I’m visiting my children and grandchildren for Thanksgiving, flying to San Francisco, November 14, scheduled to return to Massachusetts November 28. I will be meeting with researchers, as well. There’s a lot going on, a major shift in understanding developed around ICCF-21. It’s actually old stuff, but somehow remained obscure.
A new lab is starting up, run by a familiar face, but I’m not giving details until I have permission.
If you will be in the Bay Area, and would like to meet, contact me.
Meanwhile, I’ve prepared several transcripts from the ICCF-21 videos. Michael Staker’s presentation was a bombshell. It’s not the Fleischmann-Pons Heat Effect replication he did — though interesting, that has been done so, so many times — it is the metallurgy, the understanding of super-abundant vacancies, and, yes, that’s a thing: SAV.
This is not your grandfather’s metal hydride. We’ve gone beyond A and B and even C (gamma phase). This is getting interesting.
Staker’s video transcript, with abstract, slides, and time-links to the video.
Lines to ICCF-21 videos, plus abstracts and slides, are linked from ICCF-21/videos.