Hydrogen can become more and more dense, but its molecular orbital 
characteristics do not undergo a phase change.


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From: alain.coetm...@gmail.com <alain.coetm...@gmail.com> on behalf of Alain 
Sepeda <alain.sep...@gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 3:32 AM
To: Vortex List
Subject: Re: [Vo]:Cold fusion research reported at Oak Ridge

many things governement do are not done because it is good or bad for a supreme 
interest of the Nation, or of a big lobby, but because the worker want to avoid 
troubles, please his boss, get a promotion, or sometime a crazy desire by this 
lone worker to make world better as he imagine it.
the problem is when this lone worker is a boss, he can engage an agency in 
something great or evil, if he succeed in making the interests of his 
subordinates matching his great idea.

There is no NASA/NSA/DoE/USPTO plan, just various people having various 
ambition, fears, and hope.

fear is a great motive for most people...

2018-02-22 0:16 GMT+01:00 Jed Rothwell 
<jedrothw...@gmail.com<mailto:jedrothw...@gmail.com>>:
bobcook39...@hotmail.com<mailto:bobcook39...@hotmail.com> 
<bobcook39...@hotmail.com<mailto:bobcook39...@hotmail.com>> wrote:


Oak Ridge has LENR categorized as Battelle confidential or has a dark 
government classified program regarding LENR or cold fusion as it is commonly 
called.  Their action to remove the reference is telling IMHO

How do you know this? If it is classified or "dark government," how did you 
find out about it? That would be secret, would it not?

I have a low regard for the government's ability to keep secrets, and for the 
quality of its secrets, because my late father was in the intelligence business 
during and after WWII. He once told me:

"if you ever get into the most secret room of the State Department, and you 
open the most secret file cabinet and look in the most secret drawer, you will 
find a dried up apple and an old newspaper."

In the movie Dr. Strangelove, toward the end the Americans ask the Soviet 
ambassador where he got all of his sensitive secret information. He says, "our 
source was the New York Times." My mother heard that and said "that sounds 
about right."

As far as I know, when references to cold fusion have disappeared from 
government agencies, news articles and the like, that has been because people 
were embarrassed by the topic, or because the top brass was infuriated by it. 
That happened in some Navy research labs.

- Jed


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