>From the start of LENR it was thought by the experts  that deuterium fusion 
>should yield far more neutrons than helium – based on knowledge of hot fusion 
>branching ratio. Yet neutrons were almost never found.

Now in order to answer two problems Holmlid gives us a brilliant answer – and 
finds both neutrons and muons. The neutrons are actually produced in D2 gas 
which is even more

This could be a game changer. 

Unfortunately the new paper is behind a paywall, but most of you know how to 
use sci-hub with a DOI number… which is:


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