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by sen-no-sen » 06/03/11, 10:44

Cuicui wrote: Your assertion is not proof. It simply expresses your belief. To get an idea, shouldn't we start by analyzing the article?


And what does the article say?
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by Cuicui » 06/03/11, 12:47

sen-no-sen wrote:
Cuicui wrote: Your assertion is not proof. It simply expresses your belief. To get an idea, shouldn't we start by analyzing the article?

And what does the article say?

I don't know, I just ordered NEXUS March-April, I will be able to say more when I receive it ...
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by sen-no-sen » 06/03/11, 13:25

Ok you will tell us.
According to the short summary published on their site, they seem to allude to the curious confidentiality of the project and its possible developments (military / civilian).

I did not know this magazine, and although it is an alternative, the subjects covered are very interesting.
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by Cuicui » 06/03/11, 16:05

sen-no-sen wrote:Ok you will tell us.
According to the short summary published on their site, they seem to allude to the curious confidentiality of the project and its possible developments (military / civilian).
I did not know this magazine, and although it is an alternative, the subjects covered are very interesting.

From what little I know, Nexus fills those who like to think outside the box and tackle the subjects that the conventional press ignores. Take it with caution, of course, like all media.
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by bernardd » 07/03/11, 08:37

obi76 wrote:The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?


Again, do not confuse media and source.

If the media only propagated what is scientifically proven, there would be neither sport nor politics and we would be quieter :-)

Nexus has made it its mission to address subjects that are ignored or censored elsewhere. It is up to the reader to form his opinion.

If we only talk about known subjects, how can we learn about unknown subjects? Unless you think you know everything : Mrgreen:
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by Cuicui » 07/03/11, 09:15

bernardd wrote:
obi76 wrote:The Nexus is far from being a scientific benchmark :?
Again, do not confuse media and source. If the media only propagated what is scientifically proven, there would be neither sport nor politics and we would be quieter :-)
Nexus has made it its mission to address subjects that are ignored or censored elsewhere. It is up to the reader to form his opinion. If we only talk about known subjects, how can we learn about unknown subjects? Unless you think you know everything : Mrgreen:
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by gegyx » 07/03/11, 09:21

The 10-page article is collated by Jérôme Dangmann, professor of physical sciences, passionate about unconventional scientific approaches.

It is a clarified and historical approach to the Z machine.
It is now the solution for a clean merger.
But he fears that something else should be sought for energy, because at the base, this system allowing the retrofit of nuclear weapons, the military will block for a long time.
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by Cuicui » 18/03/11, 02:52

gegyx wrote:The 10-page article is collated by ... a passionate about unconventional scientific approaches.

Read on the JP PETIT website http://www.jp-petit.org/nouv_f/seisme_a ... n_2011.htm
"... in its March 2011 issue, Nexus magazine published a ten page article on the Z-machine ... which is a cut and paste of the article I had installed on my site in 2006, at address http://www.jp-petit.org/science/Z-machi ... Haines.htm There is a lack of recent data ... I will publish a sequel to this article, in the journal Nexus ... I have "burning" information to communicate, which is first-hand, since I have been collecting it in two international congresses, Vilnius 2008 and Jeju, Korea, October 2010) and with Malcom Haines himself. Nexus agreed to publish the article. This information will jointly increase the hopes and fears linked to this new ultra-high temperature technology. Without deflowering the subject (the article will be quickly written): "... the Americans did obtain 3,7 billion degrees in 2005 in the Sandia Z-machine. Opting for military applications in priority (pure fusion bombs ), they misinform at all costs. With ZR the intensity has gone from 17 to 26 million amperes and the performance of the machine is now kept secret. "
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by Cuicui » 23/03/11, 19:53

gegyx wrote:The 10-page article is collated by Jérôme Dangmann, professor of physical sciences, passionate about unconventional scientific approaches.
It is a clarified and historical approach to the Z machine.
It is now the solution for a clean merger.

I just read the Nexus article on the Z-pinch. I find it very well done, congratulations to Jérôme Dangman !
I wonder if such publications have become possible because the military no longer has (or will no longer) need, to detonate their bombs, the plutonium supplied by civil power stations. They will therefore no longer have any inconvenience in having these plants replaced by Z-pinch plants. If this is confirmed, it would measure the influence of the military lobby on the policies and choices of society that are imposed on us.
Perhaps also the nuclear fission lobby has realized that a nuclear accident can cost it too much and that it is better to invest in a less dangerous sector?
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by Cuicui » 15/05/11, 11:05

A good analysis of the technical problems posed by ITER.
Conclusion: the future lies in power stations with magnetic necking and especially in renewable energies.
http://www.jp-petit.org/sauver_la_Terre ... liards.htm
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