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shankle

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Low Energy Nuclier Reactions
« on: October 26, 2012, 12:23:48 AM »
Would be curious what you physicists have to say about LENR.
They have labeled Rossi's process as a hoax. But is it?
Celani is a physicist and has a functioning LENR working device.
There are others.
To my way of thinking there must be something there.
A lot of research is going on.
This sure would change our way of life.
The British seem to be doing it another beneficial way.
They have a process to take Carbon Dioxide from the
atmosphere and mix it with hydrogen to make oil.
They have actually made small amounts of it.

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Re: Low Energy Nuclier Reactions
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2012, 12:55:24 AM »
Celani is a physicist and has a functioning LENR working device
There is a guy who solve the world's energy problem and no one takes care of that ... shame on the whole science ::)
The British seem to be doing it another beneficial way.
They have a process to take Carbon Dioxide from the
atmosphere and mix it with hydrogen to make oil.
They have actually made small amounts of it.
also to note that such processes (CO2+H2 --> CnH2n+2) needs a lot of energy - seems that they wait for the cold fusion to work  :lol:
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