Alan Smith’s article posted yesterday has generated discussion on a topic that I think could be interesting: what might the role of frequencies play in stimulating the E-Cat reaction. Here are three interesting comments on this topic from ScienceFan, Agaricus and Alan Smith from the comments in Alan’s article:
In the PDF of the October 6, 2011 E-Cat test, there was a line that always intrigued me that seemed to be overlooked by most people who read it:
15:53 Power to the resistance was set to zero. A device “producing frequencies” was switched on.
Overall current 432 mA. Voltage 230 V.
Current through resistance was zero, voltage also zero.
From this moment the E-cat ran in self sustained mode.
What if this is the missing piece and key to reproduction of LENR and high COP output: A radio frequency being broadcast on the test sample which catalyzes the heat output? This might explain why Rossi’s original E-Cat can produce energy at lower temperatures, while others struggle to get COP higher than 1.
If only I had the time and money to do my own tests… 🙁