Location:Spokane, WA USA
#1 - Posted: 20/08/2008 04:45
I think that a vacuum energy phenomenon is taking place where people imagine that they are witnessing cold-fusion. It has been know since the early 1900's that when H2 gas is blown across a heated Tungsten filiment that the gas mysteriously spikes a much higher temperature than the temperature of the filiment. Not only that, but it is far hotter, further away from the filiment.
The only explanation I haver heard that even begins to make sense to me is this. The heated filiment causes the H2 molecules to split up into independent H1 atoms. These H1 atoms are VERY small, so they caqn start to vibrate at the extreme high frequencies where vacuum energy starts being usefully energetic. Further out, away from the hot filiment they come back together as H2 molecules, but they must release the extra energy that they have just absorbed.
I am planning a series of experiments to determine if excess heat is involved. Jean Naudin claims to have obtained positive results. He has a great website that delves into many facinating matters.