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Thanks to Greenwin for finding this announcement: George H. Miley of the University of Illinois, and founder of Lenuco Corporation, will be presenting a technical session at the American Nuclear Society’s 2014 International Conference on Isotopes…

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John Maguire of the Q-Niverse web site has followed up his recent interview with Edmund Storms with a new interview with Dr. Brian Ahern, a long-time researcher in the LENR field, and a member of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project team. The interv…

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To understand the incredible potential of low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) and nuclear energy in general, you must grasp the concept of energy density. Put simply energy density means the amount of potential power contained in an energy source or the…

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John Maguire of the Q-Niverse has conducted a very interesting interview with Dr. Edumund Storms, author of the recently published book The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship Between Observation and Explanati…

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Andrea Rossi ci ha abituato alle lunghe attese, ed ormai ci siamo rassegnati ad aspettare il prossimo autunno per veder pubblicato l’attesissimo report che scienziati indipendenti hanno redatto dopo aver sottoposto l’E-Cat ad un lungo perio…

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It has been interesting to look at some of the recent comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics where readers are discussing the public funding of LENR. Most commenters seem to be in favor of putting taxpayer money into the LENR research, citing examp…

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The Open Power Association at Hydrobetatron.org published Newsletter #12. The original newsletter N 012_Luglio_2014_Ottimizzato in Italian is here. Excerpts below are google-translated to English, then, in some cases, slightly smoothed out. ***********…

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There has been some discussion on the Journal of Nuclear Physics over the last couple of days about possible competition for Industrial Heat. Rossi has acknowledged that there is and will be competition, and has mentioned before that IH is expending a …

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La notizia diffusa nei giorni scorsi secondo cui la Phonon Energy starebbe entrando in possesso delle licenze della Defkalion sembra aver destato parecchio interesse e curiosita’. Dopo aver sentito la versione della Phonon Energy, ora e’ la…

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I’d like to thank Fortyniner for sharing the following article which I believe may turn out to contain the most potent argument against the proliferation of LENR technology in the long run. Mike Adams, founding editor of Natural News writes an ar…

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A new company called Phonon Energy has unveiled plans to create and test a low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion boiler. E-Cat World reported that Phonon will be working with Seattle University in its attempts to commercialize LENR. The org…

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Defkalion Update

On 8 luglio 2014 By

I’d like to thank ECW reader Len Fusioneer for sharing this comment which I thought should be in its own post I wrote to Defkalion: Good day, I am interested in your company’s status and don’t trust the internet to provide accurate informatio…

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Dei nuovi protagonisti si stanno affacciando nel campo della ricerca sulla fusione fredda/LENR, e anche questa volta sono collocati negli Stati Uniti. Parliamo oggi della Phonon Energy, un nuovo gruppo di cui David Daggett e’ il CEO. Tra i piani …

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There’s an interesting YouTube video that was published on June 30 by a organization called Phonon Energy in which the company’s CEO, David Daggett, introduces his company and discusses plans to work with Seattle University in the field of …

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There’s an interesting YouTube video that was published on June 30 by a organization called Phonon Energy in which the company’s CEO, David Daggett, introduces his company and discusses plans to work with Seattle University in the field of …

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