Sunday, February 12, 2017



 Arthur C. Clarke has a magnificent paxeological principle:

"The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible."

But take care, it s not only literary, it must be considered  for pragmatic actions, limits have to be studied from both sides. It is  basic principle of technological Limits Management
I will add a few significant quotations about limits that could inspire you in your LENR research
And so you touch this limit, something happens and you suddenly can go a little bit further. With your mind power, your determination, your instinct, and the experience as well, you can fly very high. (Ayrton Senna) - he took the idea abit oo fara and has paid the highest price for it

You can't put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get.  (Michael Phelps)

If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. (Bruce Lee)

The only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment. (Tony Robbins)

I've learned it's important not to limit yourself. You can do whatever you really love to do, no matter what it is. (Ryan Gosling)

Science does not limit itself merely to what is currently verifiable. But it is interested in questions that are potentially verifiable (or, rather, falsifiable). (Sam Harris)

The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today. Franklin D. Roosevelt
Everything has its limit - iron ore cannot be educated into gold. (Mark Twain)

Simplicity is the most difficult thing to secure in this world; it is the last limit of experience and the last effort of genius. (George Sand)- this was discussed yesterday from the point of view of praxeology)

We have a limit, a very discouraging, humiliating limit: death. (Umberto Eco)
(a necessary limit- death is a condition of life)


Just a personal note- I have heard first about limits in a discussion of my father with his athlete friends (Dad was an amateur coach however he has discovered and helped in career start many Romanian athletes as e.g, the well known Iolanda Balas) The limits of human performance is an eternally recurring, inexhaustible subject- see what I wrote about the Fosbury Flop, for example. Actually everybody has limits; 60 years ago I jumped 170 cm in height  a value to be ignored; soon jumping 1.70 cm will be a serious problem for me, but I was a swimmer not an athlete and have never used Dick Fosbury's genius method.
The questions if limits exist needs a combined yes/no answer-  the best answers are usually also questions- where? when? in which sense?  ll the quotations fro MOTTO hve to be taken 'cum grano salis' perhaps with the exception of the first and the last.

A.C. Clarke shows us that we have to boldly explore the realm beyond the  limit-  it is uniquely aspiring, informative and instructive.In LENR going beyond the maximum admissible temperature of the reaction cores
the active sites will be destroyed - death is the limit and they go beyond telling important things about what they are, how they live/work. And a more challenging question how many types of NAE exist?
We have discussed  much about the 1cm palladium cube accident of Fleischmann and Pons- it seems the NAE produce plenty of excess heat even at high temperatures
es the proximity of the melting temperature of Pd- however the data regarding what happened are not clear - the experiment must be repeated a few times in strictly controlled circumstances.
IF the NAE are able to work at so very high temperatures then it is highly improbable that they are nano-cracks or the smart and sensitive crystal clusters as those described in the newest Piantelli patent application- both cannot survive in those hellish conditions.
For NIH high temperature we have more data
Please read what Fulvio Fabiani- now under the attack of Industrial Heat has to say:
Or this - in a way classic assertion by Rossi about going beyond the tempsture limit on JONP

 I"the experiments are made with total respect of the safety of my team and myself. During the destructive tests we arrived to reach temperatures in the range of 2,000 Celsius degrees, when the “mouse” excited too much the E-Cat, and it is gone out of control, in the sense that we have not been able to stop the raise of the temperature ( we arrived on purpose to that level, because we wanted to study this kind of situation). A nuclear Physicist, analyzing the registration of the data, has calculated that the increase of temperature ( from 1 000 Celsius to 2,000 Celsius in about 10 seconds), considering the surface that has increased of such temperature, has implied a power of 1 MW, while the Mouse had a mean power of 1.3 kW. Look at the photo you have given the link of, and imagine that the cylinder was cherry red, then in 10 seconds all the cylinder became white-blue, starting from the white dot you see in the photo ( after 1 second) becoming totally white-blue in the following 9 seconds, and then an explosion and the ceramic inside ( which is a ceramic that melts at 2,000 Celsius) turned into a red, brilliant stone, like a ruby. When we opened the reactor, part of the AISI 310 ss steel was not molten, but sublimated and recondensed in form of microscopic drops of steel"

Following my praxeological and scipiological investigations, I have asked  Andrea  Rossi:
 " Can we learn useful things from these catastrophes, from meltdown, metal vporization?"
His answer:

'Yes, sure, because these events are carefully calculated in their effects, which contain much information, from the energy of the explosion and the relics of them, you can make an energy balance and an analysis of the reactions, chemical, nuclear that could be indicators of something interesting."

