Tag: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions


Graphic: LENR beta-decay in the lattice. LENR/LENT science is known as cold fusion in popular vernacular for many reasons. There is the well-remembered worldwide media flurry over the wondrous announcement by Pons and Fleishman in 1989; the decades long discourse exemplifying it as the fringe of fringe sciences; the repeated high-profile dirty-dealt blows to cold … Continue reading REAL POPULAR COLD FUSION

Cold Fusion Is Back! – CERN Webinar on Cold Fusion, March 22, 2012

The following is a further posting in a series of articles by David French, a patent attorney with 35 years experience, which will review patents of interest touching on the field of Cold Fusion. March 23, 2012 –One would think that the above title should be a headline in the newspapers following a live webcast … Continue reading Cold Fusion Is Back! – CERN Webinar on Cold Fusion, March 22, 2012

The Smith LENR Prize

It is well known within LENR circles that Australian Entrepreneur, Dick Smith, is scathing of Andrea Rossi’s eCat claims. After Rossi refused his offer of a $1m (US) challenge, he extended that offer to Greek company Defkalion GT who are making similar claims. Mr Smith’s offer was an attempt to expose the fraud he is […]

Now a Little Controversy Involving Cold Fusion

It’s enough to make one smile with the silliness of the thing.  As noted here last week Electrical Engineering Prof. Peter Hagelstein at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) taught an Independent Activities Period course titled “Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments”. Dr. Mitchell Swartz, of JET Energy and Prof. Hagelstein […]

Rossi E-Cat Destined For Underwriters Laboratory

Andrea Rossi, the inventor and energy behind the E-Cat was interviewed by Gary Hendershot and Sterling Allan for the Smart Scarecrow Show last Saturday the 14th of January 2012.  The headline remark was Mr. Rossi has sent prototypes to the Underwriters Laboratories (UL).  As best can be determined, that remark is in the past tense. […]

US Senate candidate Randy Hekman puts LENR first

December 29, 2010 Energy: America’s Next Space Race READ NOW. The Michigan US Senate race includes over half-a-dozen Republicans vying for Democrat incumbent Debbie Stabenow’s long-held seat, but only one has LENR on their platform. Former Juvenile Court Judge Randy Hekman states his energy policy on the campaign website www.RandyHekman2012.com: 8. Energy: The simple reality […]