Monthly Archives: November 2012

Automated Android Electrolysis System: Experiments 1-25

The series of experiments utilizing borax as an electrolyte, combined thoriated tungsten and standard US 5 cent nickel cathodes, and an automated control and data collection system has been completed. The results demonstrated the utility of the method for examining … Continue reading

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Universal LENR Reactor – Coming Soon

I spoke to Dale Basgall on the phone last Monday, which turned out to be a very interesting conversation.  Mr. Basgall is a very talented inventor and mechanic, and we talked about some of the bumps and high points along … Continue reading

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Magnetic Domain Part 2

Dale Basgall has continued his work on mapping magnetic fields, which he speculates may be important for LENR.  It is tedious work, which he has performed over the last week or so.  Thanks to Dale for all his hard work … Continue reading

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Celani Replication Project – First Run Soon: UPDATE: Running Now!

The project to replicate Francesco Celani’s LENR reactor will possibly be starting the first experimental run today. From the progress blog, the following is noted (emphasis mine). Today the loading has leveled off. The resistance of the Celani wire is … Continue reading

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Automated Android Electrolysis System (AAES) – Experiments 4-11

I have conducted 8 more experiments using the AAES system presented previously.  The results further demonstrate the value of this system for investigating some parameters that may be of interest for LENR.  So far, the system has not demonstrated the … Continue reading

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Celani Replication Project – Hydrogen Loading Begins

Over at the progress blog for the Celani Replication Project, it is reported that the calibration of the cell has been completed and hydrogen loading of Celani’s specially treated wires has commenced.  The hydrogen loading of the wire is necessary … Continue reading

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Hobbyist Science – LENR Part 2

In a post yesterday, I introduced the idea of using an Android controlled programmable controller for exploring electrolysis heat production. I am presenting another chart here from an experiment that was run today for a longer length of time. The … Continue reading

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Hobbyist Science – Investigating LENR Parameters

This writer has developed an automated electrolytic system for control and data collection for exploring LENR parameters. As it is very expensive for the equipment to do advanced data logging and calorimetry, I have developed some methods of exploring variables … Continue reading

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LENR – Magnetic Domain

In this presentation, Dale Basgall, explores magnetic fields.  He feels that a better understanding of the geometry of these fields will be important for being able to use these fields with LENR.  He presents some of his independent research on … Continue reading

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