Two of the fun people we met at ICCF18 were both named Paul Breed. They are dynamic father/son duo that like to make cool things like rockets happen when they aren't at their main jobs. Lately they have taken a liking to LENR. You can see their interesting test cells described amidst the cool rocket blog here: Unreasonable Rocket
(and both Paul Breeds)
Not Rocket Science---->
(but just as cool!)
Over dinner, Paul (pictured above) started rattling off a bunch of things he would do if he was asked to do a validation test. It was very timely because of the Defkalion live video demo that had happened that day, not to mention the Rossi validation that was published a couple months ago. So, I asked him for some notes on his thoughts. What I got is an awesome start for putting together the ultimate test protocol for a black box LENR type device. Please help us make this document complete and articulate.
My hope is that if we are asked to do a validation of a device without being able to see inside the device everyone including the inventor, our team, and the general public will know what to expect and be able to trust the results. Furthermore, I hope this helps to set the bar for anyone doing a validation test or public demo.
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