From Ryan Hunt:
After a couple months of near zero blog entries from the HUG labs, it probably seemed like we weren't doing any experiments. ... And, we weren't. We shifted our focus for a while on building some domestic water reprocessing equipment for Paul's house. But, we took advantage of a lull in that project this week, and fired up the H2 Splitting cell. This morning we noticed a fairly regular tick in the resistance, the temperatures, and the pressures. Check it out below:
Data available at: data.hugnetlab.com under test FC0408 - LENR Cam: Hydrogen Splitting
Full lab notes in our Evernote lab notebook.
Over the last 3 days, the oscillations have stopped for a while and then restarted. The pressure, though, is more noisy when the oscillations in the temperature are not present.
Meanwhile, there is minor oscillation in the resistance that looks like a sawtooth wave if you zoom in close during the early part of this test where the resistance is generally falling.
We are not sure what to make of all this. What is going on in there? Eyeballs and ideas would be welcome on this mystery.