LENR for Dummies — A Beginner's Guide to Cold Fusion Research (LookingForHeat.com Video)

Here’s a new video published by Looking for Heat titled “LENR for Dummies – A beginner’s guide to Cold Fusion Research”. According to LFH the purpose of the video is provide an introduction to what LENR/Cold Fusion is and to show the LFH “Model T” experimental testbed setup.

  • cashmemorz

    Who will be the first to admit being a dummy? ..Oops….

    • Brokeeper

      ‘Know thyself,’ and ‘Nothing too much’ – Socrates

    • Mats002

      IT professionals admit. We have many books of xyz for dummies.

      It is a challange to describe complicated matters in a simple way.

  • cashmemorz

    Who will be the first to admit being a dummy? ..Oops….

    • Brokeeper

      ‘Know thyself,’ and ‘Nothing too much’ – Socrates

    • bachcole

      Me, me, me!

      But, alas, as to the actual mechanism of how it works, I doubt if I am alone. In fact, I suspect that I have over 7 billion companions on this one, not counting all of our animal friends. (:->)

    • Mats002

      IT professionals admit. We have many books of xyz for dummies.

      It is a challange to describe complicated matters in a simple way.

  • Zephir

    IMO this and similar kits could find its usage not just during amateur cold fusion research but in many other areas of citizen science and material engineering, which involve controlled heating on air or in mixture of gases. The citizen science has a great future just in areas, which the mainstream science cannot or doesn’t want to cover by itself and which require broad screening in simple arrangement and/or many trials and errors (which are typically all areas of frontier research). Note that not only cold fusion, but also superconductor research is currently lead by “amateurs”, i.e. by dedicated individuals outside of official institutions.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizen_science http://arxiv.org/abs/1603.01482
    http://www.superconductors.org/187C.htm

  • Alan Smith

    Sam and I hope and believe you are right, Zephir.

  • Alan Smith

    Sam and I hope and believe you are right, Zephir.

  • Yes. We in I.T. are much used to the “Dummy” concept and have hundreds of books using this “meme”. No insult at all. But I wonder if anyone has purchased the kit and if they would share with me whether it would be suitable to base a global high school contest around.