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Mats Lewan just made this comment in the LENR initiation thread, I thought I’d put it in a separate thread in case people might not see it. Hi all—if I would get an interview with Carl-Oscar Gullström who helped Rossi with the recent theoretical work on the E-Cat, what would you want me to ask […]

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I had a meeting over Skype with Andrea Rossi on July 20th 2017 in which I conducted an interview. Mats Lewan published an earlier interview with Rossi here which focused primarily on issues surrounding the recent litigation with Industrial Heat and the subsequent settlement which was done so well, that I felt it was not […]

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Thanks to Mats Lewan who has posted an interview with Andrea Rossi about the settlement between Rossi and Industrial Heat on his An Impossible Invention blog.https://animpossibleinvention.com/2017/07/18/heres-the-settlement-getting-the-license-back-was…

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David Niebauer has published a new podcast interview, this time with Mats Lewan, Swedish author and journalist who has been writing about Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat for the last few years. Here are some of the key points that stood out to me from the v…

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Thanks to Mats Lewan for pointing out the following article The Daily Caller news and political website has an article titled “Feds May Have Made a Huge Breakthrough in Cold Fusion.” (http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/11/feds-may-have-made-a-h…

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The following post has been submitted by Steve H Compliments to Wikipedia, Engineer48 and Mats Lewan – for the following contents and bringing it to our attention. Frank – I thought you may like to post this as a separate item as it appears…

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Thanks to Mats Lewan for posting a newly filed motion to dismiss the case that Andrea Rossi has brought against them. The full document is here: https://animpossibleinvention.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/ih-motion-to-dismiss.pdf Here’s the introdu…

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An article by Mats Lewan titled Cold Fusion An Impossible Invention has just been published in Pulse Magazine, which is produced by the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement. Mats informs me that the article was written in February, so the latest news an…

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The long-rumored ecat factory could soon become a reality in Sweden. Rossi and his partners at Hydrofusion; the Northern European licensee for his low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology, made an offer on a factory in Sweden. Rossi toured the 10,…

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One of the interesting pieces of information to come out from Mats Lewan’s recent article following his meeting with Andrea Rossi was that no one from Industrial Heat had access to the production unit that was using the heat generated by the 1 MW…

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After reading Mats Lewan’s very interesting article published on his An Impossible Invention website yesterday I followed up with Andrea Rossi on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday with some more questions. Here are my questions and Rossi&#…

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Thanks to Mats Lewan for posting a link to this new article in Popular Mechanics written by David Hambling titled “Congress is Suddenly Interested in Cold Fusion” (http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a20874/us-house-cold-fusion/)…

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The following post has been submitted by Josh G With all confusion and back-and-forth over the Rossi-Industrial Heat imbroglio, it’s hard to cut through the thick layer of fog. I’m going to try to do it by zeroing in on some key questions r…

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Today on his An Impossible Invention blog, Swedish author and journalist Mats Lewan has written a post about the conclusion of Andrea Rossi’s 1MW E-Cat Plant, which was announced today. Mats’ full post can be read here: https://animpossible…

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I believe this photograph was grabbed from Mats Lewan’s webinar that he presented today at the Energy 2.0 Society webinar. Someone on the Italian cobraf.com has posted it there. I think I remember seeing it briefly, but didn’t think much of…

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