Ruby Carat and the Cold Fusion Now! collective have released a new video documentary, this time tackling cold fusion theory with Edmund Storms HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion.

The 28-minute science special continues where the book The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction left off. It features Dr. Edmund Storms describing his theory of the cold fusion/LENR reaction that focuses on the unusual form of hydrogen that can form in the nano-spaces of materials.

Nano-cracks in materials will have a high negative-charge along the walls of the space, allowing positively-charged hydrogen nuclei to be closer than they normally could.

Subject to resonance, the hypothesis proposes a linear array of hydrogen nuclei and electrons in the nano-crack that can engage in a “slow fusion” process, whereby the smaller bits of mass turn to energy by releasing coherent photons.

If true, the mechanism would be an extension of conventional nuclear models which only describes fusion in a hot plasma, where nuclei collide violently to fuse.

The action is animated by artist Jasen Chambers who modeled all the isotopes of hydrogen in the unique LENR process.

Ruby Carat has had multiple interviews with Dr. Storms since 2011, most recently in the offices of Cold Fusion Now! in Eureka, California, US. That video composite describes the Nano-gap Hydroton Model and its development.

Hypotheses of the Nano-gap Hydroton model are currently being tested for confirmation.

See Edmund Storms HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion on the Cold Fusion Now! Youtube page here

Get Edmund Storms’ book The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship between Observation and Explanation from his website

Dr. Edmund Storms website

Edmund Storms HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion

HYDROTON animation by Jasen Chambers

Title animation by Augustus Clark and Mike Harris

Music by Esa Ruoho a.k.a. lackluster

ICCF-18 video by Eli Elliott

Filmed, edited and narrated by Ruby Carat

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7 thoughts on “HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion

  1. I like your new theory video. Watched the Youtube a few times. I’ve made a comment there too. It leads to a question.

    Do we have any data on the average stable run time of various cold fusion cells against the time it takes to plate (or deposit) pd off and back on and reload the cell? Run time verses reset time.

    If the run time is five days and the reset time is say two days then a set of cells with a shared thermal mass and computer controlled reset processes would behave as one reliable cell. A percentage would be running with a backup ready to go if one fails so you have out put while one being reset. It should/ would give a viable unit.
    I already believe I could extract the heat as work on a controlled basis using the expansion of a compressed gas [from a cooled tank] though the thermal mass. That gas then powers a pneumatic engine driving both an alternator and the compressor feeding the tank. Unlike other heat engines a pneumatic air flow system is highly throttle-able so if the cell temperature is at risk workload can be cycled off quickly. Carnot efficiency is not improved but the system is said to work well at low delta T.
    If we could make a cell set cycle back to working as fast or faster than it fails we would have working generators.

    1. Hi Wesley, Dr. Storms is on the road right now, but I’ll forward this message to him and he’ll be able to respond when he arrives at his destination.

  2. Another point.
    Nanocracks are credible candidate for hosting the NAE, but some are not convinced and some have arguments.

    What are the candidate “defects” that may host the NAE ?

    it seems vacancies are too common ?
    is it possible that only some rare configuration of vacancies near the surface be candidate ?

    Some metallurgist told me about “twin crystal defects”, that as I understand are a 2D defect…

    Could it be also the connection of two classical defect, making it extremely rare ?

    like a crack connected to a twin crystal defect plane,
    a vacancy connected to a crack,
    a rare configuration of vacancies (let us say a pair with good distance, triangle, tetraedre…), or a good distance with surface or twin defect plane…

    is there a systematic study of such candidates, and eventually strong arguments to eliminate many of them?

    Best regards.

    1. A three way junction of cracks fully loaded might work. Three hydrogen’s pumping the one in the Y junction with asymmetric input/ out put. The hydrogen that being forced to reverse direction has energy from three but can only dump kinetically to one so is forces to dump extra energy as x rays. Its also forced to orbit the centre of the Y junction at an abnormal tiny radios.

  3. Hi,

    Just an interesting question on Hydroton, and NAE theory.

    One key point to support Hydroton theory is that LENR is a shallow effect.

    Some criticize that point refering to the 1985 accident of F&P with 1cm3 of Pd heavily loaded by D, which have molten and vaporized making a hole in the lab table.
    Hard to interpret without details, but it look like a well observed “Heat After Death”.
    the energy produced, by a huge mass of Pd, while the surface was small, make critics says LENR is a bulk phenomenon.

    Under Hydroton model, or simply a shallow effect theory, I interpret the reaction as the surface producing LENR heat, while fed by a big “reservoir” from the 1cm3 of bulk.

    Is is a correct possibility?

    1. Alain, the release of helium demonstrates that the LENR process takes place very near the surface. I agree, the large reservoir of D in the interior would feed the surface reaction. The full effect of the claim by F-P can be questioned but I do not think the basic claim can be wrong because this event proved to them that they had discovered something significant.

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