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Author Topic: Dr. Jones - Current Research and Historical Notes  (Read 37686 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.

You may learn more about the metrics of our article here:
http://www.europhysicsnews.org/articles/epn/abs/2016/04/epn2016474p21/epn2016474p21.html

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PDF (596.9 KB) "- on the right-hand side of the above link - you can down-load the full-text - and add to the count!

   
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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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