Available videos of Tuesday’s lecture presentations from the 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-18) are posted on the ColdFusionNow Youtube channel.
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ALL slides from ICCF-18 presentations are on the University of Missouri archive here.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Presentation videos
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 Presentation videos
Monday, July 22, 2013 Presentations videos
Here’s the individual video links below, along with a link to the associated slides for each presentation:
Michael McKubre and Edmund Storms Tritium Panel Part 1
Edmund Storms “Success in Making Tritium” [slides]
Mahadeva Srinivasan Tritium Panel Part 2
Mahadeva Srinivasan “Revisiting Early BARC Tritium Results” [slides]
Tom Claytor and Q&A Tritium Panel Part 3
Francesco Celani “Further progress/developments, on surface/bulk treated Constantan wires, for anomalous heat generation by H2/D2 interaction” [slides]
Mitchell Swartz “Amplification and Restoration of Energy Gain Using Fractionated Magnetic Fields on ZrO2-PdD Nanostructured CF/LANR Quantum Electronic Component” [slides]
Mathieu Valat “Celani’s Wire Excess Heat Effect Replication” [slides]
George Miley “Distributed Power Source Using Low Energy Nuclear Reactions” [slides]
Olga Dmitriyeva “Numerical Modeling of Hydrogen/Deuterium Absorption in Transition-Metal Alloys” [slides]
Unfortunately, we were unable to video the “Emerging Career Opportunities in CMNS Panel“.
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Communiques from Columbia
Cold Fusion Now! coverage from ICCF-18
Message from ICCF-18: Sunday Basic Course
Day 1 Opening Reception: Top Researchers and New Faces
Day 2 Monday: Strong Claims and Rebuttals
Day 3 Tuesday: PHOTOS!
Day 4 Wednesday: Presentations and Behind the Scenes
Day 5 Thursday: Presentation and Awards
Day 6: The Way Forward
Banquet Snapshots: Celebrating Science
ICCF-18 Post Thoughts: Long Hours, High Spirits, and The Young Guns
Concluding Observations on ICCF-18 by David French
Presentations slides and papers from the proceedings will be available, as authors give their permission, at: https://mospace.umsystem.edu/xmlui/handle/10355/35424
4 Replies to “ICCF-18 Presentation Videos for Tuesday, July 23”
Perhaps the tritium disappears due to the following reactions.
Pd(104) + t > p + Pd(106) 8.2 MeV
Pd(105) + t > p + Pd(107) 7.6 MeV
Pd(106) + t > p + Pd(108) 7.3 MeV
Pd(108) + t > p + Pd(110) 6.5 MeV
Pd(110) + t > p + Pd(112) 5.7 MeV
I wonder if this has anything to do with it? I do know that the “constants” are being questioned. Prof Vyotski proposed that Plank’s constant was not.
The decay rates are not constant. (Geology is in trouble)
Interesting, the LENR taking place in the lattice may be affecting decay rates as sunspots do. Also, neutrinos as well as electrons would be given off during beta decays within the lattice.
Ragheb and Miley thought that the tritium could be formed by an Oppenheimer-Phillips reaction. d(d,p)t.
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