Friday, September 11, 2015




2) Robert Duncan visits ENEA
Robert Duncan ha visitato i Centri di Ricerca ENEA di Casaccia e Frascati
10 settembre 2015

3) Independent referee collects only data deemed valid from 1MW E-Cat

4) Rossi says:
Andrea Rossi
September 10th, 2015 at 8:15 PM

Barry Goldwater:
Yes, when my Attorneys called me and told me they received the communication that our patent had been allowed, it has been a tremendous emotion. We worked a thousand hours or so on it during the three years and six months of examination by the USPTO, from Feb 2012 through Aug 2015. I wanted it. I wanted it. I wanted it. Today I received from the USPTO the original official copy of the patent, with the cover with the ribbon of the United States Patent Office. Looking at this cover I think ” The great People of the USA has granted me this patent”. This mesmerizes me when I look at this cover, and charges me of energy finalized to make jobs. That’s what I have to do to merit it.
All right, let’s put down at work: now, at 09.13 p.m. of Sept 10 I am inside the computers container, looking at the cover of ribbon of the USPTO, while the plant is well and stable. F9.
Warm Regards,

5) Freethinker Lenr2 continues experimenting:

6) Gennadyi Tarasenko's generator  discussed on the LENR Forum:

In particle physics, the electroweak interaction is the unified description of two of the four known fundamental interactions of nature: electromagnetism and the weak interaction. Although these two forces appear very different at everyday low energies, the theory models them as two different aspects of the same force. Above the unification energy, on the order of 100 GeV, they would merge into a single electroweak force.

The weak force is through by many to be the force that is responsible for LENR. For example, the L&W theory depends on the weak force to explain how protons become neutrons through a decay process. 

If the weak force does not behave like it is predicted to behave, that means that there is an unknown factor that is driving this weak force: the LENR force, into unexpected behavior. 

The connection between electromagnetism and the weak force may not be understood as current theory predicts. Since the B-meson decays into high energy tau particles, something is disturbing this decay process. 

Could the electromagnetic force combine with the weak force at lower energies, lower that 100 GeV? Could the electromagnetic force combine into the electroweak force at lower energies than expected? 

Electroweak activated LENR could be driven by a much lower power level than expected: a power level for the generation of the electroweak force that may be reached through engineering methods. The cross section for electroweak driven transmutation and nuclear binding energy release could be achieved through the application of very low electromagnetic power levels applied to the nucleus. Many LENR experiments point to this EMF based LENR mechanism. Rossi may be seeing indications of this electroweak anomaly occurring in his new E-Cat X reactor. 

No comments:

Post a Comment