Tag: cold fusion

Introduction to quantum ring theory

by Wladimir Guglinski Mechanical Engineer graduated in the Escola de Engenharia da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais- UFMG, (Brazil), 1973 author of the book Quantum Ring Theory-Foundations for Cold Fusion, published in 2006 1. The principal aim of Quantum Ring Theory The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) started to work in March 2010.  Most of the […]

Nuclear future beyond Japan | By Frank Perley – The Washington Times

ust as Japan’s earthquake raises fears of catastrophe from a nuclear meltdown and Mideast turmoil jeopardizes the world’s supply of conventional energy, along comes word of a possible scientific breakthrough that holds out the hope of cheap, abundant power. Cold fusion – discredited and vilified in the past – is back in the news. The potential benefits are great enough that, despite past failures, the technology deserves a fair hearing from the scientific community this time.

Italian Engineer announces commercial ‘Cold Fusion’ reactor

Sepp Hasslberger: Italian Engineer announces commercial ‘Cold Fusion’ reactor

Italian Engineer announces commercial ‘Cold Fusion’ reactor

Italian engineer Andrea Rossi and Professor Sergio Focardi of the University of Bologna announced in January 2011 that they have mastered an energy catalyzing technology that produces heat from a reaction between hydrogen, nickel and some other – so far secret – ingredients. Their press conference on 14 January 2011 was preceded by an invitation-only demonstration of the reactor attended by press and scientists.

12 kW cold fusion reactor demonstrated

Download the report from Prof. Giuseppe Levi, Dr. David Bianchini and Prof. Mauro Villa (Bologna University) about the experiment. The blow-by-blow by Daniele Passorini. This past weekend, a cold fusion reactor was demonstrated in Italy by scientists Sergio Focardi and Andrea A. Rossi. In this demonstration, about 18 liters of water went into the device, … Continue reading 12 kW cold fusion reactor demonstrated

Hydrogen/Nickel cold fusion probable mechanism

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Prof. Ch. E. Stremmenos

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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 […]

On the downslope of peak oil, cold fusion remains hope for the future

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

Colin Campbell: “After oil, we’ll be happier.”

Colin Campbell, geologist, author, and founder of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas ASPO [visit] spoke with Jim Puplava on the Financial Sense Newshour Saturday, November 6 saying “The bulk of our oil came from just two epochs in our Earth’s long history, just 90 million and 150 million years ago, … Continue reading Colin Campbell: “After oil, we’ll be happier.”