You are right and we need a stable voltage at the input. The problem is resolved with a couple of batteries and when the voltage of the one connected with the QuarkX loses voltage below a limit the other goes in operation and the low goes in recharge. There is an elasticity band.
The presentation of the QuarkX will be made before the end of this year.
I am very well, 100% of my force focused on the work.
Not that I’m aware of.
Also today the QuarkX is good. Sunday morning here, we are working well.
Dear Dr Andrea Rossi:
I too want to thank you for the explication about relativity’s formula that shows why c can’t be overcome. I always appreciate the way you explain with simplicity difficult concepts using models easy to understand. You could be a great teacher.
Have a wonderful Sunday!
Are you aware of further important replications connected with your effect?
Dear Dr Rossi,
The voltage of an accumulator decreases with load and time.
Did you evaluated the Quark-X behavior as a function of the input voltage variations?
Does the input voltage require a switching regulator, or is it tolerant?
Subsidiary question: Is a presentation of the Quark-x still planned by the end of this year?
How is your health?
Thank you for your link,
How different is the performance of the QuarkX when you compare AC (grid) and DC (battery) inputs?
Thank you for your clear comment on the Relativity.
Dr Andrea Rossi,
So, the QuarkX will be able to work indifferently with AC or DC just changing the plug?
Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:
Thank you for the information,
Initiation of nuclear reactions under laser irradiation of Au nanoparticles in
the presence of Thorium aqua-ions
A.V. Simakin and G.A. Shafeev
Wave Research Center of A.M. Prokhorov General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of
Sciences, 38, Vavilov street, 119991 Moscow Russian Federation
Initiation of nuclear reactions in Thorium nuclei is experimentally studied under laser exposure of Au nanoparticles suspended in the aqueous solution of Th(NO3)4 (232Th). The solutions are analyzed using either Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) or gammaspectrometry
in the range of gamma-photons energy from 0.06 to 1.5 MeV. Real-time acquisition of gamma-spectra of the probes is achieved using a portable scintillator -spectrometer. It is found that the reaction pathway depends in which water, either H2O or D2O,
the laser exposure is carried out. Laser exposure at peak intensity of 1013 W/cm 2 in D2O results in the decrease of probes activity of all elements of Th branching including that of 137Cs impurity. Exposure in H2O leads to the increase of activity of elements of Th branching as well as the one of the 137Cs impurity due to fission of Th nuclei. Saturation of the liquids (H2O or D2O) with gaseous H2 or D2, respectively, enhances the nuclear reactions under laser exposure allowing their excitation at peak intensity as low as 1010 W/cm2. Enhanced -activity of the probe is observed after the end of laser exposure for several hours.