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    • Lewis Larsen Lewis Larsen June 6, 2015: added event timeline on new Slide #30 re episodic experimental reports of LENR transmutations that have been occurring for over a century. Most such reports of transmutations have either been discredited and/or simply ignored by the broader scientific community because, prior to the advent of the Widom-Larsen theory, researchers really didn't understand an array of seemingly ‘impossible' experimental results that were being observed and duly reported from time-to-time in various types of publication venues. The unfortunate duo of Pons and Fleischmann were but one event in a long series of paradigm-challenging experimental reports involving anomalous LENR effects that span a multi-generational period of more than 100 years.  1 month ago
    • Lewis Larsen Lewis Larsen June 5, 2015: Regarding the important EPRI-NSF workshop titled “Anomalous effects in Deuterided metals” that was held on October 16 - 18, 1989 in Washington, D.C., I added a detailed caption below a partial screenshot image of the long-lost Proceedings document’s cover page that reads as follows: “Proceedings of invitation-only workshop not published until August of 1993. Released with no fanfare and limited distribution of hardcopies; still unavailable on Internet. By time of release, P & F had already fled to France and subject deemed dead and buried” by the physics and chemistry communities.  1 month ago
    • Lewis Larsen Lewis Larsen May 31, 2015: added 23 slides to further explain history of nuclear paradigm shift and how W-L answers key questions.  1 month ago
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