With all due respect to  various opinions I found (some time back) that the 
judgement of the group of Italian Physicists, including S.  Focardi  etal. very 
informed and likely correct as to the excess heat produced by the Ni-H system.

Bob Cook

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From: Jed Rothwell<mailto:jedrothw...@gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2017 10:48 AM
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Subject: Re: [Vo]:There's the rub ...

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 
metal all around.

With the latest technique described in Appendix A, the Pd is deliberately 
rubbed or plated on to the Ni mesh.

I still wonder if Ni cold fusion even exists. The claims for it seem to 
gradually vanish like a Cheshire cat. In my opinion, the most convincing ones 
are Kitamura et al. and I do not find them all that convincing. Here is the 
most recent one:


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