Dr. Alexander Parkhomov’s Fusion Fission Table Overview

Thanks to Bob Greenyer for sharing the following.

Dr. Alexander Parkhomov’s Fusion Fission table overview

Dr. Alexander Parkhomov produced a program that looked at all of the stable element isotopes and calculated nucleon exchange reactions and fission reactions that lead to stable products with a net energy yield.

It took 10 days to calculate the more than 500,000 possible outcomes and their respective energy output.

Thank you to Dr. Parkhomov for this work and making the table available.


  • Bob Greenyer

    I am pleased to report that we have had two offers of programming talent.

    Also, I think that Alexander Parkhomov approves of the idea to make the web application – let’s see if it can be made to happen.

    In other news – Alan Smith / Russ George have started another, more classic, LION attempt – this time with 75 discs.

  • Alan DeAngelis

    I should repost this here.

    This may help us understand the two neutron pick-up reactions that Parkhomov thinks are taking place in his
    reactor. http://www.mdpi.com/2079-3197/5/3/36

    • Engineer48

      Hi Alan,

      Excellent find.

      • SG


  • Axil Axil


    Low-energy nuclear reactions and the leptonic monopole

    II. Phenomenological model
    A direct clue to the phenomenological model comes from the proportionality between the 48Ti isotope shift and the percentage of foreign chemical elements observed in the experiment. Thus, a material balance equation is required. We were able to compose the balance equations for the binding energy and baryon, electric, and lepton charges [5, 6].
    The first step toward the computer simulation of the low-temperature transformations was made by our colleague Doctor Penkov from Dubna [2]. We are also working along this line. Doctor Fillippov will make a detailed report on this topic [7]. We will only briefly mention the main principles that underlie the phenomenological model. We will proceed from the fact that the transformation does take place but we do not understand how the Coulomb barrier is overcome. We consider the assembly of atoms in the initial state and in the transformed state and require that all conservation laws including the energy and the baryon, electric, and lepton charge conservation laws, are fulfilled. By the way, a similar strategy was used by W. Heisenberg and M. Born in the early construction of quantum mechanics. As mentioned above, the experiment does not show the presence of radioactivity or neutrons, hence, the transformation does not involve strong interactions. Then let only weak interactions be allowed, that is, β-decay and K-capture and the corresponding processes for positrons β+. It follows from the experiment that no substantial heat evolution is observed during the transformation. This means that we must look for similar binding energies for the initial and final assemblies of atoms. Then we must decide what particular atoms are to be included in the initial assembly. It is clear that this would be atoms of the chemical elements that occur in the explosion chamber, in particular, oxygen, titanium and hydrogen. It only remains now to put a question to the Mendeleev Periodic Table and to authorize a computer to carry on a long dialog with the Table. Doctor Fillipov managed to teach a computer to do this. He will describe his experience in detail [7]. We will cite only one example

    …see reference…

    Now, when the answer has been found, the problem looks simple and can be verified using a reference book on the nuclear binding energies. A surprising fact is that with a nuclear binding energy of about 10 meV per nucleon, it is possible to select combinations of atoms that ensure that the total binding energies in the left and right parts of the equation coincide to within approximately Δ=100 eV. An even more surprising fact is that these combinations coincide qualitatively with the experimental results. For example the model including titanium, oxygen and hydrogen does not give any combinations with elements higher than zinc. This is in line with the results presented in Fig. 3. Moreover, the model predicts that the addition of vanadium should yield the 57Fe isotope. This result was actually obtained in experiments.

    We drew the following conclusions from the numerical experiment:
    1. Contrary to the opinion of the majority of physicists, the possibility of low-energy transformation does not contradict the conservation laws.
    2. This process is collective in principle and can be simulated within the framework of processes based on weak interactions.
    3. Since weak interactions are characterized by small cross-sections, a catalyst is needed.


    Lots of transmutation data


    Effects of atomic electrons on nuclear stability and radioactive decay

    Many transmutation equations

    • psi2u2

      Axil, this is a very basic question I’m wondering if you can help me with. Accessing the Plato.Stanford definition (https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/phenomenology/), phenomenology is defined as “the study of structures of consciousness as experienced from the first-person point of view. The central structure of an experience is its intentionality, its being directed toward something, as it is an experience of or about some object.”

      When used in the context of LENR research, can you explain how this idea is being applied in a formula like “the phenomenological model.” I mean why, in simple terms, is it called that? Thanks.

      • Axil Axil

        The goal of qualitative phenomenological research is to describe the meaning of a phenomenon. As this is a qualitative analysis of narrative data, methods to analyze data must be quite different from more traditional or quantitative methods of research. Essentially, you are focused on meaning, the meaning of the data, its experience, its behavior, its context, etc.

        In the discussion section above, the researcher relates his data to his theories and that of others.. As the goal in phenomenological research is to describe the essential meaning of the experimental experience, the experimenter expands on the themes he has developed and relates them to similar experiences he has found discussed or described by his or the sources found or held by others.

        • psi2u2

          Got it. Thanks. Do you know a lucid elementary or at least jargon-free book on the subject?

