Stephen A. Lawrence <> wrote:

> Most of the presentation seemed to consist of a mass spec analysis of
> reaction products, with little discussion of heat production.  The latter
> seems to have been modest at best.
> Again, did I miss something?

I think he now knows more about why "better" material produces less-good

Some newer results in these sections:

* More recent experiments using thin-film plate type electrodes conditioned
for cluster formation.

* Evidence for D-clusters and comments about theory

. . .

* Preliminary gas loading nanoparticle experiment

The latter is an Arata replication. It says: "exothermic energy from
chemical reaction: 690 J.  . . .  Actual measured energy 1479 J."

- Jed

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