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It’s good to see an article today by David Hambling in Wired.co.uk giving a positive and fair treatment of yesterday’s Defkalion demonstration, citing Swedish science journalist Mats Lewan as a reliable witness who had a generally positive …

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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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Era gia’ tutto previsto. La pubblicazione dell’ormai famoso report predisposto da parti indipendenti dopo aver svolto dei test sull’Hot Cat ha innescato una nuova ondata di commenti sull’invenzione di Andrea Rossi. Il fatto poi che i risultati dei test siano positivi e confermino quanto sostenuto da Rossi in questi anni ha creato una frattura ancora [...]

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A blog post published on April 19th on the American Physical Society’s Physics Buzz Blog laments that scientists at NASA are getting involved in cold fusion, and specifically gives a strong critique of the Widom-Larsen theory, which is the theory…

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Here’s a new name for for me in the cold fusion field — Dennis Cravens. I just came across this video in which he is launching a campaign to raise $20,000 to convert and old Ford Model A car to be run on cold fusion. There’s a link to…

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There is a LENR conference coming up in the United States. The American Nuclear Society provides education and information concerning nuclear science to professionals. Their winter meeting will be on November 11 through…E-Cat Report – getting ready f…

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A new article entitled “Cold fusion: smoke and mirrors, or raising a head of steam?” written by David Hambling has been published in Wired.co.uk about the current state of affairs in the world of cold fusion/LENR. For those who have been fo…

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New Energy Times is reporting about Andrea Rossi’s relationship with National Instruments, the company that Andrea Rossi has said has been helping develop control systems for the E-Cat. Steven Krivit of NET reports that an unnamed author who is w…

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E-Cat Test No Money Can Buy

On 15 febbraio 2012 By

By now the entire online media related to the ECat has been buzzing about the $1 million offer Andrea Rossi received from Dick Smith, in order to do an E-Cat re-test of the…E-Cat Report – getting ready for the Energy Catalyzer

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Steven Krivit continues to cover Andrea Rossi and E-Cat in his fourth report.Read the report here

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For the last six months, many of us have been waiting in hope for the promised research contract between Andrea Rossi’s company and The University of Bologna to be actioned. The lure of independent tests coupled with the long association with the academic bastion through Professors Focardi and Levi lent a level of credibility to [...]

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Commentary

On 29 dicembre 2011 By

So much has been written of the Energy Catalyser of late that it’s becoming harder to discern any real credible and noteworthy news – to separate the wheat from the chaff, so to speak.I’ve withheld any recent posts to this modest blog as I feel i…

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“LENR Expert, Steven Krivit, who traveled to Bologna in June, was not impressed with Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat reactor technology, and has been highly critical ever since. He has now crossed a line to actually accusing Rossi of running an intentional scam. …

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A couple of interesting details have just come to light in the continuing E-Cat story. Yesterday Steven B. Krivit posted on his New Energy Times site that a research team from NASA, along with representatives from an investment group visited Rossi’s Bologna premises in early September. Krivit writes “The team went there with an explicit …

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Steven Krivit has released another set of videos featuring an interview with Andrea Rossi which he conducted in June of this year. The interview covers a lot of ground, including Rossi’s history, his work on developing the E-Cat and his plans for the future. This should be interesting viewing for those who are interested in …

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