Also, the fact that both meters were pegged. That sounds more like an event, and less like the momentary exposure of a shielded catalyst.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 4:43 PM, Jones Beene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote: > From: albedo5 > > > > If we had a spectrum, we would know what it was - or more to the point, > what it wasn't. > > I really, REALLY want a spectrum. Just one. > > > > > > Hmm … could it be simply a matter of deduction ? > > > > … connect the dots with Celani being specifically the only party being > disallowed, his earlier Cincinnati group replication paper (which Rossi must > have read), the range of common signatures that are possible for Celani to > have identified with a portable NaI meter, even if allowed, and the fact > that to produce power for $.01/kWhr, a natural emitter instead of an > expensive isotope would need to be used… > > > > … how many possibilities are there to chose from ? > > > > > > > -- Never did I see a second sun Never did my skin touch a land of glass Never did my rifle point but true But in a land empty of enemies Waiting for the tick-tick-tick of the want A uranium angel Crying “behold,” This land that knew fire is yours Taken from Corruption To begin anew