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8 minutes ago, Omni said:

So you have no idea how to answer my questions. Carry on.

I have answered your questions but you can't answer mine and you know why but your dishonesty keeps you on this childish path. 

If a policeman walked into a house and found 100 people murdered, that policeman, brighter than a lot of people, would not say, "I can't believe that one person could have done this, I can't believe that someone hasn't phoned us to confess, I can't even believe that a person or persons could be this evil to murder a 100 people. Therefore, I conclude that there are no dead people in this house!"

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1 minute ago, hot enough said:

I have answered your questions but you can't answer mine and you know why but your dishonesty keeps you on this childish path. 

If a policeman walked into a house and found 100 people murdered, that policeman, brighter than a lot of people, would not say, "I can't believe that one person could have done this, I can't believe that someone hasn't phoned us to confess, I can't even believe that a person or persons could be this evil to murder a 100 people. Therefore, I conclude that there are no dead people in this house!"

You have not even attempted to answer my questions.

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2 hours ago, Omni said:

So you can only ask questions, not answer them. 

No, I asked,

How did US government nanothermite get into WTCs 1, 2 & 7?

which is exactly what you want to know.

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2 minutes ago, hot enough said:

No, I asked,

How did US government nanothermite get into WTCs 1, 2 & 7?

which is exactly what you want to know.

No I asked how did all these explosives get installed and wired up without anyone of the thousands of people working in the building knowing. You seem absolutely stumped. You can quote Steve Jones all you want. There is a lot of refuting science, but you certainly seem to shy away from the common sense aspect. Conspiracy theorists were ever thus. 

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8 minutes ago, Omni said:

No I asked how did all these explosives get installed and wired up without anyone of the thousands of people working in the building knowing. You seem absolutely stumped.

I don't know. Do you?

Now that I have answered, it's your turn.

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1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

How does anyone reconcile all these impossibilities and make claims to be a thinking individual?

 

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It's been your turn for months, but you deceive and engage in the most dishonest manner imaginable. 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

How does anyone reconcile all these impossibilities and make claims to be a thinking individual?

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28 minutes ago, Omni said:

 But here's a little reading for you that may help you.

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/9-11

The odd time you offer a source for your maundering, it's wacky, hopelessly out of date, or, like this one, it illustrates the juvenile level you are operating on as regards 911 and the science of 911. 

What in this goofy, generic source you offered do you think has merit? 

Can it explain how the US government's nanothermite got into WTCs 1, 2 & 7 to blow them up? 

 1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see? What made that steel molten and vaporized? 

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? What made them molten?

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum? What made them molten?

 

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5 hours ago, hot enough said:

But the thing is, additional explosives were found in WTC dust. That is hardly irrelevant. They were described by the scientists in the following peer reviewed paper.

Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade
Center Catastrophe

Niels H. Harrit*,1, Jeffrey Farrer2, Steven E. Jones*,3, Kevin R. Ryan4, Frank M. Legge, Daniel Farnsworth2, Gregg Roberts6, James R. Gourley7 and Bradley R. Larsen

https://benthamopen.com/contents/pdf/TOCPJ/TOCPJ-2-7.pdf

And we know that it was US government/military nanothermite because the US government/military are the only ones in the world that have nanothermite.

You've been peddling that same peanut as though you can play a record with it. Forget it, skippy, that theory is so complicated it just don't add up.

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9 minutes ago, hot enough said:

What in this goofy, generic source you offered do you think has merit? 

Do all you conspiracy theorists get so perplexed when your flimsy theories get refuted or you can't answer a common sense question?

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8 minutes ago, OftenWrong said:

You've been peddling that same peanut as though you can play a record with it. Forget it, skippy, that theory is so complicated it just don't add up.

Listen to you, the guy who claims to be some lab scientist. I hate to have to tell you this, OftenWrong, but science is complicated. The US government official conspiracy theory is so nutty, so crazily complicated that you don't understand it at all. You don't understand it enough to even provide any evidence for it. 

The science that sinks the US government official conspiracy theory is so simple, children can understand it. But evidently you and the science deniers are having some problems.

