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Thanks to LION for posting a link to this article by Anis Rahman, Francis Tanzella, Aunik K Rahman, Carl Page and Robert Godes, titled “Lattice Dilation of Plasma Sprayed Nickel Film Quantified by High Resolution Terahertz Imaging”. From the Conclusion section: A model has been proposed for explaining the increased heat energy generation from IPB-HHT […]

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The following post has been submitted by Martin. Ken Wheeler’s book on magnetism is worth a look at by anyone interested in understanding the LENR phenomenon in my view. His views on science are unconventional to say the least. Going back to the ‘greats’ of Maxwell, Tesla, and Steinmetz he revives both the consideration of […]

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Thanks to Sam for posting a link to abstracts of papers that will be presented at The 20th Meeting of Japan CF-Research Society in Fukuoka which will be held December 13-14, 2019. http://jcfrs.org/JCF20/jcf20-abstracts.pdf Reading through the abstracts gives the impression that there is an active community of researchers in Japan who are working towards the […]

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Thanks to Bob Greenyer for posting this comment in the Always Open thread. SPACE . EARTH . HUMAN . is coming Translation and proof reading finished (pending notes from Author). Book layout has begun. Parkhomov in his book, calculates that you need approximately 100V + to start synthesising Neutrinos of the slow type needed for […]

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Modifications to the cold fusion energy reactor designed by Tadahiko Mizuno have dramatically increased excess heat production. Thermal power output of the cell is now able to exceed the air-flow calorimeter’s heat removal capacity of 1 kilowatt….

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Dr. Sveinn Ólafsson is the guest on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast with Ruby Carat. Dr. Ólafsson works with a form of Rydberg matter called ultra-dense hydrogen which could be related to the cold fusion/LENR reaction. Listen to the Cold Fusion Now! pod…

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Dr. Irina Savvatimova is one of the giants of Russian LENR research able to attend the 30-year celebration organized by the Coordination Council on the Cold Nuclear Transmutation Problem of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS). See Russian Ac…

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Listen to episode #23 of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast with Ruby Carat and Special Guest Dr. Dimiter Alexandrov, a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Head of the Semiconductor Research Center at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay , Canada. He talks…

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This is a re-post of Icebergs in the Room? Cold Fusion at Thirty by Huw Price and first published here. From aviation to zoo-keeping, there’s a simple rule for safety in potentially hazardous pursuits. Always keep an eye on the ways that things could…

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Nuclear chemist and former Los Alamos National Laboratory rocket scientist Dr. Edmund Storms has been researching cold fusion/LENR since 1989 and talks with Ruby Carat on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast about this new area of science founded by Drs. Marti…

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LENR in 2019

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2018 is in the past now, 2019 has just rolled around, and we’re now just a few weeks away from the much-anticipated presentation of the industrial E-Cat. Will it be a watershed moment? At this point it’s hard to know. Andrea Rossi has stressed this will be a commercial, not a scientific presentation, so if […]

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In late December 2018, a bill titled Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act (NEIMA), was passed by both houses of the US Congress, and sent to the president for his signature. One major purpose of the bill is to encourage innovation in nuclear energy technology and make it less burdensome to bring new types of […]

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Another Christmas season has rolled around (the eighth since this site began), and I hope that it is a happy and peaceful one for all our readers! For me and my family, it’s a special time, where we can have some extra time to be together. I hope you can all have Thanks to all […]

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A new article by astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has been published on the Forbes website in which he holds again Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat as examples of what is wrong with science. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2018/12/21/you-dont-need-a-scientific-hero-to-love-science/#37bf888734b7 The title of the article is “You Don’t Need A Scientific Hero To Love Science”, and the gist of the article seems […]

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Coming on January 31, 2019 2:00 p.m. GMT (9:00 a.m. US Eastern Time) Leonardo Corporation will be video streaming a presentation of the E-Cat SK, which Andrea Rossi has described as LENR-based heat source which can be used for industrial purposes. E-Cat World will be streaming the event live on this page. Local Events There […]

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