Tag: cold fusion

Energy Secretary Chu “looking” at LANR/CF.

Dr. Steven Chu, Secretary of Energy is looking at Lattice-assisted Nuclear Reactions (LANR) Cold Fusion as a part of implementing President Obama’s ambitious agenda to invest in clean energy, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, address the global climate crisis, and create millions of new jobs. This weekend at (MIT) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, […]

On Rossi and His Contracts

It appears from many comments that there is a contingent of observers who feel that Andrea Rossi’s goals to design a self-destructing E-Cat that it is a futile effort to protect his industrial secret and that the preferred approach would be to release the technology and just accept the fact that the secret will be …

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A visit to the local power plant.

According to the Congressional Research Service (using NEI data), there were 62,683 metric tons (138,192,360 lbs) of commercial spent fuel accumulated in the United States as of the end of 2009. Of that total, 48,818 metric tons – or about 78 percent – were in pools. 13,856 metric tons – or about 22 percent – […]

Professor Loris Ferrari of the University of Bologna on Testing the E-Cat (“Energy of the Crazy”)

An article was published on the Italians site Social News written by Professor Loris Ferrari of the University of Bologna physics department in which he reviews the past research efforts into cold fusion, and anticipates to a new phase of its study and development. Ferrari, along with other Bologna professors Sergio Focardi, Ennio Bonetti, Enrico …

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Per cosa voteremo il 12 e 13 giugno? #2011

Il prossimo 12 e 13 giugno 2011 voteremo i seguenti quesiti: REFERENDUM 1 – Modalità di affidamento e gestione dei servizi pubblici locali di rilevanza economica. In pratica si chiede l’abolizione della privatizzazione dei servizi pubblici, tra cui quelli idrici, che resterebbero quindi in mano pubblica. REFERENDUM 2 – Determinazione della tariffa del servizio idrico […]

What of the grid

When Dr. Rossi’s e-cat technology is released, the power grid will go through a lot of twists and changes, but it may not die. I am sure that very early in the cycle, projects with heavy development bills will be abandoned, such as hydroelectric dams.  The things cost millions of dollars, and are expected to […]