Wednesday, September 23, 2015



"The problem with facts is they too often translate to fiction".
In other words: 
“The problem with objectivity begins, once we start believing that the latter actually exists” (GAPINGVOID, today;s issue)


a) Today takes place the first event- from a series of 6-  the Peter Hagelstein-Louis de Chiaro conference
Who/what can help us to get fast information about it?

b) There are modifications in the program of the AIRBUS program

My good friend Li Xing Zhong cannot join the conference so we will not see his presentationabout Li-6. I regret.

It was announced an other  paper- see what an interesting concept is discussed there:                                                                                                                      D.Fruchart, N.Skryabina Is Super Abundant Vacancy a singular state in the Hydrogen-in-Metal paradigm ?


Today's thanks go to Jean-Luc Paillet who tells us about his Electron Deep Orbits of the Hydrogen Atom (EDO)

Jean Luc remarks:
In fact, Special Relativity seems determining to obtain EDO as solutions of these equations. 
For example, the non-relativistic Schrödinger equation for atom H has "anomalous" solutions (usually rejected), but no EDO solutions.
Moreover the EDO are obtained only when the angular Q number k for Dirac (or lfor K-G) is equal to the radial number n'.

Now, what's new since our ICCF19 paper ? 
    - Concerning the principal arguments against EDO, already analyzed previously, it appears more clearly a great difference between the K-G (so-called "relativistic Schrödinger equation") and Dirac equation.
To summarize, K-G EDO solutions can be accepted even with a pure Coulomb potential,  while Dirac EDO ones (rather named DDL) need special treatment, on account of the singularity of pure Cb potential.
    - As we focus on the Dirac case (on account of specific properties of the equation, which takes into account the spin
and also, e.g., spin-orbit interaction), we have verified, by means of a computation software, 
the results published in the works of Maly & Vav'ra. 
Here, this essentially concerns the DDL solutions obtained with a modified potential, 
by considering that the nucleus is not a point and that the nuclear potential is finite.
By using a different method (another ansatz), we can confirm the numerical results of M&V, especially the values
of the mean orbit radius <r> as a function of the angular Q number k
This value is very important for the LENR, because
it's related to the "repulsive" radius of the atom: if <r> is small enough, two femto-atoms can approach at distance where
strong nuclear forces are sufficiently high for acting.
We explicitly show a particular feature of the DDLs: when k increases, <r>decreases and tends to a not-null limit.
We can also see that, for given k, the value of <r> is relatively stable while changing some parameters.

Let's wish success to Jean-Luc with his approach to the problem and with his Toulouse presentation.


1)E-Cat test to conclude in February

2) Andrea Rossi With Trademarks Approved for Leonardo Corp. (Photo)

3)Rossi: If Test Successful, E-Cat Commercialization to Start March 2016

4)Small-scale nuclear fusion could become a new source of energy - Press release from the University of Gothenburg. (Leif Holmlid and Sveinn Ólafsson)

5) Leap Forward Lab Annual Report Pt. 1 — The HHO Story (Alan Smith)

6) Links to Edmund Storm's new experimental results:

7) From the ХТЯ и ШМ site:

Published the Proceedings of the Russian Conference for CVold Nuclear Transmutations and Ball Lightnings no. 21  224 pages, abstracts in English

There are here also more older papers by Russian authors,published originally in English now translated in Russian plus an announcement re an exhibition of fuel-less magnetic generators.

8) Andrea Rossi about his coming patents
September 23rd, 2015 at 7:34 AM

Sarah Huskey:
Yes: 64 patents are pending, but I think we will arrive to about 150 patents pending within one year, due to the ones I am working upon, obviously all related to the E-Cat.
Warm Regards,


Regarding:the problems with the Parkhomov method:

"2- The heater wire is a delicate issue. In order to reach 1200°C for days. I have tried tungsten, nichrome, platinum and Khantal. None of them is satisfactory for 1200°C and long durations."

To get around the wire heater problem, try Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) (Melting point 2,715 °C (4,919 °F; 2,988 K))

This idea is now open source.

This compound is a ceramic in which the crystal structure of zirconium dioxide is made stable at room temperature by an addition of yttrium oxide. These oxides are commonly called "zirconia" (ZrO2) and "yttria" (Y2O3), hence the name.

It is difficult to solve the heater material problem because most heater elements will oxidize at high temperatures. This is not true for YSZ. After the reactor gets up to conductive temperature, the YSZ tube could be heated to very high temperature (above 1200C) directly.

Electroceramics is a class of ceramic materials used primarily for their electrical properties. YSZ is an Electroceramic; it conducts electricity well as an fast ion conductor ceramic that has been used historically for the glowing rods in Nernst lamps.

The Nernst lamp was an early form of incandescent lamp. Nernst lamps did not use a glowing tungsten filament. Instead, they used a ceramic rod that was heated to incandescence. Because the rod (unlike tungsten wire) would not further oxidize when exposed to air, there was no need to enclose it within a vacuum or noble gas environment; the burners in Nernst lamps could operate exposed to the air and were only enclosed in glass to isolate the hot incandescent emitter from its environment. A ceramic of zirconium oxide - yttrium oxide was used as the glowing rod.


Ray Dalio Principles
For LENR also, as I said more times, principles come before theories

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1 comment:

  1. Holmlid has seen muons produced inside his reactor when light from fluorescent bulbs in his lab lit the iridium metal that had iron oxide doped with potassium spread on its surface. This type of light has green, blue, and UV wave length components. Fluorescent lights are only 86% efficient in converting UV into visible light(1). Therefore, this type of light source produces UV. UV is reflected to a maximum extent by iridium. This refection efficiency is the key to plasmonic power generation. In this Holmlid LENR process, The nanoplasmonic reaction is therefore maximized in the UV wave lengths when iridium is used as the substrate metal. A key LENR design consideration is matching the substrate metal and its associated reflective light characteristics with the type of light used as a stimulator.

    With these facts in mind, Holmlid does not need a laser to stimulate his reaction, he could just as well use a more cost effective high intensity UV LEDs to produce the UV light that can stimulate the generation of muons. His laser produces green light(532 nm). Otherwise, Holmlid could apply more photon power as input into his reaction by using a UV laser.