Six simple Yes/No questions. 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

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13 minutes ago, Omni said:

Do all yo

Why can't you explain what in this goofy, generic source of yours there is that you think has merit? You, like OftenWrong have no idea about this whole issue, which makes you frightened to even discuss your own silly "sources". 

Six simple Yes/No questions. 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

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Just now, hot enough said:

Why can't you explain what in this goofy, generic source of yours there is that you think has merit? 

Six simple Yes/No questions. 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

Read the link I posted.

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8 minutes ago, Omni said:

Read the link I posted.

As I said, 

Why can't you explain what in this goofy, generic source of yours there is that you think has merit? You, like OftenWrong have no idea about this whole issue, which makes you frightened to even discuss your own silly "sources".

Six simple Yes/No questions. 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

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1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

No one has denied it, so it stands as true. 

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7 minutes ago, Omni said:

Steve Jones comes to mind.

Prove that this renowned scientist, a PhD, is a silly source. You illustrate that you are no source, save for a source of disinformation and lies, with this nonsense. 

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Professor Steven Earl Jones

N373 ESC
E-mail: [email protected]

 

    Full Professor of Physics, Emeritus, early retirement January 2007

 

BIOGRAPHICAL: 

     Birth date:  25 March 1949

     Citizenship:  USA

     Telephone:  (801) 735-5885

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

 

     Graduated from Bellevue High School, Bellevue, Washington, with 4.0 scholastic average (A=4.0) in 1967.

     B.S. in Physics, Mathematics minor, magna cum laude with honors, from Brigham Young University in 1973, retaining the Presidential (David O. McKay) Scholarship.

     Ph.D. in Physics, Mathematics/Electronics minors from Vanderbilt University in 1978, retaining full Tuition Scholarship and Research Fellowship (1973-1978).

     Ph.D. research conducted at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (1974-1977); course work completed at Stanford University.

     Post-doctoral research conducted at Cornell University (CESR) and the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility.

     Conducted research at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, EG & G Idaho, Idaho Falls, 1979-1985 (Senior Engineering Specialist).

      Joined BYU Department of Physics and Astronomy, faculty, 1985.

     Principal Investigator for experimental muon-catalyzed fusion 1982-1991 for the U.S. Department of Energy, Division of Advanced Energy Projects.

     Spokesman for LAMPF Experiment #727 and co-spokesman for LAMPF Experiments #963 and #1151 (1982 - 1993).

     Collaborator in several other experiments, including experiments at TRIUMF (Vancouver, Canada), The National High Energy Laboratory, KEK (Tsukuba, Japan),  Rutherford-Appleton Laboratory (Oxford, U.K.), and Kamioka, Japan.

     Associate Director, Brigham Young University Center for Fusion Studies, 1989-1994

     Search for fusion in condensed matter and deuterium, research for U.S. Department of Energy (May 1986 - December 1991) and for the Electric Power Research Institute (April 1990-June 1993).

     Seminars on 9/11/2001 research at BYU, Utah Valley University, Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, San Diego State University, University of California, San Diego, Sonoma State University, University of California, Berkeley, etc. (Sept. 2005 – present)

 

AWARDS

     David O. McKay Scholarship at Brigham Young University, 1968

     National Merit Scholar, 1968

     Tuition Scholarship and Research Fellowship at Vanderbilt University, 1973-1978

     Outstanding Young Scholar Award (BYU), 1989

     Best of What's New for 1989 (Popular Science), 1989

     Creativity Prize (Japanese Creativity Society), 1989

     BYU Young Scholar Award (BYU), 1990

     Annual Lecturer BYU Chapter of Sigma Xi (1990-1991)

     BYU Brigham Award, 2003

     BYU Alcuin Award and Fellowship, for excellence in teaching, for 2005 through 2008 (cut short)

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

Niels H. Harrit, Jeffrey Farrer, Steven E. Jones, Kevin R. Ryan, Frank M. Legge, Daniel Farnsworth, Gregg Roberts, James R. Gourley, Bradley R. Larsen, “Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe,  The Open Chemical Physics Journal, April 2009.

 

K. Ryan, J. Gourley and S.E. Jones, "Environmental Anomalies at the World Trade Center: Evidence for Energetic Materials",  Environmentalist, August 2008.

