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Microscopic Ball Lightning in Cold Fusion Microscopic ball lightning exists, according to the evidence found in the experiments of 4 groups. Edward Lewis.

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1 Microscopic Ball Lightning in Cold Fusion Microscopic ball lightning exists, according to the evidence found in the experiments of 4 groups. Edward Lewis P.O. Box 2013, Champaign, IL October 28,

2 Miley’s Run #8 Microsphere Electrolysis Experiment Thin Film of Nickel on Plastic Microsphere Substrate Microscopic Picture of a Pre- Electrolysis Microsphere The photographs shown here were taken by E. Lewis of various components of Ni- Plastic Run #8 and components of other experimental runs in the Laboratory of Professor G. H. Miley at the U. of Illinois in His cooperation in allowing this is gratefully acknowledged.

3 Miley’s Run #8 Microsphere Electrolysis Experiment Post-Electrolysis Microsphere 2 Clear Micrometer Size Ring Markings of Microscopic Ball Lightning on Remaining Metal Area of Partially Flaked Plastic Microsphere from an Ni-Plastic Run #8 used in the Fusion Studies Lab, photograph taken by E. Lewis in Fig. 19, from E. Lewis, “Additional Plasmoid Marks on Electrolysis Cells,” 1997 manuscript article on

4 Miley’s Run #8 Microsphere Electrolysis Experiment Ring Marks on Lexan Casing of Electrolysis Cell After Electrolysis 2 Ring Marks on Ni/Plastic Cell #8, casing #1, used in the Fusion Studies Lab., Photograph taken by E. Lewis in Fig. 8 from E. Lewis, “Photographs of Some Components of an Electrolysis Cell,” 1996 manuscript article on

5 Miley’s Run 38 Microsphere Electrolysis Experiment Ring Mark on Post-Electrolysis Titanium Plate Cathode of Ni/Plastic Run #8, used in the Fusion Studies Lab, Photograph taken by E. Lewis, Magnification x400, in Fig. 5 from E. Lewis, “Photographs of Some Components of an Electrolysis Cell,” 1996 manuscript article on

6 Miley’s Run #8 Microsphere Electrolysis Experiment Ring Mark on Bottom of Pit in Side Facing Away from the Microspheres of Post- Electrolysis Titanium Plate Anode of Ni/Plastic Run #8, used in the Fusion Studies Lab., Photograph taken by E. Lewis, Magnification x400, in Fig. 17 from E. Lewis, “Additional Plasmoid Marks on Electrolysis Cells,” 1997 manuscript article on

7 Savvatimova’s Glow Discharge Experiments Possible Ball Lighting Tracks on X ray Film Outside (A, B) and Inside the Vacuum Chamber after Deuteron Irradiation in Glow Discharge. I. Savvatimova, Reproducibility of Experiments in Glow Discharge and Processes Accompanying Deuterium Ions Bombardment. 8 th International Conference on Cold Fusion 2000, Lerici, Italy. Used by permission.

8 Matsumoto’s Markings From Electrolysis and Discharge Experiments Hopping and Skimming Marks Left on a Nuclear Emulsion by a Ring Plasmoid that was Produced by Discharge From T. Matsumoto, Artificial Ball Lighting— Photographs of Cold Fusion, manuscript dated Jan, presented at the 5 th International Conference on Cold Fusion, April Monaco. Used by permission.

9 Ken Shoulder’s Discharge Experiments Strike Marks on Lead Glass. These marks show the apparent heatless motion of atoms. Fig. 7 from K. Shoulders, “Permittivity Transitions,” manuscript article, Used by permission of Ken Shoulders.

10 Ken Shoulder’s Discharge Experiments Ring Mark in Witness Plate. This is a typical type of ring marking. Fig. 1 from K. Shoulders, “Permittivity Transitions,” manuscript article, Used by permission of Ken Shoulders.

11 Ken Shoulder’s Discharge Experiments Impact Site of Micrometer Sized Ball Lightning and Elemental Analysis on the Site Figs. 12 and 13 from K. Shoulders and S. Shoulders, “Observations on the Role of Charged Clusters in Nuclear Cluster Reactions,” manuscript article. Used by permission.

12 Conclusion Nickle on Plastic Microsphere Run #8 produced the most excess energy of the various runs with this type of configuration in the lab., according to Miley. There were lots of unusual markings on the parts of this cell, and I concluded that these were ball lightning markings. I suspect that microscopic inspection of positive electrolysis or transmutation CF experiments will show that many experiments have microscopic ball lightning marks. I think that some of the pictures of anomalous pits, groves, and scratch-like marks shown in Dash’s articles are caused by ball lightnings. I would like to thank George Miley for his help in this research.


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