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Thanks to Greenwin for finding this announcement: George H. Miley of the University of Illinois, and founder of Lenuco Corporation, will be presenting a technical session at the American Nuclear Society’s 2014 International Conference on Isotopes…

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script type=’text/javascript’> Thanks to Mr. Moho for finding the videos from the recent Blacklight Power demonstration which took place on July 21st. I haven’t watched them yet — it looks like there is about four hours worth of material he…

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John Maguire of the Q-Niverse web site has followed up his recent interview with Edmund Storms with a new interview with Dr. Brian Ahern, a long-time researcher in the LENR field, and a member of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project team. The interv…

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The People of the E-Cat

On 25 luglio 2014 By

I though this was an interesting exchange and comment from Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today. AR: 1 a.m. of Thursday July 24th, and we are working: we, the Team. Italo R: “… we, the Team….” and that reminds me “We, The Peop…

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There’s an interesting read in Forbes today on the difficulty of making predictions about the future of energy because of ever-changing technological developments in the energy industry. Former energy trader and now utility executive Chip Registe…

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Thanks to Pelgrim108 for finding a report of a seminar held at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna, Russia on July 7th, 2014 at which Edward Tsyganov gave a lecture where he presented his views on a theoretical basis for cold fusio…

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Here’s a new press release from Solar Hydrogen Trends: US Enters Hydrogen Era, Says Solar Hydrogen Trends Inc. Solar Hydrogen Trends, Inc., developer of innovative breakthrough technology with the world’s first hydrogen reactor for producti…

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E-Cat World readers may remember that on July 21st (yesterday) there was a demonstration scheduled by Blacklight Power showing the latest developments of their technologies to selected invitees. There was nothing posted yesterday that I could find, but…

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Let’s step back for a moment and take a look at the big picture in terms of what might be coming in our futures. We spend a lot of time here talking about the possibilities that could come if energy is cheap and abundant — especially when e…

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A press published today from the MIT News Office which I think could be of interest to people here: Steam from the sun: New spongelike structure converts solar energy into steam. A new material structure developed at MIT generates steam by soaking up t…

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John Maguire of the Q-Niverse has conducted a very interesting interview with Dr. Edumund Storms, author of the recently published book The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship Between Observation and Explanati…

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Since the days of the steam engines many different technologies have been designed to try and efficiently convert heat into electricity. Along with mechanical systems like steam engines and Stirling engines there are also methods of producing electrici…

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Since there is an increasing amount of anticipation about the long-expected report from third party which has been involved in long-term testing of the E-Cat, I thought I’d create a thread where news, links, rumors, etc. could be posted. Remember…

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Andrea Rossi is effulgent with praise these days when talking about the work he is doing in getting a 1 MW E-Cat plant to be put to work at a customer’s industrial site. A big part of his enthusiasm for this plant seems to stem from the fact that…

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I am not able to understand the German here unfortunately, but a video of former German E-Cat Licensee Hartmut Dobler, CEO of E-Cat Deutschland GmbH speaking about how he lost his licensee status. I am relying on a couple of posts here from German spea…

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