After a long absence due to illness, Peter Gluck has posted on his Ego Out website, and since he is addressing the LENR community at large I thought I would repost his message here. http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com/2018/03/home-again.html Home Again Dear Friends, I am temporarily able to think and I want to tell you the following: I am […]

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Here are some exchanges from the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday which perhaps can help us get an idea of Andrea Rossi’s current level of confidence regarding his goal of industrialization of the E-Cat. Anonymous March 29, 2018 at 5:05 AM Will you have also a module reactor of the Ecat QX with a power […]

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Thanks to Engineer48 for posting the following: The US NAVY SPAWAR has a nice LENR patent: from 2013: https://techlinkcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/US8419919B1.pdf Should be fairly easy for MFMP or others to replicate. US NAVY seeks to license their LENR tech and to engage in collaborative research [Title: “Particle generator Produces alpha and beta particles as well as protons, […]

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Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has published a new video and a new post on the MFMP’s Steemit blog a new post analyzing the LION 2 reactor which was sent to Bob in a rather destroyed state by its maker (who goes by the name of LION here on E-Cat World). Bob’s […]

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Many of us wonder how things are progressing in Andrea Rossi’s stated goal to start production of his E-Cat plants this year. As is typical, we get very few details of what is going on behind the scenes at Leonardo Corp., but once in a while Rossi gives a bit of a status update. Today […]

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Thanks to Max Nozin for posting a link to a Russian company called New Inflow which was founded in 2009, and since then have been carrying out both theoretical and experimental research in the LENR field. The company’s website is published in Russian and English here: http://newinflow.ru/eng.htm The website states: Company’s currently held experiments are […]

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Another Indian newspaper article looks at the state of LENR/Cold Fusion research and predicts that it won’t be too long until the technology is developed to a point where it will be able to provide power for domestic purposes at very low cost. The article was published today (Mar 26, 2018) in The Pioneer and […]

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The following post has been submitted by Max Nozin A group of articles have been posted on this Russian website: http://lenr.seplm.ru/articles/al-shishkin-i-dr-issledovanie-kharakteristik-neitrinno-klasternogo-izlucheniya The last 2 articles deserve special attention (They are in Russian but Google translate should work fine). Since one of the authors specializes in radiation detection it is very exciting to see the track […]

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Mats Lewan has published a post on his New Energy World Symposium website, announcing the postponement of the symposium that had been scheduled for June in Stockholm, Sweden. https://new-symposium.org/2018/03/16/the-new-energy-world-symposium-will-be-postponed/ Here is an excerpt: After some time of discussions and considerations, I have today decided that the New Energy World Symposium, scheduled to have taken place […]

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Andrea Rossi has reported that he and his team is currently testing out a much larger version of the E-Cat QX, which he has named the E-Cat SK (after Sven Kullander). Rossi was asked on the Journal of Nuclear Physics what temperature he was reaching with the E-Cat SK, and he responded: “1 eV (circa), […]

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Thanks to Mats Lewan for posting a link to an interesting article from The Hindu newspaper, published in India, that looks at developments in the field of LENR/Cold Fusion in India. The title of the article is “India Warms to Cold Fusion”, the link is here: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/india-warms-to-cold-fusion/article23282443.ece The article explains that there are at least […]

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Thanks to Axil for posting the following in this thread earlier today. The SAFIRE project (Stellar Atmospheric Function In Regulation Experiment) is exploring the “electric sun” hypothesis. The SAFIRE project got kicked in the teeth with LENR. These professional scientists really don’t know what is going on. Just like in the SunCell, tungsten vaporizes in […]

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The following post was first posted on this thread by Gerold.s; I post it here as it might be useful to give it more visibility. [Response to a post by Axil]Thanks for your input. It seems to be clear that the fuel (we will probably start with the LION diadisks approach) setup will define to […]

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A few more details have been posted in recent days by Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. I asked him where he was focusing his efforts these days and he replied: We have now three teams I am working with: 1- industrialization in the USA 2- industrialization in Sweden 3- theory elaboration 4- […]

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March, 2018 — The Cold Fusion Now! podcast presents William Collis, the Chief Executive of the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, the association that serves cold fusion/LENR scientific researchers globally. William has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford and is an expert in atomic weights. After a career in embedded …

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