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Convectron experiments at KEMA High Power Laboratory, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 1987
Criticism in the past of the Dutch scientific establishment
Severe but ill-founded opposition
The underlying boson model of the Convectron approach towards nuclear fusion is based on advanced and complex, but solid physics theory. Two previous share issues of the Predecessor Company in the 1980's were mainly limited to The Netherlands. These experienced at the time severe but ill-founded opposition and were even ridiculed by some members of the Dutch scientific establishment.
Since the model has made a quantum leap forward
In the mean time the model has made a quantum leap forward in detail and explanatory power and today it provides a full and rigorous mathematical description. Basic elements that were formerly opposed have meanwhile become generally accepted principles in related fields with great promise for future applications. Essentially the Convectron boson model is a plasma version of photonics as currently used for solid matter.
Despite decisive progress of the model, remaining elements for ill-founded opposition could still induce similar reactions as in the 1980's.