This report is the worst report i have ever studied. The data is meant to put
you to sleep and it is easy to missthe real values. They show power densities
of 40 watts/cm3, but good luck finding how mant cm3 were credited.
I think their hero absolute values were in the 200 milliwatt range.
This was highlighted as a milestone effort, but by their own admission, the
effect is negligible and did not deserve support.
LENR has to recognize that nearly30 years havepassed and there are no
repeatable results above 10 watts.
Please correct me if you can. This report does not.
From: Adrian Ashfield <a.ashfi...@verizon.net>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2017 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: [Vo]:Miles Pd-B alloy study uploaded
Incrcredibly long winded and difficult to follow. Small wonder it has been
gathering dust on the shelf.
From: Jed Rothwell <jedrothw...@gmail.com>
To: Vortex <vortex-L@eskimo.com>
Sent: Sat, Sep 30, 2017 9:43 am
Subject: [Vo]:Miles Pd-B alloy study uploaded
Miles, M., M. Fleischmann, and M.A. Imam, Calorimetric Analysis of a Heavy
Water Electrolysis Experiment Using a Pd-B Alloy Cathode. 2001, Naval Research
Laboratory: Washington. p. 155. (155 pages long)
This is an important paper.
Please let me know if you find problems with the Acrobat file, such as faded
pages or noise (dots everywhere). I fixed several graphs. Figure A.2, on p. 62
required drastic surgery with the program Paint.net noise reduction. I had to
add new numbers on the X and Y axes.
When you first load this, you may see strange characters on p. 1. They should
go away after the file fully loads.