  • Bob Greenyer

    He agreed to sharing it this morning, see above.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Dr. Alexander Parkhomov agrees to sharing his nucleon exchange / Fusion+Fission table

    A HUGE thankyou for his hard work and openness.

    He adds:

    “I believe that making it public will be useful for the development of LENR research. It is also useful to have a public program that allows the consideration of combinations of not only two nuclides, but also a larger number.”

    It the latter part of the sentence, he is recognising that the table as provided is only the first step and that knowing what a larger number of interacting nucleus would result in would be helpful. Due to the vast computational requirements akin to hash code breaking, distributed computing with a common database might be a way forward.


  • Axil Axil

    Is there a conceptual problem that underlies the preparation of this Parkhohov tables? There is a difference between the nuclear reaction produced by the strong force as compared to the weak force.

    If Parkhohov has assumed that LENR is a reaction based on the strong force, this assumption will inform the values that are listed in the fusion/fission tables since fusion/fission are strong force reactions.

    But if the LENR reaction is based on the weak force as Filippov, Rukhadze, and Urutskoev assume, then the energy produced by the LENR reaction is completely different from the values that are carried in the fusion/fission tables as per Parkhohov.

    LENR energy production could be even more complicated to calculate. This energy could be formed from both a sum of weak force reactions and catalyzed secondary strong force reactions.

    This energy calculation may be further complicated by the production of particles formed from some fraction of the LENR derived energy as a condensation product from this initial reaction energy.

    • Bob Greenyer

      AP is not concerning himself with mechanism or where the energy goes, it is a less than ideal sub-set of outcomes – it is seeing what is possible with nucleon exchange, fusion or splitting to from stable and from unstable to stable.

      What it does is provide a guide as to potential energy that may be available and directions for experimenters to consider in fuel choices – think about that.

      You last point is your best – well done.

  • georgehants

    Science News
    Spooky quantum entanglement goes big in new experiments
    Two teams entangled the motions of two types of small, jiggling devices
    Quantum entanglement has left the realm
    of the utterly minuscule, and crossed over to the just plain small. Two
    teams of researchers report that they have generated ethereal quantum
    linkages, or entanglement, between pairs of jiggling objects visible
    with a magnifying glass or even the naked eye — if you have keen vision.
    Physicist Mika Sillanpää and colleagues entangled the motion of two vibrating aluminum sheets, each 15 micrometers in diameter — a few times the thickness of spider silk. And physicist Sungkun Hong and colleagues performed a similar feat with 15-micrometer-long beams made of silicon, which expand and contract in width in a section of the beam. Both teams report their results in the April 26 Nature.
    Now, scientists are extending the
    dividing line to larger and larger objects. “One of our motivations is
    to keep on testing how far we can push quantum mechanics,” says
    Sillanpää, of Aalto University in Finland. “There might be some
    fundamental limit for how big objects can be” and still be quantum.
    In Sillanpää’s experiment, two tiny aluminum sheets — consisting of about a
    trillion atoms and just barely visible with the naked eye — vibrate
    like drumheads and interact with microwaves bouncing back and forth in a
    cavity. Those microwaves play the role of drum major, causing the two
    drumheads to sync up their motions. In many previous demonstrations of
    entanglement, the delicate quantum link is transient. But this one was
    long-lived, persisting as long as half an hour in experiments, Sillanpää
    says, and, in theory, even longer. “Our entanglement lasts forever,
    Read more

    • Bob Greenyer

      John Hutchison was doing this in 1979

      • weepy

        Do you have a reference ?

        • Bob Greenyer

          John was using MW (and other RF) to make Al vibrate with the same outcomes that produce strange radiation which often shows entanglement.

          He was told by US universities that replicated his work that 22-24cm light, microwaves, create the effects.

          • gerold.s

            Hi bob, i am searching for the post showing the narrow reactor with tungsten electrodes of me365 and a few explanations. I know its somewhere on DISQUS. Can you please provide the link. Thx gerold

          • Bob Greenyer

            Don’t know where it was talked about on discuss.

      • georgehants

        Morning Bob, after 70 wasted years by the establishment preaching that the Quantum has nothing to do with the macroscopic World, they as usual are proved to be wrong.
        The biological involvement of Quantum effects have been shown for some time, etc. etc.
        It has been shown that the mind effects the action of electrons, we now need it shown that it also effects such findings as above.
        Why did the universitys you mention that confirmed John Hutchison’s work not continue with it in 1979 do you think?
        Does this report help confirm your “O” day?

        • Bob Greenyer

          The above report helps to confirm the work of Hutchison.

          Johns work is constantly being re-discovered and given other names.

          Johns work was continued and he has fought for decades to get some of the organisations to make the work public. Not going to happen.

          • georgehants

            It is a sad, sad World for most, good that he at last can be credited.
            Am Hoping greatly that your “O” day may help to change that sad situation for all.

          • Bob Greenyer

            I expect a LOT of push back – most people like simple things that they can get quickly that do not challenge the way they think or what they think they have already learned as fact. They also make the mistake of thinking that other people act in good or noble ways as they believe they do.

