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+ - Serious researchers but lacking in facts: E-cat looks like a hoax.

Submitted by CdXiminez
CdXiminez (807199) writes "What would it take to convince a reasonable observer that you’ve got a controlled nuclear reaction going on here?
Things not shown in the earlier report:
- Show that nuclear transmutation has in fact taken place.
- Start the device operating by whatever means you want, then disconnect all external power to it, and allow it to run.
- Place a gamma-ray detector around the device.
- Accurately monitor the power drawn from all sources to the device at all times, while also monitoring the energy output from the device at all times.

http://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/2013/05/21/the-e-cat-is-back-and-people-are-still-falling-for-it/"
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Serious researchers but lacking in facts: E-cat looks like a hoax.

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