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what is the part of people whi have analysed their technical answers on their forum ?
what are the part or voters that works in corp ?
anyway depressing to compare the belief in rossi and doubt in defkalion, while technicaly the data lead to opposite analysis.
stange also to see haow defkalion is ignored , especially in US and english-speaking world…
anyway we will see mid-april.
I have no information about the professional background of the voters. I couldn’t control for accuracy if I was asking for self-identification which is why I didn’t bother trying to collect that info.
While I appreciate your polling the upper 50% of our population that is functionally literate (further stratified by the fact that they have curiosity and time), people generally are very very skeptical of Black Swan events occurring, and prudently take a Missouri attitude (I’ll believe it when I see it).
In fact, it seems that a lot of people don’t even believe that LENR is legitimate:
This phenomenon (LENR) has been confirmed in hundreds of published scientific papers: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/RothwellJtallyofcol.pdf
“Over 2 decades with over 100 experiments worldwide indicate LENR is real, much greater than chemical…” –Dennis M. Bushnell, Chief Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center
A strong part of my interest is motivated by the potential fall-out that a Defkalion\Rossi failure would have for the wider LENR research community.
In my next poll I will try to zero in on this.
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