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Thanks to Axil Axil for the following post regarding a book recommendation by Andrea Rossi. Andrea Rossi January 23, 2020 at 3:24 PM Keith T: Thank you for your insight. I also suggest you the book “Maxwell-Dirac Theory and Occam’s Razor:Unified Field, Elementary Particles, and Nuclear Interactions” ( Amazon, 2019 ) by Giorgio Vassallo, Andras […]

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Brilliant Light Power has just posted the validation report titled ‘Report on the Power Output of Liquid Gallium Suncells at Brilliant Light Power’ by Randy Booker, Ph.D. of the Department of Physics of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, published January 11, 2020 https://brilliantlightpower.com/pdf/Randy_Booker_Report.pdf There are detailed descriptions, images and data in the paper; […]

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There is a news report on the Brilliant Light Power website that states that a validation of the SunCell has been carried out by Dr. Randy Booker, Physics Chairman, North Carolina State University, Ashville. The website states that he validated “300 kW and 200 kW of power produced by BrLP’s proprietary hydrino plasma reaction maintained […]

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Over the years there have been people who have believed that LENR phenomena are related to ball lightning. This seems especially true in Russia where they hold a regular “Cold Nuclear Transmutation of Chemical Elements and Ball Lightning Conference” that deals with LENR topics. Today there was a question on the topic on the Journal […]

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Andrea Rossi stated yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that the 20 kW E-Cat SK heater (it does not generate electricity directly) that he reported had started operating in an unidentified industrial facility in November 2018 was still in operation, and that it was still using the same charge (i.e. fuel) that it had […]

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Thanks to LION for posting a link on LENR Forum which was posted by researcher Brian Albiston who has been working to replicate the Mizuno LENR experiment. https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/thread/6213-albiston-fluxheat-mizuno-analogue-experiments/?postID=126759#post126759 Brian has done an excellent job sharing data, descriptions and photos of his work. So far however he has not been able to replicate Mizuno’s results or […]

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Thanks to Curbina for the following comment: Jed Rothwell shared this news item at LENR-forum. “ Final FY20 Appropriations: National Science Foundation Low-energy nuclear reactions. The House report encourages NSF to “evaluate the various theories, experiments, and scientific literature surrounding the field of LENR,” which is most associated with the pursuit of cold fusion. It […]

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An opinion piece in the New York Times by Jochen Bittner highlights some of the problems that are faced when policymakers seek to move away from carbon sources of energy. Bittner discusses the case of Germany where there is a strong push by the government to move to renewable sources of fuels, while at the […]

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The following news release was published January 8, 2020 by the US Department of Energy here: https://www.energy.gov/articles/us-department-energy-launches-energy-storage-grand-challengehttps://www.energy.gov/articles/us-department-energy-launches-energy-storage-grand-challengehttps://www.energy.gov/articles/us-department-energy-launches-energy-storage-grand-challenge WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette announced the launch of the Energy Storage Grand Challenge, a comprehensive program to accelerate the development, commercialization, and utilization of next-generation energy storage technologies and sustain American global leadership […]

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True to form, Andrea Rossi is not going to stop working to improve his latest E-Cat, it seems. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics today he answered a question about what he is working on currently: Nolan January 6, 2020 at 4:56 AM Are you also working during this period on the reduction of the […]

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We’re now into January, and on the topic of the E-Cat, I think the question on most people’s mind is what’s going on with the testing of the E-Cat SKL that Andrea Rossi said would take place this month, and when the projected Stockholm conference will take place. Steven Karels asked about this on the […]

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Thanks to Curbina for mentioning in a different thread this paper, published on ResearchGate in November 2019, which I had not seen before. Title: “The astonishing 63Ni radioactivity reduction in radioactive wastes by means of ultrasounds application” Authors: Alberto Rosada, F. Cardone, Pasquale Avino. Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336249156_The_astonishing_63Ni_radioactivity_reduction_in_radioactive_wastes_by_means_of_ultrasounds_application Abstract: Nowadays, the radioactive wastes production is certainly one […]

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How to Power the 2020s?

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As we step into the 2020s there is a lot of discussion in the media about the decade that has just passed, and what we might be looking forward to in this new decade in terms of technological development. There are some general themes that keep cropping up as people make forecasts about which technologies […]

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It is unusual these days for Andrea Rossi to engage in discussion about his theoretical understanding of what is going on inside the E-Cat. Normally when questioned about theory on the Journal of Nuclear Physics he will cite his most recent paper and tell people to refer to it for answers. But there has been […]

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