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Why 'unworkable' technologies are "possible" while it's more 'workable' counterparts are "im

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posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:48 AM
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I wonder why 'unworkable' technologies like "hot" fusion reactors(requires ridiculous amount of heat(lot hotter than sun's core) to work), and conventional superconductor(requires liquid helium and nitrogen that makes equipments that uses them bulky) as well high temperature superconductor that can requires 'unreasonable' amount of research to become room temperature superconductors are "possible" according to the accepted "scientific method" while more 'workable' counterparts of those technologies like "cold" fusion reactors(works by fusion reaction or whatever else that produces virtually limitless amount of energy on room temperature) and room temperature superconductors based on monoatomics like monoatomic gold(A.K.A. White Powder) that requires far more 'reasonable' amount of research are "impossible" according to the accepted "scientific method"?

and what's wrong with the accepted "scientific method"?




posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:25 AM
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It's because accepted science is backed up by significant and reliable experimental evidence.

The other is backed up by science fiction stories.



posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 03:31 AM
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Originally posted by masonicon
more 'workable' counterparts of those technologies like "cold" fusion reactors(works by fusion reaction or whatever else that produces virtually limitless amount of energy on room temperature)


If you want to experiment with cold fusion, nobody is stopping you.

One regular guy even claims to be experimenting with hot fusion.

Thanks to the internet, you can do all the research you want on these topics to find out what the published research on these topics so far has revealed.

Based on your statement about limitless energy from cold fusion it appears you need to do more research. I'll give you a head start:

U.S. Navy Cold Fusion Research

There must be at least 30 downloadable papers at the bottom of that link on cold fusion, written by Navy researchers.

I've read some other papers on the topic also. Apparently the source of Palladium makes a difference for unknown reasons, so there's some kind of mystery about why that is so, but that also raises doubts that the effect seen is really cold fusion.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:35 AM
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Originally posted by Arbitrageur

Originally posted by masonicon
more 'workable' counterparts of those technologies like "cold" fusion reactors(works by fusion reaction or whatever else that produces virtually limitless amount of energy on room temperature)


If you want to experiment with cold fusion, nobody is stopping you.

One regular guy even claims to be experimenting with hot fusion.

Thanks to the internet, you can do all the research you want on these topics to find out what the published research on these topics so far has revealed.

Based on your statement about limitless energy from cold fusion it appears you need to do more research. I'll give you a head start:

U.S. Navy Cold Fusion Research

There must be at least 30 downloadable papers at the bottom of that link on cold fusion, written by Navy researchers.

I've read some other papers on the topic also. Apparently the source of Palladium makes a difference for unknown reasons, so there's some kind of mystery about why that is so, but that also raises doubts that the effect seen is really cold fusion.

So why "Scientific Method" are ends up as mere tool for censoring Independent Thinkers?

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posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 08:17 AM
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It's not. Unsubstantiated claims by "independent thinkers" that are not backed up by data nor repeatable in controlled conditions don't get much of a looking though. Posting a couple of youtube vids and some mumbo-jumbo psuedo-scientific explanations is no substitutue for using scientific method to obtain results and backup assertions. Talk is cheap and all that.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:08 PM
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Originally posted by john_bmth
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It's not. Unsubstantiated claims by "independent thinkers" that are not backed up by data nor repeatable in controlled conditions don't get much of a looking though. Posting a couple of youtube vids and some mumbo-jumbo psuedo-scientific explanations is no substitutue for using scientific method to obtain results and backup assertions. Talk is cheap and all that.

and Why this is different story if that claims are requires lot of money and 'unreasonable' amount of research and "hot" Fusion is ridiculous because it requires multi-billion dollar machines that runs at temperature that lot hotter than our Sun's core and Pressurized Monoatomic Gold and Silver can be used for miniaturization of devices that utilizes Room Temperature Superconductor and make it more practical than ever. You know we live in the age where greed is valued above anything else(including Human Creative Potential), plus Theory of Evolution isn't repeatable in the Controlled conditions and Independent Thinking is whats makes Humans Human

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