the needs of the project. He may not have the exact title “Lead Mechanical

[Vo]:Eat your heart out EEStor

2017-11-28 Thread JonesBeene
Years ago, many of us on Vortex followed the unfolding story of EEStor. Another bummer. The made amazing claims for Ultracapitors that were better than the best lithium batteries in every respect. Then they crashed and burned… although they are apparently still in business. Their BaTiO

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

2017-11-25 Thread JonesBeene
://arxiv.org/pdf/1609.06301.pdf Jack On Sat, Nov 25, 2017 at 6:23 PM JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote:   From: Jack Cole     https://www.sciencealert.com/graphene-levy-flights-limitless-power-future-electronic-devices   The abstract here reads very different from the article above and d

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

2017-11-25 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jack Cole https://www.sciencealert.com/graphene-levy-flights-limitless-power-future-electronic-devices The abstract here reads very different from the article above and doesn’t mention limitless energy https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.126801 Where is the

[Vo]:On this date in ...

2017-11-23 Thread JonesBeene
Thanksgiving was once a thankful time. On this date in 1993 Piantelli and Focardi had just performed what was the World’s first successful long-term Ni-H gas phase LENR experiment. The prior work of Mills is not nuclear, according to him. The Thermacore meltdown happened in 1996. No

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-11-30 Thread JonesBeene
to the data.  You and I should take it as a presumed null experiment since there was inadequate data shared to show any XE. JonesBeene wrote: ➢ The most important Euro Patent from Dardik, El-Boher et al entitled "Pulsed low energy nuclear reaction power generators" EP 1656678 B1 with a

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-11-30 Thread JonesBeene
since there was inadequate data shared to show any XE. JonesBeene wrote: ➢ The most important Euro Patent from Dardik, El-Boher et al entitled "Pulsed low energy nuclear reaction power generators" EP 1656678 B1 with a grant date of 2004. This is also known as the "superwave" p

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

2017-11-26 Thread JonesBeene
In reply to Jack Cole's message: >I found a link to the full paper. Maybe that will help us understand more.. > >https://arxiv.org/pdf/1609.06301.pdf Another case of researchers not doing their homework. The discovery of nanodrumming goes back to 2008

RE: [Vo]:Ross E-Cat QX demo Nove 24

2017-11-25 Thread JonesBeene
Video of demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkj-7whwpUk Funny that few comments are coming out on this - other than from Mats, who would benefit if this demo meant anything positive. In fact, it is not a demo in any real sense … it is disappointing theatre to all but the

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-11-30 Thread JonesBeene
“We may agree that the demo is crazy but is it crazy enough to have a chance of being correct ?” Ha - ‘Bohring’ as it may sound, that may be a decent summation of the current situation, but so is the observation that at least 60 watts electrical is going in from the wall and only 50 watts

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-11-29 Thread JonesBeene
From: Nigel Dyer ➢ There must be some fascinating psychology at work.  I assume that it has a syndrome name. If not then I am sure we could give it one. Agreed. There is Borderline Personality Disorder" (BPD) and check out the old Essay on the Leviton lie, from our mystery moderator Bill

RE: [Vo]:Breakthroughs in Laser Fusion Gives Billion TimesImprovement In Yield

2017-12-16 Thread JonesBeene
From: mix...@bigpond.com ➢ What bothered me most, is that the device is a "one shot", IOW it gets destroyed and replaced with each reaction. Now I haven't run the numbers, but intuitively I suspect that the cost of the little device is going to exceed the monetary value of the energy produced in

[Vo]:Breakthroughs in Laser Fusion Gives Billion Times Improvement In Yield

2017-12-15 Thread JonesBeene
A Billion Times Improvement In yield is indeed a game changer. A back door to boron-hydrogen fusion is found ! This could be huge - really HUGE - in that it opens up a non-thermal compression route and a low loss method for fusion using fast laser pulses - which does not produce many

RE: [Vo]:Breakthroughs in Laser Fusion Gives Billion Times Improvement In Yield

2017-12-15 Thread JonesBeene
Here is Holmlid’s patent application -- which is easily amenable to hydrogen boron fusion https://www.google.com/patents/EP2680271A1?cl=en Imagine collecting the dense hydrogen on a substrate of boron, which then becomes the target for a laser pulse – or double pulse. Holmlid suggests the

RE: [Vo]:Breakthroughs in Laser Fusion Gives Billion TimesImprovement In Yield

2017-12-15 Thread JonesBeene
From: Axil Axil ➢ But Holmlid get a high energy reaction from excitation from a very low powered laser. A petawatt laser is extreme overkill. Yes - but the problem with the Holmlid approach (if we take his claims at face value) is that the output energy is largely in the form of muons.

