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On August 3, 2012 Dr. Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer of cold fusion, passed away in his home after a long illness. Obituaries produced by mainstream news outlets were nothing more than gross distortions of career that exemplified intellectual honesty and integrity. The science journal Nature was but one publication that mischaracterized Fleischmann’s work where author Philip … Continue reading Letter to Nature on Martin Fleischmann released

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Daniele Passerini of 22Passi.blogspot.com has done a great service by providing excellent reporting and posting many pictures from the June 3 meeting at the EU Parliament in Brussels on the Fleischmann-Pons effect. Key academic, business and engineerin…

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Thanks to everyone so far who has recorded their age in yesterday’s poll. Looking at the tally so far, one thing stands out to me, and that is that a good majority of people coming to this site are not particularly young. Out of almost 600 poll r…

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An interesting editorial in the UK’s Royal Society of Chemistry publication Chemistry World by University of Liverpool chemistry professor Mathias Brust encourages scientific journals to address and debate ‘bad science’. Brust’s…

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Vicky Harvey, a grand-daughter of Martin Fleischmann, runs in the Virgin London Marathon to raise money for the Brain Research Trust to help neurological conditions that afflicted Martin and many others around the world.
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Since the resurgence of cold fusion in the last few years one prominent figure who has stayed out of the spotlight is Stanley Pons.  After reaching almost household name status for a brief while in 1989, Pons keeps a very low profile these days, livin…

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Andrea Rossi describes his Ecat steam generator now being developed in labs in Bologna, Italy and Miami, Florida in a Swedish TV show “The World of Science”. While the video is in Swedish, Rossi describes his work in English. Here is an annotated video with English subtitles from Hampus Ericsson via E-catworld: New! Version with … Continue reading New Fire Lights Up Swedish TV

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Art by Aldo Tambellini 1961 Europe has been a leader in the arts for centuries, creating 3D perspective and ushering in the Renaissance that gave us modern science. Europe is also a fertile region for cold fusion science, with almost every country represented by some agency-funded or independent research lab. And now, in 2012, European … Continue reading European Arts Community in Action for New Energy

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U.K. University of Cambridge Professor Dr. Brian Josephson, winner of the Nobel Prize in 1973 for the Josephson Effect, wrote the fine obituary published in The Guardian honoring Dr. Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer of cold fusion who passed away earlier this year. Focusing on Fleischmann’s life’s work, the essay was not a defense of cold fusion, … Continue reading Brian Josephson safeguards historic contribution of Martin Fleischmann

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Here’s a heads up about an announcement that will be made later today about a new documentary film, “The Believers” produced by 137 Films. The film is about the history and current state of the cold fusion field. I am told that a new …

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A new article entitled “Cold fusion: smoke and mirrors, or raising a head of steam?” written by David Hambling has been published in Wired.co.uk about the current state of affairs in the world of cold fusion/LENR. For those who have been fo…

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The Guardian newspaper has published an obituary of Martin Fleischmann written by Nobel prize winning physicist and public supporter of cold fusion technology, Brian Josephson. In addition to outlining the life and work of Fleischmann Josephson also at…

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New Scientist magazine has published a short interview with Mike McKubre, director of the Energy Research program at SRI International, about the contribution of the late Martin Fleisichmann in the area of cold fusion. In the article, entitled “C…

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PHOTO Martin Fleischmann courtesy University of Utah Archives Telegraph Announcements “Professor Martin Fleischmann died peacefully at home on 3rd August 2012, after a long illness aged 85. Funeral Service at St John’s Tisbury, Wiltshire, Tuesday 21st August at 12.30 p.m. Flowers or donations to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Parkinson’s UK. Enquiries to Chris White … Continue reading Martin Fleischmann 1927 to 2012 and beyond

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I’m so lucky to be staying within a short 20-minute pedal to Venice Beach, California, where all the world mingles on the sands of the not-yet-too-radioactive Pacific coast. Musicians, crafts people, campers, the homeless, sight-seers and tourists, families, soon-to-be-Hollywood stars, and artists galore line the Walk which, for me, begins at Muscle Beach and ends … Continue reading Martin Fleischmann in 10 minutes

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