          • georgehants

            Bob, just par for the course, Brian Josephson is only the second British Nobel Prize winner not to receive a Knighthood, due to his searching for the Truth against the establishment priests preaching.
            He informed me he will not appear on Blogs as it is a waste of time, but was good enough to at my request put up a few comments in the early days of ECW.
            Only knowledge of a higher purpose (I think) will change anything.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Brian is probably the most equipped Nobel winner in history to understand the the root of LENR and its implications.

          • georgehants

            I would be surprised if he is not still watching ECW and now waiting for “O” day.

          • Bob Greenyer

            I was invited to speak alongside him last year, until my words became too controversial and I was politely uninvited.

            I do not expect it was anything to do with him, but I can’t imagine it being so nice being locked in that kind of environment.

          • georgehants

            As the Quantum boys and girls are proving continually these days that many of the scientific Rebels have been correct all along, the sad deniers and abusers are causing an exponential rise in the membership of the Flat Earth Society where they go to comfort themselves.

          • psi2u2

            What was it that you said that led to the disinvite. I was, with my co-author, invited and disinvited to two major literary conferences, when it was discovered (after the fact of the invite) that what we wanted to present, and subsequently published in a book and several articles, would have made the audience uncomfortable and required them to rethink their assumptions. Critical thinking, it was not.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Whilst I was not scheduled to talk about the matter and was going to speak on other aspects of LENR as a ‘Maverick in science’, the invite came before I went to India the first time last year and I was uninvited afterwards.

            I stand by what I said in India, and only because of it did so much become possible.

          • Bob Greenyer
        • Axil Axil

          In LENR, Bose-Einstein condensates correspond with the production of heat. The production of heat seems to be the most desirable type of LENR energy output that all the LENR developers are after. LENR is also producing sub atomic particles and light, but people seem not to be interested in converting this non thermal energy into useful power in their reactor designs. Yes there is Mills who is trying to convert light into power through solar cells, but that conversion method is not as easy as the production of steam.

          The production of Bose-Einstein condensation is all about the synchronization of vibrations. The microwaves used in the article from Science News must be linearly polarized so that it imparts energy onto the aluminum foils in such a way to induce synchronous vibrations.

          The same polarized input energy method is seen in the RF used to drive the QX reactor. That RF signal produces a Bose-Einstein condensate inside the plasma that powers the QX. The 1 ev heat spectrum is produced by the Bose-Einstein condensate and not by black body radiation.

  • keenant

    These unexplained ice ‘circles’ have a familiar pattern, the top feature has a characteristic notch missing.


    • Bob Greenyer

      Interesting – thanks for sharing.

    • Omega Z

      Extraterrestrial researchers heading back home from the undersea observation post..

  • artefact

    Thanks to Lou Pagnucco on Lenr-forum:


    “An aspect of the subject technology/invention of the present disclosure
    includes electrode structures or elements/components that have (e.g.,
    present) fractal and/or self-complementary shapes or structures, e.g.,
    on a surface. Such shapes or structures can be pre-existing. The
    electrodes can be made of any suitable material. The electrodes may
    function or operate or be used as a “seed” structure to incorporate or
    receive a material or materials useful for lattice assisted nuclear
    reactions and/or cold fusion processes.”


    • Bob Greenyer

      Very interesting – looks like it is coming from the perspective of fractals being good TX/RX for RF and harmonics – so broad frequencies can be interacted with. The complementary aspect is also interesting. This is an area of antenna design.

  • Axil Axil


    Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox observed in many-particle system for the first time

    Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC) are at it again. The BEC plays a major role in the LENR reaction. When a BEC connects with matter, the BEC makes a direct connection with the natter and that matter becomes part of the BEC. Any energy that is produced by a nuclear reaction that happens in that matter becomes part of the BEC. This is what quantum entanglement is all about. This ability to absorb nuclear levels of power and convert that power to heat is why the BEC is the fountainhead of heat output in the LENR reaction. If a BEC does not form, than the gamma level radiation will not be converted to heat.

    • causal observer

      I think there may be a metaphorical confusion here similar to that in your note on black holes. Which is that BEC’s are usually thought of as existing only at extremely low temperatures. As you have explained elsewhere, the BEC’s in this case ( as I understand it) are (initially) comprised of electrons at high temperature. The important attribute of them is that they become quantum mechanically identical to a single particle. And then they are able to “consume” The matter that they come in contact with. Please elaborate on this if I have misunderstood or stated it imprecisely or inaccurately.

      • Axil Axil

        The polariton condensate is sustained independent of temperature. This kind of condensate is maintained through its level of pumping(Incoming energy), that is how many polaritons become members of the condensate. The petal condinsate is a rotating condensate. It is composed exclusively of electron and photon spins. The electron orbit and charge electron properties are located is a metal matrix that is far away from their spins.

        These spins produce very powerful and concentrated magnetic flux lines that penetrate transparently deeply inside the nuclei of matter that the flux lines happen to fall upon, These lines add energy to those quarks inside the nuclei that they penetrate.

        This additional magnetic energy breaks apart the nuclei and produce subatomic particles, namely kaons.

        The petal condensate is a spin based SPP and is a very specialized and obscure field of science. The people that understand and make their living with this type of SPP number in the hundreds throughout the entirety of this world because it is thought to be interesting but of little use.

