The announcement by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Group (MFMP) group was released today as promised. In essence, what MFMP have done is show proof of tabletop Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). Mainstream physicists have for decades rejected the possibility that nuclear reactions can occur at the very low temperatures seen in LENR, i.e. roughly 1 500 °C. What is the evidence therefore, one may ask? The answer is the X-radiation produced by the reaction. It is these X-rays that can then be captured and converted to heat, or converted directly to electricity using photoelectric converters that have a purported efficiency of up to 81%. MFMP actually managed to successfully run the reaction in self-sustain mode (without input power) for a full 5 hours.
Of much interest is the replication process MFMP have open-sourced. From the very beginning of the Cold Fusion days of Fleischmann & Pons, scientists always struggled to replicate the excess heat effect and thus wrote off Cold Fusion / LENR as a scam. No more. MFMP have documented the procedure required to reproduce excess heat 100% of the time. It’s a rather esoteric 18 step process listed below. Physicists will find it easy to understand but for lay people, not so much. With this info now available, we should begin to see multiple replications from all over the world in a few short days. MFMP will also continue to work on their own replications to show excess heat, gamma rays, and the like.
18 Step Process For Replication
Fuel / Catalyst Ingredients: Ni + LiAlH4 + Li
1. Bake Ni
2. Reduce Ni
3. Hydrogenate Ni
4. Mix: Ni + LiAlH4 + Li
5. Bake and vac reactor, add Nickel, vac warm, add H2, Vac
6. Heat to above Mossbauer determined Ni Debye (say 135C), pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
7. Hold, pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
8. Heat slowly to as close to Ni Curie as comfortable (Say 340C), pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
9. Hold, pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
10. Slowly lower temp to above highest known Ni Debye (Say 220C), pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
11. Hold, pressure regulated to approx 1bar abs.
12. Go as fast as possible through Ni Curie
13. Hold, pressure regulated to approx 0.5bar abs.
14. Cycle through 500C internal, pressure regulated to approx 0.5bar abs.
15. Hold, pressure regulated to approx 0.5bar abs.
16. Raise internal temperature to over 1200, pressure regulated to approx 0.5bar abs.
17. Drop to around 1000 and hold, pressure regulated to approx 0.5bar abs.
18. Raise internal temperature to near boiling point of Lithium
1h Thermal > x/β- emissions > Pb > IR/THz > 5h (SSM) where ‘>’ means ‘leads to’