Automated Android Electrolysis System: Experiments 1-25
|November 22, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Hobbyist LENR, Universal LENR Reactor|
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 excess heat production from LENR in an Edisonian manner. There were a few exciting false positives, but further experimentation disproved the apparently positive results. It is best to assume that LENR is not taking place and to attempt to conduct additional experiments in order to test alternative hypotheses. I have compiled the analysis of all experiments conducted in a single PowerPoint presentation. No positive results may not be overly exciting, but the hobbyist attempting to utilize the scientific method may find the approach useful, and the seasoned scientist may find a few useful ideas related to automated experimentation. At the very end of the presentation, you will find Experiment 25, which is the most convincing demonstration that no excess heating was taking place.
NOTE: I have not disproved that these combination of factors can produce excess heat. I’ve only shown that there is no rapid onset of excess heat within a maximum of 5 hours. I’m not interested in methods that take days to initiate reactions currently, nor am I interested in small amounts of excess heat. That can be left to the dedicated lab scientist.
I look forward to developing additional methods, control systems, and data collection systems with the Universal LENR Reactor.