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Andrea Rossi might have other financial backers for his e-cat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology that we might be unaware of. The existence of such a backer seems to be revealed by Rossi’s lawsuit against his former partners at Industrial Heat LLC. E-cat World’s Frank Acland pointed out that one of the key witnesses [...]

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Not much news is coming out of the world of cold fusion besides the announcement that Hydro Fusion would like to have a utility test Andrea Rossi’s ecat low energy nuclear reaction or (LENR) device in Sweden. Rossi’s publication of limited ecat tes…

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The long awaited and much anticipated scientific paper confirming some of the claims that Andrea Rossi has made about his ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device has been published through Cornell University Library’s webpage. The paper which …

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The Swedish TV show World of Science’s documentary about Andrea Rossi made some interesting revelations about the ecat inventor and his work and stirred up a lot of controversy. The program’s reporter Linus Brohult travelled to Italy to interview R…

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The open-sourced low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) effort called the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project is showing some success. These successes include: replication of Francesco Celani’s wire reactor by the Hunt Utilities Group in the United State…

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There’s an interesting and bothersome new threat to technological innovation out there that could hamper the development of new technologies such as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion. The threat is patent trolls, a patent troll is a c…

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Andrea Rossi has revealed important details about the third part report on his ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology. If these details are true and the report is what Rossi claims it is it could give him some much needed credibility. Some …

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Two of the largest corporations in Japan and the world Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toyota Motor Company are heavily involved in low energy nuclear reaction research (LENR). The New Energy Times reported that Yashurio Iwamura a Japanese physicist to…

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The third party evaluation of Andrea Rossi’s ecat low energy nuclear reaction technology (LENR) could be finished as early as this week. On November 30, Rossi stated on his blog that the validation will finish within two weeks. That works out to some…

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The big complaint leveled at many low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) researchers such as Andrea Rossi, Defakalion and Brillouin is that they don’t reveal much of their research. Instead these developers make claims that are hard or impossible to prov…

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Robert Godes the man behind Brillouin Energy’s low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) process is making some very bold and interesting claims about his technology. The most dramatic of the claims is that his device can turn 1.024 milliliters of water int…

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Andrea Rossi has confirmed that his team is working on three different one megawatt (megawatt of heat) ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) devices. He has also stated that third party testing of at least one of them is complete and that a report of…

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The possibility of vehicles powered by low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion devices raises some intriguing possibilities and some fascinating questions. Even if such devices cannot be used to directly power cars they could be used to great…

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Andrea Rossi and his team at the Leonardo Corp are working on a one ton gas-fired Ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device. In a post on his blog Rossi stated that the prototype for the hot ecat device will weigh around one ton (presumably one me…

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The Hunt Utilities Group (HUG) has apparently succeeded in building a functional copy of Francessco Celani’s low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device in Minnesota. The replication is part of the open source LENR effort known as the Martin Fleischman…

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