Re: [Vo]:Rossi on the Smart Scarecrow Show - RE-SENT

2012-01-16 Thread Alan Fletcher
A longer exposition at
 Question 3 

and in a separate paper (which I hadn't looked at before) : 

By Widom and Larsen: 

Finally, Widom and Larsen propose that heavy SPP patch electrons are 
uniquely able to immediately convert almost any locally produced or 
incident gamma radiation directly into infrared heat energy, thus 
providing a form of built-in gamma shielding for LENR nuclear reactions. 

Re: [Vo]:Rossi on the Smart Scarecrow Show -- RE-SENT

2012-01-16 Thread Alan Fletcher
WL also predict an increase in surface conductivity (decrease in resistance) :

 The number density of heavy electrons on a metallic hydride surface is
 of the order of the number density of surface hydrogen atoms when
 there is a proton or deuteron flux moving through the surface and LENR
 are being neutron catalyzed.
  These added heavy electrons produce an anomalously high surface
 electrical conductivity at the LENR threshold. ***

See Celani's recent stuff:

 Re: [Vo]:Celani to announce a possible marker of anomalous heat
 production in LENR
 Akira Shirakawa
 Thu, 05 Jan 2012 18:09:10 -0800 On 2012-01-06 02:52, Harry Veeder
 In plain language is Celani saying he found the electrical resistance
 of the wire decreases with increasing temperature *if* the wire is
 loaded with hydrogen?
 Exactly, and more importantly that this phenomenon appears to be
 correlated with anomalous heat production (ie successful LENR
 experiments), so potentially materials/samples showing a more
 pronounced transition from a positive to negative temperature
 coefficient of resistance with hydrogen loading are the best ones. If
 confirmed, this would be a significant step forward towards excess
 heat reproducibility.