Sergio Focardi and Andrea Rossi LENR (Cold Fusion) Press ConferenceHere is a very nice report and transcript of the online press conference question and answer session. The team of physicists respond to many interesting questions posed about their ener…
Energy Catalyzer – First Press Release – “I made cold fusion” A team of physicists at the University Of Bologna in Italy led by Professor Sergio Focardi, have announced that they have been able to demonstrate a type of cold fusion process. A live…
Energy Catalyzer first test videos – January 14th 2011 – Bologna-Italy
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Today, Saturday january 15th, at 10:00 AM Sergio Focardi and Andrea Rossi will be on-line for the press conference with Journal’s readers.
The press conference will start at 10 a.m. Italian […]
Prof. Ch. E. Stremmenos
Leaving aside for the moment any rigorous theoretical approach based on quantitative analyses, I would like to focus, qualitatively only, on the subject of shielding of dispersed protons in the electronic cloud within the crystal structure. The Focardi-Rossi approach considers this shielding a basic requirement for surpassing the […]
Why is LENR research so important? Because the world energy outlook portends decreased oil supplies in the near future. In fact, the International Energy Agency has finally publicly accepted the Peak scenario for conventional oil, and now claims it already happened in 2006. What this means is that the easy oil has been found, and … Continue reading On the downslope of peak oil, cold fusion remains hope for the future →
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Scientists have been researching low-energy nuclear reactions for the past 22 years, and what is now known as a powerful new energy source created in the nano-scale space between the atoms of a metal. Using less than a gram of palladium, and a type of hydrogen found in sea-water called deuterium, hundreds of megajoules of … Continue reading Status of Cold Fusion 2010 →