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David Hambling, a science columnist for Wired.co.uk has written an article covering recent developments in the cold fusion field — most of which we have been covering here.  Hambling has interviewed Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memoria…

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The European Patent office has granted a patent for the Francesco Piantelli’s invention of process for producing energy from a nickel-hydrogen reaction. European Patent Office published the certificate on January 16th, 2013. All documents associa…

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Daniele Passerini’s 22passi.blogspot.com site has an announcement of the IIS Conference of Pirelli to be held in Rome on December 4. The event is sponsored partly by ISPRA, the Institute for Protection and Environmental Research, an agency within…

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Perhaps Still this Month

On 9 novembre 2012 By

Here’s a little bulletin from Daniele Passerini on 22passi.blogspot.com regarding the long-awaited hot cat validation report. (Thanks to ECW reader Renzo for the non-google translation from the original Italian!) Please have a little patience for…

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Art by Aldo Tambellini 1961 Europe has been a leader in the arts for centuries, creating 3D perspective and ushering in the Renaissance that gave us modern science. Europe is also a fertile region for cold fusion science, with almost every country represented by some agency-funded or independent research lab. And now, in 2012, European … Continue reading European Arts Community in Action for New Energy

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There’s not too much information about this yet, but a conference about the E-Cat is scheduled to be held in Pordenone, Italy on October 12. The only details I can find about this event come from an advertisement for the event was posted in a Fac…

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There’s not too much information about this yet, but a conference about the E-Cat is scheduled to be held in Pordenone, Italy on October 12. The only details I can find about this event come from an advertisement for the event was posted in a Fac…

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Francesco Celani of the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics has been presenting a Nickel-Hydrogen based LENR reactor at the National Instruments NIWeek in Austin Texas. New Energy Times today reported on Celani’s process which involves …

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Another interesting message has been posted on Daniele Passerini’s blog authored by a person going by the name of Vector who is providing some apparent ‘inside’ information about things going on connected with E-Cat technology in Ital…

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After the teasers Daniele Passerini’s blog is reporting that Prometeon s.r.l is the exclusive Licensee for Leonardo Corp. products in Italy and San Marino. A web address has been reserved, a site is in preparation, and will be available at http:/…

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Teasers from Italy

On 22 luglio 2012 By

I am not sure what any of this means, but Italian blogger Daniele Passerini of the 22passi.blogspot.com web site has posted some some cropped images on his web site today which are hard to decipher, along with this rather cryptic statement (cryptic, th…

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Thanks to Daniele Passerini of 22Passi.blogspot.com for making available the slide show which was used in a recent presentation by Stefano Concezzi, director of National Instruments’ Science and Big Physics Segment at a July 2 meeting in Rome. The pr…

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Encouraged

On 11 luglio 2012 By

I have very recently come across a bit of news from someone whom I consider trustworthy who has knowledge of developments surrounding the upcoming E-Cat test and report which gives an encouraging picture. If the plan that I have learned about is fulfil…

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I am most grateful to one of our Italian readers (‘Francesco’) for supplying this translation of an email sent from Engineer Ugo Abundo to Daniele Passerini which was published on the 22passi blog yesterday. This is much improved from the G…

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A new and very interesting report is coming again out of Italy. The Repubblica Roma web site is reporting about a project carried out by teachers and students at the Leopoldo Pirelli industrial high school in Rome in which students have built cold fusi…

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