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Author Topic: the Parkhomov LENR Experiment  (Read 3149 times)

Offline ramset

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the Parkhomov LENR Experiment
« on: January 27, 2015, 01:39:55 AM »

 here I will be posting some comments from people actively investigating these experiments as well as other similar replications.

Info on test here

This comment about the Russian Parkhomov replication; note embedded comment by Mike McKubre:

Michael McKubre Reviews the Parkhomov Experiment
Posted on January 15, 2015 by Frank Acland • 47 Comments

Thanks to Sanjeev for posting this link in the replication thread.

Michael McKubre, Director of the Energy Research Center of the Materials Research Laboratory at SRI International in Palo Alto, Calfornia, is a well known and long-time researcher in the LENR field, and has published an article in Infinite Energy magazine reviewing the recently published Alexander Parkhomov experiment using a Hot Cat-like device.

As usual, McKubre provides a thorough analysis of the experiment with great attention to the details of the experimental setup and protocols used. He expresses some concerns with Parkhomov’s report — notably the lack of calibration data, but thinks this is an important experiment that deserves to be repeated by Parkhomov and other replicators.

He also expresses confidence in Dr. Parkhomov’s professional credentials, noting that the University is very reputable, and that he (McKubre) has worked with some of Parkhomov’s colleagues over the years.

Here is his conclusion:

As a comment in conclusion, there are gaps and unexplained effects in the data set, notably in the missing calibration data, and the foreground data record is slight. Nevertheless the experiment is clearly specified, easily performed, elegant and sufficiently accurate (with relevant calibration). I would recommend that the experiment be attempted by anyone curious and with the facilities to do so safely, exactly as described. Anything else or more runs the risk of teaching us nothing. I await further word from Parkhomov and reports from further replication teams.
Parkhomov has really captured the attention of the LENR community. His results, if confirmed, are spectacular, and the experiment is very simple, which is very attractive to people who want to try to replicate. I am sure this experiment will be a driving force among LENR enthusiasts during the next weeks and months, and I expect that we will see more
replication efforts of Parkhomov going forward.

Offline profitis

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Re: the Parkhomov LENR Experiment
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2015, 08:16:22 AM »
They're catching on quik.