Posts by: E-Cat World

The following report has been submitted by Tom Whipple who attended the Brilliant Light Power ‘Roadshow’ meeting held in Washington, DC yesterday. For the last three years, Randell Mills, the CEO of Brilliant Light Power, has been conductin…

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Thanks to a number of readers for pointing out that following the publication of this article about LENR about a week ago, Scientific American has again broached the subject by publishing a guest blog post by Steven B. Krivit and Michael J. Ravnitzky t…

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Ethan Siegel is a name familiar to people following the LENR story, as he has been quite a strong critic of the E-Cat and other LENR devices since he doesn’t think they can work, based on his understanding of physics. Now he has turned his attent…

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Moving to the more traditional hot fusion world, there’s an article on the Popular Mechanics website which reports that the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator reactor is actually working according to plan, with a very small error rate. The article is ti…

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Vessela Nikolova has published a post on her ‘E-Cat, The New Fire’ website that reports about some news from Italy regarding LENR. One item is that ENEA is sponsoring a seminar about LENR, and another is about a new interview with Andrea Ro…

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Thanks to Alan Smith from Looking For Heat who has forwarded me a link to a new article published on the LFH website titled “Anomalous Heat detected in Lead Carbon Hydrogen Systems: Simple and Accessible, But is it LENR?” Authors are Alan S…

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UPDATE (Dec 4, 2016) Thanks to Bob Higgins of the MFMP for providing this English translation of the new Alexander Parkhomov report which is available here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz7lTfqkED9Wdm1NeEtxMFJLTmM/view (Thanks to Bob Greenyer for t…

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There is an interesting article from the MIT News Office which reports on research done by a team of scientists there who have found that water behaves in a highly unexpected way when confined in tiny spaces inside carbon nanotubes. From the article he…

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Scientific American has reprinted the article covering LENR/SunCell written by Steven K. Ritter which was recently published in the American Chemical Society’s Chemical and Engineering News. The only change that I can find is that it has a new ti…

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The following post has been submitted by Gerhard Hunf The final result of “e-capture” The direct result of an “e-capture” is an “element shift”. The reason for this is the conversion of a nuclear proton into a neutron. This …

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An article in the Alphaville section of the Financial Times (see here — free registration required to read it) reports on the approximately $50 million investment of British investment manager Neil Woodford in Industrial Heat in May 2015. The aut…

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Russian LENR Seminar Reports

On 26 novembre 2016 By

Thanks to Peter Gluck on his Ego Out website we can see the list of presentations made at a recent seminar held on November 24 at the People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia. Peter lists the program as follows: Program of the day: 1. 16….

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On the Cooling of the QuarkX

On 24 novembre 2016 By

Thanks to Bernie Koppenhofer for highlighting this interesting exchange from the Journal of Nuclear Physics that seems to shed some light on the role of the control system with the QuarkX modules. Andrea Rossi has reported recently that they have had t…

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Hi all, I believe that the word of LENR and Cold Fusion must be spread, to add momentum to this beautiful technology and to get it developed. The more people know about it, the more it gets accepted. I am fully convinced that LENR is real and for 95% s…

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A little status update from Andrea Rossi was posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday, in response to a question about what problems they have resolved with the QuarkX over the last six months. He wrote: Andrea Rossi November 21, 2016 at 8:10…

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