Sorry Simon, I don’t speak Japanese!
But the “equivalent trade” being hypothesized by the experimenters would have to be the change in atomic weights of the nickel nuclei. That extra weight indicates some neutrons were flying around. As you know, there is no way to detect neutrons, and they aren’t expected to damage anything useful, like property. They just kill people. But it takes time. Let the experimenters enjoy their lives, but watch for unusual tumors or other defects to show up. If they don’t, then great! Lots of cheap power from now on. Otherwise, we’ve lost the time investigating this apparent crack in the faithful’s physics dogma.
Rich AT EnglishLogicKernel DOT com
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