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3/24/2009 00:00 AM EDT
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Ed_nickname
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Ed_nickname   3/24/2009 11:13:40 PM
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There is no statement about rate. How many neutrons per how much material per how much time???

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bauermlb   3/24/2009 8:59:22 PM
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Not again! The fact is that neutron metrology is very difficult, and most chemists are clueless about the nuances. With all the electro-chemistry going on, I am skeptical about the thermal energy balance, as well. (I was at ORNL for the first round of claims(Fleischmann/Pons), and work on the metrology aspects of verification efforts, radiological and thermal, which showed no cold fusion.)

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