Well, you always believe that someone has something regardless of the fact that they don't have any proof of what they claim to have.parallel wrote:Yes, I thought Weir and EEStor had something. Obviously they didn't have what they claimed. I know very little about capacitors and based this belief on what a few people said rather than following and understanding the development in detail.
Additionally you know very little not only about Capacitors, but also about QM, traditional Chemistry, Plasma physics and a plethora of other subjects that make you unable to judge not only this technology as a whole, but even the single elements that compose it.
I told you several times before. Get an education on these subjects and discuss with relevant arguments and not with useless and idiotic link-and-run posts.
No is not.parallel wrote:The LENR case is quite different.
But of course I bet that this time you refrained from investing any money into it, didn't you?