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Thanks to bthprimo for sharing his perpective here. This was originally posted on this thread. Hi. My first post on ECW!! I have seen a few posts here over the past few months suggesting to keep an eye on the energy markets for a hint that the Ecat rep…

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The following post was originally made by ECW reader Philip James on this thread. Steven Chu and I were at a meeting together (on Biology) in DC when he was still Secretary of Energy. At the coffee break we were talking about other things and I mention…

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A proposal for a gigantic energy project in Utah shows what’s wrong with renewable energy and why we need to invest in next generation technologies such as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR). Four companies want to spend $8 billion to build a facilit…

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E-Cat: voci o sussurri?

On 25 settembre 2014 By

Si fanno sempre piu’ insistenti le voci secondo cui agli inizi di ottobre verra’ finalmente pubblicato il report che terze parti indipendenti hanno preparato sull’E-Cat di Andrea Rossi. La notizia non e’ confermata, ovviamente, …

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There’s not a whole lot to discuss in the world of LENR right now with most followers just watching and waiting for developments on the E-Cat front. However I found an article in the Huffington Post, which while not about LENR I think has relevan…

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We often discuss the future of home energy production in terms of what LENR could make possible, but it’s likely that it will be some time before home LENR systems become available. Meanwhile an increasing number of homeowners are looking to cu…

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Graphic: copyright CO2CRC Because the grade of heat generated [and recoverable] from the cold fusion processes [as of now] is modest in relation to furnace temperatures of conventional power plant [ which are in the range of 2500- 3500 deg.F (1400C-190…

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The big energy news this week is Tesla’s decision to locate its massive Giga Factory in Nevada. On Sept. 11, the Nevada State legislature approved a package of legislation giving Tesla Motors (TSLA) $1.25 billion in tax breaks and low cost electricit…

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We have discussed lately comments that American designer William McDonough has made about LENR, and today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics Andrea Rossi was asked by Thomas Florek about whether he was familiar with McDonough’s work and “Cra…

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The following is a recent online interview I conducted with Tyler Van Houwelingen, CEO of LENR Invest, a startup investment company focusing on the LENR field. See here for more information (Full disclosure: LENR Invest is a sponsor of E-Cat World) Wha…

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Accademia E-Cat in arrivo?

On 10 settembre 2014 By

Dopo l’ufficializzazione dell’apertura al mercato cinese da parte della Leonardo Corporation di Andrea Rossi e del suo partner americano, l’Industrial Heat, sta crescendo l’interesse sulle modalita’ e la tempistica dei rap…

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Richard Pollack on Facebook has found an even better segment from as speech by Bill McDonough in which there is no question about his knowledge of what is going on with LENR Check out the following video from a talk by McDonough given at Dartmouth Coll…

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There’s been interesting finds by Don Witcher and Matt Robinson on the Facebook ‘Cold Fusion, LENR and Andrea Rossi‘ page which indicates to me that it’s very likely that American designer and architect Bill McDonough, a long-t…

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Someone asked yesterday here if I was on vacation. No, I am still here, watching and waiting along with everyone else. It seems like the LENR world has almost ground to a standstill as we wait for the E-Cat report to be released. Andrea Rossi himself h…

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In assenza di grosse significative novita’ da parte di Andrea Rossi sul suo E-Cat, oggi abbiamo deciso di segnalarvi una nuova, interessantissima  pubblicazione riguardante le LENR. Secondo quanti lo hanno gia’ letto, il libro e’ scr…

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