So speaks the inventor, who according to the inhabitants of an Enclave has never obtained a iota of excess heat.


1) Brilliant Light Power Developments: David Niebauer Interviews Author Brett Holverstott

2) LENR Forum messcellany

3) From Andrea Rossi's JONP

February 12, 2017 at 3:34 AM

Dear Andrea Rossi:
there are rumors that last Friday something important happened in Court: what is it?
Andrea Rossi
February 12, 2017 at 8:23 AM

I cannot talk in the blogs about any issue discussed or to be discussed in Court.
Warm Regards,

4) Kald fusjon (LENR) - HegnarOnline - Debattforum

5) Deuteron Disintegration In Condensed Matter


Note my recent comment regarding the Manelas Device reflecting your notice about the discovery of time crystals.  There may be a connection with the magnetic materials used in the device.

Separately, I would note that the design of NAE’s may require a structure which allows high magnetic fields (10^12 –10^16 Tesla.)  Structures that are 1 or 2 dimensional may be the key, with the 1-D NAE supporting LENR+,  because it causes the reaction in a confined space and maintains the 1-D characteristic for repeated reactions upon arrival of reactants—H or D or Li or whatever.


#Lithium is the “Marijuana of #Metals…

Exploring mysteries on the surface
2D materials reveal surprising properties
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Source:Ames Laboratory
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    "Note my recent comment regarding the Manelas Device reflecting your notice about the discovery of time crystals. There may be a connection with the magnetic materials used in the device.

    Separately, I would note that the design of NAE’s may require a structure which allows high magnetic fields (10^12 –10^16 Tesla.) Structures that are 1 or 2 dimensional may be the key, with the 1-D NAE supporting LENR+, because it causes the reaction in a confined space and maintains the 1-D characteristic for repeated reactions upon arrival of reactants—H or D or Li or whatever."

    There is a branch of physics called "QCD in strong magnetic fields" that has conducted workshops on what a strong magnetic fields can do to a nucleus.

    and also by another name "Workshop on Magnetic Fields in Hadron Physics"

    One posit of this field is that in a magnetic field of (10^12 –10^16 Tesla.), Localization of (anti-)quark orbits by magnetic field enhances chiral symmetry breaking effect of attractive interactions.


    QCD in strong magnetic fields

    Charged vector mesons can condense in a superstrong magnetic field. This superstrong magnetic field can be considered a magnetic catalyst that produces charge parity violation thereby producing strange quarks and their mesons.

    The question then becomes, can Surface plasmon polaritons(SPP) amplify light/electron entanglement to the point where magnetism reaches very high strength, enough to produce a magnetic catalyst of mesons.

    When it comes to bose condinsation through ultra dense hydrogen as a way to amplify SPPs through superradiance, what matters is the number of SPPs that aggregate in that condinsate.

    An analogy of the additive aggregation principle is how 8,000 AA lithium batteries can produce enough power to propel a Tesla for over 200 miles.

    Quantum mechanics can do unexpected things.

    When protons and neutrons fall apart into mesons, the final result is a boatload of electrons that are fabricated from decaying nuclear matter. This is where the current observed in the Manelas Device might come from. A large anisotropic magnet might be strong enough to produce electrical power strong enough and properly focused to tear apart nuclear matter.

  2. Regarding the Manelas Device

    It might be that the pulsed current of the 137 kilohertz square wave input current produces a magnetic dipole with a large instantaneous power factor because the current is produced by a square wave like the Brillouin method. The 24 volt constant current also produces heat and the strontium ferrite magnet is heat resistant. The maximum operating temperature of the magnet is 250C and the Curie temperature is 450C. The resistance to demagnetization of the ferrite magnets goes up with temperature. With that high temperature operating capacity, coherent magnetically based Surface plasmon polaritons may form under the influence of the magnetic dipole motion that localize around the magnetic field lines as heat photons become entangled with magnetic dipoles.

    If these magnetic polaritons become coherent, these polaritons may produce enough magnetic power to destabilize the nuclei of the gas above the surface of the magnet inside the Mandela's Device black box. The Mandela bullot is flat and square with a large surface area. This flat topology with a large surface area might permit a maximum of magnetic dipoles to form on the surface of the Mandela bullot. I would like to know what type of gas filled the black it protium or deuterium?

    The Manelas Device functional diagram as follows:


    1. Dear Sam,

      very fine ones, gracis but difficult to conect to LENR just now.