RE: [Vo]:Breakthroughs in Laser Fusion Gives Billion TimesImprovement In Yield

2017-12-15 Thread JonesBeene
From: Axil Axil ➢ But Holmlid get a high energy reaction from excitation from a very low powered laser. A petawatt laser is extreme overkill. Yes - but the problem with the Holmlid approach (if we take his claims at face value) is that the output energy is largely in the form of muons.

[Vo]:Kedron Energy MagMo

2017-11-16 Thread JonesBeene
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/kedron-energy-demonstrates-a-new-discovery-to-produce-a-motor-driven-by-permanent-magnets-alone-300545369.html This is suspicious on the surface, but apparently not a scam. BTW – I am 100% certain that another Magmo has run under self-power for about an

[Vo]:RE: UDH, wimps, and dark matter

2017-11-10 Thread JonesBeene
Another curious thought: The neutron star. Could these fairly well-known objects be composed of UDH, instead of neutrons? The concept of UDH was not around when these objects were first studied and named and of course no one has ever been close to one- or even done an experiment which

RE: [Vo]:IBM Raises the Bar with a 50-Qubit Quantum Computer

2017-11-10 Thread JonesBeene
Hey Mark, Will it be able to figure out the secret to LENR ?? I guess it will have about 90 microseconds to do it From: Mark Jurich https://www.technologyreview.com/s/609451/ibm-raises-the-bar-with-a-50-qubit-quantum-computer/

[Vo]:Krivit 1 ITER 0

2017-11-13 Thread JonesBeene
Krivit nailed ITER with charges of perpetrating active fraud to the public. In the face of the facts they have made a few changes (not enough) which is an embarrassment to the vocal supporters of this fraud - who immediately tried to slime Krivit.

RE: [Vo]:Claim: Hydrogen powered cars for the masses one step closer to reality

2017-11-20 Thread JonesBeene
From: Kevin O'Malley Claim: Hydrogen powered cars for the masses one step closer to reality| 8/20/17 | Anthony Watts ➢ https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/11/20/claim-hydrogen-powered-cars-for-the-masses-one-step-closer-to-reality/ The first comment below this article exposes the main problem:

RE: [Vo]:Another opportunity for Rossi to disappoint

2017-11-19 Thread JonesBeene
Brian -I think you will be wrong – in a way. And right in a way. When you look at the possibility of any good inventor showing an energy anomaly with nickel and hydrogen, there is already a high likelihood that it is possible. It has been done many times. Look at the inventors and

RE: [Vo]:Another opportunity for Rossi to disappoint

2017-11-19 Thread JonesBeene
To put the upcoming demo (less than a week away) into perspective - evaluating the impact of being able to demonstrate an energy anomaly with nickel and hydrogen, there is already a sense that it is almost expected. It has happened many times over the years. Look at the sheer number of

RE: [Vo]:Another opportunity for Rossi to disappoint

2017-11-20 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jed Rothwell ➢ Both Patterson and Mizuno reported heat from a mixture of Ni and Pd, which I assume can be ascribed to the Pd. Why would you assume that Mizuno’s Clean Planet results can be ascribed to Pd? He clearly states the large area of nickel mesh is the fusion catalyst. About 20

RE: [Vo]:J. Condensed Matter Nuclear Science Vol. 25 uploaded

2017-11-21 Thread JonesBeene
From: Jed Rothwell See: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedx.pdf There is an interesting paper by Accomazzi on binuclear hydrogen (hydrogen-like helium) which Bob Cook and anyone looking for a proton-paring scenario can appreciate. Together with Mills and Holmlid, this is

RE: [Vo]:Kedron Energy MagMo

2017-11-16 Thread JonesBeene
From: Dave Jones, did you see evidence that the amount of energy that could be extracted would exceed the amount stored within the permanent magnets?  Also, where did the inventor think the excess energy originated from? Dave No. That has not been proved and it is easy to fool oneself as this

RE: [Vo]:Kedron Energy MagMo

2017-11-16 Thread JonesBeene
Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: JonesBeene Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2017 3:53 PM To: Dave Subject: RE: [Vo]:Kedron Energy MagMo Dave - Even without superconductors, there could a niche for a hybrid electric/PM motor which could use the Kedron principle with electromagnets added

[Vo]:Re: Emergent dynamic chirality in a magnetic spin ratchet

2017-11-03 Thread JonesBeene
The tip of the iceberg which is threatening to sink the Titanic, so to speak https://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/v16/n11/full/nmat5007.html A study published in the journal Nature-Materials from a team at the University of Exeter, UK describes a magnetic system capable of extracting energy

RE: [Vo]:Gravity helps overcome Coulomb barrier with 223 ev kineticenergy for H ion

