This doesn't surprise me. With cavitation you are getting negative
pressures up to pF6.
Think Hutchison effect and Dr Judy Woods dustification.

On 25 September 2017 at 22:25, Axil Axil <janap...@gmail.com> wrote:

> https://steemit.com/science/@mfmp/ecco-macro-photography-
> of-strange-radiation-tracks-in-fuel-container
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>
> ECCO fuel preparation uses a cavitation based fuel preparation process
> that produces some sort of LENR active reaction activator. This activation
> seems to interact with plastic in a slow but relentless process until the
> plastic container is reduced to dust.
>
>
> Is anybody aware of a chemical reaction that can produce plastic
> disintegration, impact marks, and scratches on plastic as pictured in this
> deteriorating ECCO LENR reactor plastic fuel container?
>
>
> Those impact marks sure look like they are produced by high speed
> particles.
>
>
> https://steemit.com/science/@mfmp/ecco-looking-for-
> tachyons-with-laser-microscopy
>
>
> A second level of plastic containment a few inches removed from the
> primary containment also shows similar marks and there is no chemical
> contact with the primary level plastic container.
>
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>
> On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 2:07 PM, Nigel Dyer <l...@thedyers.org.uk> wrote:
>
>> For some months I have been working with Cavitation Energy Systems (
>> http://cavitationenergysystems.com/) who have been developing an
>> efficient steam generator based on cavitation.  What is not obvious until
>> you start going through the details of what they say on the website is that
>> there appears to be five times more energy in the steam they produce than
>> the electrical energy they use to produce it.
>> I have met up with them in Florida and gone through the details of the
>> system and it does appear to be as they claim.   The question is how does
>> it manage to do this?  By combining knowledge of their system with other
>> 'excess energy' systems that I am aware of and had dealings with I think
>> the mechanism is as follows:
>>
>>    - As they intended, they use a diesel injector to create a pulse of
>>    water that is full of cavitation bubbles.
>>    - When the pulse hits a nearby surface a shock wave travels back
>>    through the water initiating an almost synchronous  collapse of all the
>>    bubbles.
>>    - The potential differences within the collapsing bubbles accelerate
>>    some free protons such that they have an energy of the order of 10kV,
>>    enough to overcome the coulomb barrier and initiate fusion.
>>    - The fusion energy is carried away by a virtual neutrino, and there
>>    is a cascade of virtual neutrinos which distribute the energy as kinetic
>>    energy among nearby protons and electrons.  Some of the protons have
>>    sufficient energy to initiate a secondary fusion event starting a short
>>    duration chain reaction.  With others the kinetic energy they gain is
>>    transferred to the water molecule and consequently the water is heated up
>>    until it boils.
>>
>> The way that the bubbles collapse directs the energy away from the
>> surface, avoiding the normal problems of cavitation systems where the
>> cavitation causes damage to surfaces. The way that the shock wave causes
>> all the bubbles to collapse and initiate fusion at close to the same time
>> means that the energy from the proton-proton fusion is able to heat all of
>> the water, converting it to steam, at which point the chain reaction stops.
>>
>> Not only do they appear to have significant energy gain but it is
>> available in a highly usable form, as high temperature steam.  I have put
>> together some more detailed notes.
>>
>> http://thedyers.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/CES_LENR.pdf
>>
>> Nigel
>>
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