To put the upcoming demo (less than a week away) into perspective - evaluating
the impact of being able to demonstrate an energy anomaly with nickel and
hydrogen, there is already a sense that it is almost expected. It has happened
many times over the years. Look at the sheer number of inventors and
researchers who have seen thermal gain going back to 1989 - most were not in
the USA. You have the Italians, the Japanese, the French, the Russians, the
Indians, etc etc. Someone should compile a list.
It would be incredible if Rossi does NOT show thermal gain but since he is not
content with small gain, he will cheat and try to make it look like big gain.
His ego will be his downfall. Most observers are going to be disappointed.
➢ Someone should compile a list.
OK- Here is a start of such a Ni-H list (little doubt there are many names
Researchers who have reported Ni-H thermal gain. List is not vetted and
excludes those whose focus is usually limited to Pd-D, which is many times more)