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Oct 28th rossi 1 mw cold fusion test....
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sno
2011-10-29 04:31:16 UTC
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Still looking good...

http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
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eric gisse
2011-10-29 11:36:37 UTC
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Still looking good...
http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
"Once the reaction chambers got up to temperature, they were maintained by
the heat produced by the reaction. I'm not sure why they kept the generator
running after that, but I would guess it was for back-up or safety."

*sigh*

Here I was hoping Rossi wasn't full of shit, and there we are.

"Apparently, gamma radiation is produced during the reaction, which is
shielded by water, iron, lead, and a final coating on the apparatus."

Not with that level of shielding. There would be measurable non-background
counts if this were real. Too bad its' a long con.
vaughn
2011-10-29 14:06:30 UTC
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Post by sno
Still looking good...
I would love to believe. Really I would! But I don't. At least, not yet.

Sorry, but I find this test (in which the system allegedly put out 470KW whilst
connected to an obviously running 500 KW generator) to be spectacularly
unconvincing.

"Probably the biggest opening for skeptics will be the continually running
genset that is probably rated for 500 kW (my guess), and appears to have been
connected by cables to the E-Cat. "Where's the mystery?" So knock yourselves
out, skeptics. It's the customer who has to be happy, and apparently this one
was satisfied that those cables were not contributing to the 470 kW output
during self-sustaining mode."

Surry, but the alleged happiness of some anonymous and possibly fictional
customer hardly constitutes proof of anything.

Waiting for Morris's results...

Vaughn
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2011-10-29 16:11:49 UTC
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Post by sno
Still looking good...
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http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
Post by vaughn
I would love to believe. Really I would! But I don't. At least, not yet.
Sorry, but I find this test (in which the system allegedly put out 470KW
whilst connected to an obviously running 500 KW generator) to be
spectacularly unconvincing.
It doesn't say that anywhere in the link you intentionally snipped to
publish your trolling comments.

It claims excess energy was produced of half megawatt. i.e. over
and above the amount input. You can correct this any time you
want by pointing at the relevant passage without waving hand.

(I used to be skeptical about this - but after listening to more,
I'm not sure and bought 100g nickel powder. Call me a mug :-) )
Post by vaughn
"Probably the biggest opening for skeptics will be the continually running
genset that is probably rated for 500 kW (my guess), and appears to have
been connected by cables to the E-Cat. "Where's the mystery?" So knock
yourselves out, skeptics. It's the customer who has to be happy, and
apparently this one was satisfied that those cables were not contributing
to the 470 kW output during self-sustaining mode."
Surry, but the alleged happiness of some anonymous and possibly fictional
customer hardly constitutes proof of anything.
Waiting for Morris's results...
Vaughn
Yousuf Khan
2011-10-29 19:11:07 UTC
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Still looking good...
http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
How's that? They won't let anyone see what's inside their black boxes?

How do they expect an endothermic reaction like Nickel to Copper is
going to *produce* energy?

Yousuf Khan
Prai Jei
2011-10-29 19:26:29 UTC
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Yousuf Khan set the following eddies spiralling through the space-time
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Still looking good...
http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
How's that? They won't let anyone see what's inside their black boxes?
How do they expect an endothermic reaction like Nickel to Copper is
going to *produce* energy?
That's not the aim. They want it to produce *money* - for them.
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eric gisse
2011-10-29 22:21:28 UTC
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Post by sno
Still looking good...
http://pesn.com/2011/10/28/9501940_1_MW_E-Cat_Test_Successful/
How's that? They won't let anyone see what's inside their black boxes?
How do they expect an endothermic reaction like Nickel to Copper is
going to *produce* energy?
Yousuf Khan
This is what is known as a "scam".
profIJM
2011-10-30 00:27:51 UTC
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Note: nothing is proven in science, things are assumed to be true.
...until thrown into doubt by an apparently contradictory observation :-)
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