Titanium deuteride / palladium deuteride and a liquid nitrogen bath
At ICCF-17 in Korea, 2012, a Texas University researcher reported large production of neutrons when a transition metal, loaded with deuterium was dropped into a liquid nitrogen - but this was essentially an inspired interpretation of Francesco Scaramuzzi's 1989 work.
Since the MFMP will soon have neutron detectors in a range of locations and we have already shown the visual practicality of bubble detectors - thanks to our donors, we have now secured a hydrogen generator so that we can make D2 from heavy water.
This experiment is suitable for live presentation and whilst it would not demonstrate useful excess heat, it should end the rhetoric from those that say nuclear processes are impossible in condensed matter and are not willing or able to dig about for the evidence to help them understand where the story is going. Moreover, no one could argue about the temperature being low!
Suggestions welcome on design of the drop experiment apparatus, way of processing the material and research into the work of Scaramuzzi. Challenges are the pressures that Scaramuzzi used - but could it be as simple as dropping a heavily loaded transition metal into liquid nitrogen as the Texas researcher claimed?
Other than needing to get some fresh bubble detectors, we will soon have the means to find out.