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Many people have been wondering about the level of NASA’s interest in LENR. Some are excited that they are looking into the subject, others are concerned that a government agency might be spending tax dollars on unproven science. Keith Cowing of …

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Yesterday, the NASA Langley Future Innovation Department uploaded a short video clip in which NASA said that it wants to test and confirm the Widom-Larsen ultra-low-momentum neutron theory of low-energy nuclear reactions. New Energy Times made some inquiries, and the … Continue reading

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NASA has released another video disclosing its ongoing LENR research. Entitled Abundant Clean/Green Energy, the latest video is much more understated than the one released on January 12.  I suppose with this video NASA is attempting to avoid the fires…

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Two interesting publications have just come out from NASA, one an article, and the other a video showing that NASA recognizes the promise of LENR and is getting involved in understanding what is going on in this field, and how to develop LENR technolog…

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The most recent issue of the American Chemical Society’s Chemical and Engineering News magazine includes an article entitled, “Reviving Cold Fusion.” written by Steven K. Ritter. The brief summary reads, “After 20-plus years of …

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Over the past  6 months or so, a couple of names have been bantered about as to who Andrea Rossi’s mystery customer is for his first e-Cat 1MW plants.  The first name put forth many months ago was Kleiner Perkins … Continue reading →

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An Australian believer in Andrea Rossi’s “Energy Catalyzer” has failed to obtained money to acquire the Australian rights to Rossi’s device. Solihin Millin, from Murwillumbah, Byron Bay, Australia, asked potential investors for money to acquire the Australian rights to Rossi’s … Continue reading

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New Energy Times Report #4: Rossi’s NASA Test Fails to Launch Feb. 10, 2012 By Steven B. Krivit Editor, New Energy Times [The full New Energy Times article is Copyright 2012 New Energy Times and may not be reproduced without … Continue reading

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NASA and LENR

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NASA has been involved in the cold fusion/LENR story since 1989.  The purpose of this page is to document NASA’s involvement, at least in part, over the years, starting in the year of Pons and Fleishmann and continuing to the … Continue re…

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Last week’s NASA video release featuring NASA senior scientist Dr. Joseph Zawodny explaining the benefits and possibilities of LENR has created quite a stir, with people from a wide-spectrum displaying a similarly wide range of responses.  There was…

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[Note for new readers: This blog is part of the New Energy Times Web site and News Service. Readers can find out much more about LENR from our home page.] Several years ago, NASA scientists identified one theory that appears … Continue reading

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I just received the following press release from the campaign of Randy Hemkan, who is seeking to be the Republican candidate in Michigan for the U.S Senate. Energy: America’s Next ‘Space Race’ Grand Rapids, Michigan – December 3…

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A friend of mine sent an e-mail regarding Andrea Rossi to the United States Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, in late October.  Of course Secretary Chu did not respond but a couple of his underlings did.  Some of the responses … Continue…

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On Sept. 22, NASA conducted a LENR Innovation Forum workshop at Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Speakers included NASA scientists Joseph Zawodny, Gustave Fralick, Michael Nelson, Jim Dunn and Dennis Bushnell and retired University of Illinois professor George Miley. … Continue reading

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University of Missouri vice-chancellor of research, Dr. Robert Duncan, has publicly come out in favor of a national fund for cold fusion/LENR research. In an article that appeared in the Missouri daily newspaper, the Columbia Daily Tribune, Dr. Duncan …

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