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History

first section

 
- Some Aspects of the History of Electromagnetic Measurements of the Speed of Light.  
- The Michelson Morley, Sagnac and Michelson Gale Experiments.  
- Albert Einstein and Walther Nernst : Comparative Cosmology.  
- Theory of Relativity: A Critical Analysis  
- Three major misinformations in Einstein Theory of Relativity.  

 
second section
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
- ICCF-11
Monti process
 
- DEMONSTRATION OF THE MONTI PROCESS. OCTOBER 9, 2002

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Demonstration Protocol
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
   
   
   








Nuclear transmutation process of uranium, and production of metals by low energy nuclear reactions.
Abstract

The EUCAN Thechnologies GmbH signed a contract with the "Laboratorio Nazionale per la caratterizzazione dei rifiuti radioattivi" of ENEA, Saluggia in order to carry out some experiments and for the product characterisation.
The activities started in October 1996.

The laboratory has carried out the following activities:

  1. A complete characterisation of starting materials, determining the content of:
    Sb, Pb, Bi, Rh, Al, Ru, Au, Ti, Mg, Th, Cu, Ag, Pd, Ni and Sc.
  2. Two cold tests in order to evaluate the performances of the reactor, the gas
    production, the gas speed, the smoke production, the reaction time, etc.
  3. An evaluation of the best assembling of the reactor in order to quantitatively
    recover the powder in the smoke fraction.
    A first report to EUCAN was delivered in December 1996.
  4. An hot test with Th has been done and the recovered materials have been characterised.
    The results are reported in these documents.
  5. An hot test with natural U has been done and the recovered materials are under
    characterisation. The results will be reported to EUCAN in next future" (1).

The results of the first series (1996-97) and of the second series (1997-98) of experiments have been reported in the Proceedings of ICCF-7 (2).
It was possible to show the reality of seasonal effects in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (2).
To make a further demonstration of the reality of these experimental results a third series of tests was carried out on May 21 and May 25 1998 (3).
The first experiment (May 21) showed the transmutation of 1.32 g (30% of the total) of Uranium (3).
The uncertainty declared by the Laboratory was between 5 and 10% (3).
To avoid any possibility of error we decided to show the possibility to increase this result through a slight change in the proprietary formula used, suggested by the Alpha-extended model of the atom (4).
Consequently a second test was carried out on May 25 1998, with the only addition of 50 g of SiO2 (powder) in the same composition used for the test of May 21 (3).
The result was the transmutation of 2.07 g of Uranium (45% of the total) (3).
An increase of 15% (+ 50% compared to the test of May 21).
This was almost incomprehensible to Dr.Troiani, Head of the Section, who run the test, because he had no knowledge of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, and we had no intention to explain him too much.
Under request of Prof. Scaramuzzi we decided to show all the experimental details of a similar test: the repetition of a test made by Prof. Bockris at Texas A & M in 1992 (5), showing the errors of his experimental procedure, due to the lack of knowledge of elementary Alchemy, which caused the "lack of repeatibility" in his tests of metal production (5).

 

 

 

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