 

S.E. Jones, et al. "Fourteen Points of Agreement with Official Government Reports on the World Trade Center Destruction", Open Civil Engineering Journal, April 2008.

 

Steven E. Jones, “What accounts for the molten metal observed on 9/11/2001?”, Journal of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 83:252, 2006.

 

S.E. Jones and J.E. Ellsworth, "Cold (metal-enhanced) fusion, geo-fusion, and cold nucleosynthesis", Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 2005, London: World Scientific, p. 617.

 

Jenni Christensen Currit and Steven E. Jones, "Solar Cookers for Developing Countries," published in the Solar Cooking Archives 2004, available at: http://solarcooking.org/Solar-Ovens-for-Developing-Countries.htm

 

Jenni Christensen Currit and Steven E. Jones, "Introduction to Solar Cooking (CARES Program)," published in the Solar Cooking Archives 2004, available at: http://solarcooking.org/Introduction-to-Solar-Cooking.ppt.

                                                                                

S.E. Jones, F. W. Keeney, A. C. Johnson, D. B. Buehler, F. E. Cecil, G. Hubler, P. L. Hagelstein, J. E. Ellsworth, M. R. Scott, Charged-particle Emissions from Metal Deuterides, International Conference on Cold Fusion-10, Cambridge, MA, August 2003. Published at http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/JonesSEchargedpar.pdf

 

 

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S. E. Jones, F. W. Keeney, A. C. Johnson, D. B. Buehler, F. E. Cecil, G. Hubler, P.L. Hagelstein, J. E. Ellsworth, M. R. Scott, Neutron Emissions from Metal Deuterides, International Conf on Cold Fusion-10, Cambridge, MA, August 2003. Published at http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/JonesSEneutronemi.pdf

 

Steven E. Jones, The Project Gutenberg EBook of The BYU Solar Cooker/Cooler, 2002, www.gutenberg.net/etext04/cookr11.txt.

 

C. McMillan and S.E. Jones, “Tests of the Solar Funnel and Bowl Cookers in 2001,  published in the Solar Cooking Archive as a reviewed web article at solarcooking.org/funneltests01.htm

 

S. E. Jones, “Chasing Anomalous Signals: The Cold Fusion Question,” Accountability in Research, Vol. 8, pp. 55-58, Fall 2000.

 

S.E. Jones, C. Paulson, J. Chesley, J. Fugal, D. Hullinger, J. Winterton, and J. Lawler, “The Solar Funnel Cooker.  How to Make and Use the BYU Solar Cooker/Cooler,” published in the Solar Cooking Archive as a reviewed web article at solarcooking.org/funnel.htm, in Spanish at /funnel-span.htm.

 

Steven E. Jones, Samuel T. Jones, and David E. Jones, “Archaeometry Applied to Olmec Iron-ore Beads,” BYU Studies 37, no. 4 (Oct. 1998), 128-142.

 

Steven E. Jones, Lee D. Hansen and David S. Shelton, Discussion of reply to “Examination of claims of Miles et al. in Pons-Fleischmann-type cold fusion experiments,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 102 (April 30, 1998), p. 3642-8.

 

Lee D. Hansen, Steven E. Jones and David S. Shelton, “A response to hydrogen + oxygen recombination and related heat generation in undivided electrolysis cells,” J. Electroanalytical Chemistry, 447 (1998) 223-226.

 

D.S. Shelton, L.D. Hansen, J.M. Thorne and S.E. Jones, “An assessment of claims of ‘excess heat’ in

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‘cold fusion’ calorimetry,” Thermochimica Acta 297 (1997) 7-15.

 

Steven E. Jones, David S. Shelton, R.Steven Turley, M. Jeannette Lawler and David D. Allred, "Raman Spectrographic System for Quantitative Analysis of Isotopic Hydrogen Mixtures for Muon

Catalysis Experiments," Hyperfine Interactions 101/102 (1996) 695- 698.

 

S.E. Jones, L.B. Rees, and W.E. Dibble, "Post-Use Review. Physics for Scientists and Engineers," American Journal of Physics, 63(2), 188-189, Feb. 1995.

