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Mar 8, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

As Bob said, I'm working on a more formal way of collecting all the references out there for the new database. But, for now, if you don't see a particular reference on it please feel free to add it right here. Just the URL will be enough. For now, it'll be just me or Bob, who'll be adding your references to the database but, as Bob said, we'll soon be looking for others to help with that process - (of opening the URL, checking that it has something (however indirectly) to do with LENR, filling in all the fields (authors, abstract, keywords, URL, etc) and adding the full entry LENR_events).

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Mar 9, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hey Bob,

Not related to your announcement but I wanted to point you to a line of research that seems like it might be related to coherent magnetic structures in nickle iron substrates via microwave induction. I'de be lying if I said I understood the material but I can't help but think it maybe related in some way. I'de never even heard of a "Magnon" before but it seems experimentally similar to some of this stuff for creating coherent matter (perhaps as John Hutchinson did). The fact the coherent wave continues in the material for a long period of time reminds me of the surrounding buildings demolished in NY after 911 due to allegedly steel being eaten away by EVO's or whatever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDXU9hshlr8

https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.057201

Still need to watch this latest video in it's entirety but it sounds really great to have a single searchable interface for LENR related papers!

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Here is a link to the first in series of videos of a conference on time crystals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKFQfkNk9jw

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Hey Josh, I finally got around to watching large portions of this video. It's very interesting and had a lot of really good experimental details. I lack the theoretical mathematics to understand much of the material but just looking at some of what they are doing to establish stable em structures in materials using either condensate or metal substrates seems so very connected to this material.

I liked the way they were able to establish different standing wave lattice field structures inside materials by using multiple drivers as they show at the following timestamp. (https://youtu.be/PKFQfkNk9jw?t=8496) If you actually watched this video in it's entirety and had any points you found really interesting I'de love to get some timestamps.

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Man I just watched a little more and this is very interesting, (if I understand correctly) they are explaining how hexagonal lattice excitation will actually generate a spiral/spinnging magnetic field in a coherent(?) matter. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKFQfkNk9jw) I wonder if this might be part of the reason for the cause of high power spinning electromagnetic ejections (strange radiation?) basically you build up one of these resonant spinning structures through interference of waves, then when it gets to powerful it basically shoots out. It certainly seems to check a lot of boxes.

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Sorry I forgot the timestamp https://youtu.be/PKFQfkNk9jw?t=9102

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Hey Josh, thanks so much for mentioning this! I've been trying to make time to watch this but still haven't gotten around to it. Hopefully I can in the near future.

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Mar 9, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Note to Gordon Docherty, Bob and everyone who joined that session: Alfven was not among the authors, so didn't show up via that box but if you enter Alfven in the "Keywords" search box, he does appear via https://www.plasma-universe.com/ as a "Website of Interest".

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Good tip

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