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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for the following post which provides an interesting historical perspective about LENR E. H. Lewis in August 2006 notes that Benjamin Franklin may have been one of the earliest ‘Cold Fusion’ researchers all the way back in the 1700s. “Microscopic Ball Lightning” by E. H. Lewis Proceedings Ninth International Symposium on Ball […]

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An E-Cat World Reader has submitted the following post. Strange Radiation’ Tracks from LENR Reactors from the 25th Russian Conference The 25th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation of Chemical Elements and Ball Lightning has proven to be a historic milestone in the documentation and universal acceptance of a seemingly ubiquitous phenomenon referred to over […]

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Thanks to JB for providing a link to a report from the UK Proactive Investors website which is reporting a steep rise in valuation for Industrial Heat LLC, which is one company in the Woodford Patient Capital fund, an investment fund operated by UK-based Woodford Investment Management company. According to the article, the valuation for […]

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Russ George has updated his Atom-Ecology website with a new post (http://atom-ecology.russgeorge.net/2018/08/14/goldilocks-fusion/) which gives a little more information about the testing that he is carrying out with his reactors, and has come up with the phrase “Goldilocks He writes: ” Cold fusion fuel must be not only well heat sunk the reacting hot materials have […]

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Cold Fusion Now! attended the 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-21 held June 3-8 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, US and captured video and snapshots of the event. Pages summarizing the presentations are currently under construction, but take a peek at Monday and Tuesday’s summaries enhanced with audio files …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from John Coelho Cold Fusion Researcher David Daggett Runs for House in SE Washington State’s 35th District DAVID DAGGETT, an activist in efforts to protect the environment, understands well the ecological crisis our planet is facing and the need for exotic clean energy to counter it. Daggett is running for office to …

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Scientific Breakthrough: Cold Fusion at room temperature became controllable 26 May 2018 Thanks to a Russian reader for sending information about an article published via the Regnum news agency titled “Scientific Breakthrough: Cold Nuclear Synthesis Became Managed” Подробности: https://regnum.ru/news/innovatio/2421626.html Любое использование материалов допускается только при наличии гиперссылки на ИА REGNUM. (Automatic translation) A long-awaited scientific […]

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Cold Fusion Now! is attending the 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-21 here in Fort Collins, Colorado US. Steve Katinsky and David J. Nagel of LENRIA organized the entire event, working overtime to make this happen. Colorado State University is beautiful and the attendees are happy with the venue. Yours truly arrived …

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The following post has been submitted by Greg Goble Is Nanofusion another name for LENR? It seems nanoparticles as fuel is integral to Leonardo Corp. LENR energy technology. It is still up-in-the-air as to whether or not fusion takes place in the low energy nuclear reactive environment, yet consider the term nanofusion. If occasionally the […]

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Thanks to Veblin for providing a link to a new article from the German Spektrum.de website titled “Cold Fusion: Hunter of the lost treasure.” The original German article is here: https://www.spektrum.de/news/jaeger-des-verlorenen-schatzes/1564692 A Google English translation is here: The author, Janosch Deeg, reviews the current field of cold fusion, and contrasts it with “Hot” fusion. He […]

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The following post has been submitted by Zephir Zephir Those who follow experiments of Brilliant Light Power (BLP) of Dr. Randell L. Mills undoubtedly realized, that – despite the hydrino theory used for their explanation – these experiments are conceptually similar to another overunity technologies based on the plasma formation during gas discharges (Papp’s plasma engine, Langmuir’s overunity from atomar hydrogen, Chernetsky plasma generato r or […]

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Russ George submitted the following post. Rossi, it seems to me, has long been not revealing all. The reports of gamma radiation from his e-cats are to be found though Rossi has been coy about such emissions. His apparent use of lead shielding on his e-cats reveals there is a real trail to follow. Some […]

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Dr. Vladimir I. Vysotskii is a Nuclear Physicist and Head of Theoretical Radiophysics Department at Kiev National Shevchenko University, Ukraine. He received a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Kiev Institute of Theoretical physics, and a second Doctorate in Theoretical and Solid State Physics. His areas of research and applications is wide, from lasers to bio-physics. …

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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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