 

Steven E. Jones and Lee D. Hansen, “Examination of claims of Miles et al. in Pons-Fleischmann-type cold fusion experiments,” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99 (1995) 6973-6979.

 

J. E. Jones, L. D. Hansen, S. E. Jones, D.S. Shelton, and J. M. Thorne,  Faradaic efficiencies less than 100% during electrolysis of water can account for reports of excess heat in ‘cold fusion ‘ cells”, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99 (1995) 6966-6972..

 

 

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S. Taylor, T. Claytor, D. Tuggle, and S. Jones, "Search for neutrons from deuterided palladium subjected to high electrical currents," Transactions of Fusion Technology, Vol. 26, 180-185,

Dec. 1994.

    

S.E. Jones, S.F. Taylor, and A.N. Anderson, "Evaluation of muon-alpha sticking from liquid, non-equilibrated d-t targets with high tritium fractions," Hyperfine Int. 82 (1993) 303-311.

    

S.E. Jones, "Cold Fusion," Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, Winter 1992, 94-97.

    

S.E. Jones, "Current issues in cold fusion research:  Heat, helium, tritium, and energetic particles," Surface and Coat. Tech. 51 (1992) 283-289

 

S.E. Jones, F. Scaramuzzi, and D.H. Worledge, eds., "Anomalous Nuclear Effects in Deuterium/Solid Systems," Brigham Young University, October 1990, American Institute of Physics: Conference Proceedings 228, NY (1991).

 

S.E. Jones, et al., "Anomalous Nuclear Reactions in Condensed Matter: Recent Results and Open Questions," J. Fusion Energy 9:199-2091, (November 1990).

 

H.O. Menlove, M.M. Fowler, E. Garcia, A. Mayer, M.C. Miller, R.R. Ryan, and S.E. Jones, "Measurement of Neutron Emission from Ti and Pd in Pressurized D2 and D2O Electrolysis Cells," J. Fusion Energy 9, 1990 (November 1990).

 

A. Bertin, M. Bruschi, M. Capponi, S. De Castro, U. Marconi, C. Moroni, M. Piccinini, N. Semprini-Cesari, A. Trombini, A.Vitale, A. Zoccoli, and S.E. Jones, J.B. Czirr, G.L. Jensen and

E.P. Palmer, "First Experimental Results at the Gran Sasso Laboratory on Cold Nuclear Fusion in Titanium Electrodes," J. Fusion Energy, 9, 1990. (November 1990)

 

 J.D. Davies, J.B.A. England, G.J. Pyle, G.T.A. Squier, F.D. Brooks, W.A. Cilliers, A. Bertin, M. Bruschi, M. Piccinini, A Vitale, A Zoccoli, S.E. Jones, V.R. Bom, C.W.E. van Eijk, H. de Haan, A.N. Anderson, M.A. Paciotti, G.H. Eaton and B. Alper, "A Direct Measurement of the Alpha-Muon Sticking Coefficient in Muon-Catalysed d-t Fusion," J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 16, 1529-1537, (1990).

 

 S.E. Jones, D.L. Decker, D.H. Tolley, "Response to ‘Biases in Cold Fusion Data’," Nature 343: 704 (1990)

 

  J.D. Davies, G.J. Pyle, G.T.A. Squier, A. Bertin, M. Bruschi, M. Piccinini, A. Vitale, A. Zoccoli, S.E. Jones, B. Alper, V.R. Bom, C.W.E. Van Eijk, H. de Haan, D.H. Craston, C.P. Jones, D.E.

Williams, A.N. Anderson, G.H. Eaton, "Search for 2.5 MeV Neutrons from D2O Electrolytic Cells Stimulated by High-Intensity Muons and Pions," Il Nuovo Cimento 103A (1), 155-161 (1990).

 

A. Bertin, M. Bruschi, M. Capponi, S. De Castro, U. Marconi, C. Moroni, M.  Piccinini, N. Semprini-Cesari, A. Trombini, A. Vitale, A. Zoccoli, S.E. Jones, J.B. Czirr, G.L. Jensen and E.P.

Palmer, "Experimental evidence of cold nuclear fusion in a measurement under the Gran Sasso Massif," Il Nuovo Cimento 101: 997-1006 (1989).

