I wanted to point attention towards a new school of thoughts on LENR Mechanism. LENR enabled by the morphing between Crystalline and Quasi-crystalline states in the fuel substance. Preferring, for now, to be agnostic towards theory, I point towards the value of new fresh ideas.
A problem for the field has always been repeatability – two seemingly exact similar electrodes or powders, treated in the exact same way, produce a different experimental outcome. It should also be noted that people in the field who are considered experts sometimes goes several years without seeing LENR, that for no particular reason suddenly start to see results.
The idea being in this case that even a small fraction of Icosahedral clusters within Palladium will produce some degree of LENR.
We all know that LENR is considered a material science, and in this instance importance is pointed towards Quasi-Crystalline theory and mathematics, something that has not really been explored within this field. If proven correct, or partly correct, notion of Quasi Crystals could allow the engineer to develop material more suitable for Commercial Grade Technology – regardless if Nickel, Palladium etc
(Palladium is not necessarily depleted in the process and could possibly be recycled)
Because we are being serious today, I’ll also share this illustration I made for Peter Gluck. The Atomic Model of the Structures of LENR Science. I’m not sure how well these various ideas presented today would correlate with each other, instead, I will leave that for our readers to decide.