Posts by: Cold Fusion News

Andrea Rossi is again claiming that his E-cat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) devices are under construction. The inventor is also claiming that he will soon start selling energy from the devices. In a post September 3, conversation on Rossi’s mes…

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Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG); the company formerly known as Google, is lending its vast data crunching capabilities to the battle to make hot fusion a reality. Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL) and Tri Alpha Energy have teamed up to create an algorithm that is desig…

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Data indicates that global warming is getting worse and threatening the world’s food supply. The first six months of 2017 were the second-hottest on record NASDA data indicates, The Guardian reported. NASA scientists found that temperatures are nearl…

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Swedish Journalist Mats Lewan has uncovered some of the details of the settlement Andrea Rossi and Industrial Heat (IH) made to end their lawsuit. Those details are available at Lewin’s Impossible Invention blog. Lewin also posted a new interview wit…

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The comedy of errors known as Andrea Rossi’s lawsuit against Tom Darden and Industrial Heat is over. The jury trial before U.S. District Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga ended after just 48 minutes in court on July 5, 2017. Rossi and Darden’s attorneys ap…

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A tragedy in Portugal demonstrates why the world needs to invest heavily in new energy solutions such as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR). Global warming might have led to the deaths of more than 60 innocent people. Around 30 people were burned to de…

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All those interested in climate change, undoubtedly know that President Donald J. Trump (R-New York) has decided to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. That prompted some very interesting reactions from Ecat inventor Andrea Rossi, Elon Musk and …

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Australia National University (ANU) and the University of South China have embarked upon a major hot fusion research effort. ANU will ship the H1 Heliac stellerator from its Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility to China later this year. The devic…

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Hot fusion might be closer to reality than some of its critics think, but still facing some problems News stories indicate that two important hot fusion milestones might be achieved in the near future. The International Thermonuclear Experimental React…

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The world’s appetite for electricity is about to increase dramatically. Tesla is planning to unveil an electric semi-truck as early as September and Volkswagen is planning a vast network of filling stations for electric cars in the United States. “…

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President Trump made good on his promise to roll back Barack Obama’s restrictions on greenhouse-gas emissions from coal-fired power plants. The move was announced by new Environmental Protection Agency Director and climate-change denier Scott Pruitt …

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There is some disturbing new evidence of climate change in the United States. A drought and devastating wildfires in the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains in March something I have never heard of before. Over one million acres were of land were cons…

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Many people are confused by the difference between hot and cold fusion and it is easy to see why. Both terms are vague catch all phrases for complex phenomena. Hot fusion would use superhot plasma to generate incredibly high temperatures to make energy…

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The effect of climate change on wildlife and the environment might have been grossly underestimated. Nearly half the threatened mammals and quarter of the birds might be impacted by global warming, a study published in the Climate Change Journal indica…

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The gigantic European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has filed two more U.S. patent applications for low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) processes. U.S. Patent application 20170025191 filed on March 15, 2016, is for a “Material arrangement for fusion re…

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