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The following post has been submitted by Greg Goble. This article has also been posted here. The government of the United States of America has filed many ‘cold fusion’ LENR patents. These LENR patents take time to develop, often a number of years, before being filed with a patent office; each being a tedious project […]

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I think that the release of the Brief Summary Report titled “Phenomenology and Controllability of New Exothermic Reaction between Metal and Hydrogen” by the Japanese research team is highly significant for the LENR field. One of the researchers in the group, Akito Takahashi has added an update on Researchgate about the program. “Leading the Japanese […]

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Thanks to Michelangelo de Meo for posting about the following on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Researchers from Technova Inc. Nissan Motors Co., Kyushu University, Tohoku University, Nagoya University and Kobe University in Japan have published a paper in which they report on research activities conducted between October 2015 and October 2017 in which they […]

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The following post was originally published by Russ George on the Atom Ecology website here, and is reposted here with permission. December 21, 2017 An international team of physicists has just now “stumbled upon” an entirely new quantum material, which they have called “Weyl-Kondo semi-metal”. In these quirky materials scientists don’t necessarily have the theories […]

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A recent article in Nature reports that scientists in Japan have confirmed that nuclear reactions occur in lightning strikes. The researchers, led by astrophysicist Teruaki Enoto from Kyoto University, set up radiation detectors close to a thunderstorm on the east coast of Japan and discovered that lightning kicked off a gamma ray flash, then a […]

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Thanks to Veblin for posting a link to the proceedings of last year’s ICCF 20 meeting held at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan which have been posted on the LENR-Canr.org website here: http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/BiberianJPjcondensedw.pdf Table of Contents: JOURNAL OF CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE Experiments and Methods in Cold Fusion Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on […]

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An article written by James Conca has been published on the Forbes website making a case that in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated parts of the gulf coast in the southern United States, nuclear power has proven to be the most resilient power generation source. The article is titled “”Hurricane Harvey Makes […]

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The following post has been submitted by Allan Shura I became interested in new clean energy technologies in 2009 when reports that the US Navy had confirmed excess heat with cold fusion not long after physics professor Yoshiaki Arata of Osaka University in Japan made the first successful public media demonstration of cold fusion. I […]

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An article in Scientific American reports that recent experiments carried out in the United States, Switzerland and Japan suggest that three particles: electrons, muons and tau leptons maybe violating the Standard Model, which scientists say could lead to a huge and revolutionary shakeup in the world of physics “The evidence comes from electrons and their […]

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A video from the ICCF20 conference in Sendai, Japan has been uploaded to YouTube of a presentation Michael Halem of LENR-Invest, LLC, reporting on his experience trying to validate the Brillouin Hydrogen Hot Tube (HHT) in an experiment carried out at S…

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Thanks to Pelgrim for letting us know that the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has started to upload videos from the ICCF20 conference that is currently taking place in Sendai, Japan to its YouTube Channel. The conference runs from October 2-7, 201…

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Thanks to reader Bob (not Greenyer) for a comment today which cites a new report by Kenji Kaneko, Nikkei BP Clean Tech Institute, translated from the orginal Japanese by Jed Rothwell and posted on the LENR-CANR website here: http://lenr-canr.org/acroba…

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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 …

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The following slideshow was sent to me by Dr. Norman D. Cook, professor of Infomatics at Kensai University in Osaka, Japan. The slides accompanied a presentation that he made at the JCF16 meeting on December 11-12, 2015 in Kyoto, Japan. Norman Cook has…

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Matieu Valat has contacted me with the following information about an upcoming symposium to be held by the French Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science: The French Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science aims to promote this field of physic…

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