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LENR researcher going by the name of me356 has been posting periodic updates on the LENR-Forum about his LENR work. Here’s the latest comment at this thread: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Thread/3225-me356-Reactor-parameters-part-2/ …

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The following essay was written at the Sifferkol blogsite and refined over a couple of days. It considers the effect a disruptive energy technology could have on the stability of oil producing nations should the price of oil decline further than it has…

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The following post has been submitted by Michel Vandenberghe, CEO of LENR Cities (a few minor grammatical changes have been made) One thinks about LENR and energy but forgets, or underestimates the most important with LENR: Decentralization. Back to th…

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A video has been posted of what appears to be an experiment of a LENR system of Russian researcher Yuri N. Bazhutov. The Google translated title of the video is “Cold nuclear transmutation – 3: 1 – YN Bazhutov – April 27, 2016 &…

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Thanks to JNM for sharing the following response from the British Department of Energy and Climate Change to an inquiry he made regarding LENR. It does indicate that they are aware of what is going on. “Thank you for your email, dated 30 March to…

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The following post was submitted by Ian Walker Hi all, As many of you may have noted for some years I have placed market reactions of major players as the key method of establishing LENR’s authenticity. The thesis is that if LENR is real then tho…

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The following post has been submitted by Roger Bird The following is what I am certain of with regard to cold fusion: LENR is real: Mike McKubre observed real LENR repeatedly at SRI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtweR_qGHEc Pam Mosier-Boss observed …

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The following post has been submitted by Doug Marker Some additional thoughts on the significance of LENR patents. In the IT industry, there was a period a few years back (a consolidation phase after all the web creativity of the years 1990-2000) where…

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David Hambling has covered the LENR story over the years, previously writing articles about it in Wired UK. Today he has written an article about the latest developmens that has been published in Popular Mechanics titled “In Cold Fusion 2.0, Who&…

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The following post has been submitted by Axil Axil There is a strange lack of interest in the experimental results that Holmlid is reporting. Specifically, Holmlid is reporting the production of Kaons in his experiments. The production of Kaons in Holm…

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On April 24th, Ryan Hunt will speak at the EarthFest Expo at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota. Ryan will be speaking at 12:00 p.m. on the subject of “Crowdsourcing Scientific Breakthroughs in Clean, Reliable Energy”. Admission …

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This article from the Indian Hindu Business Line newspaper looks at the latest news in LENR, and focuses on the dispute between Andrea Rossi and Industrial Heat. Here’s a quote: “One side of the story is the commercial dispute between Rossi…

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There’s an article from the Inverse.com website titled “Cold Fusion is News Again, But the Search for the Energy Holy Grail Ain’t Over” which looks at some of the current news in the world of LENR, and interviews Jean Paul Biber…

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The following post has been submitted by Mike Rion I am not a scientist so my conclusions may be wrong or even naïve, but: free energy, overunity, cold fusion, LENR, LANR, Brown’s Gas, N-Machine; these and many others are all re-occurring themes in …

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Thanks to artefact and LENR G for posting the following information made by LENR replicator Me356 (he works somewhere in Europe and is a colleague of Bob Greenyer). At about the 15 second mark in this video is the apparent onset of excess heat https://…

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