Message from discussion A LENR Explanation
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From: Tom P <werot...@freent.dd>
Subject: Re: A LENR Explanation
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2012 19:11:18 +0200
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On 06/12/2012 02:36 AM, Morris Dovey wrote:
> On 6/11/12 3:49 PM, amdx wrote:
>> I found this explanation of interest.
>> There is a reference to resonance, I can't
>> figure out if this is a naturally occurring resonance or
>> external energy applied at a resonant frequency.
>> If anyone has a clue, please let me know.
> It's interesting, but I don't think the author has much of a clue - and
> I'm inclined to the opinion that he's made unjustified assumptions.
> I don't have much of a clue, either. :-)
If you read the Student's Guide on the website, you'll see what the
problem is - any nuclear fusion reaction must produce radiation,
neutrons or gamma rays. No such effect is observed - meaning there is no