Sunday, October 9, 2016


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Congratulations on a million views.
Axil Axil
Dear Peter,
You have only began a long and successful entrance into LENR journalism. It is clear that many people now depend on your insights and opinions.
The very best of futures,

Thanks, dear Axil. It is an activity of 2125 days, 1179 posts.

The Blog helps me to think, therefore I am, to decide therefore I live, to solve problems, therefore I am living with a purpose.
And to be engaged in disputes, therefore to have fun,

 My very best wishes to the past and future Readers! And my gratitude!


GUEST EDITORIAL by Robert Cook  (writing on my PC)

Several issues for LENR technologists to consider:

1. How is the energy associated with the orbital spin (angular momentum) of the metallic lattice electrons and the angular momentum of nucleons balanced as the LENR happens?   Is angular momentum conserved?

2. How do the allowed energy states of a solid state lattice system with orbital electrons as well as nucleons with magnetic moments change with magnetic B field changes?

3.  Are there resonances involved that create matches between the electrons and the nucleons (coupling) and allow transferring  potential spin energy of a nucleon to kinetic energy of the orbital electrons--a large amount of energy of a single nucleon to many orbital electrons as lattice heat or phonic energy?

4.  Assuming that the magnetic B field is responsible for changes to resonant conditions allowed for  electrons and nucleons of  a solid state system, can the variance of the B field control coupling of the system and the probability of energy transfer of potential energy to kinetic thermal energy?

5. Why do LENR theorists (with a few exceptions) ignore the conservation of angular momentum and related spin in their assessment of the phenomena?

In light of the apparent low production of damaging radiation associated with highly energetic   photons and/or  massive particles--protons, neutrons, electrons, positrons and alphas--the production of heat within a metal lattice of many particles leads to a logical conclusion that the involves spin energy and its related angular momentum.  A detailed examination of lattice damage resulting from sustained LENR should reveal no lattice damage except that caused by nuclear transmutations.

Thanks, dear Bob!


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Looking For Heat Publishes Proposed Protocol for Nickel-Hydrogen LENR

2) From Andrea Rossi's JONP

Mark Leiber
October 8, 2016 at 2:08 PM

Why don’t you donate to all your IP, for the good of all ?
Andrea Rossi
October 8, 2016 at 3:16 PM

Mark Leiber:
Because nobody would invest a single cent in a technology given away for free, therefore this move, apparently gracious ( but actually narcissistic ), would be in reality the killer of this technology, leaving it in the hands of inconclusive amateurs, or gangs of speculators ready to sell toilet papers by means of some IPO of companies destined to remain for ever in the R&D limbo ( guess whom am I thinking about…), stealing the money of the investors.
Warm Regards,

3) From Mark Goldes

4) THREAD by AXIL The possible Role of Axions in LENR

5) Mooking For Heat Publishes Proposed Protocol for Nickel-Hydrogen LENR

AXIL DIXIT (possible a fundamental contribution)

Axil has left a new comment on your post "OCT 08, 2016 ONLY LENR INFO TODAY":The posit of this post is that anisotropic magnets produce the LENR reaction because the unbalanced field lines being a monopole field produces magnetic field lines that tend to be twisted thus producing excitation in the nucleons via CP symmetry breaking. Their Color force having been excited by twisting magnetic field lines, the proton and neutron will decay under the influence of the weak force. 

These monopole field lines allow the magnetic field lines to be twisted thus producing excitation in the nucleons. Magnetic dipole fields do not make twisting field lines easy. Dipole magnetic field lines are continuous and unbroken, forming closed loops. Magnetic field lines are defined to begin on the north pole of a magnet and terminate on the south pole. Dipole magnetic field lines don't have any open ends to twist but monopole flux lines can twist and rotate.
As a set up for this post here is info About Neodymium Magnets(NIB)

Overview of the operating properties of Neodymium magnets.

Neodymium magnets (also known as rare earth, Neo, NIB or NdFeB magnets) were invented in 1982 and are the strongest type of magnets.

There are two basic ways that NIB magnets are made: sintered and bonded.

Sintered NIB magnets have the highest strength but are limited to relatively simple geometries and can be brittle. They are made by pressure forming the raw materials into blocks, which then go through a complex heating process. The block is then cut to shape and coated to prevent corrosion. Sintered magnets are typically anisotropic, which means they have a preference for the direction of their magnetic field. Rare earths align the spin of the magnetic metal in a preferred direction or "grain" Magnetizing a magnet against the “grain” will reduce the strength of the magnet by up to 50%. So commercially available magnets are always magnetized in the preferred direction of magnetization. 

Bonded NIB magnets are typically about half as strong as sintered magnets but are less expensive and can be made into almost any size and shape. Raw materials are mixed with epoxy as a binder, pressed into a die cavity and heat cured. Bonded magnets are isotropic, which means they don’t have a “grain” or a natural preference for the direction of their magnetic field.

For example, Dennis Cravens Golden balls 

"To assure a strong magnetic field in the active material the spheres contain a ground samarium cobalt (Sm2Co7) magnet, which stays magnetized at higher temperatures. This was powdered and the powder is mostly random but it should provide a strong magnetic field within the sample. "The Sm2Co7 magnet produces the required anisotropic magnetic field lines(monopole like magnetic field)."

Deuterium is used as the gas envelope

Here is a visualization that demonstrates that rare earth magnets produce vortex twisting of their magnetic field lines whereas dipole magnets do not produce magnetic vortex spinning field lines. 


Enhancing the superconducting properties of an iron-based material
Date:October 6, 2016
Source:Brookhaven National Laboratory
By bombarding a material with low-energy protons, scientists doubled the amount of current the material could carry without resistance, while raising the temperature at which this superconducting state emerges, a new report outline


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  1. The article about enhancing the maximum superconductivity current and critical temperature by schooting protons into a lattice seems quite important for LENR. I am sure Axil will also agree with that. Maybe that method should also be used in the search for preparing LENR fuel.

    Also congratulations with your Blog, Peter. May that be the beginning of a billion pageviews in a bright and long future of EgoOut. Thank you for keeping us informed!

  2. Peter
    Up to date comments on Quark X from
    Ecat World thread.


  3. But Peter. You still need to change your font and coloring. It's awful.