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    Ivy Matt
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    I’ve gotten used to seeing photographs of Farnsworth fusors in star mode used to illustrate “cold fusion” on certain (particularly Italian) websites, but I still occasionally run across things that make me go “What the heck?” The title is fairly self-explanatory. The link is here:

    http://gateway.djbarney.org/sites/default/files/ECAT_High_Tech.pdf

    See slide 24. For those who are too impatient, here is the relevant text:

    LENR Theories

    • Eric Lerner, Plasmons, Bor → Helium

    I figure “Bor” is boron, but I can’t say for sure where the plasmons came from. Dense, focused plasmons, perhaps? 😉 Surely something got mangled somewhere.

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    DerekShannon
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    :bug:

    oy vey

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    zapkitty
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    Hey, hey… I’m sure that 2 million amps at 45 thousand volts with temperatures exceeding several billion degrees is low energy in comparison to something… somewhere…

    … but when did Lerner-hakase start writing KDE desktop applets?

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    ikanreed
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    zapkitty wrote: Hey, hey… I’m sure that 2 million amps at 45 thousand volts with temperatures exceeding several billion degrees is low energy in comparison to something… somewhere…

    … but when did Lerner-hakase start writing KDE desktop applets?

    I don’t really think it’s charming to attach Japanese specific supplications to American names while speaking in English. It’s actually really off-putting.
    And, yes, that’s low energy compared to the LHC beam, which tops out in the single digit trillions. It still sounds like the category of things we call “High Energy Physics” though.

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    DerekShannon
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    I think it’s a decent compromise between Eric and “Mr. Lerner” ;-D

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    vansig
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    say, I just noticed that LENR and LERNER use the same letters!

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