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0 #8 Elizalde Dao-anis 2018-04-15 09:14
It has been channelled that cold fusion requires ultrasonics. It is said from channelling that two ultrasonic generators are needed for this to work where two oscillating frequencies beat against each other, (almost in unison but not quite) to give remainders of the nulling affecting the chemistry leading to cold fusion. It can be referred to as residual oscillation.
This was the missing element that Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann did not consider when they did their experiment in their lab. There were two other factors present in the room that they did not consider, one was a mild magnetic field created by a transformer on the other side of the wall. But the other thing, the more profound thing, was the presence of a number of oscillations in the megahertz range being created by a piece of equipment. This clearly states the reason why when others tried to replicate what they did, they were not able to get the same results.
So how about experimenting on this?
*Adding ultrasound waves of very high amplitudes…
*Producing ultrasound waves through magnetism instead of electricity…
I feel this information will lead us to finally making cold fusion work for the benefit of the human race.
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+1 #7 AJ Boozer 2016-12-07 04:18
8) Thank you for the opportunity to comment and possibly help with important and interesting research
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+1 #6 Fredrick 2016-04-30 22:51
When will 5.3 be finished? When will the results be presented?
Is it time now for MFMP team to start designing a high COP apparatus that can run for weeks and be put inside a simple calorimeter?
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+2 #5 Clovis 2016-02-23 20:53
Hi, Guys, hey i donated back on 11/14/14 by Pay PAL i think Rayn took the donation, but it was not included in the donation list, or i couldn't find it, do i still get to hear the latest. on your excitement, i too have been a good follower. and contributor. and sometime helper.
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+3 #4 Peter Kennette 2015-01-19 23:57
I have been following LENR for many years. One thing missing from any of the successful attempts is broad electromagnetic spectrum recording. It is quite possible that only a narrow IR spectrum is required to trigger the reaction, falling within the heaters output. This could account for the wires appearing dark in the Lugano test.

Monitoring the input power as well as voltage and current at a fairly high sampling rate should prove informative even on a moderately successful test. Anomalies are the key. If in step with EMF changes, highly informative.
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+1 #3 Neil Lizotte 2014-12-31 07:47
I think you should run a fundraiser on Indiegogo starting in March 2015. I have seen projects like Solar Roadways make over 2 million in 47 days. Take Care LENR is real
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+1 #2 Chuck 2014-11-19 21:19
Quoting Chuck:
Guys, have you consulted at all with the fellow who identifies himeslf as "Giancarlo" on Mats Lewan's blog:


Permalink:

https://matslew.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/interview-on-radio-show-free-energy-quest-tonight/#comment-4030

Also, the fellows at Earthtech seem to have quite a bit of measurement experience in this area and extend an offer to verify CF claims for free:

http://earthtech.org/cold-fusion/
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+2 #1 Ed Baker 2014-10-23 16:00
On your e-cat replication project, you should try to power your AC current to your heating coils with a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), that is capable of providing an AC frequency maybe as high as 1000 hertz. Maybe this will cause some weird effect to happen due to the electrical induction on the elements in the fuel.
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