 

S.E. Jones, E.P. Palmer, J.B. Czirr, D.L. Decker, G.L. Jensen, J.M. Thorne, and S.F. Taylor & J. Rafelski, "Observation of Cold Nuclear Fusion in Condensed Matter," Nature 338: 737-740 (April 1989).

 

 S.E. Jones, J. Rafelski, and H.J. Monkhorst (editors), Muon-Catalyzed Fusion 1988, Proceedings of the Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Workshop, May 1-6, 1988, Sanibel Island (co-sponsored by Brigham Young University and University of Florida at Gainesville), AIP Conf. Proc. 181, New York, 1989.

 

S.E. Jones, "Survey of Experimental Results in Muon-Catalyzed Fusion," Muon-Catalyzed Fusion 1988 (S.E. Jones, J.Rafelski, H.J. Monkhorst editors), AIP #181 (1989).

 

M.A. Paciotti, S.E. Jones et al., "First Direct Measurement of alpha-He Sticking in dt-muon-cf," Muon-Catalyzed Fusion 1988 (S.E. Jones, J. Rafelski, H.J. Monkhorst editors), AIP #181 (1989).

 

K.A. Aniol, A.J. Noble, S. Stanislaus, C.J. Virtue, D.F. Measday, D. Horvath, S.E. Jones, B.C. Robertson and M. Salomon, "Muon Catalyzed Fusion in HD and H2 + D2 Gaseous Mixtures."

Muon-Catalyzed Fusion, 2: 63-72 (1988).

 

R. Gajewski, and S.E. Jones, "A Look at Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Research in the United States," Muon-Catalyzed Fusion, 2: 93-102 (1988).

 

A.J. Caffrey, S.E. Jones, et al., "Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Experiments at LAMPF," Muon Catalyzed Fusion 1: 52-66 (1987).

 

M. Leon, O.K. Baker, J.N. Bradbury, J.S. Cohen, H.R. Maltrud, M.A. Paciotti, L.L. Sturgess, A.N. Anderson, J.M. Harris, S.E. Jones, A.J. Caffrey, C.DeW. Van Siclen and K.D. Watts, "3He

scavenging as a Source of Information in Muon-Catalyzed d-t Fusion," Muon-Catalyzed Fusion, 2: 231-237 (1988).

 

J. Rafelski and S.E. Jones, "Cold Nuclear Fusion," Scientific American, 257: 84-89 (July 1987).

 

S.E. Jones, "Update on muon-catalyzed fusion research at LAMPF," Invited talk at the Symposium on Muon-Catalyzed Fusion, 1-3 September 1986, Tokyo, Japan; Muon-Catalyzed Fusion 1:  21-28

(1987).

 

 K. Nagamine, T. Matsuzaki, K. Ishida, Y. Hirata, Y. Watanabe, R. Kadono, Y. Miyake, K. Nishiyama, S.E. Jones and H.R. Maltrud, "Muonic X-ray Measurement on the Alpha-sticking Probability for Muon Catalyzed Fusion in Liquid d-t Mixtures," Invited to talk at the Symposium on Muon-Catalyzed Fusion, 1-3 September 1986, Tokyo, Japan; Muon-Catalyzed Fusion 1: 137-159 (1987).

 

S.E. Jones, "Can 250+ fusions per muon be achieved?," Invited talk for Erice School-Workshop, Erice, April  3-9, 1987, New York: Plenum Press, 1987, pgs. 73-88.

 

 S.E. Jones, "Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Present and Future,"Scientific Papers of the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Tokyo, Japan 80: 17-29 (1986).

 

S.E. Jones, "Muon-Catalysed Fusion Revisited," (Invited article) Nature 321: 127-133 (1986).

 

S.E. Jones, "Summary of the Mini-workshop on Muon-Catalyzed Fusion," (S.E. Jones, Chairman) Fusion Technology 10: 157 (1986)

 

S.E. Jones, A.N. Anderson, J.N. Bradbury, A.J. Caffrey, J.S. Cohen, P.A.M. Gram, M. Leon, R.L. Maltrud, M.A. Paciotti, C.D. Van Siclen, and K.D. Watts, "Observation of Unexpected Density Effects in Muon-Catalyzed d-t Fusion," Physical Review Letters 56: 588-591 (1986).

