Being shorter than regular transition metal bonds and unbalanced, these
microcavities that pit the surface of metal can be up to 10 times stronger
than the bonds that connect a perfect crystalline lattice metal structure.
In simple terms, the walls of a micro cavity on the surface of a metal is
When hydrogen atoms enter such a cavity, that atom becomes very energetic
because such tight confinement produces extreme energy due to *Heisenberg's
Ux Up >= ħ/2
(ħ is the reduced Planck constant *h* / (2*π*)).
Certain pairs of physical properties of a particle, known as complementary
variables: position x and momentum p, can be known only to a fixed degree.
Because the hydrogen atom enters into a very confining space, its energy is
driven to extremes by this quantum effect.
The metal bonds of the cavity absorb this energy of confinement and the
atom's temperature eventually equilibrates with that of the lattice. As
more hydrogen atoms enter the micro cavity, this new resident atom becomes
even more energetic since it has even less space to occupy inside the
cavity. This atom's energy will eventually be cooled by the lattice until
its temperature eventually equilibrates with that of the lattice.
As more hydrogen atoms enter the cavity, the quantum effects pressure
caused by the entrance of that new atom in its turn becomes so great that
the pressure reaches a level sufficient to produce a crystal of ultra dense
The engineering takeaways from this quantum compression process:
There is an ideal size that a microcavity shoud be. That size should be
just large enough to contain the finished UDH crystal and no bigger.
The LENR fuel preparation process that the sucessful LENR reactor builders
undertake requires a long time for the production of ultra dense hydrogen
to occur. If sufficient time for the long term absorption of hydrogen and
associated quantum compression is not allowed, then the UDH will not reach
the proper pressure for UDH formation to occur.
The hydrogen must be isotopically pure for UDH to form.
If lithium is used in conjunction with hydrogen, Ultra dense lithium
hydride will form requiring just 1/4 of the quantum pressure. But both the
lithium and hydrogen must be isotopically pure. Any isotope poisoning will
kill the quantum compression process. That poisoned cavity will not form
UDH from then on.
LENR poisons like nitrogen will kill UDH formation, but after UDH
formation, poisoning is no longer a consideration.
The UDH will slowly exit the microcavities in which they were formed and
activate the LENR reaction. The mimeographs of the me356 fuel shows that
metallic hydrogen formation process and metallic hydrogen falls from the
metal micro cavity containment cavities onto the carbon substrate to
catalyze transmutation of carbon into metal.
The link contains scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of the
cavitaion prepared fuel used by the indian reactor (ECCO) kindly taken by
There looks to be whole ecosystems in there and even beautiful fractal
This mimeograph is very close to the ones that ME356 has already shown
depicting the micrographs of his fuel and how that fuel produces
transmutation over time. The ECCO reactor fuel also shows transmutation of
carbon into a metal wire lattice of fractal patterns.
The light ovoid decoration patterns that contains the fractal metal
transmutations looks like carbon isotope change from subatomic particle
(muons, pions?) emissions from the process that is producing the metal
I beleive that the metallic hydrogen contained in the cavities of the
fuel particles in which the metallic hydrogen was formed are released
gradually onto the surface of the carbon sample tape and begin a
transmutation process on that tape.
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:36 AM, Brian Ahern <ahern_br...@msn.com> wrote:
> Hydrogen can become more and more dense, but its molecular orbital
> characteristics do not undergo a phase change.
> *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>:
> bobcook39...@hotmail.com <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