  • georgehants

    Science Advances
    Electronic zero-point fluctuation forces inside circuit components
    One of the most intriguing manifestations of quantum zero-point
    fluctuations are the van der Waals and Casimir forces, often associated
    with vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field. We study
    generalized fluctuation potentials acting on internal degrees of freedom
    of components in electrical circuits. These electronic Casimir-like
    potentials are induced by the zero-point current fluctuations of any
    general conductive circuit. For realistic examples of an
    electromechanical capacitor and a superconducting qubit, our results
    reveal the possibility of tunable forces between the capacitor plates,
    or the level shifts of the qubit, respectively. Our analysis suggests an
    alternative route toward the exploration of Casimir-like fluctuation
    potentials, namely, by characterizing and measuring them as a function
    of parameters of the environment. These tunable potentials may be useful
    for future nanoelectromechanical and quantum technologies.
    Read more

    • Jouni Tuomela

      “Charge fluctuations in nanocircuits with capacitor components are shown to give rise to a novel type of long-ranged interaction, which coexist with the regular Casimir–van der Waals force. The developed theory distinguishes between thermal and quantum mechanical effects, and it is applied to capacitors involving graphene nanostructures. The charge fluctuations mechanism is captured via the capacitance of the system with geometrical and quantum mechanical components. The dependence on the distance separation, temperature, size, and response properties of the system shows that this type of force can have a comparable and even dominant effect to the Casimir interaction. Our results strongly indicate that fluctuation-induced interactions due to various thermodynamic quantities can have important thermal and quantum mechanical contributions at the microscale and the nanoscale.”


  • Bob Greenyer

    There have been well over 200 direct downloads of Alexander Parkhomov’s table since link posted, it is not known how many more people have access to it now via third party distribution.

    • Hello Bob. I have converted the big second page (of 516790 lines) of Dr. Parkhomov’s spreadsheet to database table form and have produced an interactive page, whereby anyone knowing enough about SQL can produce all sorts of interesting results – as I believe you were suggesting in your video.

      To see this, click on http://www.thinktankreport.com/FissionFusion.php

      This is very much the first version and I’m sure there’ll be feedback. For the while and with Frank’s indulgence perhaps we can use this same post.

      Note that this does require a knowledge of SQL and I really can’t think of a set of “standardised” queries that would satisfy all comers. That said, let me know! For the while, also, you’ll need to highlight and copy from the browser screen to grab the results but I’m working on more friendly downloading-of-results buttons, in something like html or pdf form. Again, watch that space.

      • Bob Greenyer

        Hi there – WOW, thank you for this hard work. Would you be able to make a video to show some example queries and embed it on the page, that would help a lot – perhaps another ECW reader can make one if I they get to grips with it?

        There are two other programmers are working on various implementations both are using a different approach – perhaps we could make a working group. Please send your direct contact details to [email protected]

        Ideally we need something where the user chooses from multi-select auto search fields the elements

        1. they have in their reactor fuel to predict outcome possibilities)
        2. they would want to see in their ash or (to suggest fuel components)
        3. they want to see in their ash with a suggested fuel element or (to reduce possible combinations)
        4. they have in their fuel and ash (to see what energetically favourable reactions are possible given real data)

        Thanks again!

        • Roger all that. I’ll need to think about those possibilities. I’m not too much into doing videos but I think a fellow SQL buff will have little trouble understanding the program.

          Your four points should be ultimately reducible to a set of admittedly complicated SQL queries. That could well be where another SQL buff could contribute ideas and we could all come up with those more specific, problem-focused queries inside a set of programs with friendly front-ends.

          • Bob Greenyer

            I am getting the hang of it – I may do a video later – it is pretty simple really.

            There are definitely the required skills in this community – already I can see that this table will save a huge amount of time.

          • – there you go! 🙂

          • Bob Greenyer

            Can’t seem to get it to work by putting in the element abbreviations – can you test that?

          • What would be a typical example that you are trying?

          • Bob Greenyer

            Well – I started with the one you wrote, could not get it to return

            E1 = ‘Ni’ and E3 = ‘Fe’

            I think a template list might be sufficient to meet the requirements above.

          • – yes, that is a bug – leave me with that.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Ok – just thought I was being incompetent – which is a thing I do suffer from. I will wait till that works before making a video – might also be good to have a link to the download of the table.

          • Roger that. While I sort that one (which is a pain and related to the use of single and/or double quotes that you must have for element names (strings)), note that the use of good old Z’s (just numbers) does still work.

            ie. if you put “Z1 = 28 and Z3 = 26” (minus the quotes) into the Core Query box, you get plenty of rows of results

          • Bob Greenyer

            Zs is good – and in that case it would be good to have a mini periodic table of element and Z – say as a pop-up (though, other than the exclusions radioactive elements are not included)

          • – noted

          • Bob Greenyer

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_chemical_elements – could grab that into a small table.

          • Thanks. Here in NZ it’s getting pretty late so I’ll be signing off for a while. But thanks, so far, for all that great feedback! Bye for now.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Thank you!

            By the way – when you step back with the browser, it only steps back on the results first then the query.