2017-11-06 Thread JonesBeene
This is a local company to me - and I would be more excited about them if they weren’t more secretive and made more sense. They do have good credentials, but not so good as far as the theory of operation goes. Having a patent means nothing - and I’m not buying the two kinds of gravity

[Vo]:UDH, wimps, and dark matter

2017-11-09 Thread JonesBeene
Recently there have been a flurry of News articles about the lack of success in finding DM - but the favored candidate is still the WIMP AFAIK there is no satisfactory definition for WIMPS {after all they are dark and hard to observe} other than 1) Weakly interacting to an extreme but massive

RE: [Vo]:UDH, wimps, and dark matter

2017-11-09 Thread JonesBeene
for it. OTOH the only way I can rationalize Hotson’s epo field is as a fractal, and I think there is some similarity. From: Bob Higgins But why would such large particles be weakly interacting? JonesBeene wrote: Recently there have been a flurry of News articles about the lack of success

[Vo]:No, Melting Quarks Will Never Work

2017-11-08 Thread JonesBeene
“No, Melting Quarks Will Never Work As An Energy Source” This is from Forbes – not Fusion Technology, but it is hard to argue with it. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2017/11/08/no-melting-quarks-will-never-work-as-an-energy-source/#f23d01922327 However, there are other similar

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-12-02 Thread JonesBeene
I should have mentioned that another wrinkle on superwaves could employ light waves - the so-called Letts-Cravens effect where laser irradiation of two lasers impinge on a loaded lattice. AFAIK – Holmlid has always used only one laser. Perhaps he should superwave it ? Another wrinkle would

RE: [Vo]:Rossi dog & pony show with full audio

2017-12-02 Thread JonesBeene
Why superwaves? A known mechanism for wave amplification in rigid structures is called “energy localization” which can be a feature of nanoscale packing of hydrogen in a lattice. When stimulated with two waveforms at different frequencies, a paradigm shift can be engineered on the

[Vo]:When the experts weigh in on real High Technology - BEWARE

2017-12-12 Thread JonesBeene
Despite the alarms we constantly hear, the risk of high level interference with advanced technology (even LENR) is not huge – at least due to competitors in the energy sector. The problem is that most overlooked technology simply DOES NOT work except in the mind of a delusional inventor. If

RE: [Vo]:When the experts weigh in on real High Technology - BEWARE

2017-12-12 Thread JonesBeene
Looks like the previous post has smoked out the paradigm for "delusional inventor” … as if we needed more proof. ➢ For every delusional inventor there are an unlimited and unfettered number of delusional self-serving pundits

RE: [Vo]:Phonon–Nuclear Coupling

2017-10-29 Thread JonesBeene
Robin, Yes it is clear that Meyer got the theory wrong - and possibly most of the data. Other features of the experiment are interesting in a historical context. I can find no claimed replication online. The significance of his experiment today is mostly in relationship to the more recent

[Vo]:A new effect in electromagnetism discovered – 150 years from Maxwell

2017-10-24 Thread JonesBeene
What can be done with the discovery - Is it demonizable? Maxwell equations have been known for 150 years. Yet IBM recently discovered a hidden field gradient. It is a previously unknown confinement effect named the "camelback effect" between a system of transverse dipoles. When the length of

RE: [Vo]:Phonon–Nuclear Coupling

2017-10-29 Thread JonesBeene
The Mossbauer effect has been mentioned in many past LERN experiments where gain is seen -- but in a nebulous way. In fact nickel as well as iron has a Mossbauer isotope (61 Ni) Despite the association of heat with gamma radiation of any kind, when a thermal anomaly is seen with iron it is

RE: [Vo]:Phonon–Nuclear Coupling

2017-10-30 Thread JonesBeene
felt that it was very clever and appeared to show some very interesting coherent energy conversion phenomena, but there did not appear to be any evidence of LENR Nigel JonesBeene wrote: Hi Robin   The neutron “hopping” modality is indeed one way that gain could happen.   In fact you are probably

[Vo]:The Allam Cycle for burning lignite

2018-04-28 Thread JonesBeene
The latest (and only useful) technology to use dirty coal is the Allam cycle – which uses supercritical CO2 and carbon capture. China will be the main customer. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S187661021731932X China has more deaths per year attributable to dirty coal than

RE: [Vo]:Meshugganons

2018-05-05 Thread JonesBeene
I’m jumping into this thread a bit late but the concept of a “mystery” radiation or particle is intriguing, especially in the context of Holmlid’s muons. (which as Bob Higgins sez are unlikely to be muons). Could Holmlid be seeing something else instead of muons (mesons, pions, kaons, etc) ?

