Science finally barking up the LENR tree? A laser beam is used to produce a
roughened surface on the glass wall of a container that contains gold
nanoparticles. After the wall has been ​roughened to include gold
nanoparticles through some sort of melting process, and the gold
nanoparticles are removed, and the laser light is removed, the liquid
continues to flow even without continuing energy input from the laser.
Where is the energy coming from to power the flow of water since there is
no laser energy input? The energy driving the flow of liquid seems to be
produced by the spot created in the glass wall. Can anyone explain how the
theory presented by the experimenters explain the unpowered flow of water
generated by the glass spot(called a Volcano) on the wall? Could this be
like something that Holmlid is doing.

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