          • artefact

            Hello Bob,
            if you want to sort your query you can put a “order by MeV DESC” (descending; ASC for ascending) at the end.
            For example: Z1 = 1 order by MeV DESC

          • Bob Greenyer

            Cool – thanks for sharing, I will make a new video tomorrow and put it in a play list.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Check out this bad boy

            E2 = ‘Pb’ order by MeV DESC

          • Hmm, will Platinum soon get “shorted” on Wall Street??

          • Bob Greenyer

            Maybe…. then again…

          • Thanks Artefact – yes, the inclusion of the DESC and ASC (the latter being the default) commands can help to shape the results.

            And the user could add more than one field to it, also, eg “order by A4, MeV DESC”. Just another example of how powerful SQL can be.All that was invented by the late Edgar Codd way back in the 1970’s.

          • Bob Greenyer

            HI Phillip,

            The link that opened the output data in a new tab has gone – was that deliberate?

          • Yes, sorry Bob. I posted this but it was buried in the maze:

            Hello All Users of FissionFusion.php: The latest recent addition of the “Results” button has resulted in memory overloads!

            Accordingly, I have removed this new feature until further notice. I believe that, as long as the rows of results keep being displayed only your browsers – even if there are hundreds that scroll down the screen – it doesn’t seem to cause too much memory trouble (but I could be wrong)..

            That said, I’ll obviously be on the alert for more memory overload messages in future.

            I don’t want to restrict the number of rows you generate but I might be forced to set a limit of something like 100. Not yet though – we’ll see how it goes as it was before the “Results” button was added. To capture the results, you can always highlight and save some or all of the browser’s display and/or use your own printing software on these complete displays or snippets thereof..

            – I might look at a more efficient way to use the memory and so be able to restore the output data tab but not right now (its nearly 2am here).

          • Bob Greenyer

            That makes perfect sense – thanks for a great Job – good plan to sleep!

          • Hi again Bob and all users of http://thinktankreport.com/FissionFusion.php. I hope this doesn’t get lost in the maze again! But anyway, I’ve now restored the “Results” tab and it is more presentable. There is still an irritating bug, depending on your browser and its settings in that you (and everyone) might need to refresh that new tab before you see the latest SQL results (do you find that too?).

            But I’ve also increased the available memory that the program can call on. So far this morning (remember the time zone differences), there haven’t been any more memory overloads. Touch wood – but whoever it is out there who executed E3=’Au’ or E4=’Au’ and got 1220 rows – which was what probably crashed the memory – please just chill out and maybe watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42gig2fl0Xo

          • Bob Greenyer

            That would be me – I am preparing a presentation on it!

          • Bob Greenyer

            Table looks really nice

          • Thanks. Because of the “maze effect” I’d better copy the gist of an earlier post:

            I believe I have a simple answer to the apparent anomaly that Z1 > Z2 occurs 861 times.
            The answer is that A1 > A2 never appears in the table. So Dr Parkhomov obviously used the rule that A2 >= A1 (versus Z2 >= Z1) for all entries.

            – That being so, it looks like the ‘fissionfusion’ table is all correct so I’ve created a pure SQL file that anyone should be able to download and use to create their own copy of this database table.

            Its on this link: http://www.thinktankreport.com/fissionfusion.sql

            Its a pure string and is about 28 Megabytes, so it might take a bit of downloading. If anyone has the same setup as me, they could just use phpMyAdmin and use the Import option. Obviously, they should report back here how they go. phpMyAdmin can also be used to do all sorts of checks and tests on the table and it should be clear at an early stage whether the importing has worked.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Yes, that makes sense

            and thanks again

          • Update on downloading copies of the database table (fissionfusion.sql) as a pure string: The above link may not work with some setups. I have now added a (hopefully better) downloadable link to my interactive program (still at http://www.thinktankreport.com/FissionFusion.php). If THAT link doesn’t work (or even if it does), please reply here.

            If it does download and you use it, please don’t forget to acknowledge Dr Parkhomov and remember that his “Magnum Opus” program had to run for 10 days(!!) to produce the huge spreadsheet which he then generously made available to Open Science.

          • Bob Greenyer

            You didn’t go to sleep did you!

            Nice one – the element abbreviations works now

          • – No, I didn’t go to sleep but I definitely will now. 🙂

            But as the program is now, if you strictly use SINGLE quotes for the element names, it should work OK. Of course, it should really work with double quotes as well but I’ll look into all that and the other stuff in the morning (but some of those things will take more time).

          • Bob Greenyer

            Very nice job.

            I did a thought experiment the other day that took about 6 hours to complete – I can do it with this SQL DB connection in around 10 mins – HUGE THANKS

          • Musical Hemispheres

            Ooo, if only those nightly hours weren’t the most productive… 😉
            Thank you for the effort you’re putting in.

          • Appreciated

          • Bob Greenyer

            Hi Philip,

            It would be very useful to have the number of matches returned to a query

          • Good idea – done.

          • Bob Greenyer

            Wonderful – very helpful, particularly when the number of returns spills over the page.

          • Hi Bob,

            As you know, I’ve now fixed the bug concerning the use of element symbols (but, until further notice, we still need to stick to single versus double quotes).

