Yes, all good reasons to carefully consider the safety of such an experiment.
On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 8:52 PM Jones Beene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > Now that you mention it, and realizing how enticing/dangerous it would be > to a certain segment of the population, the hope is that no one gets hurt > trying it. > > We have seen crazy stunts with thermite and other energetic materials on > YouTube. In a worst case, we are talking about something which could be > far more energetic than thermite. Yikes. > > *From:* Jack Cole > > Very interesting account. I have occasionally had the fantasy of > modifying a pressure cooker, adding 10 pounds of nickel powder, and adding > hydrogen (after degassing). > > Most observers of the LENR/nickel hydride scene are unaware of the details > of the Thermacore, Inc. runaway reaction back in 1996. > > Unfortunately, this was the last effort that this company made in the > field, and the main reason that they dropped LENR >