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Author Topic: Dr. Jones - Current Research and Historical Notes  (Read 58472 times)
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Our paper questioning the official US Government story regarding the destruction of the WTC Towers and WTC-building 7 has had over 200,000 full-text views since 24 August 2016 when it was published in Europhysics News. We understand that the previous record for this journal was about 10,000 full-text views.

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  As part of research I'm doing on Big G, I've come across reference to the paper below - and I wonder if anyone can find it "free" on the internet. Peter is very good at this, for example!
 
   It would be very useful - a method to measure gravitational G using interferometry.

   

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Steven,

is this what you are looking for:  http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4173270

You can download it as a PDF file on the top right corner.


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Yes - that is exactly the paper I was looking for, Itsu.  Perhaps others will find it interesting also.
Thank you!

Steven,

is this what you are looking for:  http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4173270

You can download it as a PDF file on the top right corner.


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  At the ICCF conference held at the Univ of Missouri in 2013, I gave a paper on "anomalous heat effects"  (AHE) and predicted that, if I was correct, then H2 gas would be as effective as D2 gas. 

  This report from recent Japanese research (which I consider to be careful work) --

http://vixra.org/pdf/1612.0250v1.pdf


Conclusion of the paper:

The sustainable AHE as observed for Pd1Ni7/zirconia (or /meso-silica) and Cu1Ni7/zirconia (or meso-silica) at elevated temperatures (200-300 deg C) have been repeatedly observed after D(H)/M dynamic loading ratios saturated. Averaged η-values at the elevated temperature conditions exceeded 1 keV/D(H) (or 100 MJ/mol-D(H)-transferred). So the explanation by chemical reaction origin is very difficult to fit to this observation. We have given the explanation by the condensed cluster fusion theory (TSC models) as 4D/TSC fusion for D-charging and 4H/TSC WS fusion for H-charging. Why AHE by H-charging showed comparable (or more) excess heat-power to those by D-charging is of mystery to be studied further. However, the sustainable AHE power by Cu1Ni7/zirconia with H-gas charging is very promising result to look forward its industrial application of cheap distributable thermal energy devices.

Note that Pd is not needed; and D2 is not needed!  " H-charging showed comparable (or more) excess heat-power to those by D-charging" !!!
   
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A bold conclusion indeed .

and hope for the future  O0
   
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  I've always enjoyed woopyjump's videos.  Here's his latest, apparently recoil-less propulsion using a gyroscope system.  As some of you may recall (See: http://www.overunityresearch.com/index.php?topic=3237.0), I've been working on recoil-less propulsion also - but with a completely different approach.

  Enjoy:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3b8-AOvzaM&feature=em-subs_digest
   
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  Thank you, Chet - very interesting!
   
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  The latest from our colleague in Belgium, Laurent (woopyjump) -- is very well done IMO:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoDj5KlJztc&feature=em-uploademail

  Here we observe what certainly appears to be non-conservation of angular momentum - a big surprise (if true)!
   

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The bike wheel ( a torsional pendulum) moves in one direction when the gyro brass weight is moving in the opposite direction. Before the torsional pendulum has a chance to swing back, the brass weight comes around again and accelerates, and the wheel moves in the opposite direction again. How is this a violation of CofM? The torsional pendulum has a natural frequency of oscillation. It is getting a timed push from the opposite motion of the brass wheel, and so it accumulates angular displacement, just as an ordinary pendulum accumulates vertical displacement if it is given small pushes at the right time.

Let's see now if the same thing happens, or doesn't happen, if the "gyro" part of the experiment is removed, by stopping the spinning of the brass weight and just swinging it around on its vertical axis, with the same alternations of speed as before.


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  TK - I agree that further work is needed before firm conclusions are drawn.

  I have a further suggestion for an experiment, and have stopped in our travels to make a quick post - which I also made to Laurent.
 
   Rotate the device 180-degrees, so now the "push" should be in the opposite direction.*  Now see which direction (counter-clockwise or clockwise?) the bicycle wheel turns.  Even though it will take longer (I think) to make a complete turn, the bicycle wheel should still rotate.  Which direction the bike wheel rotates will tell us something!


*Alternatively, move the device without rotating it, to the OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE BICYCLE WHEEL.

PS - Woopy's latest vid (part 7) is here:  https://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=x5mBI-ll86HDyM39&u=/watch%3Fv%3Dp3iEy5sprpA%26feature%3Dem-uploademail
   
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Am glad he followed up on your comments, TK and Steve.
That first gyro was definitely stopping at the same point momentarily each rotation and, in my opinion, introducing the effect.
However, still good to see as it was the 'kid on a swing' principle, in this case using an error to manifest and magnify.
His test set up may be a large version of tiny natural processes, using such errors on purpose within biological systems. 


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Thanks, Mark.
The latest from Laurent:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WBD5hZu0t4&feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=1X1BbXfPgaQNdIjg-6


I take note especially of those instances when the device goes left just a little, before proceeding to the right with the substrate NOT moving to the left (evidently recoil-less).


I posted further comments there.
   
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  I worked on "hot fusion" before turning to "muon-catalyzed cold fusion", and would like to note this intriguing development and patent in the thermonuclear fusion arena:

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Lockheed Martin has secretly been developing a game-changing compact nuclear fusion reactor that could potentially fit into a fighter jet. The Maryland-based defense contractor recently obtained a patent associated with its design for a fully compact fusion reactor, after filing for the patent in 2014.

If the latest patent from the defense company serves as a benchmark, nuclear fusion technology could revolutionize the aeronautic industry and eventually begin the quantum leap from fossil fuels to compact fusion reactors for the industry.

According to CBS Washington, the prototype system would be the size of a normal shipping container but capable of producing enough energy to power 80,000 residential homes or a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, sometime in the next year or so.

The patent, tilted “Encapsulating Magnetic Fields for Plasma Confinement,” is dated Feb. 15, 2018. CBS indicates that Skunk Works, also known as Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs or its advanced R&D group, has reportedly been developing the compact fusion reactor since about 2014, with latest reports suggesting the technology could be ready for production by 2019.

More:  https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-30/lockheed-martin-patents-nuclear-fusion-powered-fighter-jet

   
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