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Upcoming Events for May and 2016

Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference in Bastrop, Texas, US brings science, art, politics and grassroots activism together for radical environmental change starting May 28. Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference 2016 Advanced Tickets Event to be LIVESTREAMED. May 28-29, 2016 Bastrop/Austin, Texas US   A LENR meeting is newly proposed to educate mainstream scientists on developments … Continue reading Upcoming Events for May and 2016

Industry and academic partnerships report from JCF-14 meeting

The Japanese Cold Fusion Research Society (JCF) held their fourteenth meeting on December 7-8, 2013 at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Tokyo, Japan where teams from academia and industry reported on their research. Japanese business was an early supporter of cold fusion, also called Condensed-matter Fusion (CF), with giants like Toyota Corporation funding research … Continue reading Industry and academic partnerships report from JCF-14 meeting

Deformation of electron outer shells important for Hyperion too, says Tsyganov

Physicist and cold fusion researcher Edward Tsyganov presented his research on low-energy collisions of atoms within a crystal at the Channeling 2012 Conference organized by the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN). A description of this work was summarized in our Q&A A Physicist’s Formula with Tsyganov. Now, Registration of energy discharge in D … Continue reading Deformation of electron outer shells important for Hyperion too, says Tsyganov

Discovery News misinforms on cold fusion again

The recent article 5 Reasons Cold Fusion is Bunk published on Discovery.com News continues the misinformation and serious inaccuracies that make clear mainstream media’s ignorance of a new discovery that offers a solution to our energy problems. The article does not clearly discern the five distinct reasons that cold fusion cannot occur, but objections appear … Continue reading Discovery News misinforms on cold fusion again