Where is the Gamma Radiation? (Profchuck)

This comment was originally posted by ECW reader profchuck here.

There is a fundamental question: “where is the gamma radiation?” Nucleosynthisis on this scale releases energy that is proportional to the mass difference between the “fuel” and the end product. No known fusion process takes place without releasing some of this energy in the form of high energy radiation and particles. To produce the 1.5 megawatt hours over the 30 odd days of the experiment should have produced gamma radiation that was not only detectable but lethal. For this to be real one must accept that not only is low temperature fusion possible but it can occur without producing detectable radiation. That would be two major discoveries that can only be called “New Physics”.

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