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More From Rossi on Theory

On 31 ottobre 2014 By

There’s been quite a lot of discussion about the theoretical basis behind the E-Cat since the Lugano report was published, and more recentlyalso after the publication of the paper on ‘bound neutron tunneling’ by Carl-Oscar Gullström,…

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An announcement on the website of LPPFusion, a New Jersey company working on producing fusion energy using in a ‘dense plasma focus’ (DPF) — or ‘Focus Fusion’ — device, states that the US Department of Energy’s…

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Thanks to Fortyniner for this report: Fusion power was discussed on the BBC’s ‘In Our Time’ morning chat show today. Much predictable talking up of hot fusion by three ‘experts’, then (to his credit) host Melvyn Bragg aske…

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Thanks to Mr. Moho for finding this page on Vessela Nikolova’s E-Cat-The New Fire website where she is marketing her new biography of Andrea Rossi by the same name. The picture is of Andrea Rossi in his Ferrara, Italy, factory (before Rossi moved…

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An associate of mine, who resides here in the U.S., and I have for some time been discussing the E-Cat and related LENR topics. He recently shared some ideas concerning the newly published bound neutron tunneling paper. What’s really nice with Ca…

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Here’s an interesting post from Andrea Rossi in response to a question from a reader (Achi) on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the temperature in the lab during the running of the Hot Cat test, which ran for 32 days during February and M…

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A few days ago, Carl-Oscar Gullström, a doctoral student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Uppsala University, Sweden submitted a paper to E-Cat World for publication here, titled ” “Low radiation fusion through bound neutron tunne…

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Here’s a post by Pierre on this thread who is posing a question that might be interesting to readers here. Not sure if my question was answered, regarding is there enough nickel around to use ecats to replace oil. Would love it to be true through…

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Here’s a very interesting video created for the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s “Project Dog Bone”, an attempt to replicate the E-Cat reactor tested in Lugano earlier this year. This video is made by Bob Greenyer who recen…

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Many ECW readers will remember the experiment that we sponsored Alan Smith of Leap Forward Laboratory in London to carry out to investigate the effects of combining HHO gas with a catalyst to see whether there was any excess heat produced in such a rea…

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I have been noticing that Andrea Rossi has been talking about problems and challenges regarding his work on the 1 MW plant, which is slated to be the first commercial E-Cat plant for a non-secret customer. . The plan had been to launch it this year, bu…

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Oil Price Slide Continues

On 27 ottobre 2014 By

I personally find it hard to believe that recent news about fusion or LENR has anything to do with this, but the recent slide in oil prices continues, and to day the benchmark prices for crude oil have slipped below psychologically important levels. Re…

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I have heard some people express surprise about Andrea Rossi’s own expressed surprise regarding the strong isotopic shifts in the Lugano E-Cat test report. In this report, analysis of the ash after a 32 day run of the E-Cat reactor showed a very…

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An editorial titled “Fusion reactor: The countdown has begun” by Hari Pukkat on the Economic Times web site — an Indian publication — reviews the recent news about nuclear fusion, focusing on the recent Lockheed Martin announcem…

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The following paper was submitted by Carl-Oscar Gullström who is a doctoral student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Uppsala University, Sweden. He writes, “I have managed to prove how the e-cat can work theoretically. If there&#821…

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