See what can be done at the nano-scale to evaluate electric and magnetic field 

Bob Cook

From: Stephen Cooke<>
Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2017 3:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Vo]:Info about the fuel me356 uses in his reactor.

Hi Bob, Axil, Nick etc

Over on ECW Me356 made a very interesting reply to me that I think you might 
find interesting.

I was asking about the materials in first pictures he sent but his reply gives 
some interesting details:

Interestingly he says that brighter components are from heavier atoms and even 
more interestingly that heavier are at the end of those tracks and lighter 
atoms at the beginning.

I also had some thoughts about what might cause this, I'm quite curious what 
you think.

Just some thoughts going through my mind right now:

I wonder if those tracks compositions are arranged like that due to some kind 
of sorting of elrements in an electric or magnetic field or if they are due to 
some kind of transmutation.

If it is sorting it is strange they form tracks and that the light elements are 
at the beginning and  heavier elements are at the end of the tracks I would 
expect the heavier ones to be deposited first. Although I suppose the degree of 
ionization would also play some role. On the other hand the tracks seem aligned 
to some degree which might imply some kind of field I suppose.

If it's transmutations that's really amazing but I suppose it could be found if 
unusual elements or isotopes are present.

I wonder if there is some kind of transmuting agent along The lines Axil 
suggests or Bobs charge clusters or Some kind of dense Hydrogen if it is 
initially traveling at speed then slowing down if it would have stronger 
transmutation affects locally at slower speeds hence leading to heavier atoms 
towards the end of the tracks.

One strange thing I noticed is that it seems that the apparent branching in 
those patterned tracks are very often at close to 90 degrees even the smaller 
patterns seem to show this effect. It almost seems to me they need to be 
orthogonal. Could this tell us about something about the physical process... is 
it implying spinning particles or something that need to be orthogonal to not 
interfere with each other or some other vector property that has to be 
orthogonal ? Or could it be an artifact of stresses in the carbon tape.

I wonder if he was also able to look at the composition of the spikes in the 
later picture. Its interesting he attached them in reply to Axil after Axil was 
talking about UDH but would such material show up in these images. On the other 
hand can Nickel crystals form sharp spikes like this? very curious.i would live 
to see their composition. At least if conductive I wonder if the affect the EM 
environment strongly especially in a glow discharge.

Nick's images of marks on wood look intriguing to me too it's a good approach I 
think to look for analogues.

Sent from my iPhone

On 16 Sep 2017, at 04:50, Bob Higgins 
<<>> wrote:
The photos of ME356's fuel are fascinating.  I don't know what to make of the 
fractal growth on the carbon sticky tape.  I would love to see an EDS of the 
fractal growth.  Ni crystals do tend to grow when there is sufficient heat and 
in the absence of oxygen, but the Ni crystals are normally spiky spears (as is 
seen in some of the photos).  I can't believe that the fractal growth is 
metallic hydrogen - just too far fetched Axil.
I can speculate about what ME356 does to prepare his fuel.  Here are a few 

  *   The fuel is Ni or Ni alloy wire wound into a coil shape that will fit 
into a reactor tube.

  *   From what we have seen, it doesn't seem like ME356's reactor runs a 
current through this coil - it is possible, but it is risks short term burnout 
limiting the life of the reactor.  My guess is that it is just a coiled up wire 
fuel inside of a fused silica or ceramic tube that contains the fuel coil and 
H2 gas.

  *   ME356 talks of pre-treating his fuel.  He says that the longer he 
pre-treats the fuel the more active it is in producing LENR.  I think the 
pre-treatment consists of putting the Ni coil inside a vacuum chamber, that has 
been evacuated to less than 1 micron.  The wire is heated and cooled until it 
stops outgassing.  Then the chamber is filled with about 10 torr of H2, the 
wire is heated, and the wire or an adjacent Ni electrode is driven with RF at 
one of the ISM band frequencies.  This will provide some sputter-like 
activation of the surface.

  *   After the hot sputter processing, take the coil out and put it into the 
reactor tube and heat in H2 for LENR.

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