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New Video: “O-Day – Bagel discussion”

This is a new video published on the YouTube Channel of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project which shows an online discussion between various builders focused on building ‘bagels’ / toroids based on the O-Day topics that Bob Greenyer and others have been discussing. In the online chat there are a number of familiar names of […]

Video: “The Light of Life” (Michael Clarage)

Thanks to John Oman for posting a link to this new video titled “The Light of Life” made by Michael Clarage, lead scientist of the SAFIRE Project. He discusses research that shows that living cells emit light, and that this light can change the behavior of other cells. Some examples include the fact that seeds […]

“O-Day – Game 0-ver” (MFMP Video)

Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has posted a new video on YouTube titled: “O-Day – Game 0-ver”. Bob has been building towards this over the past few years. Bob has posted this in the video description and on the Remote View Substack page: They got 3 years to reveal ‘O’, a further […]

Rossi – “We Have a Plan B”

Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today which gives an indication of a possible change in the works for the launch of the Ecat SKLep. Yuri May 13, 2022 at 7:05 AM Dr Rossi, Your answers to Andreas and Enzo Amato are honest and convincing. I would underline also the fact […]

Rossi – “We Have a Plan B”

Here is a Q&A from the Journal of Nuclear Physics today which gives an indication of a possible change in the works for the launch of the Ecat SKLep. Yuri May 13, 2022 at 7:05 AM Dr Rossi, Your answers to Andreas and Enzo Amato are honest and convincing. I would underline also the fact […]

Reads of Rossi’s Researchgate Paper passes 100,000

Yesterday some readers on the Journal of Nuclear Physics posted that the number of readings for Andrea Rossi’s paper E-Cat  SK and long-range particle interactions has passed the 100,000 mark.  It doesn’t look like the statistics for reading of papers is available to the general public, because it seems that to see the actual stats […]

Reads of Rossi’s Researchgate Paper passes 100,000

Yesterday some readers on the Journal of Nuclear Physics posted that the number of readings for Andrea Rossi’s paper E-Cat  SK and long-range particle interactions has passed the 100,000 mark.  It doesn’t look like the statistics for reading of papers is available to the general public, because it seems that to see the actual stats […]

Reads of Rossi’s Researchgate Paper passes 100,000

Yesterday some readers on the Journal of Nuclear Physics posted that the number of readings for Andrea Rossi’s paper E-Cat  SK and long-range particle interactions has passed the 100,000 mark.  It doesn’t look like the statistics for reading of papers is available to the general public, because it seems that to see the actual stats […]

Has ‘O-Day’ Arrived? (Bob Greenyer Video)

Here’s a new video from Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project titled ‘OHMA – Plain and Pd coated steel vibrator plate SEM-EDS data review’. Here is a graphic that he created for the video: Bob explains how he ‘hijacked’ his own video: “I was meant to be presenting something else then I got […]

Freeze-Thaw Molten Source Battery for Energy Storage

Here’s an article from the Physics World website about a new approach to energy storage which is one of the biggest challenge facing the effort to move the electric grid to be powered by mostly renewable sources of electricity: https://physicsworld.com/a/freeze-thaw-battery-could-help-store-solar-and-wind-energy/ A battery that “freezes” its stored chemical energy for several months has been developed by […]

Press Release: “HyPoint Dramatically Extends Zero-Emission Hydrogen Flight Range With New Ultralight Liquid Hydrogen Fuel Tanks”

The following is a press release from California hydrogen-based aviation company HyPoint. HyPoint Dramatically Extends Zero-Emission Hydrogen Flight Range With New Ultralight Liquid Hydrogen Fuel Tanks | Newswire HyPoint Dramatically Extends Zero-Emission Hydrogen Flight Range With New Ultralight Liquid Hydrogen Fuel Tanks NASA Award-Winning Hydrogen Fuel Cell Pioneer Has Partnered With Hydrogen Tank Maker Gloyer-Taylor […]

MIT Team Reports 40% Efficiency From Thermophotovoltaic Cells

This link was posted by a reader on the Journal of Nuclear Physics today. A team from MIT has reported achieving thermovoltaic (heat to electricity) conversion of 40 per cent using graphite cells. The article is published in Nature and is available here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04473-y The conversion was achieved at temperatures in the 1900-2400 Celsius range […]