Bob Greeyer has posted a new video on YouTube of his presentation on October 4th 2018 at the Sochi, Russia LENR conference. His talk is titled “Seek Share” Bob analyzes various structures in fuels used in LENR experiments and provides some of his thoughts on what he thinks is going on to make these structures. […]

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I received the following spreadsheet from Gerard McEk with this explanation: “I thought it would be good if you would verify the SK output power on the 31st of January 2019. “I made a little spreadsheet to calculate this. “You put in the output power (20,000 W) and a delta temperature (difference between in- and […]

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I have been asking Andrea Rossi some questions regarding the power outlet that can operate the 20 kW E-Cat SK reactor: Frank Acland November 4, 2018 at 7:43 PM Dear Andrea, Does the controller to the E-Cat SK plug into a regular AC wall socket, or is a different kind of connection required? Andrea Rossi […]

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There have been some questions and comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics recently about what will be shown at the scheduled January 31 E-Cat presentation. Andrea Rossi has announced that the largest E-Cat SK that he can make for now is 20 kW, and says that this will be the model of the E-Cat […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for the following post which provides an interesting historical perspective about LENR E. H. Lewis in August 2006 notes that Benjamin Franklin may have been one of the earliest ‘Cold Fusion’ researchers all the way back in the 1700s. “Microscopic Ball Lightning” by E. H. Lewis Proceedings Ninth International Symposium on Ball […]

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Thanks to Axil for posting about an interesting article from the Scitech Europa website published on October 31, titled “Ghost particle possibly detected at CERN” Ghost particle possibly detected at CERN From the article: “Unexplained “bumps” appeared in data produced by the team’s multipurpose Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector, which may show traces of an […]

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Thanks to Jed Rothwell for posting a link on the vortex-l mailing list of a paper published on the Researchgate website from a group of Japanese researchers at Kobe University using a Copper, Nickel, Zirconia mixture in Hydrogen gas, with heat applied. The article is: “Anomalous Heat Burst by CNZ7 Sample and H-Gas” by Yokose, […]

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The following article has been submitted by Lamaan Ball Low Energy Nuclear Reactions – Is the mechanism simple electro magnetic resonance? For some years now I have followed the claims of Cold Fusion given by Pons and Fleischmann. As a student of physics, this potential source of energy was exciting and continues to be so. […]

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The following post has been submitted by ‘The Director’ No Mystery: The E-Cat QX Explained By Lost Technologies Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat QX technology is a fascinating feline that combines multiple physical phenomena to produce both thermal and electrical output power. Allegedly producing kilowatts or more power at ultra high input-to-output ratios, the emergence of this […]

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Here’s exchange between Joseph Fine and Andrea Rossi from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today. It is following up on statements from Rossi where he says that their main focus is to obtain a wavelength in the E-Cat SK plasma of between 430 and 440 nm, which he has equated to temperatures of around 6900 […]

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Recently Andrea Rossi announced that the upcoming E-Cat presentation, now scheduled for January 31, 2019 would be an internet-only event, not a live event where guests could be present, as was the case at the event in Stockholm November 2017. His reasoning was that it would be very difficult find a public venue where he […]

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Thanks to Max Nozin for posting a video showing an unusual effect from something described as a “Molecular Drive” The video is produced by a Russian organization called Global Wave. The presentation is not in English, so I am not sure what the explanation behind the effect is, but I expect there will be some […]

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Today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Andrea Rossi announced that he would be holding an internet-only streaming event on January 31, 2019 (a Thursday). In the past, Rossi has stated that this would be an event introducing his commercial product or service, but it’s not clear yet exactly what we will see. I asked […]

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I recently sent some questions to Russian LENR researcher Alexander Parkhomov regarding his reports that were recently presented at the conference in Sochi Russia. Recently Bob Greenyer has posted an interesting video of the “Woodpecker” device that Dr. Parkhomov reported about at the conference as being a source of “strange radiation” and the in the […]

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