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The following post has been submitted by ECW reader ‘Director’ An Open Secret – The Scalable, Ubiquitous EVO at the Core of SAFIRE, the E-Cat SKL, the Suncell, Brown’s Gas, and Virtually Every Exotic Energy Technology. By Director God, the creator of the universe, established the laws of the universe that govern not only the […]

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Thanks to Curbina for the following comment: Jed Rothwell shared this news item at LENR-forum. “ Final FY20 Appropriations: National Science Foundation Low-energy nuclear reactions. The House report encourages NSF to “evaluate the various theories, experiments, and scientific literature surrounding the field of LENR,” which is most associated with the pursuit of cold fusion. It […]

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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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Modifications to the cold fusion energy reactor designed by Tadahiko Mizuno have dramatically increased excess heat production. Thermal power output of the cell is now able to exceed the air-flow calorimeter’s heat removal capacity of 1 kilowatt….

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In 1989, Dr. Glenn Seaborg was asked to brief President George H. W. Bush on the “cold fusion” phenomenon. On April 14 of that year he did so. Eugene F. Mallove wrote in Intimations of Disaster: Glenn Seaborg, the Scientific Process, and th…

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On April 12, 1989, American Chemical Society (ACS) President Clayton Callis hosted a special Presidents Event “Nuclear Fusion in a Test Tube” at the 197th Annual Meeting of the ACS in Dallas, Texas. Valerie Kuck of AT&T Bell Laboratorie…

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This is a re-post of a google-translate of the article first published on Regnum.ru here. Any use of materials is allowed only if there is a hyperlink to REGNUM news agency. The original article has been re-formatted slightly. On the conference of the …

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On the 30th Anniversary of the Discovery of the Cold Fusion Phenomenon by Hideo Kozima [.pdf] was first published in the Cold Fusion Research Laboratory CFRL News No. 107 (2019. 3. 1) March 23 is the birthday of the cold fusion phenomenon (CFP). On thi…

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This is a re-post of Icebergs in the Room? Cold Fusion at Thirty by Huw Price and first published here. From aviation to zoo-keeping, there’s a simple rule for safety in potentially hazardous pursuits. Always keep an eye on the ways that things could…

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CMNS investigators and the science community will be celebrating the 30th-anniversary of the announcement of cold fusion at the LANR/CF Colloquium at MIT on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA on Saturday, March 23 …

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Nuclear chemist and former Los Alamos National Laboratory rocket scientist Dr. Edmund Storms has been researching cold fusion/LENR since 1989 and talks with Ruby Carat on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast about this new area of science founded by Drs. Marti…

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Thanks to Bob G. for the tip about this article from the IEEE Spectrum site. The title is: “Scientists in the U.S. and Japan Get Serious About Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions: It’s absolutely, definitely, seriously not cold fusion” https://spectrum.ieee.org/energy/nuclear/scientists-in-the-us-and-japan-get-serious-about-lowenergy-nuclear-reactions The author, Michael Koziol, points to two events that he finds significant: This paper from Japanese researchers […]

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Thanks to Gato for providing a link to a video of Montgomery Childs of the SAFIRE project talking to a group at the Electric Universe International Conference held in Somerset, UK in July of 2018. Below are some notes and quotes I have taken from the presentation which is about 35 minutes long. https://www.youtube.com/embed/tHyZhWoz9Lk He […]

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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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