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Tear-down and Testing of Orbo O-Cube Cells (Greg Daigle)

Fri, 30/06/2017 - 14:16
The following post has been submitted by Greg DaigleThe last threads from Frank about Steorn’s Orbo “OCube” reported in this forum had mixed results. In E-Cat World you can reference these postings:In summary, the O-Cube appeared not to perform as claimed and the electronic circuitry was suspected as the cause.Since then (February/March 2017), Steorn closed shop, liquidated its assets, and founder Shaun McCarthy and some of his former emploO-Cube Report v2
yees have gone on to new ventures.In early October 2016 Frank sent the OCube he had received from Steorn to me (I am a former member of the Steorn Knowledge Data Base) and I began a teardown of the components.  I acquired a digital oscilloscope and other software to do some analysis of the individual blue cells.  The blue cells were the battery-like components, covered in mastic and purportedly containing rolls of Shaun’s “magic film” capable of recharging themselves.  Testing was as time allowed.This report highlights that testing of the blue cells and the results.  From these tests the following conclusions were reached regarding individual blue cells:
  1. They do not harvest energy from the environment
  2. They do recharge themselves as claimed by Steorn
I remain open to doing additional tests as time allows.  Looking forward to critiques and ideas to test.My report is here: http://e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/O-Cube-Report-v2.pdf O-Cube Report v2
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MFMP Begins Testing of ECCO Fuel

Fri, 30/06/2017 - 04:17

Bob Greenyer has been posting on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Steemit site about their progress in testing of fuel that has been sent to them from Indian researcher Suhas Ralkar, the inventor of the ECCO reactor, which he claims to be a working LENR device.

The MFMP are planning to visit Suhas in India, but before taking that trip, they have been sent fuel which they have begun testing. Bob posted this today:

For those that are unfamiliar with Suhas Ralkar’s process for creating Nickel foil – please check out our previous article here. Nickel Sulphate is mixed with de-ionised water, the combination of which is used to electro-deposit Nickel foil onto 304 Stainless Steel by way 300khz of 200V DC ultrasonic ‘hydrogen plasma’ and in sympathy vibrations.

According to a previous MFMP post, Suhas’s fuel starts out with this:

There are two types of fuel Suhas produced and ran, both of which contain 60% Titanium + 5% Carbon black + 5% Potassium Carbonate + 10% Lithium Hydroxide

In addition, during processing:

“1x” fuel has 10% Nickel + 10 % Molybdenum
“final” fuel has 20% Nickel

In their most recent post, the MFMP now states that testing suggests that the used fuel has been shown to include gold, silver, palladium, holmium and tantalum, which was not in the original fuel.

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Ross v. IH Trial begins on June 28th.

Thu, 29/06/2017 - 03:30

We have had plenty of discussion here over the last year and a half or so in connection with the Rossi v. Industrial Heat et. al lawsuit, and there have been hundreds of documents posted in connection with the case. Now the moment that Andrea Rossi has been waiting for — his moment in court — has arrived.

For most people in the world this is a nonevent. I think very few people are aware that there is a multimillion dollar lawsuit about cold fusion/LENR taking place. It’s no surprise that the news media are not paying attention to the case, since LENR is either dismissed or ignored by the majority of reporters and pundits.

Luckily, for those of us interested in the events, there is someone who is attending the trial in Miami, Florida and reporting about it online. That is Abd Lomax, who has posted on this site many times, and who has a website called Cold Fusion Community. It seems that his site will be an important resource for those of us who are interested in the proceedings of the case. The link to his website is: http://coldfusioncommunity.net/

According to Abd, today was mainly taken up with the seating of the jury, and the lawywers making opening statements. He says that Rossi’s lawyer, Brian Chaiken, used material from a recent post on the Sifferkoll website.

I’m glad there is at least one person who has taken the time and trouble to attend the trial, and who is willing to report about it to the rest of us.

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ECW Website Issues

Tue, 27/06/2017 - 16:16
This is just to let people know that there have been some problems with the E-Cat World website that are going to require me to migrate the site to a new server. I hope to have the migration accomplished in a day or two. Hopefully this will be accomplished with the minimum of downtime. The […]
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Me356 Gives Feedback to MFMP

Sat, 24/06/2017 - 15:32
Following the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s inconclusive testing with me356’s AURA reactor last month, many people have wondered what the status is with that situation, and whether there will be any follow up. A new post on the MFMP’s steemit account today gives provides some information on this subject. From the quotes from me356 it […]
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“Isotopic and Elemental Composition of Substance in Nickel-Hydrogen Heat Generators” (Alexander Parkhomov et al.)

