Fwd: AIAS Policy towards “Cold Fusion”



Subject: Fwd: AIAS Policy towards “Cold Fusion”
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 08:44:17 EDT

I have never been convinced Myron that overcoming the massive repulsive forces necessary is possible (even plausible within standard physics) in a laboratory experiment. If it has now been achieved it is unlikely that it can be explained fully and properly within the standard model. It must need the input of a massive amount of energy (probably “non-conventional energy” from some sort of resonance) to counter the repulsive forces.

As you say, this is a big experiment (with a big N as a reward) that appeals to those with big personal ambitions. Whether or not searching for this has been a wise use of resources, within a flawed standard model, is another question. If it is correct it will be great – but almost certainly fortuituous (and involving processes that go beyond the standard model). Now that ECE theory has been developed, it makes much more sense to base future experiments on what is now known to be possible (whilst strictly conserving energy etc).

Best, Gareth

Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 04:09:45 -0400
Subject: Fwd: AIAS Policy towards “Cold Fusion”

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Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 04:09:14 -0400
Subject: AIAS Policy towards “Cold Fusion”

There is no problem in explaining this, or anything genuine piece of experimental work, with ECE theory, I had already given an explanation a couple of years ago. However, this area of physics is so notorious that I have steered AIAS away from it for ten years. A member of staff of AIAS who is competent in Cartan geometry may like to look at this or alternatively give me details. I am not very keen on reading newspaper accounts or second hand websites, I prefer the original scientific paper with as much detail as possible. Recently “The Western Mail” was caught lying about me in a very cynical manner, I never read newspapers because they are likely to be full of garble, they are best used for lighting coal fires. Cold fusion and superconductivity are Nobel Prize chasing happenings. Better to get a Civil List Pension for some real work. We are agreed that the big N is now nearly meaningless.

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Subject: The Fleischmann/Pons experiment 20 year anniversary
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 18:59:40 +1100

Dear Myron,

The news about the presumed detection of high energy neutrons in a new experiment is everywhere. Apparently, it is now considered confirmed that excess heat has been detected. However, there is still heated controversy about the nature of the process. See http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16820-neutron-tracks-revive-hopes-for-cold-fusion.html.

Could ECE theory account for it?

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Good summary again by Dr G. J. Evans of Ceredigion County Council, My view is that the coal industry should be restarted – giving about two or three hundred years of time for research. Common sense is always a good idea.


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