Sunday, October 30, 2016



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It is Sunday and I am thinking about stability and instability in LENR land, in multiple senses. Seee please the first Motto image, I take it personal because due to aging
I have some problems with stability when standing and have to use a walking stick on the street. Plus when I ma angry or nervous my right hand starts trembling- but it is still controllable. I well know alternatives to old age are worse than the trouble itself so I do not complain.

However, both stability and instability can be very good and very bad for LENR depending on the sense and circumstances- for LENR too.
There is no stability and no genuine certainty in the whole field both classic and progressing LENR. In classic LENR it seems to be too much stability - almost stagnation.  
However I think that the LENR+ - useful energy generating LENR processes are.will be all actually long range stable forms of well controlled local instabilities and disequilibrium in which the nuclear reactions./interactions take place,. The best combinations of stability and instability.
Finally for my own near future (1-`.5 years) I would preferre the turbulent instability of coming LENR events much better than the final total stability of the unique zero-risk zone. I doubt it is well connected to the internet.


1) The Fleischmann-Pons Calorimetric Methods and Equations
by Melvin H. Miles
Presentation at SSICCF20, Xiamen, China, Sept 28-30, 2016

An exemplary work- Mel Miles is one of the main contributors to the demonstrated certainty that Cold Fusion does exist.
The author stated: "My goal is to help others understand the very accurate Fleischmann - Pons calorimetry and give it the recognition that it deserves."
The Author has also added the following explanation & details
This calorimetry is very accurate when the  equations are used correctly,
and it offers many advantages over other types of  electrochemical
calorimetry. I am surprised that isoperibolic  calorimetry is presently
rarely used.  Some important points are:

1.The Lower-Bound method  is very useful (Sides  9,10).  This method
assumes the excess power is zero and then follows the changes in  the
heat transfer coefficient that follow.

2. This lower bound method was followed in my recent "Kitchen Experiment"
 for a heat conduction calorimeter (Slides 11,12).

3. My results gave larger than expected excess power (Slide 13) for my
small JM Pd cathode (0.1 x 2.3 cm).  The 73 mW of excess power was more
than 3 W per cm3 Pd.  This JM palladium source also gave excess heat in
previous experiments at China Lake and at NHE in Japan.  This palladium
source also was previously used in my excess heat-helium correlations for
the  gas samples sent to Brian Oliver at Rockwell.

4. This isoperibolic calorimetry accurately models periods when the cell
temperature is changing (Slides 19, 20).  Also, the Fleischmann Straight
Line Method covers a two day period, including the 12 hour application of
the heater pulse,  yet the changing cell temperature does not cause any
errors Slides 23,24). Statements in Ed Storms books about isoperibolic
calorimeters are wrong and need to be  corrected.  These erroneous
statements include: " Correct power is only obtained when the temperature
is constant--" (2014 book,p.107) and "-- by measuring the temperature
difference  between the inside and outside of the cell, once this
difference has become constant." (2007 book, p.162).

5. Application of the Fleischmann-Pons equations for the heated gases
leaving the cell requires measurements of the atmospheric pressure.  To
my knowledge,  almost no other group has done this (Slide 28).

Perhaps I should add that my electrolyte was D2O + 0.1 M KNO3.  No
lithium was used.  The palladium surface was not blackened (Slide 21) as
is usually the case when using 0.1 M LiOD.
Pons has told me that the black color was not present in his experiments
when using a lithium-free electrolyte such as NaOD.  Stan believes the
black color is due to lithium-nitrogen compounds that form due to lithium
metal deposited on the cathode reacting with nitrogen from air that
enters when make-up D2O is added.

A great Thank you to the Author for the permission to offer this to my non-CMNS readers too, 
this the history of Cold Fusion itself!

2) An interesting thread at the LENR Forum: An Open Conversation With RANDOMBIT0: Constructive Comments Appreciated -- Cynical Remarks Frowned Upon

3) From Andrea Rossi's JONP

October 30, 2016 at 1:59 AM

Mr Andrea Rossi,
1- did the circuit of the steam of the 1 MW plant have a “steam trap”?
2- did the test protocol foresee the installation of a steam trap?
3- has IH ever complained the lack of a steam trap during the test?
4- was a steam trap installed initially in the plant and has it eventually been removed by you?
5- has anybody proposed you to install a steam trap before or during the test?
6- have you ever seen a steam trap installed to calculate the performance of a steam generator?

Andrea Rossi
October 30, 2016 at 11:53 AM

1- no
2- no
3- no
4- no
5- no
6- no
Warm Regards,


Thanks to Sam North for telling about this:
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  1. Peter
    You tube videos of DR Miles




    1. For anyone that has time here is another Video.

  2. At 'Point 3' above, does anyone else think 'Deb' sounds a lot like Mr Rossi? The grammar and syntax look very similar.
    It looks like Mr Rossi is again commenting on things he says his lawyers insist he say nothing about.
    Actually, 'George' and 'Yuppy' also sound familiar but since they do not relate to the 1MW plant test then that's a matter of little importance.