What is Going on With Mizuno Replication Efforts?

This post is a question rather than a report. When Tadihiko Mizuno and Jed Rothwell published their paper “Increased Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel” in June of this year, they also included detailed instructions on how they carried out their experiment, and were encouraging experimenters to try and replicate what was reported.

So far, the only report I have seen from anyone who has tried a replication has been from H Zhang: (https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/ZhangHreproducti.pdf) who reported achieving 9.6 W of excess heat, which was a lot less than Mizuno himself reported (up to 3 kW of excess heat).

So I’m just wondering if anyone knows about other work going on in this area, or could give any status updates. The Mizuno paper seems to be a good starting point for people to try and get a positive LENR results, but there hasn’t been as much reported as I had hoped.

I realize it has only been a few months since the paper was published, and there must be a lot of specialized equipment and setup required to run these experiments, so maybe my hopes for quick results and reports are unrealistic.

If anyone could provide news, updates, information, etc. I am sure there would be a lot of people who would be interested and appreciative.

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