[Vo]:Visual evidence of dense hydrogen

2018-05-15 Thread JonesBeene
This video is (reputedly) what dense hydrogen looks like, in response to a strong magnet – https://youtu.be/Epenv-PPLJM Somewhat mind boggling, shall we say. If not dense hydrogen, it is unclear what else the ghostly filaments could be. Apparently it is paramagnetic and possibly

[Vo]:Fast company in Fresno

2018-05-20 Thread JonesBeene
The following table gives the speed of sound in selected solids. Most types of glass and ceramic have a speed of sound of about 5000 meters per second. In air it is about 340 m/sec which is 767 mph. Diamond 12000 Pyrex glass 5640 Iron 5130 Aluminum 5100 Brass 4700 Copper 3560 Gold 3240

RE: [Vo]:Fast company in Fresno

2018-05-20 Thread JonesBeene
Another prior device comes to mind – the Qu-tube. Still a mystery. The test below showed a sample to conduct heat up to 30,000 times better than copper http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20080009660_2008009120.pdf … thus the Qu-tube is said to be a superconductor of heat.

RE: [Vo]:Fast company in Fresno

2018-05-20 Thread JonesBeene
From: Bob Higgins One of the things I will mention in my presentation at ICCF-21 next month is detection of a non-Fourier heat transfer mode in thermal modeling work I did for a calorimeter.  Interestingly, Piantelli implicates such a mode as stimulus of LENR in his Ni rod experiments.

RE: [Vo]:Fast company in Fresno

2018-05-20 Thread JonesBeene
According to the ORNL paper, which may not be related to this - the propagation wave does not consist of conduction band electrons but “phasons” which is a much heavier particulate, like a phonon but also much faster. Wouldn’t it be interesting if potassium ferrite was such ceramic? That

Re: [Vo]:Visual evidence of dense hydrogen

2018-05-16 Thread JonesBeene
. The polaritons are the source of the magnetism that binds the nanoparticles togither. The SunCell uses this smoke to form a dusty plasma that can produce a self sustaining LENR reaction. JonesBeene wrote:  This video is (reputedly) what dense hydrogen looks like, in response to a strong magnet

RE: [Vo]:The role of the plasmoid in LENR

2018-05-25 Thread JonesBeene
From: Axil Axil ➢ How many fusion reactions of 3 Mev produce that 20 megawatt burst? Hmmm… looks like single fusion reaction would be sufficient for a very short burst. You did not specify a pulse length. Chirped laser pulses reach the attosecond range of time. A Coulomb of charge

[Vo]:Argonium (argon hydride) is ubiquitous in Space

2018-05-18 Thread JonesBeene
Argon hydride or ArH (which is unstable on earth) is called “argonium” in cosmology. It is common despite argon being supposedly ‘inert’. At least in interstellar space, the widespread presence of argonium proves that argon is not inert under the proper conditions, and preferentially binds

RE: [Vo]:The PP fusion reaction in LENR

2018-05-23 Thread JonesBeene
Without getting too Clintonesque, the resolution to any disagreement here most likely depends on the meaning of “exist”… (or what is ‘is’)... If the lifetime is sufficiently short, then either stance is viable. A ‘meme’ exists for quarks, which if nothing else, guarantees (almost) eternal

RE: [Vo]:All ICCF-21 Abstracts in one document

2018-06-14 Thread JonesBeene
BTW – here are some numbers suggesting why there was no radiation signature from the Pons cathode when it was producing excess heat from cold fusion. A. Mass of palladium-105 104.905 MeV B. Mass of deuteron 2.014 MeV C. Mass of silver-107 106.905 MeV Excess

RE: [Vo]:All ICCF-21 Abstracts in one document

2018-06-14 Thread JonesBeene
As a point of historical reference, a cursory search was done wrt the isotope Pd-105 and its relevance to cold fusion, which turns up many hits including a very old and very provocative detail (patent application) – which only now is coming to light via the Biberian disclosure. AFAIK this

RE: [Vo]:All ICCF-21 Abstracts in one document

2018-06-14 Thread JonesBeene
Oops again. Where is Robin when we need him? . A. Mass of palladium-105 104.905 amu B. Mass of deuteron 2.014 amu C. Mass of silver-107  106.905 amu Excess mass of fusion of A and B   14 amu or about 13 MeV

RE: [Vo]:All ICCF-21 Abstracts in one document

2018-06-14 Thread JonesBeene
well. At any rate, by the standard of “conservation of miracles” there are still two miracles required so no help from 105. From: JonesBeene {these numbers have been corrected} BTW – here are some numbers suggesting why there was no radiation signature from the Pons cathode when it was producing e

RE: [Vo]:Beiting paper at ICCF-21

2018-06-06 Thread JonesBeene
For anyone not familiar with the Aerospace Corporation http://www.aerospace.org/about-us/history/ … they are the crème-de-la-crème of official Pentagon R insofar as aerospace in general, is concerned. I doubt that it is any accident that Garwin appears early-on. It would surprise no one to

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