            But looking now at:

            Also, it might be good to specify that the lighter element should be listed first in Z1-4 sequence

            Returns results
            Z1=12 and Z2 = 13

            Does not return results
            Z1=13 and Z2 = 12

            – that specific example is true but if you simply enter “Z1 > Z2” (minus the quotes) in the Core Query box, you get 861 results. So here, perhaps, the data does not follow the rule (that Z1 should not be larger than Z2) even though it ought to. I could possibly re-arrange the “offending” rows but I’ll hang fire on that until we are all agreed that this is what is going on and not something that Dr P has thought of but not us.

          • – while we are pondering that issue, I can report that you can now use either single or double quotes around the element symbols. FYI, the software now just converts any double quotes to single quotes in your Core Query. Simplest way.

            I’ve also made the table more presentable, including having the MeV column format standardised to 4 decimal places and right justified. And, with every query, you can now click on a Results button to see a crude but accurate copy of the table. Because I can’t use the site to store everyone’s work, that copy will get constantly overwritten. Even so, each temporary file for each user is unique to their IP number, so you (hopefully) won’t intercept or overwrite someone else’s results. I can look to producing more fancy result files later.

          • Hello All Users of FissionFusion.php: The latest recent addition of the “Results” button has resulted in memory overloads!

            Accordingly, I have removed this new feature until further notice. I believe that, as long as the rows of results keep being displayed only your browsers – even if there are hundreds that scroll down the screen – it doesn’t seem to cause too much memory trouble (but I could be wrong)..

            That said, I’ll obviously be on the alert for more memory overload messages in future.

            I don’t want to restrict the number of rows you generate but I might be forced to set a limit of something like 100. Not yet though – we’ll see how it goes as it was before the “Results” button was added. To capture the results, you can always highlight and save some or all of the browser’s display and/or use your own printing software on these complete displays or snippets thereof..

          • Bob Greenyer

            I think that his algo started with light elements and matched with all the other elements and those that had 2 stable products with same nucleons got recorded – it is curious that there are Z1 > Z2 because one would imagine these to be duplicates that would have been culled.

          • OK, so it looks like my first step would be to make sure there’s at least one copy of table(!!!) and then check whether there are

            1) Exact duplicates – where each row is exactly the same.

            2) Effective duplicates – where if Z1 > Z2 and, if you swap (E1, Z1, A1) with (E2, Z2, A2), the row would then have an exact duplicate.

            3) Unmatched “duplicates” – where if Z1 > Z2 but if you swap (E1, Z1, A1) with (E2, Z2, A2) the row would NOT have an exact duplicate.

            – is that sounding right?

          • Bob Greenyer

            er… looks about right. a search and a quick human looksee might confirm.

          • OK – leave me with all that for now. I now see there are a number of methods in the literature and I’ll study them further. What I do recall with queries essentially involving two tables (or copy of one) is that they take a very long time and especially when they are as big as this one is. I might be able to do it in “pure” SQL or else might need to “cheat” and use PHP as well.

          • Bob Greenyer

            The DB is very useful as is.

          • georgehants

            Morning Bob and Phillip, has been very interesting reading you guys talking Martian, I have understood the odd word like “and” “very” etc.
            Well done on the hard work, hope it all turns out well.

          • Bob Greenyer

            I have something that I was working on before Phillip did his wonderful work – it was made a lot easier and I will publish it later today.

      • Bob Greenyer

        Dear Phillip

        You need to re-name it to ‘The main energetically favourable nucleon exchange table from Dr. Alexander Parkhomov’s Fusion Fission spreadsheet’

  • georgehants

    HOUSTON – (April 30, 2018) – Rice University scientists are known for
    exceptional research, but a new paper led by physicist Junichiro Kono
    makes that point most literally.
    The discovery of exceptional points in a unique material created by
    Kono’s lab is one of several revelations in a paper that appears in Nature Photonics.
    These spectral singularities are central to another phenomenon, the
    team’s newfound ability to continuously tune the transition between the
    weak and ultra-strong coupling of light and matter confined in a vacuum.
    That ability may give researchers the opportunity to explore novel
    quantum technologies like advanced information storage or
    one-dimensional lasers.
    Kono said the work also demonstrates that the aligned nanotubes
    cooperate with each other. “The vacuum Rabi splitting (a measure of
    coupling strength between photons in the vacuum and electrons in the
    solid film) increases as we increase the number of nanotubes,” he said.
    “This is evidence that the nanotubes coherently cooperate as they
    interact with the cavity photons.”
    Read more

    • georgehants

      The most important thing we need to know regarding their statement,–“This is evidence that the nanotubes coherently cooperate as they interact with the cavity photons.” — can this phenomenon be affected by the human mind as already shown with the paths of electrons.

      • causal observer
        • georgehants

          Thanks Causal, yes always good people working to find the Truth against a brick wall in science.
          The Research is definitely increasing now though.

    • Axil Axil


      The nanotubes must be all twisted in the sane way. This twist will impart chiral polarization onto the photons. Any solid state laser application requires that the photons are polarized. Any brain based coherence will be polarized left handed so polarization matching is a requirement for any system wide biological based entanglement. All the nanotubes must be built in the same way to provide a common structural framework for coherence.

