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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Kulantan » Sun Aug 07, 2011 12:29 pm UTC

No, to further torture a metaphor, this is like seeing the shadow image of pigeons on the curtain. We don't need these folk to give up what is in the potentially multi-billion dollar device, just to do the basic science. To steal:

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Technical Ben » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:16 pm UTC

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Spoiler:
AvatarIII wrote:if they actually are turning nickel and hydrogen into copper though, are there any other fully understood processes that could cause that?

No. Nuclear fusion and fission are literally alchemy - the turning of one element into another. To do that you have to add or subtract protons from the nucleus, and hope that you get a few neutrons as well otherwise the result is really unstable and will decay quickly.

Binding a proton to a nucleus involves getting the proton close enough that the strong nuclear force can grab it. To do so you have to fight the electrostatic force (like charges repel), and the only current way to do this involves giving the protons huge amounts of kinetic energy (with a helping hand from quantum tunnelling). Iron is the most stable element (which is why it's an incredibly common element).
To add protons to Iron or any subsequent element requires HUGE amounts of energy. The only common place in the universe that such energies are found is in exploding supernovas. That's how much energy we're talking, not even the sun will produce anything higher than iron during it's normal lifespan.

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Imagine your proton is a marble. The interplay of the strong and electrostatic forces is kind of volcano shaped, with very tall, very steep slopes and a deep pit in the middle. The nucleus sits in that pit. To get your marble into the pit, the only known way is to flick it really hard up the side of the volcano and hope it reaches the top, so it can fall into the pit. Quantum tunnelling makes this analogy a bit messy, as there is non-zero chance that the marble can suddenly jump through the side of the volcano. But this only becomes significant near the top, where the sides are already really thin.

Good to know my science trained instincts was correct. :D
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:27 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:Good to know my science trained instincts was correct.

I needed to brush up a bit on nuclear physics before I could write that. I am rusty :(

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Technical Ben » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:30 pm UTC

Oh, but my first instincts was "Iron is made in super novas". Then "um, we would need something not "cold" for iron". If cold fusion is ever done, we are going to get tiny changes first. IE elements next to each other in the periodic table.

Also, for those claiming "It's boiled water, so it must work", um, can't the "catalyst" just be Lithium? Water gone, trick done.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:40 pm UTC

Iron can be made in normal stars. You need a super nova to get anything past iron. I mentioned Iron because that's the minimum/maximum* point on the binding energy chart. Rossi is claiming that nickel is transmuted into copper, which are next to each other in the periodic table, but to get a stable isotope requires the addition of 1 proton and 4 neutrons (or 5 protons and 4 subsequent decays). I'm still sceptical, just making sure we don't put any words in Rossi's mouth.

*Depending on which way round you draw the axes.

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Technical Ben » Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:14 pm UTC

Well. My science fails. :P
(Iron being only seeded in nova right? Not only made, oops. That and not checking if the claimed elements are next to each other in the table. :oops: )
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Glass Fractal » Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:26 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:Also, for those claiming "It's boiled water, so it must work", um, can't the "catalyst" just be Lithium? Water gone, trick done.


Or fire, fire would work, since apparently no one has ever seen the thing in operation. You could just stick a blow torch inside.

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Postby yurell » Sun Aug 07, 2011 11:21 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:Iron can be made in normal stars. You need a super nova to get anything past iron. I mentioned Iron because that's the minimum/maximum* point on the binding energy chart.



Thought I'd just point out Nickel-62 is, followed by two isotopes of iron. Nickel-62 isn't as common as iron, though, because it's bloody hard to form, with no nice alpha capture chain leading to it.

And I know I shouldn't capitalise isotope names, but I just think it looks better like that.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby The Reaper » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:05 am UTC

http://www.journal-of-nuclear-physics.c ... ment-59867
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Bologna-Rome (Italy) August 4th 2011
EFA- Energia da Fonti Alternative srl, the Italian Company through which the rights for the production of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat were granted to Praxen Defkalion Green Technologies LTD, publicly announces that the License and Technology Transfer Agreement between the two companies has been recently terminated. All business relationships with Praxen , the Cyprus based company that owns the Greek company Defkalion Green Technologies S.A., have been cancelled and asof today neither Praxen nor Defkalion, nor any other Greek company whatsoever holds any rights for the production of the E-Cat or for any other exploitation of Andrea Rossi’s technology.

