posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 07:44 PM
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.
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
If the only source we have for this is a blog, it's hard to get excited since whether you accept Rossi's advice or not, there are more ways to
measure something wrong, than to measure it right. I got a little excited when the US Navy said they confirmed neutrons in a LENR (in some formal
results they published, rather than just a blog), but then they subsequently dropped the LENR research which makes you wonder.
It also makes me wonder when LENR experimenters are using nickel, since nickel is a component of batteries, which can produce excess heat, for a
limited period of time, without raising any eyebrows or without requiring any type of LENR.