Posts by: E-Cat World

The following guest post was submitted by Steve H. Having recently read Mats Lewan’ second edition of “An Impossible Invention”, and a regular visitor to this excellent web-page – I have considered a hypothesis that you may want…

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The following comment was originally posted on this thread by Albert D. Kallal (the post has had minor edits for clarity) @Omega wrote: “The Beacon 10 [Stirling engine invented by Dean Kamen in partnership with NRG] is supposed to provide an abso…

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I thought this was an interesting  — albeit short — comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics by Andrea Rossi. Joseph Fine asked a question about  a concept he had of how the E-Cat reaction might be generated if a heavier nucleus might …

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This comment by Robert E. Godes, Chief Technical Officer at Brillouin Energy was just made on this thread (regarding Godes’ thoughts on the Lugano E-Cat report) in response to a comment by LCD who noted that in appendix 3 of the report, copper…

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Operating this web site is a very interesting and enjoyable activity, and one of the main reasons I have found it to be so is that the community of people who are paying attention to LENR is a very diverse and interesting one. One thing that I have lea…

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On the LENR Cities web site is an announcement of an upcoming event in Italy. Following their Oxford University (UK) conference in January will be a meeting in Italy for “Industrialists” Here’s the information from the LENR-Cities web…

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Here’s an opportunity for the ECW crowd to maybe help Andrea Rossi out a little bit. I have been thinking about the natural gas powered E-Cat which Rossi has said they are pursuing because of its cost efficiency (natural gas being much cheaper th…

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Good day disruptive technology enthusiasts. I’ve waited 6 years for this day. Zenn Motor / EEStor released testing results and cap industry expert commentary today on their new, valuable capacitor technology. The reports are available for viewing…

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The following post was submitted by E-Cat World reader Mike Today’s article in the National Law Review reports on the US patent office’s (USPTO) secret SAWS program that focuses specifically on cold fusion and perpetual motion machines.  …

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Thanks to Andreas Moraitis for finding a link to an English language interview that Maurizio Melis of Italian Radio24 Smart City hosts conducted with professor Bo Höistad of the University of Upssala (Sweden) You can hear the audio here: http://freeen…

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I have no idea if this has any relationship to LENR, but I find it interesting that there is now convincing evidence that thunderstorms commonly produce stong bursts of gamma rays — a phenomenon once thought to only occur in deep space. Researche…

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It’s almost impossible not to notice the currently ongoing precipitous drop in oil prices. Headlines daily are talk about the effect of oil’s drop on consumer spending, the stock market, Russia, North American oil production, OPEC countries…

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Thanks to AlainCo for the following link on the Always On Thread: http://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/news/index.php/News/43-The-Office-of-the-Prime-Minister-of-the-Republic-of-Italy-has-awarded-its-High-P/ Alain reports that he received this statement in …

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One of the most important aspects of the E-Cat is that it requires such a small amount of ‘fuel’ to operate. The report of the Lugano test stated that only one gram of fuel (the weight of a small paper clip) was required for a run period o…

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The following post by JD Sweeney is reprinted here with permission. It was originally published on his Londont website here Readers following LENR posts on EcatWorld and on Londont know that Industrial Heat and Brillouin target their initial reactors a…

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