More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

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Re: More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:53 pm

Call them.
I did mean the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
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Post by Mike Beauford » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:57 pm

Hi Matthew,

Many people have claimed over unity, and no one to date has delivered! Forgive us for being skeptical. The one true measure is if you can use a bubble detector and it registers bubbles, then now we are talking. It's immune to EMI and if there are neutron's, it will show it. Search on the forums regarding BTI bubble detectors and it will all make sense.

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Re: Dear Mr. Brown at the Navyheating−30°C to +45°C over a period of a few minutes.

Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:10 pm

how much does that cost? a BTI

Do you have one I can send you my equipment fedex and lab notes

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Re: More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:13 pm

Thanks for having an open mind.

Do you think its wise to disclose thermonuclear reaction data on an unsecure website?

I vote for no?

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Re: Dear Mr. Brown at the Navyheating−30°C to +45°C over a period of a few minutes.

Post by Chris Bradley » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:17 pm

Matthew Kramer wrote:
> I have flown serval types of aircraft. You should have more respect for your peers!
Which types, and where?

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Re: More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by Jim Kovalchick » Fri Jul 06, 2012 7:21 pm

Your response to my challenge was frivolous at best.

The NRC doesn't engage in consultation. They engage in licensing and regulatory activitites that are subject to public disclosure.

You should be able to point to specific documentation in their ADAMS system or through their web based public document room. Had you had official involvement by the NRC in your so-called project, there would be documentation of it available for anyone to see. What is the docket number of your project? Can you name anyone by name or title at the NRC with whom you have dealt?

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Re: More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by Richard Hull » Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:00 pm

I hate leaping in on these worthless endeavors, but your reference to Project Sherwood and the contained note related to low temperature fusion did note that this was specifically related to muon induced fusion. You got some 100mev+ muons? If not, the reference is just so much flooby dust thrown into the air.

Do not change the tittle of a running thread.

This whole exercise is one of futility and we will never see a single watt of your "breakthrough project" do anything of commercial or social value as is the case with so many other limited knowledge claimants. Still, your efforts have resulted in about the same useful electrical output as those who have invested billions of our dollars in their fusion effort. They, however, get to be in the news due to their cachet and you won't.

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the N.R.C. does lic. fusion reactors, and operators

Post by Sbwavefarm » Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:23 pm

Only if your going commercial.

Comission paper sec 2 0090064 will be able to educate you -or call 817-200-1181

47 C this morning, take that UCLA! (CPM"S say radiation)

It is so great that they shutdown with the touch of a switch. No meltdowns.
WARNING it does produce radiation, and UV light DOES NOT effect the G/M tube.

Chemical, or Fusion reaction if you can heat water that fast you have a powerplant.

I hear the NRC HQ is in Maryland, one of several states without electricty.

Send your resume to sbwavefarm@yahoo.com if you have experience with permiting or building nuclear reactors. Building site is on 90 AC in California- Nevada City 95959 and will be grid connected.

What the heck isn't the rest of the country working on fusion or is it just the great Republic of California!

Carbon Dioxide is one of the major inputs. 9 watts of electricity per min. Hottest in CA

International Standards Orginization has an energy system cert. Probably do that as well. Measures inputs and outputs by a third party.

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Re: More Than Break even Reaction- one unit in - 7.7226023 out

Post by John Smith » Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:51 pm

Sorry to do it this way but I have to add to this hilarious discussion.

Mr. Kramer could you please also tells us more about your psychic powers (and the lab explosion).

http://www.dcavarretta.info/chips/about%20us.htm (Yes this it the same Matthew Kramer)
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Matthew H Kramer
Psychic Medium

One of my first memories as a child was talking to a "ghost" of small girl named "Felecia" where I was born in Hartford, California. I graduated from Linfield College in Oregon. I currently work as a research chemist in Santa Barbara, and bring my scientific background to bear when using my "extra senses" to communicate with the departed. I record my impressions from a ghosts, and then try to verify it with historical and scientific evidence to prove it's truthfulness. I survived a very serious explosion in my laboratory several years ago that seemed to enhance my abilities. I see my ability as a way to resolve issues for the dead people that most cannot see and hear like I can. I was raised as a Catholic by my family, but I am not particularly religious, I appreciate all faiths, and I personally believe that energy cannot be destroyed, and only changes shape. We are all connected

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Re: the N.R.C. does lic. fusion reactors, and operators

Post by Chris Bradley » Fri Jul 06, 2012 9:54 pm

Matthew Kramer wrote:
> 9 watts of electricity per min.
This basic error of confused units has already been pointed out to you.

It is clear that you are not prepared to take even the smallest modicum of interest in people's attempts to elevate your futile monotribe (...not even a diatribe...) into something intelligible. You've picked precisely the wrong place on the internet to try to get any traction with whatever it is you are fantasising about.

Damnant quod non intelligunt


(... well, his linkedIn says he speaks Latin too....)

....

I must confess to gaining a certain entertainment value in these occasional visitors, who all follow a very well defined protocol: first a claim lacking even self-consistent scientific elements, then more forcefully repeating it and implying anyone who doubts its veracity must be stupid, then saying how everyone else doesn't understand, then claiming their own (supposed) exaggerated skills, then predicting how the future will be changed by their fantastical endeavours and how everyone else is a numb-nuts.

To be fair, this one has added a new step to the usual formula and is now asking for resumes!

What interests me the most about such visitors is how they can come to be so deeply confused about the very basics of science. Clearly, something has gone very wrong in education/society that people can end up thinking that such material has a foundation in reality.

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