The recent uptick in interest for our line of powder reactors has given us the renewed ambition to chase the New Fire with nano-sized particles. Just breathe in that surface area!
My name is Wes Baish, B.A. Chemistry from Gustavus Adolphus College. I got my start here at HUG last summer, intern-ing up a storm with my fellow intern, Malachi. I had to take a brief hiatus to return to studying in St. Peter, MN and finish that whole bachelor’s degree thing (so yes, I’m a very fresh 22 years of age).
We got plenty of action in those few months repeating Ryan’s prescribed protocol for preparing HUG’s home-made LENR cooker, and it seems the world is hungry for more. Part of the process was building a 3-row mounting area, each level equipped with a max capacity of 4 powder cells complete with cozy mineral glass coats, pressure transducers, and the like. This was all before they graduated to the Celani replication in late August that we’re all so familiar with. However they didn’t make too many drastic changes to the lab when I was gone, and the aforementioned mounting array was still intact from when I left in August.
The ghost of LENR past! And we forgot to take the ornaments off the tree. These abandoned pups have hung cold and lonely for quite some time, but they still have the guts for another run, literally--they are even still charged in a H2 atmosphere . So we will build upward on these bones of our predecessors, and establish an environment for little LENR fry to flourish. You are looking at the powder cell workstation, aptly named the Reef.
I will be adding each concurrent experiment and its progress in the document below, both my designs and yours, and prod you for input and experience. What have you done that works? What skills and knowledge do you have to tangibly integrate into our powder cells? What adjustments should we be making to our protocols or design? Do you have designs for other cells?
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