Suggest Questions to Ask Andrea Rossi

As we prepare for the long-awaited presentation of the E-Cat SKLed and the E-Cat SKL on December 9th, I wanted to request the input of E-Cat World readers. I will have the opportunity to interview Andrea Rossi prior to the December event and I thought it could be useful to see if readers have any […]

“The Most Energy Efficient Room Heater Ever Made” (Calle H.)

Thanks to Calle H for submitting the following in a comment in the Always Open thread. I thought it could be interesting to have it in its own thread. “The most energy efficient room heater ever made” For those who it may interest. A room heater comprising of a 1/4 circular enclosure installed in a […]

US Dept. of Energy’s ARPA-E to hold LENR Workshop Seeking ‘On-demand, Repeatable Experiment’

Thanks to Curbina for posting about this. The U.S. Department of Energy’s  Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is holding a workshop next week on LENR. ARPA-E’s website explains the mission of the agency: “The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) advances high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment. ARPA-E awardees are unique […]

Novel Cold Fusion Reactors based on the real Cold Fusion Mechanism

.byNoriyuki KodamaIndependent ResearcherTokyo, 206-0011 Japan, 81-90-6164-9203,

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AbstractI review my Cold fusion theory as described below, and I also propose the experiment to prove hydride bond compression theory based on the currently available reactors and propose the conceptualized Cold fusion reactors based on the cold […]

Video: “Water into Infinite Electricity” (Peter Lang)

Here’s a video created by Peter Lang (who has been commenting here recently) in which he demonstrates a water battery that he has made. In the video he shows the voltage and amperage. He shows his homemade battery cell which uses graphite rods with an outer coating of graphene, with hematin-coated copper wire wrapped around […]

Video: “How I Learned to Love Pseudoscience” (Sabine Hossenfelder)

I thought this was an interesting video from the YouTube channel of German physicist Sabine Hossenfelder. She discusses the issue of what is ‘pseudoscience’ and explains why she thinks it is important and useful, and how she believes it helps scientific progress. She says that sometimes, theories that are accused of being pseudoscientific turn out […]

An E-Cat SKLed Hypothesis Confirmed by Rossi

How does the E-Cat SKLed lamp work? There has been quite a bit of speculation about it with one perspective being that there isn’t actually a normal LED involved, rather the light of the E-Cat reactor itself providing the illumination. Andrea Rossi sometimes has declined to answer questions about the source of the light, at […]