      • georgehants

        Thanks Axil, how does your comment work in the below experiment —
        ‘Zeno effect’ verified—atoms won’t move while you watch
        One of the oddest predictions of quantum theory – that a system can’t change while you’re
        watching it – has been confirmed in an experiment by Cornell physicists.
        Their work opens the door to a fundamentally new method to control and
        manipulate the quantum states of atoms and could lead to new kinds of
        Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2015-10-zeno-effect-verifiedatoms-wont.html#jCp

      • Alan DeAngelis
      • John Oman

        I’m befuddled… As I understand it, (a) above is chiral one way and (b) the other. They can’t be mistake from one another and it makes perfect sense. I look at my hands… The left hand is chiral one way and the right hand is chiral the other. They can’t be mistaken from one another and it makes perfect sense… Then I said to myself, ‘Self, if you flip one of your hands over and look at it from the other side (ignoring that one side is a working side with calluses and finger prints and the other with soft skin and hair), from a shape perspective, the left has the same look/shape as the flipped over right. Ah ha! I said to self… If I flip one of the nanotubes above and look at it from the other side/end, it will look the same as it’s chiral opposite… Of course… It made perfect sense… Ah…. Wait a minute… Is this the real difference between the two nanotubes… We are just looking at the same tube from the opposite end??? Hmmm… Is that all that the chiral difference is??? Somethings wrong with my thinking and how can I clear this up? I take a standard flat sheet of 8.5″ X 11″ printer paper and draw diagonal lines on it from one side to the other and then roll up to form a tube and tape the ends together. When I look down one end of the tube, the lines veer off counter-clock-wise.. When I look down the other end of the tube, the lines veer off counter-clock-wise… It doesn’t matter which end/side of the nanotubes I look at, ‘a’ is ‘a’ and ‘b’ is ‘b’… Why aren’t my hands like this also??? I’m guessing… I don’t have it processed yet (and may never get there)… But I ‘think’ it has to do with 2D vs 3D and/or left/right vs circular polarization…
        Axil – I sincerely want to thank you for your efforts in conveying your miraculous understanding and insights to us mere mortals.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Overview of how to query Phillip Power’s 2 to 2 nucleon exchange database based on Dr. Parkhomov’s table


  • Thanks. Yes, I do plan to open up the permitted SQL commands in the next version but will first need to exclude all “delete”, “update” or “alter” keywords (can you add to that list?). So the trick is to preserve the table and not weigh down the server, whatever the SQL command is. Whether via too many rows in the results or by using SQL commands that might use unions or make other major demands on the server.

    It’s just a MySQL server used as part of my shared PHP hosting connection with Bluehost – although at least I have a dedicated IP. My program uses PHP and MySQLi. From the cPanel I can use phpMyAdmin.

    • sgm0369


      At some point, when the most common queries are identified they could be written as stored procedures and only expose a couple of parameters: that should help in reducing risks of server overload or (worse) SQL injection threats.

      • Thanks for those tips. So the list of words that could prompt an immediate ban on proceeding with a submitted query would now include:

        delete, update, alter, truncate, table, create, insert, set and declare – at the least.

        It may be better to form a list of the only words we could accept. Obviously, “select” and “where” would be two (and the only two so far!)

        But I’m not sure there could ever be a finite set of the most common queries for this particular table.

        And, as you say, it is threat of SQL injection that is the biggest worry.

        For now, I’ll look into those duplicate or effectively duplicate row issues. I’ll need to do that in the “engine room” of either phpMySQL or most likely using specific PHP programing. In principle, there are are pure SQL queries that can do this but there are half a million rows, each of 13 variables it would broadly come down to (13 million)**2 comparisons, which just won’t be practical. Instead, I think I’ll need to “box clever” and start with the “low hanging fruit” – the “anomalous” entries where Z1 > Z2.

        • I’m not sure whether I’m now talking to myself or not but I believe I have a simple answer to the apparent anomaly that Z1 > Z2 occurs 861 times.

          The answer is that A1 > A2 never appears in the table. So Dr Parkhomov obviously used the rule that A2 >= A1 (versus Z2 >= Z1) for all entries.

  • georgehants

    Public Release: 2-May-2018
    Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source
    A research group from ITMO University first time in the world developed a
    controlled light source based on nanodiamond. Experiments have shown
    that diamond shell doubles the emission speed light sources and helps to
    control them without any additional nano- and microstructures. This was
    achieved due to artificially created defects in a diamond crystal
    lattice. Obtained results are important for the development of quantum
    computers and optical networks. The work is published in the Nanoscale.
    Read more

  • georgehants

    A Novel Voltage Peak in the Metal Nanowire-Superconductor Hybrid Structure
    Wed, 05/02/2018 – 10:18am
    by Science China Press

  • Stephen

    Interesting star.


    I wonder if the elements seen in the spectrum make sense from an LENR point of view and if a slowly rotating star is more likely to develop this signature.

    • Bob Greenyer

      Very interesting – thanks for sharing.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Making GOLD – Were alchemists right all along?

