Posts by: E-Cat World

Thanks to Gerard McEk for sharing the following link for the website of Mizuno Technology, Inc., a company that claims to be commercializing the LENR technology developed by Tadahiko Mizuno for practical applications. https://mizunotech.com/ The site is rather sparse on detail, but they state that Mizuno’s technology has been replicated, and that more replications are […]

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What has been termed ‘Strange Radiaton’ is a phenomenon has been reportedly detected by some LENR researchers, such as Alexander Parkhomov (for example, see here) in some experimental setups. For quite some time, Andrea Rossi has stated that he did not think ‘strange radiation’ was a verified phenomenon because he said it could not be […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for sharing a link to a new MFMP video that he has just published titled, “EVO Vacuum Capacitor”. In the video, Bob reviews the claims of a Russian group named Freel Tech, who state on their website (http://freel.tech) that they have invented a new kind of capacitor which they describe on […]

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As usual, there’s not much information provided here, but here’s a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today about current interest in the E-Cat: Heinz Sause May 20, 2020 at 8:56 AM Hello, dear Dr Rossi, Which European Country is showing more interest in your Ecat technology ? With kind regards, Heinz Sause Andrea […]

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On the Journal of Nuclear Physics Andrea Rossi has made a somewhat cryptic statement, also a bit confusing in places, due to his use of English, but the underlying message is clear: he is expecting stiff opposition to the E-Cat, and is trying to prepare for that. Andrea Rossi May 14, 2020 at 5:26 PM […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for informing us that Alan Goldwater of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has completed his latest experiment attempting to replicate the work of Mizuno, which he has titled Mizuno Analogue Replication. The data from this run most recent run, MR2.5, as it happened is shown on this Youtube link. A document […]

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The following is from a news release from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. https://www.ornl.gov/news/3d-printed-nuclear-reactor-promises-faster-more-economical-path-nuclear-energy OAK RIDGE, Tenn., May 11, 2020 — Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are refining their design of a 3D-printed nuclear reactor core, scaling up the additive manufacturing process […]

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Andrea Rossi reports having been busy over the last months with both developments of the E-Cat SKL, and also giving private Skype tests to select potential customers and investors. From what he has said, the E-Cat SKL continues to be developed, and is currently performing well. But he has said that the E-Cat SKL is […]

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A research team from Utrecht University (Netherlands), Erasmus Medical Centre and the company Harbour BioMed (HBM) has published an article in Nature in which they state that they have identified antibodies that neutralize the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a laboratory setting, and which they think could play a role in treating the COVID-19 disease Link to […]

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I have asked Andrea Rossi some questions about the current status of commercializing the E-Cat SKL. He has reported that during this period of coronavirus restriction, he has been conducting online video presentations of the E-Cat with several separate companies. He has said that some of these presentations have been given to prospective customers, and […]

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A United Kingdom study by researchers from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation Trust and the University of East Anglia has found that there is a correlation between low levels of vitamin D and mortality rates in COVID-19 patients in some European countries. The researchers looked at vitamin D levels of people living in 20 European […]

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After my previous post regarding Andrea Rossi doing Skype testing, some readers had pointed out that Andrea Rossi mentioned “clients”, rather than a single client. I thought that was an important point, so yesterday I decided to follow up on the Journal of Nuclear Physics with another question on the subject. Frank Acland April 27, […]

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I keep trying to get a clearer understanding of the current situation with the E-Cat, in terms of the business plan. It occurred to me that the reason the testing situation is so important, (which has been hampered due to the coronavirus pandemic) could be because the results will determine whether a deal with a […]

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A Melbourne-based medicine company called Mesoblast has published a press release in which it claims that COVID-19 patients on ventilator support have responded very well to being treated with their product remestemcel-L, which they describe as an “allogeneic cell therapy”. The treatment is usually used to treat disease in people who have had bone marrow […]

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Researchers at the Institute of Virology at the University of Maryland suggest that there is a relationship between climate and how efficiently coronavirus spreads in communities. https://www.medschool.umaryland.edu/news/2020/Researchers-Predict-Potential-Spread-and-Seasonality-for-COVID-19-Based-on-Climate-Where-Virus-Appears-to-Thrive.html ‘In a new paper published on the open-data site SSRN, the researchers found that all cities experiencing significant outbreaks of COVID-19 have very similar winter climates with an […]

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