(LENR) U.S. Navy SPAWAR San Diego Research Lab: Infrared Measurements (Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions)
This is an infrared video camera clip that shows temperature measurement of a LENR experiment. Joule heating would make the electrolyte temperature warmer than the electrode temperature. In this case, it is the reverse, suggesting that an anomalous source of heating is occurring at the cathode. This video was presented by Frank Gordon at ICCF-10.
From the slide descriptions for Slides 4 and 5: "In the upper left, several different temperatures are represented by the colors with the lighter blue being hotter. Toward the edge of the electrode, the temperatures are lower. Also, these frames 'freeze' the action which is actually very dynamic with flashes of the light blue that decays back to the surrounding temperature. Over time, the flashes become more frequent and tend to cluster in an area with the average temperature of that area becoming hotter than the surrounding areas. Over time, the entire electrode surface reaches the hotter temperature and the process repeats itself with flashes of colors representing hotter temperatures starting to show up..."
White indicates temperatures above and beyond the range of the IR video camera.