Wednesday, February 17, 2016



All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved. (Sun Tzu)

The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do. (Michael E. Porter)

There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all. (Peter Drucker)

In real life, strategy is actually very straightforward. You pick a general direction and implement like hell. (Jack Welch)


An other thin and ugly info cow.

Nobody has claimed yet to be the future founder of EURO LENR

As regarding the sacred cow- candidates of LENR actually I know two and I have already written about them:

a) Nuclearity without Otherness- i.e. Hot Fusion style:

b) Calorimetry

Calorimetry has actually saved the life (existence, future) of Cold Fusion- then there was no other possibility than amplify the weak and very weak signals- whispers of Mother Nature, however insisting on measurement and not on the orders of magnitude enhancement of the heat release - outside PdD has slowed down the progress- calorimetry is marginal and does not help much understanding the actual process in a very complex system.
As usual, a "means replace aims" tragedy has also happened. From now on calorimetry must be associated with more informative methods- the question is: which ones?


Speculative post- connections between LENR and gravity modifications

Lifetime of hot spots- by Jacques Ruer

Is Tesla About To Unleash A Black Swan On The Energy Industry?

Andrea Rossi Daily report
February 17, 2016 at 7:44 AM

Wed Feb 17 2016, 07.43 a.m.
1 MW E-Cat : charges substitution on course
E-Cat X: in good standing, very promising
Warm Regards,


If you read my FQXI essay you will know why I like this


  1. It has proven for the first time that the deepest part of the lunar mantle is soft, based upon the agreement between observation results and the theoretical calculations.
    The research team also clarified that heat is efficiently generated by the tides in the soft part, deepest in the mantle.
    In general, a part of the energy stored inside a celestial body by tidal forces (caused by being pushed and pulled by its partner, in this case Earth, as it orbits) is changed to heat.
    The heat generation depends on the softness of the interior.
    Whereas previous research also suggests that some part of the energy inside the moon due to the tidal forces is changed to heat, the present research indicates that this type of energy conversion does not uniformly occur in the entire moon, but only intensively in a soft layer.
    The research team believes that the soft layer is now warming the core of the moon as the core seems to be wrapped by the layer, which is located in the deepest part of the mantle, and which efficiently generates heat.
    They also expect that a soft layer like this may efficiently have warmed the core in the past as well.

    Read more:

    The moon's core could well be heated by cold fusion. The assumptions made about the moons molten core sound far fetched. A soft layer would not has formed when the moon cooled. All less dense stuff would have risen upward during the cooling process.

    Without cold fusion science does not make sense.

  2. Unless science understands how LENR produces heat inside planets, they will be faced with mounting numbers of unsolvable cosmological conundrums.

    Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth
    MAY 13, 2015 BY DAN TAYLOR

    Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth

    NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft smashed into the planet's surface on April 30 after four years in orbit, but not before sending back some amazing data.

    Scientists were floored recently after getting back data from NASA’s MESSENGER space probe that showed that Mercury has a core filled with sloshing liquid metal, much like Earth — and they’re scratching their heads as to how that’s possible.

    Mercury had been thought to be too small to have a liquid core, as scientists believed the metal would have cooled relatively quickly in its history, but the MESSENGER space probe sent back data before slamming into the planet on April 30 that indicated that yes, its core still contains molten metal, and that metal is creating a magnetic field similar to that of Earth, according to a report.

    It’s nowhere near as powerful — scientists estimate that it is 100 times weaker than Earth’s. But the findings still surprised scientists who thought they would find a solid rock core much like the other rocky planets in our solar system. The findings shed new light on the evolution of Mercury, the closest planet to the sun and the smallest planet in the solar system, and will force scientists to rethink how it developed.