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Wikiversity/Cold fusion/Theory/Storms Hydroton Stack Theory

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Qualitatively and intuitively seems right on a lot of levels. Storms knows all the weaknesses associated with other models and is consciously attempting to avoid them with this hypothesis. His model appears motivated by cluster fusion hypotheses that postulate Nano-grain NAE, but has altered it and adopted the linear stack fusion and Nano-crack to accommodate known thermodynamics and chemical laws(Gibbs energy rules, spontaneous concentrated energy in chemical materials, etc.). His slow screened fusion via phonon emissions is also postulated in Extended Lochon Theory as well, so I find it to be a realistic mechanism to account for lack of gammas.

I'm willing to accept however that this particular model is better suited for PdD systems, and weaker when applied to micron-powder NiH systems. I'm not a huge math nut, as the math is only as good as the assumptions that go into it, but this model clearly needs some development on that end to be entertained more seriously. Once we find out if there is some deuterium being produced in NiH systems think we can really start having a discussion about this model and pursuing/developing it further.--JohnCMaguire (discusscontribs) 03:40, 16 October 2013 (UTC)