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Posted on 04/28/2012 9:44:57 PM PDT by Kevmo
Cold Fusion in Italian High School
April 23, 2012
A new and very interesting report is coming again out of Italy. The Repubblica Roma web site is reporting about a project carried out by teachers and students at the Leopoldo Pirelli industrial high school in Rome in which students have built cold fusion cells which according to one of the instructors involved have achieved excess heat levels of 400 per cent. A slide show of the devices can be seen here.
Following this report, one of the instructors involved with the project, Ugo Abundo, emailed Daniele Passerini of the 22passi blog and provided more information. Abundo said that the cells used free nanopowders in the cathode which they have patented. Abundo says that in a few days video and technical details will be made available (presumably online). It also appears that Passerini will be working to help publicize the project.
That’s because it’s exothermic endothermic.
Laughing too hard. Still.
Seems like you’re laughing about making a fool of yourself. Do you know anything about this or just love playing games? Did you do the math? Or do you just like to heckle posters?
Ni62 has the same binding energy as Fe. So everything “lighter” (such as Ni58) is theoretically usable for exothermic fusion reactions.
My calculation for Ni58 + H to Cu59 results in a mass defect (excess mass) of .003784879 and is therefor exothermic.
If true, then why are you on every thread, working your little heart out to promulgate the "holy position of the tokamak fanboys"?
But I learned an interesting thing yesterday. I was doing a search on cold fusion, specifically to get the latest info on George Miley and his results, when I happened to hit another discussion forum with a CF thread. The major "anti" poster (calling himself "johndoe") used EXACTLY the same tactics, talking points, and attitude that you have here. So either that was you under another name, or you guys work from a script. I wonder who wrote the script.
How many more "independent chemistry labs" do you want to work on it?? Storm's book lists FOUR THOUSAND research papers related to various aspects of cold fusion from labs all over the world. Even if Sturgeon's Law applies, that is still four hundred legitimate confirmations.
I’ll add paranoid to your long list of character traits, like conspiracy theorist, braggart, prevaricator, conceited, and gullible.
The applicable law in this case would be Barnum's.
Yup. Tactics identical to "johndoe". Same script. The similarities are truly enlightening.
You got me. I’m part of a vast conspiracy against the gullible.
When cold fusion is a graded, required laboratory exercise for graduate students in chemistry, let me know....