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TOPIC: Greetings to all.. 'I want to beleive'

#885 5 years 6 months ago
Greetings to all.. 'I want to beleive'

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Hello, I am an engineering researcher in Oregon whom has been following LENR for the past few years but still harbors significant doubts due to the apparent lack of reproducibility. I am experienced with and have access to automated test control and data acquisition apparatus, radiation monitoring (IR and high energy), and power/current control as well as calorimetry. I am experienced with performing and publishing scientific research, evaluating controls and data, and am willing to help out in almost any way possible.

One test that I am well equipped to perform would be confirmatory tests on NANOR devices, if/when they become more widely available.

In looking at the recent english report on Parkhomov's work (attached), something jumped out at me that I wonder if you can resolve.
Slide 7 shows an enclosure for reducing the power required to heat the reactor. Was this used during the collection of data shown on page 11 and 12?

It was too large to attach, this is the translation I refer to:
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#889 5 years 5 months ago
Greetings to all.. 'I want to beleive'

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Dear Cuisinart,

Thanks for getting in contact. As you are aware, we have done everything conceivably possible to establish the approach taken by Dr. Parkhomov.

In the coming weeks, the MFMP and quite possibly a number of other groups will be attempting to verify the approach.

I think after that you can have more idea of what you want to do research on.

We will publish everything.
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