You noted: “Come to think of it, I do not recall that he has any instruments to
do this. So I suggest you replicate the experiment and do this yourself.”
Thanks for the nice suggestion. I did my first experiments with a spectrometer
in 1958, but do not have the facility to do such testing anymore..
MFMP is In a good position to do the Mizuno replication with a spectrometer.
The fuel preparation seems to be key. I would help fund a good EM spectrum
analyzer for MFM,P if they do not already have access to one.
I am surprised you have not suggested this to Mizuno, given your involvement in
the Mizuno’s efforts over the years.
There must be hundreds of such analyzers in Japan. ‘
I have written a request for information from a researcher knowledgeable in
the field of emission spectroscopy for a suggestion about instruments useful
for evaulating the energy source of the dusty plasma heating described in
the Mizuno report.
From: Jed Rothwell<mailto:jedrothw...@gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2017 6:43 AM
Subject: Re: [Vo]:A preliminary look at Mizuno's air flow calorimetry
Jed noted: “”Mizuno is being 100% open! What more do you want from him?
The EM energy spectrum he saw through his reactor’s window! And any other data
regarding the LENR process.
he knows about.
Have you asked him for this?
Come to think of it, I do not recall that he has any instruments to do this. So
I suggest you replicate the experiment and do this yourself.