Brillouin Energy Corporation

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Carl White
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Oh dear...

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Don't tell me you weren't expecting it :)

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Don't tell me you weren't expecting it
Another year, another LENR- scheme.

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Might that be the web design and physics are somehow connected? :?

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Some more information concerning Brillouin Energy:

http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newen ... /#comments

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Carl White wrote:Some more information concerning Brillouin Energy:

http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newen ... /#comments
The "neutron is a composite particle" conjecture shows up yet again.
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djolds1 wrote:
Carl White wrote:Some more information concerning Brillouin Energy:

http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newen ... /#comments
The "neutron is a composite particle" conjecture shows up yet again.
Pharis William's "Dynamic Theory" also postulates the neutron as a composite particle as well.

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kurt9 wrote:
djolds1 wrote:
Carl White wrote:Some more information concerning Brillouin Energy:

http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newen ... /#comments
The "neutron is a composite particle" conjecture shows up yet again.
Pharis William's "Dynamic Theory" also postulates the neutron as a composite particle as well.
Given the CVs of its advisors, Brillouin is the third credible place I've run across that conjecture.
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djolds1 wrote:
kurt9 wrote:
djolds1 wrote:The "neutron is a composite particle" conjecture shows up yet again.
Pharis William's "Dynamic Theory" also postulates the neutron as a composite particle as well.
Given the CVs of its advisors, Brillouin is the third credible place I've run across that conjecture.
Yeah, but William's depiction of the neutron being composed of an electron surrounded by a proton looks rather dubious to me.

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kurt9 wrote:
djolds1 wrote:Given the CVs of its advisors, Brillouin is the third credible place I've run across that conjecture.
Yeah, but William's depiction of the neutron being composed of an electron surrounded by a proton looks rather dubious to me.
Rises and falls on the modified electrostatic potential. Not impossible - see Lord Rutherford for how bad the status quo can get things wrong.
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I read William's compact reactor paper. It presents a model of the Deuterium nucleus that is certainly unconventional, to say the least. Is there experimental evidence for this model?

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kurt9 wrote:I read William's compact reactor paper. It presents a model of the Deuterium nucleus that is certainly unconventional, to say the least. Is there experimental evidence for this model?
Still chewing my way through the pdfs and books. Solid experiments for tests have been proposed, and some hardware is/was being tested by aerospace contacts of Williams before the '08 economic implosion.
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djolds1 wrote:
kurt9 wrote:I read William's compact reactor paper. It presents a model of the Deuterium nucleus that is certainly unconventional, to say the least. Is there experimental evidence for this model?
Still chewing my way through the pdfs and books. Solid experiments for tests have been proposed, and some hardware is/was being tested by aerospace contacts of Williams before the '08 economic implosion.
There's a lot to chew through. I take it the book that you are reading is the one presented on William's website. Perhaps John Reed might be interested in it.

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More information about Brilluoin Energy, including a link to some technical discussion of their approach to testing.

http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/07/brillo ... ially.html

http://www.brillouinenergy.com/Brilloui ... d_Data.pdf

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