Saturday, July 11, 2015



While writing a review on "why is LENR such a wicked problem and what approach has to be used in order to solve it?" I feel lonely (how many readers will not agree with what I say?) and my entire personal LENR history is sending me messages;
the apprenticeship years (1989-1994), the years of ever increasing discontent (1995-2009), the years of illumination and hope (1910-1913), the years of anger and waiting (2014- who knows). Will the Day of LENR Breakthrough come for me? I am very moderately optimist because prior to it, the age of LENR+ awakening has to come.
I bet that 20 years after I am gone it will be discovered that 80% of what I claimed on my blog was true.


The E-Fan has landed, AIRBUS electric plne crosses Channel
A small flight for AIRBUS, a great leap for technological progress!

The Energy Age. The End of Fire

Study of DD-reaction yields from the Pd/PdO:Dx and the Ti/TiO2:Dxheterostructure at low energies using the HELIS setup

A V Bagulya, O D Dalkarov, M A Negodaev, A S Rusetskii and A P Chubenko
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A V Bagulya et al 2015 Phys. Scr. 90 074051. doi:10.1088/0031-8949/90/7/074051
Received 30 October 2014, accepted for publication 13 April 2015. Published 29 June 2015.
© 2015 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences


The results of measurements of the DD-reaction yields from the Pd/PdO:Dx and the Ti/TiO2:Dx heterostructures in the energy range of 10–25 keV are presented. The neutron and proton fluxes are measured using a neutron detector based on 3He-counters and a CR-39 plastic track detector. Comparisons with calculations show the significant effect of DD-reaction yield amplification. It was first shown that the impact of H+(protons) and Ne+ ion beams in the energy range of 10–25 keV at currents of 0.01–0.1 mA on the deuterated heterostructure results in appreciable DD-reaction yield enhancement.
Norman D. Cook 
Models of the Atomic Nucleus Unification Through a Lattice of Nucleons 
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With thanks to Ron Kita                                                                                        Femtosecond lasers provide control of chemical bonding of molecules       

1 comment:

  1. Hello Peter,
    I think you are absolute correct. 80% of what you write is 100% correct. Impressive.
    I have an idea. Be more critical when editing - I think you publish 20% you believe to be less than correct fingerspitzgefuhl) - just eliminate that and viola.
    BTW I am an optimist and I think you are off with a factor ten. two years are more likely. They say big things happens without fanfares, Rossi sounds like "All quiet on the western front", BLP say nothing although they should have been through the engineering phase. Behind schedule is my believe but with optimism to have result without more funding.