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I thought I would feature this post from ECW reader Neanderthal today as it seems to give a glimpse into the kind of thinking and discussion about LENR that may be going on behind the scenes in scientific (and other) institutions. Today Neanderthal wro…

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Recent world news reports highlight the importance of energy in today’s world — and specifically how a clean and abundant energy source like LENR could play a dramatic role in changing the landscape dramatically. The first area where energy…

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The following guest post has been submitted by Rick Allen. Hopefully soon, a new report detailing an extended test of the high temperature version of the E-Cat or Energy Catalyzer will be released, and expectations for this report are high. For many re…

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The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project have announced on their quantumheat.org website that Brian Ahern has joined their team to help with research and experimentation into LENR. On their blog post making this announcement they explain some of the ass…

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Il blog di Andrea Rossi sul Journal of Nuclear Physics continua ad essere molto frequentato, e la curiosita’ (e, spesso, la competenza) dei lettori e’ veramente inesauribile. Tantissime le domande che giungono a Rossi, ed interessanti le di…

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It’s a pretty exciting time in the world of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) or cold fusion. A new LENR device or process of some sort seems to be unveiled every day as scores of garage inventors get involved in the LENR race. The latest is a named…

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The following is a transcript of an interview I conducted with Mats Lewans, Swedish journalist who writes for NyTeknik magazine, and author of the recently published book about Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat, An Impossible Invention. We spoke via Skype tod…

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I’m glad to learn that the video of Iowa consulting electrical engineer Tom Wind’s lecture on LENR at the University of Northern Iowa has now been made available. I was able to attend the lecture on March 10th, and meet Tom and others in my…

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The following open letter to the Third Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC WG III), which is due to report findings in Berlin later this month, has been submitted by ECW reader Gordon Docherty, who urges other cold fusion supporters to also…

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Quando uno scienziato anziano e stimato 

dice che una certa cosa è possibile, 

con quasi assoluta certezza ha ragione; 

quando dice che è impossibile, 

il più delle volte si sbaglia.  (Arthur C. Clarke)

C’era una volta – e chissà…

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Qualche giorno fa c’e’ stata una ricorrenza importante da ricordare, ossia il 25° anniversario dall’annuncio di Fleischmann & Pons della scoperta della fusione fredda. E dopo un quarto di secolo, in uno dei luoghi forse piu&#8217…

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Francesco Celani illustra le sue slides al MIT (photo by world.std.com)

Mentre scrivo questo post Francesco Celani (INFN) è ancora negli USA, ripartirà alla volta di Roma solo domani sera. Si è trattenuto qualche giorno, per proficui scambi di i…

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Clean Planet, a Japanese startup has emerged as a possible leading LENR company after a presentation by the company’s CEO Hideki Yoshino at the LENR Colloquium at MIT. Mr. Yoshino gave a presentation about the […]

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Come ci si aspettava, le affermazioni fatte da Andrea Rossi nei giorni scorsi sul blog che tiene sul Journal of Nuclear Physics hanno solleticato ulteriormente la curiosita’ circa il suo lavoro, e ora in tanti vorrebbero conoscere i dettagli su q…

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Andrea Rossi has revealed that a third independent test of his ecat low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device is underway. Like year’s test this round of testing is being carried out by unidentified “college professors.” The professors will be us…

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