Analysis of Thunderstorm Generator SEM/EDS Images (Bob Greenyer)

There is a new video from the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project in which Bob Greenyer analyzes images from a SEM (scanning electron microscope) of parts of a Thunderstorm Generator which was provided to Bob by inventor Malcolm Bendall.

Here are some of Bob’s comments with images:

“After doing a rough map of the first sample I placed under the SEM – I looked closer at the very first candidate sphere Guess what – it was a crenelated Fe + O microsphere There are millions of them.”

“It appears that based on the observed semi-regular array of medium sized fractal toroidal magnetic cores, there may be over 129 million interactions sites at this scale on the inside of the outside of the 24″ Thunderstorm Generator.”

“There are other scale structures, for instance, if the small structures seen below are 5 µm apart, then there are 4.65 quadrillion or 4,650,000,000,000,000 interaction sites at this size assuming even coverage.
Needless to say, there is plenty of evidence of interactions.”

The video is below (note that the sound cuts out at around the 9 minute mark)