Currently viewing the tag: "LENR"

The following post was submitted by Axil Axil Andrea Rossi has stated that the input power to his reactor must be supplied using an AC source in order for the LENR reactor to be viable. Putting this clue together with the revelation from Francesco Pian…

Continue Reading

Hi all, Axil Axil’s very exciting creative thinking about the LENR process and our discussions lately gave me this thought: We need a new analogy (model) to understand what we cannot experience. The standard model is not intuitive enough; it is m…

Continue Reading

As has been mentioned many times now, if we could see multiple successful replications of the Parkhomov experiment it would help in raising the profile of the Rossi Effect, and LENR in general, and bring it greater mainstream acceptance. There has been…

Continue Reading

The following post was submitted by Achi Publicly funded scientific research has dug its own grave. The shunning of cold fusion, and LENR, has led us to a point where the integrity of the system as it currently stands is compromised. Scientific funding…

Continue Reading

The following post was submitted by Axil Axil Lets put some numbers on this concept to make it more understandable. There is evidence that heat transfers its energy to photons in LENR. The wavelength of Far infrared EMF is about 1 millimeter. We know t…

Continue Reading

There continue to be repercussions from the publication of the special section on LENR in the Indian journal Current Science. Today in the New Indian Express newspaper, V Sudarshan writes about the publication of this collection of papers in an article…

Continue Reading

How To Prove LENR?

On 21 marzo 2015 By

There has been quite a lot of interesting news coming out recently regarding what seem to be success in efforts to demonstrate LENR effects from various parties who are sharing results more or less openly. I am hearing about other efforts to demonstrat…

Continue Reading

Jack Cole of LENR-Coldfusion.com website, who has been involved in experimenting with Parkhomov-style LENR reactors, has reported today on the vortex-l mailing list that in an experiment he carried out yesterday, a reactor made of 95 per cent alumina w…

Continue Reading

Battuta di arresto per Andrea Rossi. Dopo il successo del Lugano Report, grazie al quale le LENR hanno assunto una maggior visibilita’ e che ha portato a diversi tentativi di replica dell’E-Cat (un esempio su tutti: Parkhomov) e l’inc…

Continue Reading

California is in the midst of a catastrophic drought that could affect food prices all over world. What’s truly interesting is that something like low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion could be the solution to this crisis. If the drought …

Continue Reading

An interesting video was posted by Jack Cole on the Vortex-l mailing list about a material I had never heard of before – nitinol, a super-elastic alloy of nickel and titanium which, when cold, is easily bendable and quite floppy, but when heated,…

Continue Reading

In an article on her blog on the E-Cat: The New Fire website site, Vessela Nikolova states that she has received confirmation from a first hand source (other than Mats Lewan) that the team who conducted the Lugano E-Cat test continues to investigate L…

Continue Reading

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxIh65z-O7g Nei mesi scorsi vi avevamo gia’ parlato di LENR-Cities, l’organizzazione svizzera alla guida di Ecosystem, a cui aderiscono scienziati, industriali ed investitori, nonche’ organizzazioni pubbliche e privati…

Continue Reading

Thanks to Mr. Moho for posting this on the Always On Thread On Cobraf there’s a Google-translatable transcription of a recently uploaded LENRG video featuring Guido Parchi of Prometeon srl, suggesting that Christos Stremmenos and some of his coll…

Continue Reading

Allan Widom is a theoretical physicist at Northeastern University (in Boston, Massachusetts), and is well known in LENR circles as one of the proponents of the Widom-Larsen theory, which proposes that in the surface of a metal hydride energetic (“hea…

Continue Reading