Posts by: E-Cat World

Here’s another Russian puzzle connected with the E-Cat. A guest kindly posted this video on the Always Open thread which has the translated title of “Oil is not expensive EVER! (E-Cat Rossi)”. Once again I feel at a decided disadvanta…

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Two presentations by Alexander Parkhomov have been announced for this week in Moscow. The first is scheduled to be today (Tuesday, January 27th, 2014 at 14:00 local time ) at a seminar titled ““The study of low-energy nuclear reactions – a ne…

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Today I received the following message and image from Andrea Rossi: “Dear Frank: I send you the photo of the plate we applied to the 1 MW plant to day,: one year ago prof. Sven Kullander passed away. I would be glad if you publish it in your impo…

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There have been some interesting posts on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Facebook page today describing their initial meeting as part of Project Fedora — working with Francesco Piantelli. They have started out in Milan where they…

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Thanks very much to Barry Simon for this report from the recently held 2015 Cold Fusion 101 short course held at MIT . CF 101 was again inspiring. Peter Hagelstein is a CF theorist and Mitchell Swartz brings in his experimental data with the NANOR and …

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Following yesterday’s release of the special section on LENR in the Indian science journal Current Science is an article by M. Ramesh in the Hindu, India’s second largest English language newspaper titled “Do not forget the ‘other

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Reference: http://phys.org/news/2015-01-analysis-self-propel-subatomic-particles.html New analysis shows a way to self-propel subatomic particles Welcome to the new physics… We can manipulate the waveform of a stationary subatomic particle by usi…

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Bill Gates has written an annual letter about what he hopes to accomplish with his work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He talks about a ‘big bet’ that he is making, that the lives of the poorest people on earth will improve dr…

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The following paper has been submitted by Fedir Mykhaylov, an energy systems engineer from Lviv, Ukraine. We published a first edition of the paper here on November 23, 2014, and now Fedir has updated it. He writes, “The previous article had som…

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Thanks to Sanjeev for sharing the following on the Always Open thread. Current Science: a Fortnightly Journal of Research, is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary science journal published twice monthly by twice monthly by the Current Science Association,…

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The following post by Omega Z was first posted on this thread (lightly edited for spelling and punctuation) OK, Many times I make posts that attempt to tamp down expectations. Like Heating all the roads & highways: theoretically possible, though r…

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Here’s an interesting announcement that comes via Peter Gluck’s Ego Out blog regarding another attempt to replicate Alexander Parkhomov’s experiment which is an attempt to make an analogue of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat. See number 5 a…

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Thanks to Gordon Docherty for forwarding to me an interesting piece of correspondence sent to him via his member of Parliament (UK) from the Secretary of Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey in response to an inquiry Gordon had made regarding the Britis…

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Thanks to Gordon Docherty for forwarding to me an interesting piece of correspondence sent to him via his member of Parliament (UK) from the Secretary of Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey in response to an inquiry Gordon had made regarding the Britis…

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Someone raised the issue today on this site about whether the pre-orders for domestic E-Cats that people had sent years ago to Andrea Rossi when he first brought up the topic were still valid. So I put the question to Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Ph…

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