In reply to  Nigel Dyer's message of Fri, 22 Sep 2017 19:07:58 +0100:

There is a much simpler explanation. The collapsing bubbles *contain* a mixture
of broken water molecule pieces. Among those pieces there will be both Hydrogen
atoms and individual water molecules. The latter act as a catalyst the shrink
the Hydrogen, as do other Hydrogen atoms and O++ ions. The reaction is
essentially chemical, but of a higher order (energy wise) than other chemical
reactions. The COP is about the right order of magnitude, as is are the initial
conditions required to initiate the process. 
They are creating Hydrinos, they just don't know it.


Robin van Spaandonk

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