 

C.D. Van Siclen and S.E. Jones, "Piezonuclear Fusion in Isotopic Hydrogen  Molecules," Journal of Physics G. Nucl. Phys. 12: 213-221 (1986).

 

S.E. Jones, "Engineering Issues in Muon-Catalyzed Fusion," Fusion Technology, 8: 1511-1521 (1985).

 

S.E. Jones, "Some Surprises in Muon-Catalyzed Fusion," Invited talk at the Ninth International Conference on Atomic Physics, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., 23-27 July 1984 in Atomic Physics 9, R.S. Van Dyck, Jr. and E.N. Fortson eds., Singapore: World Scientific, 1984, pgs. 99-115.

 

 S.E. Jones, "Muon-Catalyzed Fusion," Physics Today, S-44, (January 1984).  (Reprinted from Physics News in 1983, Phillip F. Schewe, editor.)

 

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34 minutes ago, capricorn said:

Wow! What an impressive resume. And long too.

Too bad his paper on 9-11 got him put under review from his teaching job due to it's lack of any rigorous peer review. But it provided fodder for the conspiacists, to this day.

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7 minutes ago, Omni said:

Too bad his paper on 9-11 got him put under review from his teaching job due to it's lack of any rigorous peer review. But it provided fodder for the conspiacists, to this day.

Because they have standards, which his nonsense failed to live up to. That is how real science works, to filter out the kooky-birds.

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2 hours ago, hot enough said:

Listen to you, the guy who claims to be some lab scientist. I hate to have to tell you this, OftenWrong, but science is complicated. The US government official conspiracy theory is so nutty, so crazily complicated that you don't understand it at all. You don't understand it enough to even provide any evidence for it. 

The science that sinks the US government official conspiracy theory is so simple, children can understand it. But evidently you and the science deniers are having some problems.

Six simple Yes/No questions. 

 

Science is not complicated to those who understand it through intense dedication and a lifetime of study. To the layperson it is all rather a mystery, and for the most part they don't need to know. But that means its easy for some charlatan to come along and sound like he's smart, and make an impression on the naive. The 911 truthers are all about that, as already demonstrated. I gave you two chances to talk real science but you turned them down, choosing instead to attack me. That's a sign of weakness. Yes, you are weak and not to be believed.

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15 minutes ago, Omni said:

Too bad his paper on 9-11 got him put under review from his teaching job due to it's lack of any rigorous peer review. But it provided fodder for the conspiacists, to this day.

Aw, and that would have ended his access to any more government and university research grants.

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4 minutes ago, capricorn said:

Aw, and that would have ended his access to any more government and university research grants.

Maybe he gets funding from the Bin Laden's to try and deflect the pressure off their name. 

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26 minutes ago, OftenWrong said:

Science is not complicated to those who understand it through intense dedication and a lifetime of study. To the layperson it is all rather a mystery, and for the most part they don't need to know. But that means its easy for some charlatan to come along and sound like he's smart, and make an impression on the naive. The 911 truthers are all about that, as already demonstrated. I gave you two chances to talk real science but you turned them down, choosing instead to attack me. That's a sign of weakness. Yes, you are weak and not to be believed.

If science is so uncomplicated then you will have no problems with these questions, what with your "intense dedication and a lifetime of study". 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

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34 minutes ago, hot enough said:

If science is so uncomplicated then you will have no problems with these questions, what with your "intense dedication and a lifetime of study". 

1. Do you deny that the US government developed nanothermite in the 1990s?

2. Do you deny that unreacted nanothermite particles were found in WTC dust?

3. Do you deny that the by-products of thermitic reactions were found in WTC dust, iron microspheres in volumes 1500 times greater than that of normal office dust?

4. Do you deny the molten and vaporized steel described by FEMA, pictures of which anyone can see?

5. Do you deny the molten and fused steel and concrete, one named the Meteorite and housed in a 911 museum? 

6. Do you deny the molten handguns found and stored in a 911 museum?

 

In science we only ask relevant questions. We ignore the unimportant ones. For such big brains as ours, time is money...

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