Posts by: E-Cat World

The following guest post was submitted by Michael Lammert. 10/20/2014 Response to Ethan Siegel and Comments on the E-Cat 32-Day Test Report Michael Lammert (AKA Dr. Mike) I hadn’t planned on posting any comments on the recent E-cat Report as I felt t…

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An article by Daniel Clery at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s news site ScienceInsider reports about new information presented at a news conference held at Lockheed’s Palmdale, California facility on Monday in whi…

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Thanks very much to jdituro for reporting on this event! I and my son were able to attend last nights lecture (Oct. 20th, 2014) by Tom Wind EE held at SUNY Orange in Middletown NY. I brought my son (at 12 a young scientist) with me, because I wanted hi…

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Below is an interview I conducted with PESN correspondent Hank Mills about recent developments with the E-Cat and upcoming replication efforts. Hank has been a long-time follower of the E-Cat, and has written extensively about it on PESWiki.com. (His m…

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I put a question today to Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics asking about whether he had time to work on the 1MW plant lately, and the current status of the project. This was his response: Frank Acland: I dedicate all my time to my 1MW baby…

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Andrea Rossi seems to be getting upset by some of the criticisms he is hearing about in response to the Lugano report. Earlier today he responded to an open letter to Stephan Pomp; he has now written in response to another criticism which comes from so…

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This is just a quick note from Andrea Rossi today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics in response to a comment about whether the authors of the Lugano E-Cat test report would respond to questions that are being asked by various readers. JCRenoir: The Pro…

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Patrik Wiksten has posted an open letter to Uppsala University (Sweden) professor Stefan Pomp who has been critical of the work of the authors of the Lugano E-Cat report (and the previous one published last year), and has suggested that the whole E-Cat…

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Tom Wind, consulting electrical engineer and president of the Energy 2.0 Society, will present a program on new findings on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions [LENR] or cold fusion on Monday, Oct 20 at 7 p.m. at the Orange County Community College (SUNY Oran…

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Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has published an article on the Medium.com web site titled “The E-cat: cold fusion or scientific fraud?” in which he give his own critique of the Lugano test report, and comes to his own conclusions about the val…

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I had a nice interview with Frank on October 16 as part of my http://FreeEnergyQuest.com series. I think you guys will enjoy it. After my This Week In Free Energy review (which was mostly E-Cat news), we ruminated not just about the E-Cat results, but …

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Thanks to those who shared the following article by Bill Moore from EV World titled ‘Kickstarting the Atomic Age’ in which he notes the appearance on the scene of Lockheed Martin’s announcement of their ‘compact fusion’ pl…

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This comment was originally posted in this thread by Joniale It seems there is an error in the ECAT report. Could somebody confirm this? Please, see the comments of Mats in the following article http://matslew.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/interview-on-rad…

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A post on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Facebook page announces that they are going to go for a replication of the E-Cat, and begin in six days. They state: “Well, the jury is still out on weather the HotCat is real, not surpris…

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It’s been interesting hearing Andrea Rossi talking about the problems that he and his team are having to deal with as they try and get the E-Cat 1 MW plant at the customer site. We might consider that since Rossi has been working with E-Cats for …

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