On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Jed Rothwell <jedrothw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The first tier of people to replicate were the crème de la crème of > electrochemistry. I mean people who now have laboratories named after them > such as Ernest Yeager, and people who should have laboratories named after > them such as John Bockris. Also Miles, Mizuno, McKubre, Kunimatsu, Appleby, > Will, Okamoto, Huggins and so on. > > The first ~100 replications came in from a veritable Who's Who of > electrochemistry. Just about every top electrochemist in the world > replicated within a year or so. They were all certain the results were > real. Anyone who does not believe that kind of thing, from this kind of > people, does not understand experimental science. > > ................ > However, such opinions are not based on knowledge or rationality so we > cannot change them. There is no point to worrying about them. We should > concentrate on people such as the readers at LENR-CANR.org. We should > ignore people who will not do their homework. > ***That reminds me. One thing I keep running into is how many articles and replications have been published in peer-reviewed journals? And skeptics do not consider the Journal of Nuclear Physics to be a "real" peer reviewed journal. Does LENR-CANR.org have these subcategorized somehow?