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I read that blog and some of the comments...did you see the one by Rossi? He's offering advice on how to make the measurements more accurate (with the implication that without his suggestion they may not be accounting for everything).
Originally posted by moebius
Cell ran on Saturday for 6 hours. Then it was moved to the conference area on Sunday and has been running continuously up to now for 55 hours!!!
Average excess heat 14 Watt, maximum 22 Watt.
I wish I was in Austin right now.
Originally posted by fourthmeal
So much for "laws" of physics, eh?
Because nuclei are all positively charged, they strongly repel one another. Normally, in the absence of a catalyst such as a muon, very high kinetic energies are required to overcome this repulsion. Extrapolating from known fusion rates, the rate for uncatalyzed fusion at room-temperature energy would be 50 orders of magnitude lower than needed to account for the reported excess heat.