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-- SilverThunder 23:10, 23 January 2016 (UTC)
Our friend at NASA, Clay Graner, brought this story to our attention:
Mixing glow stick chemicals with ferrofluid literally breaks the visible spectrum (ScienceDump 16 Jan 2016)
: Most of know that when you are using magnets to control ferrofluid – a liquid that displays unusual properties in the presence of a magnetic field – is pure magic and I believe it’s the closest thing we have to the black arts.
: But what would happen if you add the chemicals that are inside a glow stick to ferrofluid, well it becomes something that is visually so stunning and awesome in the way the chemicals react to the ferrofluid. The color combinations are something you’ve never seen before.
: But now the big question, how is this possible? Well in the video below, Physics Girl breaks it down what is happening beyond the spectacular effect of the chemical reaction.
Ferrofluid is a liquid that displays unusual properties in the presence of a magnetic field. Watch what happens when we mix ferrofluid with the liquid from a glow stick! (YouTube / Physics Girl October 20, 2015)
This one is also pretty cool. The effects start at about 1:27.
Ferrofluid is an amazing liquid that is also magnetic and follows the field of a magnet. It's also very messy (YouTube / Mist8k December 3, 2014)
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Google News brought this story to my attention:
Hope springs eternal for nuclear fusion breakthrough - by Clive Cookson (Financial Times January 17, 2016)
Excerpts relating to LENR:
: Undeterred by taunts that fusion always seems to lie 50 years in the future as a commercial energy source, a growing programme of research is aimed at taming the nuclear reaction that powers the sun and the H-bomb. It releases energy by combining light elements, in contrast to the atom-splitting fission process that drives current nuclear power stations.
: Fusion research falls into three different camps.
: [...] Lurking out in left field is a third way — utterly different in that it claims to release fusion energy in much more moderate conditions, close to room temperature. This approach, a successor to the “cold fusion” experiments carried out by Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann in 1989 and now usually called “low energy nuclear reaction” or LENR, is ignored by the scientific mainstream but making progress according to devotees in labs around the world.
: All three techniques offer the long-term promise of virtually limitless carbon-free energy with much less radioactive waste than nuclear fission.
: [...] While there is considerable interaction between scientists working on hot fusion, cold fusion research takes place in a world of its own. Many mainstream scientists will not touch LENR which they see as tainted by the cold fusion fiasco of 1989, when Profs Fleischmann and Pons claimed to have achieved fusion on a lab bench — an experiment that others could not reproduce. However, after more than 25 years of experimentation, several research groups have built up evidence that real nuclear reactions lay behind the pair’s results. The problem according to Professor Huw Price, a philosopher of science at Cambridge university, is that cold fusion became a “reputation trap” which most researchers avoid because they know the scientific world will not take their work seriously.
I wanted to leave a comment for that story, but for some reason it is saying my email is invalid. Maybe one of you could post it for me.
: LENR is hardly flailing. There are several companies making great strides. In the lead is Andrea Rossi's E-Cat, which is being financed by Industrial Heat, who did a year of due diligence, first. The E-Cat will be a megawatt plant, and could be emerging as soon as this March. To get an idea of how dynamic this research is, take a look at http://E-CatWorld.com which has been giving daily updates for years. Our coverage of LENR can be seen at http://peswiki.com/index.php/News:Cold_Fusion
-- SilverThunder 16:14, 18 January 2016 (UTC)
My computer is being worked on, and I need that computer to edit PESN.com, so it will be a few days before I'll be able to resume there.
I can edit PESWiki from any computer.
I still use FrontPage to author PESN, on my computer that still uses XP.
-- SilverThunder 14:25, 18 January 2016 (UTC)
Relevance: Directory:Viktor Schauberger
I received the following from Forbidden Knowledge TV
Viktor Schauberger was an Austrian
inventor who sought to emulate
nature in the generation of energy.
He thought that human technology
had it all backwards, by basically
running on controlled explosions,
when his observations of nature
revealed that energy was generated
via implosion by means of vortices.
He developed implosive turbine
engines in the 1940s and his skills
were tapped by the Nazis, against
After World War II, he was brought
to the US to be debriefed by the US
military, which almost drove him
mad before he allowed to return
home, whereupon he soon passed
This film explores the many intriguing
insights of the original thinker who
was Viktor Schauberger.
Video: (75 mins)
(YouTube / Cosmic Polymath July 3, 2012)
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