A Sideways look at physics

What will the advent of cold fusion mean for establishment physicists? Will they be able to bend over backwards with ad hoc band-aids to patch up the same theories that keep telling us cold fusion is “impossible?” Or will it require a massive overhaul of our understanding of the physical universe?

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Method of generating thermal energy US 20130276771 A1

This is the first in what might be a series of articles ‘disentangling’ interesting patents related to LENR- related phenomena. This document is not in itself meant to be ‘the patent’ but merely an account of the experimental work it reveals.

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Isotopic Shifts In Nickel-Hydrogen Reactors

Abstract – This paper presents the results of analysis of the isotopic and elemental fuel composition before and after operation in the Rossi E-Cat, as well as in similar reactors. The Rossi reactor (after producing a claimed 5800 MJ of excess heat) showed great changes in elemental and isotopic fuel composition.

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Free phases compares Geiger counters

‘Free phases’ sent us this picture of a ‘dogbone’ LENR reactor he built using materials and parts supplied by us. The picture shows a comparative test being carried out between a Netto geiger counter on the LHS of the frame -also in stock – and the yellow ‘Gamma Scout’ on the right. Despite the Gamma Scout being 3x the price the Netto geiger won ‘hands down’ because of it’s superior sensitivity, swappable battery power supply, but most of all…

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