Tue, 20/06/2017 - 12:12
I received the following presentation from Alexander Parkhomov, along with this introductory explanation: Dear Frank, I think that it is useful to readers of the E-Cat World website to pay attention to the presentation of Parkhomov’s report with co-authors, «Isotopic and Elemental Composition of Substance in Nickel-Hydrogen Heat Generators» presented at the  12th International Workshop […]
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ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics Report Breakthrough in Algae Biofuel Research (Press Release)

Tue, 20/06/2017 - 11:57
The following press release was published on June 19th, 2017 jointly by ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170619005187/en/ Algae strain developed and modified by Synthetic Genomics more than doubled oil production Additional research and testing required before commercial application Results published in peer-reviewed journal Nature Biotechnology IRVING, Texas & LA JOLLA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– ExxonMobil and Synthetic […]
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EmDrive — A Challenge to Scientific Orthodoxy (Roger Shawer)

Sat, 17/06/2017 - 01:03
A reader forwarded to me a presentation by Roger Shawyer, the British inventor of the EmDrive, who reports he has been given permission by the UK Department of Defense to put this in the public domain. Mr Shawyer would like to have this presentation circulated as widely as possible. http://www.e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Shrivenham-presentation-V.3.pdf
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MFMP Seeks Crowd Input in Analyzing “Unexpected Results” in ECCO Fuel and Foil Spectrometry Data

Fri, 16/06/2017 - 06:31
A new post on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Steemit page provides results of testing on fuel and foil used in the ECCO reactor built by Indian researcher Suhas Ralkar. The MFMP is intending to go to India in the near future to test this reactor, but they already have been sent some samples for […]
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Trial By Jury: Rossi v. IH Trial to Begin June 26

Mon, 12/06/2017 - 12:21
There have been some questions about when the start date of the Rossi v. IH trial, and Tom Conover asked Rossi about this directly on the Journal of Nuclear Physics Today. Tom Conover June 11, 2017 at 9:37 PM Dear Andrea, Greetings to you and your team! Things are heating up. It has been said […]
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Article: Judge Denies Summary Judgments in Rossi-IH Case

Fri, 09/06/2017 - 15:29
Thanks to an ECW reader for forwardig to me a link to an article that appeared on the legal research website Law360 on May 17 2017, reporting on the decision by federal judge Cecilia Altonaga who is presiding over the Rossi-IH ase to deny requests by both legal teams to decide the case on summary […]
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Estimation of Theories, Applied to the LENR Field, and Others?

Wed, 07/06/2017 - 20:04
The following post has been submitted by RicalWikis In the report about IWAHLM 2017, David J. Nagel questions LENR theoreticians about the completion of their theories. This questioning seems excellent. This questioning seems also valid for any other theories. What could happen if we question present theories through the David J. Nagel questions? 1. How […]
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Bazhutov et. al. Again Claim “Large Excess Heat” (COP of 3) in Plasma Electrolysis System

Tue, 06/06/2017 - 13:29
About a year ago we featured a video of a team of Russian LENR researchers led by Yuri N. Bazhutov which showed an experiment in which they claimed to achieve a COP of 2.78 in plasma electrolysis system with a NaOH (sodium hydroxide) electrolyte and a tungsten electrode. I hadn’t heard any updates from this […]
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12th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals to be held in Asti, Italy Next Week

Sun, 04/06/2017 - 14:41
There’s a meeting taking place in Asti, in northern Italy next week which looks to be an interesting event for people interested in LENR. The title of the workshop is “12th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals” and is being sponsored by ISCMNS, LENRIA, JCFRS, FSCMNS, Airbus Group, HERA, and Nichenergy. The website […]
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LENR and the Climate Debate

Fri, 02/06/2017 - 14:13
Since climate change is front and center in the news, after President Trump announced that the United States’ withdrawl from the Paris Climate Accord, I thought it might be appropriate to broach the topic here. Andrea Rossi has made a lengthy comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics on the topic that I thought would […]
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LENR Article in a German Newspaper

Thu, 01/06/2017 - 12:24
The following post has been submitted by Wilfried Lesnik  Dear Ladies and Gentlemans, I would like to draw your intention to an article which was released on May 30th 2017 in the Berliner Zeitung, a Berlin newspaper. It sums up the events regarding LENR starting with Fleischmann & Pons until the recent ones, including all […]
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LENR is Not So Easy, But Worth the Effort

Wed, 31/05/2017 - 12:43
For many years now we have seen various efforts to demonstrate clear LENR reactions in an open setting, and so far this has proven to be a rather elusive goal. The recent attempt by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project to test a reactor of Me356 is another disappointment which leaves many questions unanswered. My takeaway […]
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MFMP and Me356 Testing — Monday, May 29

Mon, 29/05/2017 - 12:05
Here’s a new thread for another day of testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project who are going again to visit Me356. From the testing so far, there has been no clear evidence that Me356 has a working LENR reactor. Me356 has posted some comments on the previous thread explaining that he has been working […]
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MFMP and Me356 Testing — Saturday May 27

Sat, 27/05/2017 - 10:51
Here is a new thread for a new day of potential testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of Me356’s claimed LENR system. Friday’s testing did not show excess energy from the sparge testing, and the MFMP had planned to return today for continued work. There have some posts by Bob Greenyer on the previous […]
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Friday May 26, MFMP Testing Me356 LENR Reactor

Fri, 26/05/2017 - 05:19
Here’s a new thread dedicated to the actual testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of the claimed LENR reactor that has been built by researcher “Me356”. Recent posts have dealt with the preparation the MFMP team has been making for the testing, but I thought it would be appropriate to start a new thread […]
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