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Preparing a big blog post... No we are not hacked... 

Keep watching...


UPDATE#1 - Getting there...

We are re-grouping... so much to digest... spent whole day with Francesco Celani yesterday which held us back from working on the blog, but it has added a raft of new understanding... 

UPDATE#2 - Scope...

This staged post we are preparing will not be certain, it will not be definitive, but it will draw upon our near 12 months of hard work, combined with the revelations of others and the intense conversations the group had over the past week with the assembled delegates at ICCF18. It will be a reasoned joining of the dots that we hope all of you will be inspired to explore, challenge and debate. We know that our followers are often times, much brighter than we are and we may well not have all the answers, but we are not afraid of saying what we know if we are not sure we have the whole story, because others may and likely will, have the missing link. It is about open debate and working together.

It will likely leave you with a strong sense that this technology will be realised and that there is a growing international force that will enable that.

We think that many of you can have similar insight if you really take a good look at the excellent work presented at the conference over the past week. We urge all of you that can, to spend the time to really study the work and videos presented from ICCF18 so that we can have a robust conversation when we put across our thinking. We need you to help us get this right. Thankyou in advance.


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0 #58 Andrew Olson 2013-08-21 12:54
Still waiting patiently...
0 #57 Robert Ellefson 2013-08-13 22:11
I sure hope Ruby isn't the one behind all the hacking on my computers lately...
0 #56 Ecco 2013-08-13 21:22 Quote
0 #55 Robert Ellefson 2013-08-13 21:15
Quoting Frasp:
So anyway, about that blog post..?

Darn it, I was planning a glorious blog post just now, but it seems that Ruby has taken all of the wind out of my sails on that front. I'll just go have lunch, regroup, and work on the next thing on my plate...
0 #54 Frasp 2013-08-13 18:00
So anyway, about that blog post..?
0 #53 Ron B 2013-08-08 14:58
@Dear Hackers,

Now that is class! lol
0 #52 Ron B 2013-08-08 14:57
@#52 Mathieu
That sounds like great fun. Enjoy the time with family. It's most important. Perhaps we can just delay the celebration 'till you return.
0 #51 Mathieu Valat 2013-08-08 07:46
I will be in a family reunion on Friday 16th in the middle of nowhere, no internet, no cell-phone.
DrBob should be in my lab monday and tuesday, while I am firing up the new experiment.
0 #50 Ron B 2013-08-07 15:51
so how about Friday 16th?

Sounds like a great idea. Will Mat be back from the states by then? It wouldn't be a party without him around!
0 #49 Robert Greenyer 2013-08-07 09:32
@Ron B

Material science is where it is at! A large part of the discussion in this blog will be around just that topic - so tool up!

A google party is a fantastic Idea - 1 year from formation during ICCF17 might be the date... so how about Friday 16th?
+1 #48 Ron B 2013-08-07 01:22
#41 Robert Greenyer 2013-08-05 18:48
Yes... just a few things have come up.

I like the sound of that! I've not been on here as much as I'd like and had found a niche in the data viewing. After many hours of that you become very efficient at analyzing the data quickly and since some of the projects are winding down I've found time to do some research in materials science.
Thanks so much for the update. It sounds very exciting.
I think a 1 year Google Party is in order when everyone gets a breather.
+1 #47 Roger Bird 2013-08-06 22:35
I use Linux Mint 15, and I have been very happy with it. I used Linux Mint 13 for a whole bunch of months and just updated it to 15 and installed it on my son's laptop. (:->)
+1 #46 Robert Ellefson 2013-08-06 21:40
Quoting Ecco:
@Robert Ellefson: try temporarily using a different operating system (e.g. Linux)... I strongly doubt that somebody is specifically targeting your persona.

Thanks for the suggestions, Ecco. I am going to be doing many of these things, and more, in an attempt to rid myself of this nuisance for a while. Unfortunately, I have some reason to believe that multiple computers on my home network have been compromised. Other than a disproportionat e failure rate of my mfmp.org email service as compared to any of my numerous other services, some of which *use the same email server*, I don't have much hard, specific evidence to say that I am being targeted specifically vs. having a random infection crop up.

However, I have been in the computer industry for a long time, and while I am not a computer security expert by any stretch, I'm not a stranger to the subject either. I've got more than raised hackles telling me what's going on here.
+1 #45 Ecco 2013-08-06 21:25
@Robert Ellefson: try temporarily using a different operating system (e.g. Linux), it could be that yours is compromised (maybe due to some virus, trojan, etc) and open to random attacks by ill-willed individuals or even bots who happen to scan your IP address and exploit such vulnerabilities . I strongly doubt that somebody is specifically targeting your persona.

If you're using a Wi-Fi router it could be that somebody cracked your wireless network password, try choosing a stronger one.
+1 #44 Robert Ellefson 2013-08-06 21:15
Well, not everything holding me up right now is good, I have to concede.

It would seem my hackers are back at it, and my work is being disrupted.

Dear Hackers,

Please, do me a solid and hold off on all of the intercepts and intrusions for a while? I promise I'm going to publish everything I'm working on, just as soon as possible! In the meantime, if you are obligated by your employer to stay on this assignment, would you be so kind as to request that one of your colleagues with more sophisticated skills/tools take over this job for a while? Unfortunately, your work is highly disruptive to my work, and I am able to watch some of your signatures activities in my syslogs. If you have any self-respect as a hacker, you will at least hold off a while longer until you are able to hack me without my noticing.

Thank you,

PS - to all of the people who think they are doing a favor to LENR by creating wagering markets: I disagree!
+5 #43 Robert Greenyer 2013-08-06 11:19
Good things, I have been requested for interview with the science editor of a major international financial publication about the project and the field. Preparation for this has taken up my available MFMP time. Robert has been working very hard on building a strong foundation for further expansion of MFMP goals, whilst HUG have been hosting media and lawmakers. Catching up our personal and business commitments outside MFMP, such that we can be effective for MFMP has taken time also. We are unpaid volunteers and right now we can only thank-you for your patience.
+1 #42 Robert Ellefson 2013-08-06 04:26
My plate is certainly full with many, many good things that I'm eager to share as soon as possible. Due diligence is required in order to back up the strength of some of the statements, announcements, and idea discussions we are preparing to disclose. Your patience will not be in vain.
+1 #41 Ecco 2013-08-06 01:53
@Robert Greenyer: bad things or good things? Given the lack of updates today and that the active run for US Cell 1.3A scheduled for today didn't start as expected.
+1 #40 Robert Greenyer 2013-08-06 01:48
Yes... just a few things have come up.

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