Samarium <> is
well known catalyst in organic chemisty as a chiral additive that aids in
the preparation of drugs. All active drugs must be left handed chiral.

A chiral samarium-based catalyst for the asymmetric
Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley reduction

A SmCo magnetic produces a chiral polarized magnetic field that is at the
core of the LENR reaction. It is chiral magnetic interaction inside of
protons and neutrons that excite the instanton sea whereby quark flavor
changes from up/down to strange.

Instantons are chiral.

Chiral Symmetry Breaking by Instantons

On Wed, Jun 6, 2018 at 11:27 AM, Bob Higgins <>

> I asked Beiting about the addition of SmCo magnets. SmCo was chosen for
> its higher curie temp.  The magnets began as charged SmCo disks and were
> crushed into apparently 1-2 mm fragments for inclusion with the fuel.
> Enhancement of the LENR by magnetic field when using light hydrogen (as he
> used) is a surprise. It could have been the Sm or Co instead of the
> magnetic field - he did not have an experiment with un-charged SmCo
> material for comparison.
> A wonderful replication report.
> On Tue, Jun 5, 2018, 10:13 PM Jed Rothwell <> wrote:
>> Richard Garwin of the Jasons was brought in to evaluate the experiment.
>> He said there is a problem because it uses K-type thermocouples which are
>> susceptible to errors from exposure to hydrogen. Beiting pointed out three
>> problems with this hypothesis:
>>    1. The thermocouples were shielded.
>>    2. The damage only happens at ~600°C and these cells were run at
>>    300°C.
>>    3. The damage causes the thermocouples to show a lower temperature.
>>    If would reduce the estimate of excess heat, not increase it.
>> Garwin is grasping at straws, trying to find an excuse to dismiss the
>> results. He said the first thing that popped into his head, which could not
>> have happened and would have had the opposite effect if it could. Soon
>> after cold fusion began, Garwin was called in to evaluate SRI. The gist of
>> his report was: "I could not find an error but I am sure something must be
>> wrong."

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