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Mats Lewan is a science and technology journalist and author of An Impossible Invention, the true story of an Energy Source that could Change the World, a book detailing the early demonstrations of Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer. He joins Ruby on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast where he discusses his assessment of the LENR technology …

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The following post has been submitted by Reginald B. Little. In reference to the topic of Axil’s post about chiral particles (particles with two possible rotations, clockwise or counterclockwise), the idea has already been archived by me as reversible (for all transport and transformations chemically) and irreversible ( for unconventional nuclear reactions) fussing and fusing […]

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Abd ul-Rahman Lomax created the blog coldfusioncommunity.net and spent the bulk of 2017 using it to document the Andrea Rossi-Industrial Heat lawsuits. In episode 09 of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast, he talks with Ruby about the dream partnership that ended with suspicion and the drama of a Miami, Florida trial court. Abd ul-Rahman Lomax …

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David J. French, a lawyer specializing in Patents and Intellectual Property is the guest on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast. A graduate of McMaster University in Engineering Physics and of the University of Toronto Law School, David French spent 35 years at private law firms and also working with the Canadian government on law reform …

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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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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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Alan Smith is Director of lookingforheat.com, an online shop dedicated to supplying open science and LENR research with laboratory needs. Alan has spent a career in various fields related to materials research and engineering, with a focus on polymers, and is the author of books on craft subjects. He is also a moderator on LENR-forum. …

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University of Marseille Professor of Physics Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science and author of Fusion in All Its Forms: Cold Fusion, ITER, Alchemy, Biological Transmutations with Foreword by Stanley Pons. He began researching cold fusion in 1993 until he retired to work in his own private …

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The following post has been submitted by “the Director” (Please check out my blog for a more in-depth and complete version of this article at my blog the Electron Clusters Project: Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat Effect: A Process Using Carbon, Low Work Function Dopants, and Atomic Hydrogen for “Negative Electron Affinity” Diamond Synthesis.) I don’t believe […]

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The following post has been submitted by Greg Goble. This article has also been posted here. The government of the United States of America has filed many ‘cold fusion’ LENR patents. These LENR patents take time to develop, often a number of years, before being filed with a patent office; each being a tedious project […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for finding this. Well-known American economist Paul Krugman posted this tweet on Twitter yesterday: So the blockchain in interesting, but not yet clear whether it's useful for anything. And investing in Bitcoin still looks a lot less reasonable than investing in cold fusion 12/ — Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 21, 2018 […]

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Nuclear physicist and LENR theoretician Dr. Andrew Meulenberg talks about deep-orbit electrons as an explanation for LENR, and how this model addresses the vast variety of data in LENR experiments. After retiring from Draper Laboratories, Dr. Meulenberg was visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Science, where he again met up with former colleague Dr. …

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The following post is reposted from the Electron Clusters Project website here, written by “The Director” There are many names that have been used over the last century to describe the organized torodial structures of electrons that Kenneth R. Shoulders referred to as EVOs (Exotic Vacuum Objects). Regardless if these self organizing clusters are referred […]

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The second in our series surveying the cold fusion landscape features Dr. Michael McKubre, former Director of Energy Research at SRI International, previously Stanford Research Institute, where there continues an-almost-thirty-years program of experimental research in LENR/cold fusion. Dr. McKubre semi-retired to New Zealand in March 2016, and is currently consulting informally with several international research …

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