Posts by: E-Cat World

Andrea Rossi has give an interesting reply on the Journal of Nuclear Physics to a question by Tom Conover who asked Rossi if he could disclose any more details, without revealing anything confidential, about his current work with the QuarkX, the curren…

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John Maguire is a journalist and interviewer who has been interested in the LENR/cold fusion field for some time, and he has interviewed some interesting interviews with people in the field. He has recently published a couple of new interviews on his P…

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UPDATE: New Video and Slideshow from Bob Greenyer: Doppelgänger The slideshow is here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz7lTfqkED9WU1JIR01Ra1lzVDg/view The patent application that Bob is referring to: “Deuteride/hydride catalyzed condensation e…

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UPDATE (Sep 25, 2016) Here’s an update from Andrea Rossi on what’s going on with regard to addressing the problems with overheating that he has reported below Antonio September 24, 2016 at 7:17 AM Dear Andrea Rossi, I understand from your l…

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Thanks to georgehants for posting a link to a new article on the Forbes website by Ethan Siegel titled: “Is Cold Fusion Feasible, Or is it a Fraud?” Link his here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2016/09/23/is-cold-fusion-feasib…

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A new article on the current state of cold fusion has been posted on the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) website written by Torah Kachur, titled “Q&A: Why the controversial science of cold fusion is getting hot again” The link …

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I have been re-reading the report about the Tohoku University LENR experiment and have found it includes information that might provide clues about why LENR may or may not occur in some experiments. Just to recap: 1. The Tohoku experiment uses a system…

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UPDATE: Sep 20, 2016, Thanks to Barbierir for noticing that IH et al have updated their Answer again, and this time have included James A. Bass as one of the third parties against whom they have listed a counter complaint. This must mean that James A. …

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Thanks to reader Bob (not Greenyer) for a comment today which cites a new report by Kenji Kaneko, Nikkei BP Clean Tech Institute, translated from the orginal Japanese by Jed Rothwell and posted on the LENR-CANR website here: http://lenr-canr.org/acroba…

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Today Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project posted this comment in connection to a new reactor design that he and Bob Higgins are working on. (ClamShell) – A low input power, high temperature reactor Given our data from the Glow…

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Thanks to readers who have pointed out the following article from the Danish website Ingeniøren (The Engineer) which looks at the recent developments at Aarhus University where the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has been invited to collaborate on…

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The Energy 2.0 Society is hosting a webinar which will be presented by Ruby Carat, the publisher of ColdFusionNow.org, documentary filmmaker and long-time advocate of cold fusion/LENR. Ruby will be speaking about her experiences in the LENR field going…

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Brilliant Light Power continues to promote its technology, and has recently announced that it will hold a Fall Industry Day on October 26th at its facility in Cranbury, New Jersey where, according to the announcement, there will be “Invitational …

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Thanks to all who have mentioned a new article by Michael Brooks published in the New Scientist magazine titled “Cold Fusion: Science’s Most Controversial Technology is Back” The subheading reads: “The claim to have tamed the su…

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LENR replicator who goes by the name Me356 has garnered quite a bit of attention recently with claims that he has been able to see significant success in creating LENR systems that can produce significant levels of excess energy. He has also reported t…

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