    Does new data and understanding related to Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) provide evidence that at least the main metal choices of the alchemists were the right ones?

    Steemit blog with all the relevant links embedded is here



    • georgehants

      Evening Bob, does this work add to and help to confirm your “O” day thinking?

      • Bob Greenyer

        Yes – it is one thing to have a realisation about how something works, but to have more hard data that points to its reality, supported by thousands of years of experiments helps.

        Other than getting the right spread of elements into the active agents, there is is more to targetting specific elements which will be in ‘O Day’ if not before – but it is only a very small part of ‘O day’.

        • Excellent thinking and excellent work, Bob! NOW I get it – and I’m happy to have played a small role in your grand conception, which could well lead to many more very exciting developments!

          • Bob Greenyer

            You have made Dr. Parkhomov’s data a tool. You should feel very satisfied.


          • georgehants

            Phillip, in a sane society you et al would be automatically rewarded by society, pro rata for the value to society of your work.
            No need for crazy patents or you trying to keep it secret and wasting time and effort to sell it.

          • Thanks in turn George. As you, Bob, Dr Parkhomov, Axil, Frank and the whole ECW gang will also know, it’s a great feeling to contribute to the Open Science movement and, as you say, free of all the IP and commercial time, energy and morale-sapping swamps!

            I also think that, with this internet forum and others, we are lucky to be the first generation to experience such an open, interactive, cooperative, world-wide, ongoing brainstorming session as ECW surely is!

          • georgehants

            Phillip, best reward I can give you guys. 12 years old, Enjoy


    • Axil Axil

      Alan;s experiment can form a baseline experimental platform to test the posits presented in the “Making Gold” video.


      Alan’s experiment above.

      Alan’s experiment can be adjusted to include the required gold producing elements. The foil target can be formed from an alloy of lead and calcium. The gas envelope can be krypton and the high voltage source and interact with the lead alloy..

    • Axil Axil

      Dr. Vladimir Vysotskii has shown us that transmutation in biological systems is an extremely LOW energy activity. This means that organic chemistry can access the transmutation processes that occurs in the nucleus. Transmutation may have NO impact on the energy produced in a LENR reactor. As suggested in the “making gold” video, the “forcing together” of elements with great force is not required and does not happen in LENR. LENR is a process that can be carried out through organic chemistry. The alchemists might have used organic chemical reactions to produce their transmutation results if any.


      • georgehants

        Axil, out of interest I asked Rossi years ago if it was possible that the ancient alchemists could have stumbled across Cold Fusion, he replied, yes it is possible.

        • Bob Greenyer

          Of course, bio or techno – logical, it is the same underlying process IMPO

      • Bob Greenyer

        I understand there are are Ayurvedic methods to producing gold using yeast and bacteria at biological fermentation temperatures.

  • stuart

    I remember some talk of arc furnaces producing unexpected extra volume of material….i wonder what might happen if a small arc furnace was used with lead, potassium carbonate and calcium carbonate…it could be easy to do on the bench top……https://youtu.be/VTzKIs19eZE

    • Bob Greenyer

      Yes – I would do it in a fume cupboard.

      Look at the patent in the steemit article – you can use molten PbO as an electrolyte.

  • thanks again – noted for later versions

  • sam

    Alan Smith tour of Looking for heat lab.


  • Bob Greenyer

    Thankyou ilk, I am preparing a ‘Making GOLD’ part 2 presentation and the research in this pdf supports some of my own and will help people accept ‘O Day’

  • Axil Axil


    Alchemy on the Cutting Edge (2014) – Lawrence M. Principe

    Lawrence M. Principe is the Drew Professor of the Humanities, Department of the History of Science and Technology, Johns Hopkins University. His lecture, “Alchemy on the Cutting Edge, Theoretical Innovations and the Pursuit of Transmutation” was given as the 21st Annual Dibner Library Lecture on December 11, 2014. It is widely believed that chemistry and alchemy parted company around the end of the 17th century. Chemistry became a modern science, alchemy withered away as a false pursuit. The historical reality is, however, very different. The separation of transmutational pursuits from “acceptable” chemistry was complex, having little to do with scientific developments. Recent archival discoveries show that prominent chemists continued to pursue transmutation until at least the 1760s. Even in the 19th century, new chemical ideas sparked more than one reconciliation between alchemy and chemistry. This lecture explores the resilience of transmutational aspirations and their adaptability to new chemical theories.

    It is interesting that the early alchemists may have used bacterial to transmute silver into gold. LENR seems to be the logical extension of alchemy and will be the culmination of the search for the philosophers stone.


    • Bob Greenyer

      Axil – this is an excellent presentation that I highly recommend – I watched on 2X speed – thanks for sharing.

      It is interesting that his research mentions the role of bacteria. If I can find the links in my notes to the Ayervedic approaches I will put them here. There is also a modern researcher that made open their bacterial / yeist / silver > gold process (boiling vats with pyrolysed carbon with air pumped through it) – I am sure you will be able to find it before me as I am focussed on some other presentations today.

    • Bob Greenyer
  • Musical Hemispheres

    Not entirely through yet, but very impressed by all the connections that are made in the article!
    Highly recommend read!
    Thanks for posting, ilk!

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