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Chris1171
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 9:28 am    Post subject: Re: Wikipedia "Cold fusion controversy" Reply with quote

Hello,

I believe the cold fusion idea was that hydrogen adsorbed into palladium
formed a part of the palladium lattice so that the elecrons of the hydrogen
became part of the electron "gas" in the metal and the protons became
incorperated by a quantum mechanical effect so that they were much closer
together than normal, in which case a quantum tunneling of mesons occured so
that the hydrogen nuclie fused, first to duterium and then to helium nuclie.
This process does not emit any neutrons but positrons would be expected and
their energetic emmission causes the heating effect as their anhilliation
with electrons and the recoil of the helium nuclei.

I don't know why electrlysis is involved, I would have thought that a tube
of hydrogen at atmosphreric pressure with a palladium filiament suspended
inside would be sufficient.

If you do this the palladium filiament glows red hot and then white hot
after a few days. It then can be used as a lamp.

I have no idea what is happening. It is only a recollection of an
experiment I did in about 1969 somewhere in England.

As my reward I had something very nasty done to me.

In Britain inventors are rewarded with punishment just like ancient Rome.
They said it was "Strategic" like my el-cheapo hydrogen bomb, only $10 to
blow up a city.

Chris.
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wfaxon@gis.net
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 6:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Wikipedia "Cold fusion controversy" Reply with quote

Skeptics here will be interested to know that Jed Rothwell has
terminated his effort to update the Wikipedia cold fusion pages. See:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:JedRothwell

Jed Rothwell no longer contributes to Wikipedia. He regrets that he
wasted time and effort at Wikipedia, when he should have heeded
Schiller's warning: "Mit der Dummheit kaempfen Goetter selbst
vergebens." ('Against stupidity the gods themselves struggle in vain.')
(Maid of Orleans, act 3, sc. 6). ...

-Walter
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Bradley K. Sherman
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Wikipedia "Cold fusion controversy" Reply with quote

In article <1146248588.724180.165210@e56g2000cwe.googlegroups.com>,
<wfaxon@gis.net> wrote:
Quote:
Skeptics here will be interested to know that Jed Rothwell has
terminated his effort to update the Wikipedia cold fusion pages. See:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:JedRothwell

Jed Rothwell no longer contributes to Wikipedia. He regrets that he
wasted time and effort at Wikipedia, when he should have heeded
Schiller's warning: "Mit der Dummheit kaempfen Goetter selbst
vergebens." ('Against stupidity the gods themselves struggle in vain.')
(Maid of Orleans, act 3, sc. 6). ...


Hopefully Jed will return to his honest work providing the world
with CF water heaters. I ordered mine over a decade ago and I'm
still waiting for delivery.

--bks
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Kirk Shanahan
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PostPosted: Mon May 01, 2006 12:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Wikipedia "Cold fusion controversy" Reply with quote

So the only question is now whether you all at Wiki will try to remove
the rampant proCf bais of Rothwell from the articles.

---
Kirk Shanahan {My opinions...noone else's}
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