Lion is a London based researcher working with the friendly robot high temperature heater from lookingforheat.com
The researcher is heating specially treated industrial diamonds together with nickel powder sealed in alumina reactor cores. According to the researcher, in his most recent experiment the friendly robot kept the very high temperature of around 800 to 1000 Centigrade for days with little or no input power. The reactor core loaded with the active material eventually melted into the reactor housing, the entire friendly robot reactor kit was then sent to Bob Greenyer from the Martin Flesichmann Memorial Project in the Czech republic.
Based on the fusing of materials and the damages to the high temperature resistant materials of the reactor several experiments will be performed over the next couple of weeks in attempts to replicate the experiment while collecting more data. Experiments will be performed by Alan Smith in the UK, Bob Greenyer from Czech Repblic and Alan Goldwater in the US.
Leading up to the experiments we are publishing this video of an empty core operating for 48 hours at 1000 centigrade with the silver coating and double copper wire wrapping used by lion to study the effects of long term chemical heat in a dry run.
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