We’re now into January, and on the topic of the E-Cat, I think the question on most people’s mind is what’s going on with the testing of the E-Cat SKL that Andrea Rossi said would take place this month, and when the projected Stockholm conference will take place. Steven Karels asked about this on the […]

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Thanks to Curbina for mentioning in a different thread this paper, published on ResearchGate in November 2019, which I had not seen before. Title: “The astonishing 63Ni radioactivity reduction in radioactive wastes by means of ultrasounds application” Authors: Alberto Rosada, F. Cardone, Pasquale Avino. Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336249156_The_astonishing_63Ni_radioactivity_reduction_in_radioactive_wastes_by_means_of_ultrasounds_application Abstract: Nowadays, the radioactive wastes production is certainly one […]

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How to Power the 2020s?

On 1 gennaio 2020 By

As we step into the 2020s there is a lot of discussion in the media about the decade that has just passed, and what we might be looking forward to in this new decade in terms of technological development. There are some general themes that keep cropping up as people make forecasts about which technologies […]

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It is unusual these days for Andrea Rossi to engage in discussion about his theoretical understanding of what is going on inside the E-Cat. Normally when questioned about theory on the Journal of Nuclear Physics he will cite his most recent paper and tell people to refer to it for answers. But there has been […]

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The following post has been submitted by ECW reader aljobo  Details about the E-cat SKL have emerged that allow us to build a better picture. With some added assumptions it would be interesting to look at all applications for the device and the likely final market size. Before the official unveiling of the SKL this […]

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Jed Rothwell and Tadihiko Mizuno have updated their paper “Supplemental Information on Increased Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel” to include new data and a schematic. https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MizunoTsupplement.pdf The paper includes calibration and excess heat production data from experiments done with Mizuno’s own reactor at Hokkaido University of Science in Sapporo, Japan. They did test […]

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Bob Greenyer did a livestream video yesterday and here is the recording of it. Sorry I missed the live broadcasting of it. Here is his description from YouTube ERRATA: Around 30 mins Bob says “Saltpeter” when he meant “Potash”, at the end of the video he correctly calls K2CO3 – potash. NOTE: The best kind […]

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I found this comment on the Journal of Nuclear Physics interesting: Artur Klepacz December 26, 2019 at 7:39 PM Mr. Rossi, would it be possible to use electricity-producing E-Cat as mobile charger for currently available on the market electric cars? Would it be easy to create sufficiently powerful E-Cat generator that could fit into Tesla/Nissan […]

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Thanks to Jas for pointing out a video published last month by Electric Universe UK in which Edwin Kaal, gives as a talk titled ‘The Structured Atom Model and Transmutations’. Of particular interest to me is a section of the talk in which he discusses LENR in a slide titled ‘ Issues in LENR preventing […]

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Christmas Greetings to All!

On 25 dicembre 2019 By

I just would like to wish all my E-Cat World friends a very Happy Christmas and a great 2020. It’s been almost 9 years since this website started and it has been my daily pleasure to maintain the site and keep up with the comments and messages from readers. I really do appreciate the warm […]

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Thanks to Lion for sharing a link to an interview with Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist at the NASA Langley Research Center, who is discussing the challenges involved with human exploration of Mars. The article is titled “NASA LRC Chief Scientist on AI, Mars Colonization & Spaceflight”, the interviewer is Tim Ventura and is published on […]

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The following has been submitted by an ECW reader. “The revolutionary PrimerField Ion Thruster and Energy Generator core technology. This technology is patent-pending, but is being shared with the world to ensure that it can never be suppressed. See more information at www.primercube.org” PrimerField Ion Thruster Information Our licensing approach to this new technology. “Although […]

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Thanks to Jed Rothwell for posting this link on the vortex-l mailing list: This is a paper which has been accepted for publication on December 10th by Physical Review C, a journal covering nuclear physics published by the American Physical Society. The title is: “Nuclear fusion reactions in deuterated metals” Authors are: Vladimir Pines, Marianna […]

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Thanks to PieEconomics for posting a link to a blog post from IBM announcing the development of a new battery chemistry that is free of heavy metals. They don’t say chemicals are used the battery, only that it uses “proprietary materials that are able to be extracted from seawater”. People following the cold fusion story […]

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Trying to get a better idea about the extent of the manpower behind the current E-Cat project I asked some questions today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Frank Acland December 19, 2019 at 9:29 AM Dear Andrea, About your team: 1. Is the team that is working with you on the various aspects of […]

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