Me356 Gives Feedback to MFMP

Following the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s inconclusive testing with me356’s AURA reactor last month, many people have wondered what the status is with that situation, and whether there will be any follow up.

A new post on the MFMP’s steemit account today gives provides some information on this subject. From the quotes from me356 it sounds like there have been some serious problems with the reactor he had built (which the MFMP tested) and that there is going to need to be some redesign and rebuilding before me356 is ready to test again.

More detail can be found at this link: https://steemit.com/science/@mfmp/aura-update

  • georgehants

    It seems as if some Negative power in this reality is working to put every possible obstacle in the way of Cold Fusion being freely released and be used to help people in need.
    It is hypothesized that we make our own reality by the power of our minds alone, so sad if this is one of those results.

    • Warthog

      Welcome to the real world of scientific research, where Murphy’s Law and Calhoun’s Corollary reign supreme.

  • georgehants

    It seems as if some Negative influence in this reality is working to put every possible obstacle in the way of Cold Fusion being freely released and be used to help people in need.
    It is hypothesized that we make our own overall World reality by the power of our minds alone, so sad if this is one of those results.
    Penrose et al

    • MorganMck

      Hypothesized by who?

      • cashmemorz

        The hypotheses are sourced to various philosophies. Some religious, some pseudo-scientific. Some say humans have free will. I say we don’t. Its all about sex drive based on the greedy or self centered gene. We work to satisfy security of progeny. All else either leads us astray, as in too much of anything is not a good thing. So we have over-zealous actions leading to wars And too much satisfaction leading to blindly following the overly zealous.

    • ReggieRed

      In a way, we do collectively; but it doesn’t work just skipping from point A to point Z. Diligent, inspired minds have to come up with the points between more or less sequentially, and these solutions don’t just pop up instantly/continuously from thin air. Have you contributed any solutions lately?

      • HS61AF91

        Recognizing a possible hindrance and voicing the concern is surly contributive, more so than asking.

    • Warthog

      Welcome to the real world of scientific research, where Murphy’s Law and Calhoun’s Corollary reign supreme.

  • sam

    From Steemit link.

    As with many things, it looks like it will take a while before 356 is ready again, so, on Monday 26th June, Bob Greenyer will travel to his location to pick up the equipment so that we have it for ECCO testing in India. When back from India, the apparatus will be returned to me356, hopefully by then, he will be in a position to make effective use of it.

    Good to hear that M.F.M.P still plan to
    test Suhas reactor in India.

  • This enthralling story continues…

    * Brilliant Light Power inching closer to commercialization… released a paper that, if I’m reading it correctly, finally gives some details about integrated energy and not just power… and speaks of 250x energy out versus in.
    http://www.brilliantlightpower.com/wp-content/uploads/papers/Hydrino-Blast-Power-Paper-060817.pdf

    * Me356 suffering real world problems for we still hope is a real world reactor. We look forward to the next MFMP visit, hopefully not later than August.

    * The trial starts between Rossi and IH. Really feel like I should be called as an expert witness, along with many here. ;p Hope we get daily transcripts or we’re going to lose our collective minds.

    * Rossi continues testing the QuarkX and it sounds perfect. Gullstrom seems to lend some credibility. But that’s all we have so far. And a white board picture with a toupee. Why so secretive?.

    * What are the Swedes up to? Rumblings of positive things.

    * Parkhomov plodding away… baking just about every element under the sun. Whatevs.

    * MFMP preparing to test ECCO… with Suhas being the most open and generous of the LENR researchers, I find myself rooting for him to win the race.

    * Brillouin lands $7M and looking for another $15M. Wonder what they’re doing with that $$$. Whatevs.

  • This enthralling story continues…

    * Brilliant Light Power inching closer to commercialization… released a paper that, if I’m reading it correctly, finally gives some details about integrated energy and not just power… and speaks of 250x energy out versus in.
    http://www.brilliantlightpower.com/wp-content/uploads/papers/Hydrino-Blast-Power-Paper-060817.pdf

    * Me356 suffering real world problems for what we still hope is a real world reactor. We look forward to the next MFMP visit, hopefully not later than August.

    * The trial starts between Rossi and IH. Really feel like I should be called as an expert witness, along with many here. ;p Hope we get daily transcripts or we’re going to lose our collective minds.

    * Rossi continues testing the QuarkX and it sounds perfect. Gullstrom seems to lend some credibility. But that’s all we have so far. And a white board picture with a toupee. Why so secretive?

    * What are the Swedes up to? Rumblings of positive things.

    * Parkhomov plodding away… baking just about every element under the sun. Whatevs.

    * MFMP preparing to test ECCO… with Suhas being the most open and generous of the LENR researchers, I find myself rooting for him to win the race.

    * Brillouin lands $7M and looking for another $15M. Wonder what they’re doing with that $$$. Whatevs.

    • Gerard McEk

      I can’t wait to see it producing it’s Mega Watts!
      In the report you can find: “The total integrated energy over the 1 ms blast duration was 4616 J.” (p17). Making it a device that indeed produces mega watts continuously will be a hell of a job. Mills has a long way to go.

      • One can do things with 4 kW at COP 250.

  • cashmemorz

    The hypotheses are sourced to various philosophies. Some religious, some pseudo-scientific. Some say humans have free will. I say we don’t. Its all about sex drive based on the greedy or self centered gene. We work to satisfy security of progeny. All else either leads us astray, as in too much of anything is not a good thing. So we have over-zealous actions leading to wars And too much satisfaction leading to blindly following the overly zealous.

  • One can do things with 4 kW at COP 250.

  • sam

    JPR
    June 25, 2017 at 5:08 AM
    Update?

    Andrea Rossi
    June 25, 2017 at 7:15 AM
    JPR:
    Sunday, June 25th.
    Also today the QuarkX is working well. I was in the factory few minutes ago, now I am going to meet the Attorneys.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • sam

    JPR
    June 25, 2017 at 5:08 AM
    Update?

    Andrea Rossi
    June 25, 2017 at 7:15 AM
    JPR:
    Sunday, June 25th.
    Also today the QuarkX is working well. I was in the factory few minutes ago, now I am going to meet the Attorneys.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

    • Damn

      Of course A.R. now needs to add this kind. If the discussions in here are not about him, he must say SOMETHING.

      If it is running well now, what is the reason for not starting the stopped presentation???

  • fritz194

    … Is there a problem with the water heater ? This 3-7kw small type ?
    I installed lots of those – they have electronic pulse modulation to control the heating power.
    From my expertise in electronics, knowing whats inside, our emi tests and designs for substation controls – I would avoid this type in such a setup. This electronic barely handles normal disturbances and needs perfect grounding. I would use the older type of hydraulic heaters or some real “dumb” heater with lab-grade controls….. or perfect separation/grounding, rf chokes / shielding…. I would expect them to fail without proper grounding/potential rf issues with the reactor. rgds.

  • fritz194

    … Is there a problem with the water heater ? This 3-7kw small type ?
    I installed lots of those – they have electronic pulse modulation to control the heating power.
    From my expertise in electronics, knowing whats inside, our emi tests and designs for substation controls – I would avoid this type in such a setup. This electronic barely handles normal disturbances and needs perfect grounding. I would use the older type of hydraulic heaters or some real “dumb” heater with lab-grade controls….. or perfect separation/grounding, rf chokes / shielding…. I would expect them to fail without proper grounding/potential rf issues with the reactor. rgds.

  • Bob Greenyer