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As Alexander Parkhomov continues to speak and publish about his work on the Lugano E-Cat replication effort, it is becoming clear that his work is becoming the major focus of people following the LENR story. For a number of years we have been carefully…

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There have been some interesting posts on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Facebook page today describing their initial meeting as part of Project Fedora — working with Francesco Piantelli. They have started out in Milan where they…

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Following yesterday’s release of the special section on LENR in the Indian science journal Current Science is an article by M. Ramesh in the Hindu, India’s second largest English language newspaper titled “Do not forget the ‘other

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Bill Gates has written an annual letter about what he hopes to accomplish with his work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He talks about a ‘big bet’ that he is making, that the lives of the poorest people on earth will improve dr…

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Questa notizia viene data da Andrea Rossi in persona dopo che un lettore del suo blog sul Journal of Nuclear Physics gli ha chiesto se lui ed il suo Team abbiano fatto ulteriori progressi nel funzionamento dell’E-Cat in modalita’ di autosos…

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Here’s an interesting announcement that comes via Peter Gluck’s Ego Out blog regarding another attempt to replicate Alexander Parkhomov’s experiment which is an attempt to make an analogue of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat. See number 5 a…

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Thanks to AlainCo for posting the following on the LENR Forum. An article on the Norwegian website Tekna — published by the Technical and Scientific Association serving over 64,000 professional members — reports on the seminar held last Nov…

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There has been some discussion over the years about putting together a timeline of events related to the history of LENR, and today there has been a great start to a project of this nature posted on the ECW LENR Knowledge Base — see here: http://…

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The best way to predict how the commercialization and adoption of low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) could occur is to examine how other technologies were adopted in the past. Then to identify the patterns by which they were adopted it. In other words …

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Great work by Gerrit in uncovering an important development at Texas Tech University! From Robert Duncan’s profile as Senior Vice President for Research and Professor of Physics is this information: Duncan formed the Sidney Kimmel Institute for N…

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This topic has been discussed for quite a long time, but has come up again on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, and I thought it might be interesting to raise it here. If (as I believe) LENR is getting more attention around the world, and if (as I hope) …

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Dopo l’interessante  Conferenza organizzata da LENR-Cities tenutasi ad Oxford il 10 e l’11 gennaio scorsi, intitolata “Low Energy Nanoscale Reactions & Applications”, il ciclo di Conferenze sulle LENR e la Cold Fusion prosegue ques…

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Thanks to Sanjeev for posting this link in the replication thread. Michael McKubre, Director of the Energy Research Center of the Materials Research Laboratory at SRI International in Palo Alto, Calfornia, is a well known and long-time researcher in th…

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È il momento della “riscoperta” delle LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction)! La Scienza comincia a ricordare che i primi riferimenti ad anomale sezioni d’urto per certi ioni D+ sono stati fatti da persone come Hans Bethe (1906-2005) e altri grandi fis…

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There’s a new LENR replication site on the web — nickel.comli.com — which is the work of ECW poster Nickec. He is working to figure out ways that a low budget home experimenter might be able to do some basic building and testing of s…

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