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Am I the only one "smart" enough to see "Nuclear" was spelled WAY wrong?


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Watched the video right before bed, knocked me out for a few hours. correct me if im wrong but was the basic idea that they found a material that makes light travel slower and sound travel faster to the point they are equal? And because of some crazy math they think it will yeild cold fusion? I used to be good at math but i hated it so much and there was way too much of it for me.
Edit: and yes i noticed it was spelled wrong too.

Edited by Ferretpaint, 02 May 2012 - 08:19 PM.


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I don't type perfectly. Yes, I misspell things like engrish. Many materials slow down light. That is what the refractive index is for. Palladium black is the material that they are talking about. As for cold fusion, it really is much more simple to experiment with. The fact that we are told that cold fusion is not possible and that nobody has reproduced it is a complete sham.
http://jlnlabs.onlin...iycfr/index.htm
http://jlnlabs.onlin...ok/rh/index.htm

http://jlnlabs.onlin...clkrs/index.htm


I have done simple cold fusion reactions on my back porch. I have provided the sources for my information. Anyone with a little lab and an afternoon can do this stuff.

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Am I the only one "smart" enough to see "Nuclear" was spelled WAY wrong?


Yes you are the only one "smart" enough to see my poor spelling. How's your math?

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Cold fusion, 1 x 106m =Vc, velocity of sound for an electron and more bs... rofl
Problem is that most people who don't have a clue in physics find this great ...


If you read Frank determined that this was the speed of sound not light.

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Yes you are the only one "smart" enough to see my poor spelling. How's your math?


Well..... I can calculate when something is ironic and meant as a joke.

Math..... college level was my highest. It's gotten me through life pretty good so far.

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There are different college levels, just saying ;).




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