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TOPIC: Programmer Application + Congratulations

#333 6 years 4 months ago
Programmer Application + Congratulations

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Good day,

The first Signs of excess heat have been showing, and I must say you guys have no idea how much this means to me. I have been following the Rossi / Defkalion farce for ages and for a while I started to think the entire LENR scene was made up of liars / fools / inaccurate measurements.

Besides the moderate donations there does not seem to be much motivation for you guys to lie. Also no one is making any silly claims based on secrets. Congratulations on the amazing results so far. i am sure you are all very excited to push this to be the new fire.

Now to the real subject of this message.

I want to be a part of this, I have a lot of experience building applications / webpages.
Feel free to PM me for a bit of a resume or something (not putting that out in the open).

The thing i would really be interested in doing is making application to analyse results and based off the substances make predictions on what else might work well and maybe we can find out what properties of the metal relate to the excess heat.

Imagine: NI+Cr (and all it properties like surface) + 100% H = 80W out of 70W = ~110%
NI+Cr + 50% H + 50%He = 100W out of 95W = ~105%
etc...
etc..
With the above example we can relate Hydrogen percentage of the gas directly to the amount of excess heat.
It would also serve as a good log of experiments.
Now a lot of the data is spread out but i would like to help condensing this to recipes that specify every parameter of the experiment so it can be more easily replicated. And being able to export this easily to the web.

I live in The Netherlands (+1gmt) And I have a few spare hours in the evening and Sundays.

Please tell me what you think.

Looking forward to your reply,
Kapytanhook
Last Edit: 6 years 4 months ago by Kapytanhook. Reason: My spelling
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#362 6 years 3 months ago
Programmer Application + Congratulations

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Also, do you allow visits at the french lab?
I live pretty close and i would love to visit and have a talk and see if maybe i could be of value.
I figure you guys might just have missed the message above so this also serves as a bump.

Still looking forward to a reply,
Kapytanhook
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#366 6 years 3 months ago
Programmer Application + Congratulations

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Dear Kapytanhook

Thankyou for your kind words.

We would very much like to have you on board. Mathieu is preparing a mini project for the collaborate section that deals with the data logging and analysis component of this Live Open Science project.

Like you - we are fitting this around our real lives - but in the case of some of us it has taken over! - you are right we are very encouraged by what we see and would like to try and make a difference.

We will be in touch.

Bob
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