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A website has been posted for next year’s ICCF20 meeting (International Conference on Cold Fusion) which will be held October 2-7 in Sendai, Japan. Here’s the link: http://www.iccf20.net/ The host for this conference will be the Condensed M…

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On December 11-12, 2015 the The 16th Meeting of Japan CF-Research Society will be held at Kyoto University in Japan, and one of the presenters will be Norman Cook, who has collaborated with Andrea Rossi on theoretical work about the “Rossi Effect…

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The New York Times is reporting that German chancellor Angela Merkel has said that the leaders of the G-7 group of wealthy democracies (United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom) have committed to eliminating the use of carbo…

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Clean Planet, the Japanese company that is partnering with Tohoku University in the formation of the Clean Energy Research Lab, has reported on its Facebook Page about meetings it has recently held. They write (translated from Japanese): We are pleased…

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Thanks to Sverre Haslund for the following story: The following joint press release has been issued today in Japan by Clean Planet, Inc. and Tohoku University. Link: http://cleanplanet.co.jp/news/en/15.03.30%20Clean%20Planet%20-%20Press%20release.pdf …

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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

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The 14th Meeting of Japan Cold Fusion Research Society will be held at the Tokyo Institute of Technology on December 7-8 at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and abstracts of the papers to be presented have been published. There seems to be quite an a…

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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

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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

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Two of the largest corporations in Japan and the world Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toyota Motor Company are heavily involved in low energy nuclear reaction research (LENR). The New Energy Times reported that Yashurio Iwamura a Japanese physicist to…

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New Energy Times is reporting about a successful replication by Toyota of a Mitsubishi experiment involving low energy nuclear reactions. This information comes from a presentation on November 14th of this year at the Winter meeting of the American Nuc…

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With Ampenergo known as the Leonardo Corp. licensee in the United States, it means that the E-Cat is now licensed in at least the U.S., Europe, Japan, Australia, the Pacific islands, and Southeast…E-Cat Report – getting ready for the Energy Catalyzer

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The 17th International Conference on “Cold Fusion” takes place next week in Seoul, Korea. A few dozen researchers — mostly the people who have been active in the field for the last 23 years — will give presentations. The conference … Continue reading

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“So, the puzzle looks approaching the resolution now. The long lasting excess heat phenomena, currently being observed by several groups in Japan, Italy, USA, etc., will be understood in the extension of their research. When we will trace inversely in time, we will find the original point of perspective in the Fleischmann-Pons work at 1989.” … Continue reading The Deep Reach of Martin Fleischmann

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Austin, Texas based National Instruments holds and Annual NIWeek event which features a plethora of presentations, workshops and training sessions. This year’s event is going to feature a presentation on LENR from Akito Takahashi, Senior Adviser …

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