The Nature of Thermal Anomalies During Electrolysis of Light Water: The reversible hydrogen-neutron cycle ( B. A. Sidorov, and N. E. Nevessky)

The following post has been submitted by Alan Smith who provided an improved English translation of an article titled”The Nature of Thermal Anomalies During Electrolysis of Light Water (The reversible hydrogen-neutron cycle)”  written by researchers Sidorov B. A., and Nevessky N. E. which was originally published on the website of the  Laboratory of Experimental Physics here: http://tet.in.ua/index.php/en/

http://www.e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Thoughts-on-electrolysis-from-the-lab-of-exp-phys..pdf

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  • Zephir

    Thank You Alan once again for your tireless impressive work with translation of various LENR articles! I do really appreciate it!

    • Alan Smith

      Hi Zephir. Thank you for your kind words. I ‘re-translated’ these documents because I am developing a particular interest in Russian/Former USSR private and academic research into LENR. It seems that Easter Bloc scientists were big enough and brave enough to go where others were afraid to tread.

      • Zephir

        They’re brave the more, as the oil based mafia in Kremlin undoubtedly isn’t very happy from free energy movement.

        • Alan Smith

          @Karm. Thanks for that- if I do much more of this I had better invest in a good Russian dictionary.

        • Zephir, you could also imagine that oil based economic interests in Russia at some extent realize the threat aigainst the oil economy and that they could be keen on leveraging the LENR research in Russia in order not to be left behind, should commercial LENR based energy hit the market.

          • Roland

            Aside from some minor relief from building armaments for export at lower cost it’s difficult to conceive any net benefit to Russia from LENR that could offset the loss of their O&G exports.

            LENR would allow the populace to grow enough food in greenhouses to stave off starvation and heat their homes, as the the rest of their economy collapses, as there has been zero progress towards diversification, other than periodic posturing, during previous slumps in O&G revenues.

            Outside O&G, the arms biz, and organized crime no Russian economic sectors are internationally competitive; why would LENR change that?