Posts by: New Energy Times

Source: The New York Times Martin Fleischmann made the greatest discovery since fire: replicating the furnace of the sun at room temperature in a jar of water, essentially solving the world’s energy needs forever. That is how Dr. Fleischmann might … Continue reading

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The 17th International Conference on “Cold Fusion” takes place next week in Seoul, Korea. A few dozen researchers — mostly the people who have been active in the field for the last 23 years — will give presentations. The conference … Continue reading

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National Instruments, a major U.S. company that produces tools for engineers and scientists, sponsored a demonstration of a nickel-hydrogen gas low-energy nuclear reaction reactor on Monday at its annual NI Week trade show at the Austin Convention Center in Texas. … Continue reading

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In response to the death of Martin Fleischmann three days ago, I have had a lot of requests for background information on him. I have just uploaded a copy of the original University Of Utah press release. The last two … Continue reading

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Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer with B. Stanley Pons of a phenomenon they initially attributed to nuclear fusion, is dead at 85. Fleischmann died Aug. 3 at his home in Tisbury, U.K., in the presence of his family. He suffered from numerous … Continue reading

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New Energy Times has obtained a May 2012 document that reveals that Boeing Research and Technology, in association with NASA, is looking at low-energy nuclear reactions for future green-powered aircraft. The interest in LENRs by Boeing is an indicator of … Continue reading

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Steven E. Jones, professor emeritus of physics at Brigham Young University, has written critically about NASA’s handling of the Widom-Larsen theory. On July 16, Jones criticized NASA’s recent LENR videos, which were published on a NASA Web site. He wrote … Continue reading

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The following e-mail correspondance took place July 8-9 between me and a science journalist who interviewed me for a story about low-energy nuclear reactions. Our discussion may be helpful to New Energy Times readers. JOURNALIST: Steve, I have asked you … Continue reading

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Yesterday, the NASA Langley Future Innovation Department uploaded a short video clip in which NASA said that it wants to test and confirm the Widom-Larsen ultra-low-momentum neutron theory of low-energy nuclear reactions. New Energy Times made some inquiries, and the … Continue reading

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Summary Excerpts from Lewis Larsen’s Text: – Outlines a hypothetical Widom-Larsen Theory LENR neutron-catalyzed transmutation network that produces stable gold and platinum end-products from tungsten ‘seed’ scrap metal – Presents published third-party data which strongly suggests that W–> Au precious … Continue reading

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Following my post "LENR Science Versus Technology" on Tuesday, New Energy Times reader Ron Marshall asked an important follow-up question. "I am puzzled about why you didn’t mention the Widom-Larsen theory," Marshall wrote. "If the theory is correct, then there … Continue reading

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People have recently asked me questions similar to this one: “What is your current overall opinion of the reality of low-energy nuclear reactions and their prospects for commercially useful applications?” My opinion of the reality of LENR has not wavered … Continue reading

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Mats Lewan, the technology journalist with Ny Teknik who was by far the biggest promoter of Andrea Rossi and his Energy Catalyzer, knew that the water Rossi fed into the E-Cat didn’t produce the extraordinary amount of steam it should … Continue reading

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Dear Editor, I run Macrotrends, a financial newsletter that’s doing quite well here in Belgium and the Netherlands, and I am always curious about the next big thing. I discovered the story about Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalzyer about a year … Continue reading

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By Mitch Randall Introduction On April 28, 2011, Andrea Rossi demonstrated the device he calls the “Energy Catalyzer” to Mats Lewan of Ny Teknik in his video “Ny Teknik Tested the Energy Catalyzer.” On June 30, 2011, New Energy Times … Continue reading

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