Tag: Low Energy Nuclear Reaction

Edmund Storms on “The Nuclear Active Environment and Metals that Work”

Dr. Edmund Storms, cold fusion energy scientist and author of The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, spoke to Cold Fusion Now last summer. This segment has Dr. Storms discussing the idea of the Nuclear Active Environment, an idea that consolidates elements of the cold fusion/LENR/LANR/CANR reaction, through both geometry and processes, in an attempt … Continue reading Edmund Storms on “The Nuclear Active Environment and Metals that Work”

BREAKTHROUGH POWER TEST A SUCCESS, BUT A.P. SITS ON IT | The American Reporter

BRADENTON, Fla., Oct. 30, 2011 — If you went to Google tonight and searched for the terms “E Cat Rossi Associated Press” you’d get 1,430,000 results from blogs, Web sites and magazines like Wired.com (UK edition). That number will grow.

Most are about how an Associated Press reporter attended the demonstration of a device – as the exclusive media person present during the whole test – that proceeded to generate 475,000 watts of power continuously for five hours with no input and just its secret Low Energy Nuclear Reaction device – a cold fusion reactor, in plain terms – providing power for the people who need it most – this world’s billions of poor and hungry human beings.

Cold Fusion to be Shown Conclusively as LENR

An announcement is saying that cold fusion is actually a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) and includes the Rossi E-Cat and the Defkalion device.  Brian Wang, who has been in touch with a leading scientist Brian Ahern, has located the press release for the Flash Summit 2011 due up December 7, 2011 in New York […]

Waiting for Cold Fusion| Forbes

Over the last few weeks I’ve written a couple of times (here and here) about the inventor Andrea Rossi and his Cold Fusion system … er, Low Energy Nuclear Reaction system, the E-Cat (see my posting “Believing is Cold Fusion…

Why the Grid will Die

The electric power grid will disappear at some point in the near future because it simply makes no sense. The grid exists today only because it is cost prohibitive for the vast majority of individuals, families and businesses to generate their own elec…