Does Recent Graphene Passes Proton Discovery Validate LENR? (James Octavo)

The following was submitted by James Octavo

Recent articles in ACS and Phys.org discuss the ability of Graphene to allow protons to pass through an unseemingly barrier of super-dense matter. Doesn’t this violate the Coulomb barrier, the most contentious argument against LENR?

If so, this maybe one of the proofs for LENR, since LENR elements of Nickel and Palladium are supernova elements interacting with hydrogen in their nuclei, fusing to higher mass elements and creating beta decay.

http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/web/2014/12/Protons-Pass-Through-Notoriously-Impermeable.html

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