Furthermore Andrea Rossi and EFA announce that no information, nor industrial secret, nor any technology whatsoever has been neither transferred, nor disclosed, neither to Praxen, nor to Defkalion, nor to any other Greek company whatsoever and currently Andrea Rossi and EFA are not planning to deal with any other project in Greece.
Not one single test, of the many demonstrations of the E-Cat technology held around the world, has ever been done in Greeceand no E-Cat has ever been brought, produced, or assembled in the territory of the Hellenic Republic: so not only the technology is still fully owned by Andrea Rossi’s company, Leonardo Corporation, but it still remains a well preserved industrial secret.

Any declaration or public announcement of third parties claiming possession of rights on the E-Cat technology and/or inside knowledge of said technology, as well as any statement of third parties in conflict with the above facts shall be considered a fake and treated as misleading information.

Andrea Rossi is the inventor of the “Method and Apparatus for carrying out Nickel and Hydrogen Exothermal reactions” (known to the general public as E-Cat) for which international patent demand no. WO2009/125444 is pending and Italian Patent office has already been issued on April 6th, 2011 the final patent no. 0001387256.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:34 am UTC

The Reaper wrote:Awesome press release. I even corrected a spelling error. -_-

Hmmm, shouldn't it be Hellenic Republic as well? *Strokes non-existant beard*

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Diadem » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:43 am UTC

* Wonders what the level cap is for scientists *
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:10 am UTC

Diadem wrote:* Wonders what the level cap is for scientists *

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Obviously! Stupid LaTeX markup won't go in-line as far as I can tell :oops:

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Diadem » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:17 am UTC

Scientist levels are negative? What's the starting level then? -13.6?
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:20 am UTC

Yes. You reach level 0 as a scientist by creating your own universe in a lab so you can play around with the fundamental physical constants, ie you are effectively a God and have 'escaped' this universe ;)

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Postby Technical Ben » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:54 pm UTC

So mathematics then?
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Postby Mittagessen » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:48 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:So mathematics then?


Economics. Mathematics require at least a bit of consistency so an all-mighty god has to be an economist.

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Postby ConMan » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:41 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:Obviously! Stupid LaTeX markup won't go in-line as far as I can tell :oops:

Try using the {imath} tags rather than the {math} ones (or the double-$, which I didn't realise was an alternative).
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby badmartialarts » Tue Aug 09, 2011 3:41 pm UTC

It's a lot of copper pipes with nichel powder and hydrogen being pumped in somehow? Then it's just a big metal-hydride battery, isn't it?

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Postby Technical Ben » Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:34 pm UTC

Mittagessen wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:So mathematics then?


Economics. Mathematics require at least a bit of consistency so an all-mighty god has to be an economist.

Well, you can cheat and make your universe consistent. Then no need for economists. Sorry, it seems Mathematicians win at everything.
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Postby The Reaper » Tue Aug 09, 2011 6:24 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:
Mittagessen wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:So mathematics then?


Economics. Mathematics require at least a bit of consistency so an all-mighty god has to be an economist.

Well, you can cheat and make your universe consistent. Then no need for economists. Sorry, it seems Mathematicians win at everything.

Shit's crazy, yo.

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Postby Glass Fractal » Tue Aug 09, 2011 7:50 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:
Mittagessen wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:So mathematics then?


Economics. Mathematics require at least a bit of consistency so an all-mighty god has to be an economist.

Well, you can cheat and make your universe consistent. Then no need for economists. Sorry, it seems Mathematicians win at everything.


But then it wouldn't be complete.

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Technical Ben » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:16 pm UTC

Well, it's your universe. So it's up to you if you want economists or not. I'd be more worries about lawyers myself.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Deep_Thought » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:31 pm UTC

Lawyers are a response to the law that some people in any given group will be dicks.

This may be a consistent law among all possible universes. Sadly.

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Postby vodka.cobra » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:42 pm UTC

Wow, XKCD fora > Swedish Skeptic's Society in both skepticism and understanding of science.
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Postby Technical Ben » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:09 am UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:Lawyers are a response to the law that some people in any given group will be dicks.

