Posts by: E-Cat World

I thought this was a point that readers here might find interesting. A few weeks ago ECW reader ‘hunfgerh‘ made a comment here that in Germany private experimentation of LENR reactors was forbidden. Today the same poster has more specific…

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Alan Smith of Leap Forward Laboratory Ltd. provides his latest update on the experimental setup he is building for his experiment with HHO gas/Catalyzer that ECW is sponsoring. This is the ‘HHO’ generator build underway for the calorimetry …

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I thought I would feature this post from ECW reader Neanderthal today as it seems to give a glimpse into the kind of thinking and discussion about LENR that may be going on behind the scenes in scientific (and other) institutions. Today Neanderthal wro…

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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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As we wait for more news about the E-Cat I think we should keep an eye on other areas of technological development that could prove highly significant — here is a something out of South Korea that may have far-reaching consequences. The Samsung A…

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The following guest post was submitted by Rick Allen. There are a combination of factors that make a nickel-hydrogen cold fusion system work and allow for massive energy production. This has been demonstrated by Andrea Rossi’s “Energy Catalyzer…

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Recent world news reports highlight the importance of energy in today’s world — and specifically how a clean and abundant energy source like LENR could play a dramatic role in changing the landscape dramatically. The first area where energy…

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The drip feeding of information from Andrea Rossi continues on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. A poster asked Rossi why he keeps talking about the possibility of a ‘negative’ report, when he knows full well that the E-Cat works. Rossi repli…

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Nobel Prize laureate Brian Josephson has made a post in Nature in which he gives a mini-review of Mats Lewan’s An Impossible Invention book. Calling the publication of the book “the highlight of the week”, Josephson praises the book a…

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I followed up with Andrea Rossi on the comment yesterday about the E-Cat test being made in a neutral place (not Italy or the USA), and that they had shipped the E-Cat to the testing venue. I asked whether one or more E-Cats had been sent, and he respo…

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As I’ve mentioned here before, I have always been intrigued by the Irish company Steorn. Steorn’s CEO Shaun McCarthy has been hinting at news coming out from the company this year and and now there’s an interesting picture that was po…

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Here is another little drip of information from Andrea Rossi regarding the location of the E-Cat test: April 10th, 2014 at 8:30 AM Dear Andrea Rossi, When you say that the Professors are conducting their work “in a neutral laboratory”, do you mean …

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The Japanese financial web site Nikkei.com has published an article featuring the work that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is doing with detoxification of nuclear waste using a transmutation process that is being developed by a team led by researcher Iwam…

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Here’s an update from Alan Smith about the HHO-Catalyst experiment that E-Cat World is sponsoring. I’m happy to say that Alan tells me that he is ahead of his expected schedule with this project, and hopes to have the experiment completed b…

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The following guest post has been submitted by Rick Allen. Hopefully soon, a new report detailing an extended test of the high temperature version of the E-Cat or Energy Catalyzer will be released, and expectations for this report are high. For many re…

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