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Cold fusion characterizes a type of energy yielded when hydrogen interacts with different metals such as palladium and nickel. At present, cold fusion is still considered a hypothetical process for nuclear reaction, which happens near room temperature, not similar with hot fusion techniques that require millions of degrees. In a cold fusion process the primary […]

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I am happy to announce that I have accepted an opportunity to join Ruby Carat to become an author and editor at Cold Fusion Now.  In addition, I will be helping her with moderation and other duties on the site.  … Continue reading →

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Cold Fusion Catalyst

On 14 settembre 2012 By

In past articles e-Cat Site has explored the LANR patents of Belgium industrial chemist and patent attorney Mr. Joannes Van den Bogaert.  He has been kind enough to do a write up for this site regarding the catalyst reported to … Continue readin…

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Licensees of Andrea Rossi’s e-Cat technology will begin a two day conference in Zürich on September 8.  This is the first large scale meeting of worldwide licensees to be convened.  Over the last several months reports, and even one video, ……

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SRI International, a research lab in Menlo Park, CA, one of the largest contract research institutes in the world, will soon sign a contract with Brillouin Energy Corporation of Berkeley, CA, to further evaluate and “scale up” that company’s cold…

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In respectful memory of Dr. Martin Fleischmann March 29, 1927 – August 3, 2012 Verily, just as serpents close their ears, so do some men close their eyes to the light of truth. Galileo ████████████████████

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For many of us, our interest in cold fusion began last January, or thereabouts, when we heard about Andrea Rossi and his e-Cat. For nearly a year we followed the story waiting for Rossi’s big reveal in October of 2011. … Continue reading →

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Most of the excitement surrounding the advent of cold fusion has centered almost exclusively on the technology as a way to solve the energy needs of mankind in the future, both near and far. But the technology brings other benefits … Continue rea…

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At The Atom Unexplored conference on May 4, Valerio Ciampoli, speaking for Prof. Francesco Piantelli, made the statement that Piantelli’s Nichenergy company would be in a position to talk about commercialization in a couple months, more specifically …

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The administrator of the web site NASA Watch, Keith Cowing, submitted several questions to NASA in order to get further clarification on the LENR research being conducted there.  Mr. Cowing has been a critic of NASA’s involvement  in this controver…

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Ike was Right

On 1 giugno 2012 By

Last weekend in the United States we celebrated Memorial Day, a national holiday to honor those who have served and lost their lives in the military service to this country. Reading through the various articles to mark and commemorate the … Conti…

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NASA has released another video disclosing its ongoing LENR research. Entitled Abundant Clean/Green Energy, the latest video is much more understated than the one released on January 12.  I suppose with this video NASA is attempting to avoid the fires…

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As reports come in that a run on Greek banks has begun, and the EU continues to waffle and hedge about what to do about the “Greek Problem,”  it should give us pause as to the ultimate fate of Defkalion … Continue reading →

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Of all the interesting tidbits to come out of The Atom Unexplored conference in Turin, Italy in May 4, perhaps the account by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of MIT on how a prominent physicist actively worked to cut cold fusion funding … Continue reading &…

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LENR Meets HENR in Turin

On 3 maggio 2012 By

A unique conference will begin tomorrow in Turin, Italy, entitled the “The Atom Unexplored.”  This conference will be unique because it will explore both low energy nuclear reactions and high energy nuclear reactions, with the former being covered…

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