This may be a consistent law among all possible universes. Sadly.


Not if I have a giant orbital cannon. All problems are solved by giant orbital cannons.
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Postby The Reaper » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:08 pm UTC

http://pesn.com/2011/08/10/9501891_Defk ... _of_Rossi/
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Defkalion Green Technologies maintains its strong support to Andrea Rossi.

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Postby johnny_7713 » Thu Aug 11, 2011 8:25 pm UTC

vodka.cobra wrote:Wow, XKCD fora > Swedish Skeptic's Society in both skepticism and understanding of science.


One president does not a society make.

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Postby Sizik » Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:42 am UTC

There's been another third-party study. It seems like it might be working, somehow.
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Postby Zamfir » Mon Oct 13, 2014 6:09 am UTC

Comments are hilarious. There is the usual stuff about Einstein etc., but also someone who says that Yogi Berra invented TV in 1929, therefore Rossi is not a fraud because open your minds.

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Postby Tyndmyr » Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:03 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:
Deep_Thought wrote:Lawyers are a response to the law that some people in any given group will be dicks.

This may be a consistent law among all possible universes. Sadly.


Not if I have a giant orbital cannon. All problems are solved by giant orbital cannons.


The number of problems remaining unsolved are directly proportional to the size of the explosion.

Your math checks out.

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Postby sardia » Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:48 pm UTC

Tyndmyr wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:
Deep_Thought wrote:Lawyers are a response to the law that some people in any given group will be dicks.

This may be a consistent law among all possible universes. Sadly.


Not if I have a giant orbital cannon. All problems are solved by giant orbital cannons.


The number of problems remaining unsolved are directly proportional to the size of the explosion.

Your math checks out.

And they laughed at me when I said i could solve high unemployment with explosives. Now who's laughing. Hahaha

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Postby Vahir » Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:42 pm UTC

Tyndmyr wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:
Deep_Thought wrote:Lawyers are a response to the law that some people in any given group will be dicks.

This may be a consistent law among all possible universes. Sadly.


Not if I have a giant orbital cannon. All problems are solved by giant orbital cannons.


The number of problems remaining unsolved are inversely proportional to the size of the explosion.

Your math checks out.


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Postby Derek » Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:45 pm UTC

sardia wrote:And they laughed at me when I said i could solve high unemployment with explosives. Now who's laughing. Hahaha

Not the unemployed, that's for sure.

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Postby HungryHobo » Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:10 pm UTC

Sizik wrote:There's been another third-party study. It seems like it might be working, somehow.


huh... A test at a 3rd party lab, using their own equipment.

if it really was a third party lab that's very interesting. from what I can find, it isn't really.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby bentheimmigrant » Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:27 pm UTC

"oil futures have remained volatile since"... Nothing to do with crises in Russia/Ukraine and the Middle East, fracking, or the fact that oil futures are generally a volatile market...
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Postby Mutex » Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:07 pm UTC

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Sizik wrote:There's been another third-party study. It seems like it might be working, somehow.


huh... A test at a 3rd party lab, using their own equipment.

if it really was a third party lab that's very interesting. from what I can find, it isn't really.


I made a half-hearted attempt to google some of the names from the paper. The first one seems to be a scientist who died in 1965. The second one appears to possibly be a genuine scientist in charge of a department at a university. That's as far as I got.

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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby Minerva » Mon Dec 01, 2014 4:52 pm UTC

Actually, we can forget about the Bethe-Weizsäcker formula, gamma-ray spectroscopy, Coulomb potentials, the curve of binding energy or anything like that.

Just send in James Randi to inspect the system, consult with any experts he chooses, look at what's going on and set up an experiment and document and report the results in a way he thinks is appropriate.
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Re: Rossi Cold Fusion Validated by Swedish Skeptic's Society

Postby oxoiron » Thu Dec 04, 2014 5:40 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:
The Reaper wrote:Awesome press release. I even corrected a spelling error. -_-

Hmmm, shouldn't it be Hellenic Republic as well? *Strokes non-existant beard*
Hmmm, shouldn't it be non-existent? *Strokes existent beard* :wink:
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