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A new patent application has recently been filed by two US-based engineers that claims high efficiency electricity generation from ‘low energy thermal heat generation systems’, also referred to as LENR systems. The title is: “METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRICITY GENERATION USING LOW ENERGY THERMAL HEAT GENERATION AND THERMIONIC DEVICES”; the inventors are Rodney […]

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Mats Lewan just made this comment in the LENR initiation thread, I thought I’d put it in a separate thread in case people might not see it. Hi all—if I would get an interview with Carl-Oscar Gullström who helped Rossi with the recent theoretical work on the E-Cat, what would you want me to ask […]

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The following post has been submitted by GiveaDogaBone Q: What is it I now believe we know that Sternglass[1:] did not know in 1951? A: The anode DC current has to be fixed at the bias level that allows NDR(negative differential resistance) to operate. NDR operation requires the anode plasma fireball[2:] to be extent. Once […]

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UPDATE: The main takeaway from the MFMP is the last slide of the presentation posted below.” “Summary: Nickel + Titanium + Hydrogen + Electrons leads to excess heat transmutations potential emissions of gamma and neutrons Seemingly resilient to reactor design May be verifiable with bubble detectors and gamma spectrometry” There is a live video taking […]

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The following post has been submitted by Gerard McEk An article in the popular science Dutch magazine ‘KIJK’ surprised me this week. About two years ago KIJK published an article about hot fusion and they wrote as small remark in ‘Fusion Missers’ that fusion at room temperature has been proven impossible. Quite a few people […]

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The following post has been submitted by Donald Anderson. A photograph accompanied by much discussion in LENR blogs has been interpreted without regard to electrical circuit theory of voltages around a closed circuit.  The confusion is, I believe, because I believe that the E-Cat QX is an energy-producing device once excited, and that Andrea Rossi […]

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Below is a summary written by Ryan Hunt of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of the Hangout meeting that was held this afternoon. Summary of Live Hangout on 7/13/17 MFMP has been planning to do a validation test of the ECCO device in Mumbai for a few months now. We have known for over a […]

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A reader sent me a link to a video which he recorded at a Clean Tech Summit at the University of North Carolina held in March 2017 of an address by Cherokee CEO Tom Darden, where he discusses a lifetime working in the field of investing in brownfield cleanup and in supporting LENR research, and […]

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I can remember well first getting the news about Andrea Rossi filing suit against Industrial Heat et. al. In early spring 2016, Rossi had previously announced that the 1-year test was over, and followers of the E-Cat story were anxiously awaiting the release of a report about tests performance. Then on April 6, I got […]

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Bob Greenyer has been posting on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Steemit site about their progress in testing of fuel that has been sent to them from Indian researcher Suhas Ralkar, the inventor of the ECCO reactor, which he claims to be a working LENR device. The MFMP are planning to visit Suhas in India, […]

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We have had plenty of discussion here over the last year and a half or so in connection with the Rossi v. Industrial Heat et. al lawsuit, and there have been hundreds of documents posted in connection with the case. Now the moment that Andrea Rossi has been waiting for — his moment in court […]

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The following post has been submitted by RicalWikis In the report about IWAHLM 2017, David J. Nagel questions LENR theoreticians about the completion of their theories. This questioning seems excellent. This questioning seems also valid for any other theories. What could happen if we question present theories through the David J. Nagel questions? 1. How…

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About a year ago we featured a video of a team of Russian LENR researchers led by Yuri N. Bazhutov which showed an experiment in which they claimed to achieve a COP of 2.78 in plasma electrolysis system with a NaOH (sodium hydroxide) electrolyte and a tungsten electrode. I hadn’t heard any updates from this…

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There’s a meeting taking place in Asti, in northern Italy next week which looks to be an interesting event for people interested in LENR. The title of the workshop is “12th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals&#8221…

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Since climate change is front and center in the news, after President Trump announced that the United States’ withdrawl from the Paris Climate Accord, I thought it might be appropriate to broach the topic here. Andrea Rossi has made a lengthy com…

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