Posts by: E-Cat World

For whatever reason, Andrea Rossi and his team are keeping interest in the 1MW E-Cat plant alive. We have already seen some photos of the plant under construction, and now Rossi is promising another picture of the plant on location. A reader on the Jo…

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A new LENR Experiment has been started by Denis Vasilenko, aka Firax Tech. He writes that this experiment is designed to test his quartz reactor for hydrogen leaks. In this thread on the LENR-Forum, Denis describes his reactor: ​Features a small tube…

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Thanks to Pelgrim for finding this live experiment of a Parkhomov-like reactor taking place today (Saturday May 9th) being run by ‘Me356′ — not sure where this is taking place. At this link: http://www.lenr-experiment.tk/ you can see…

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Understanding attenuation of potential ionising radiation in a Parkhomov style reactor. []=Project Dog Bone=[] A concerned follower and very generous British donor called Stephen has made it possible for the project to acquire a full turn-key UCS30 spe…

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There’s an interesting response by Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics in response to a comment by Hank Mills today. Hank Mills makes the observation that no one in the open replication community is able to achieve the same kind of suc…

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Thanks to Matt Severens for sending the following An interesting article has been posted on the Science Daily website regarding the use of lithium in hot fusion experiments. Researchers from the Princeton Plasma Fusion Lab in Princeton, New Jersey have…

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Clean Planet, the Japanese company that is partnering with Tohoku University in the formation of the Clean Energy Research Lab, has reported on its Facebook Page about meetings it has recently held. They write (translated from Japanese): We are pleased…

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I asked a couple of questions today of Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the future development and manufacture of E-Cat Plants: Q: What will be the estimated cost of a 1MW plant like the one you are now operating? Andrea Rossi M…

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The following comment was posted by Andrea Calaon in this thread. Dear Axil Axil, You are funny! I like your (quite correct) pushing towards inevitable consequences of the assumptions . . .teleportation . . . magic appearance of protons behind an impre…

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On April 15, 2015, Gary Scott and Tom Wind, both founding members of the Energy 2.0 Society were invited to make a presentation on LENR at the Madison, Wisconsin chapter of the IEEE. The title of their presentation was” “LENR: Unexpected En…

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The following post was submitted by Axil Axil Norman D. Cook, Andrea Rossi, «On the Nuclear Mechanisms Underlying the Heat Production by the E-Cat», http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1504/1504.01261.pdf Analysis of the experimental evidence from Luga…

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The following comment was posted by Buck in this thread. I just read the following exchange and was deeply surprised. Rossi’s statement that an advanced design has now be developed for a stable 250kW output for a single E-Cat module is a Big Wow….

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Stepping away from LENR for a moment, here’s a topic that has been of interest to a number of people on this site recently. In the best spirit of open science, there is another very interesting experiment that is being reported by a Romanian expe…

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This comment was posted first on this thread by Zeddicus Zul Zorander Actually, I think that is a legitimate question: Why haven’t people repeated the Parkhomov experiment successfully yet? I had expected more successful replications but nothing …

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There have been a few interesting questions and responses from Andrea Rossi today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today on topics that have been discussed here recently. On Stirling Engines: Q: Have you considered the application of stirling engines …

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