Eric, are  you referring to my experience of today?  Briefly, I was impatient 
and wanted to try something just for kicks so I got table salt and dissolved it 
in water.  I used gator clips to hold two nickels in the brime and connected a 
DC supply.  I had approximately 2 amps flowing with 7 or 8 volts applied and 
the nickel connected to the positive terminal of my supply dissolved into the 
water.  A penny followed it into oblivion.  The nickel connected to the 
negative supply terminal only had its surface tarnished but not damaged 
significantly.  It was fun, but not exactly what I had in mind!

The signal did fluctuate as material tended to cling to the nickel surface and 
block the flow.  I was left with a nasty greenish colored precipitate.  The 
nickel connected to the negative supply terminal remained relatively constant. 

Things became much better behaved when I replaced the salt with borax in a 
second test.  I did see a flaky green material coat the underwater region of 
the second nickel that was connected to the positive terminal of the supply.  
This happened initially, but later only a dark deposit of some type remained 
after a couple of hours of current.  I had the thought that some of the copper 
was taken away due to the green color of the dangling goop, so I am now 
reversing that coin supply in an attempt to load the possible new holes with 
hydrogen.  This is just a wild attempt to see something new and if anything 
shows up I will be amazed.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jones Beene <>
To: vortex-l <>
Sent: Sat, Sep 22, 2012 12:38 am
Subject: RE: [Vo]:Good Alloy for Celani type reaction costs 5 cents : Chuck 


From:Eric Walker 

Ohmic heating is fully conservative, and if you put in10 watts of electric
power and get back 12 watts of heat, then either it is measurement error… or
… not exactly Joule heating.


Just to clarify -- I enjoyed the report.  I alsotook particular pleasure in 
hearing about the nickels that others ended updissolving; I didn't know that 
would happen.  I was curious -- what werethe details of the power measurements? 
 Was the signal steady or did it fluctuate? Did you do any kind of calibration?



No, no. This is completelyad lib, ex-tempo, spur of the moment, flash in the 
pan, down and dirty, firsttime for everything, etc. Were it not for the 
spontaneity of the internetgrape-vine, it would never have gotten past a few 
crazies. Completelyunreliable … at least as it stands on Friday.
Next week, who knows?
Actually – tomorrow couldbe an important milestone in the progress of the 
entire LENR field. 
Nick Reiter will strive topublish a white paper on Sat eve or maybe later – of 
his extraordinary earlyfindings with cobalt ions in Zeolite. This could blow 
Celani out of the waterin terms of robustness, and Fran Roarty may have a 
Casimir epiphany. I willpost a reference as soon as it is known.
Once again … not proved oreven reliable … just over the threshold of minimal 
cyber-gossip standards….


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