[ExI] Cold fusion paper
painlord2k at libero.it
Sat May 25 17:52:03 UTC 2013
Il 25/05/2013 18:38, Anders Sandberg ha scritto:
> On 25/05/2013 16:24, Mirco Romanato wrote:
>> If I talked you about rounds of zinc copper and paper soacked with brine
>> in the 1800 and told you it could change the alignment of a compass you
>> would had called me nut.
> Then you would have demonstrated it, right? And given Spike a simple
> diagram of how to put the setup together so he could independently
> replicate it.
I think not, if I had the possibility to sell the invention for the
equivalent of tons of gold and doing so would jeopardize my possibilities.
> No, what is holding him back is that he cannot get money from sensible
> investors since they will demand to look inside the box and their
> contracts will be hard to get away from if he is a fraud. So he has to
> deal with the investor undergrowth. In the XIX century he would probably
> have found more people buying into it, and I expect he would have
> absconded much earlier.
So, basically, you are telling that Levi and the professor from Uppsala
are just gullible fools? or accomplices?
>> Elforsk has allocated around 230,000 euros each year, for the next
>> three years for further investigations according to ECW.
> No, they budgeted 23,000 Euro according to that page. Which is peanuts.
Travel expenses for some experts.
> Their comments are also rather
> sceptical, essentially boiling down to that exactly what is going on
> cannot be determined until they are allowed to look inside. They did
> their testing, that's it.
And come out without noticing any sign of fraud?
Without any criticism to the way the measurements were done?
They are the experts, so they should be able to catch a scammer or, at
least, say the methodology used in not accurate enough to validate the
They didn't. So for them the question is open. And for me also.
DO you think Celani and his constantan wire are a scam also?
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