The following video and press release have been published by California-based company Plus.ai.   Plus.ai Completes First Cross-Country Commercial Freight Run by a Self-Driving Truck in Record Three Days The Industry’s First Commercial Autonomous Coast-to-Coast Haul Brings Over 40,000 Pounds of Land O Lakes® Butter to Families in Time for Year-End Holidays December 10, 2019 […]

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There has been some discussion on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about attendance at the upcoming E-Cat SKL presentation in Stockholm. Andrea Rossi has stated that as yet, no date has been decided on. My guess is that they will wait until the testing of the third party (scheduled to start in January) is completed […]

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Today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics Sam suggested that since next year’s Super Bowl will be held in Miami, Rossi get the University of Miami involved in testing, and the announcement of the results be tied in with the Super Bowl.  But it seems that won’t be happening, as Rossi replied: Andrea Rossi December […]

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Jed Rothwell has posted an updated paper on LENR-CANR website which reports how Dr. S. Saito and two assistants at Hokkaido University of Science in Japan have measured excess heat in a replication of the Mizuno Nickel-Palladium experiment. https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTsupplement.pdf Here is a quote and image from the paper: Figure 4 shows the results of an […]

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Thanks to LION for posting a link to this article by Anis Rahman, Francis Tanzella, Aunik K Rahman, Carl Page and Robert Godes, titled “Lattice Dilation of Plasma Sprayed Nickel Film Quantified by High Resolution Terahertz Imaging”. From the Conclusion section: A model has been proposed for explaining the increased heat energy generation from IPB-HHT […]

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It has been two weeks since Rossi reported success with making the E-Cat SKL self–sustain in a closed loop manner, and a reader on the JONP asked an interesting question on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the first three E-Cat SKLs that Rossi says have been under test. Rick 57 December 7, 2019 at […]

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Andrea Rossi had posted recently on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that he hoped that the safety certification for domestic versions of the E-Cat SKL could be completed by April 2020, and that it was “not impossible” that domestic E-Cats could be on the market by November 2020. This is quite a different outlook from […]

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Various news outlets are reporting an incident that took place in a Columbus, Ohio neighborhood in which emergency responders and nuclear experts were dispatched to a home after a man called 911 reporting having been burned by “radio frequency burns” while operating a “quantum physics generator” in his garage. Nuclear experts were brought to the […]

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On the Vortex-l mailing list, Jed Rothwell has started a thread about the status of efforts to replicate Mizuno’s experiments which claimed significant excess heat in Palladium-Nickel experiments. The full thread with Jed’s initial comments and further discussion from readers can be accessed here: https://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg118301.html Jed writes: Several replications of the Pd-Ni experiment are underway, […]

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The following post has been submitted by Martin. Ken Wheeler’s book on magnetism is worth a look at by anyone interested in understanding the LENR phenomenon in my view. His views on science are unconventional to say the least. Going back to the ‘greats’ of Maxwell, Tesla, and Steinmetz he revives both the consideration of […]

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Here’s an answer to a straightforward question asked by a reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics about the location of the upcoming E-Cat presentation: Gian Luca December 3, 2019 at 7:12 AM Carissimo Andrea maybe someone has already asked this question but where will the next event take place? Europe vs USA? Andrea Rossi […]

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There has been a lot of discussion here and elsewhere about the revolutionary nature of the latest version of the E-Cat as claimed by Andrea Rossi. He is saying that the E-Cat SK Leonardo is a small box, about the size of a Rubik’s Cube, which can sit and put out hundreds, if not thousands […]

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Thanks to Sam for posting a link to abstracts of papers that will be presented at The 20th Meeting of Japan CF-Research Society in Fukuoka which will be held December 13-14, 2019. http://jcfrs.org/JCF20/jcf20-abstracts.pdf Reading through the abstracts gives the impression that there is an active community of researchers in Japan who are working towards the […]

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Andrea Rossi has stated that the size of the E-Cat SKL is 10 x 10 x 10 cm, and the energy required to start up the E-Cat and maintain its operation is 38 W. However he has not yet given an output power figure. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Joseph Fine made a comment […]

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