stefanbanev wrote:Axil wrote:http://www.pr.com/press-release/389652
and more to the point See:
Group, what is your opinion of the NanoSpire system?
The NanoSpire system uses an intense form of cavatation in various forms of industrial processes
I am interested in the O-H crystals that are produced in the NanoSpire system they call a van der waals crystal.NanoSpire, Inc., discovered a crystalline form of water produced by cavitation, while investigating cavitation machining with the jets. Many of the jets were faceted and possessed tremendous electrostatic charge.
Instead, I believe this crystal is really a type of Rydberg crystal.
The intense electrostatic dipolar field produced by this crystal type may be able to mask the coulomb barrier thereby allowing transmutation of elements.
NanoSpire has done some R&D to characterize this central form and its description is very close to a two dimensional Rydberg crystal form.
I believe that Rydberg crystals are doing the same thing in the Rossi system.
The source of this electric field is the coherent and highly polarized Rydberg crystals that float near the surface of the nickel.
This dipole field is very powerful with a strength that can exceed 1,000,000,000,000 times the dipole strength of a hydrogen atom in the ground state.
This power is provided by a 1000 atom crystal at a principle quantum excitation number of 100.
>"the LeClair Effect theory and the profound discoveries based on it pose a serious quantum theory challenge to the classical understanding of Newton’s Laws of Motion and the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics."
It is quite suicidal to put such statement on one of front pages; if they are not smart enough to recognize it... well.... Even if this is the case such conclusion should indirectly follow from rationals. This story sounds as engineered BS...
I've been lurking in the forums for a while now, and when I saw Mark LeClair and Nanospire mentioned, I just had to register and put in my two bits and share my close encounter.
Mark LeClair gave a presentation to faulty and students at the University of Southern Maine last fall on his use of micro cavitations for precision machining and milling nano particles. The not heavily attended (maybe 20 people), so I sat in the front row of our lecture hall.
Before he began is talk, a couple of us were talking to him. He mentioned his experience working with the navy and began drifting into what he was working on currently. Then he leaned closer to us, like he was sharing a secret, a strange look came across his face, and said that he was working on a cold fusion project. Like his announced claims, he told us that he had transmuted water 'all the way up the periodic chart', and that he had been part of the only nuclear incident in the history of Maine. I've lived here all my life, and I don't recall any such incident in the news, or anything that could have been confused with it.
Then he started talking about how 'this guy Rossi in Italy' stole his idea, and how the power brokers in Washington had allowed it to happen. I had the definite feeling that he was trying to sell something, almost AMWay-ish.
He had to cut it short because it was time to give his presentation, which too, had some fairly extraordinary claims about the level of precision he could achieve with his process.
One of the faculty asked if he could arrange a demonstration, and he replied that he might be able to do something. I haven't heard anything since then.