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The following post has been submitted by Greg Goble Is Nanofusion another name for LENR? It seems nanoparticles as fuel is integral to Leonardo Corp. LENR energy technology. It is still up-in-the-air as to whether or not fusion takes place in the low energy nuclear reactive environment, yet consider the term nanofusion. If occasionally the […]

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Thanks to Veblin for providing a link to a new article from the German Spektrum.de website titled “Cold Fusion: Hunter of the lost treasure.” The original German article is here: https://www.spektrum.de/news/jaeger-des-verlorenen-schatzes/1564692 A Google English translation is here: The author, Janosch Deeg, reviews the current field of cold fusion, and contrasts it with “Hot” fusion. He […]

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A news release from MIT announces a collaborative research project between MIT and a private company, Commonwealth Fusion Systems with a goal to demonstrate a prototype fusion reactor within 15 years. http://news.mit.edu/2018/mit-newly-formed-company-launch-novel-approach-fusion-power-0309 Some excerpts from the release: “CFS will join with MIT to carry out rapid, staged research leading to a new generation of fusion […]

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The following is a letter to the editor of the Delco Times (Delaware County, Pennsylvania newspaper) written by Adrian Ashfield originally published here. It is republished on E-Cat World in full with the author’s permission. Cold Fusion, now called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), took a large step forward on Black Friday Nov. 24, 2017, […]

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Thanks to a reader for sending me a link to an announcement from the MIT Club of Northern California about an address to be given by Dr. Peter Hagelstein, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT at the office of DLA Piper (a law firm) in Palo Alto, California on November 14th. […]

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The following post was submitted by Axil Axil Regarding the story as follows: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/12093545/Return-of-incandescent-light-bulbs-as-MIT-makes-them-more-efficient-than-LEDs.html Return of incandescent light …

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The IEEE Meeting on “LENR Phenomena and Potential Applications” with Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Louis DeChiaro was on Sept. 23 at Teradyne in North Reading, Massachusetts. It was sponsored by the Boston Reliability Chapter and ESD Group (Electro-Static Discharge). LENRIA attended and captured these photos. “The meeting registration had reached capacity and online registration …

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An article on the MIT News website announces a new design for a ‘compact tokamak’ nuclear fusion reactor designed at the Plasma Science and Fusion Center at MIT. The reduction in size is said to be made possible by employing advanced superc…

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Thanks to Sanjeev for posting about this on the Always Open thread. There’s a very interesting post on Vessela Nikolova’s E-Cat the New Fire blog which reports about an interview with Concetta La Gatta, daughter of Eng. Antonio La Gatta, fo…

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Read original article by Marianne Macy on Infinite-Energy.com. Hagelstein and Tanzella’s Vibrating Copper Experiment by Marianne Macy MIT’s Prof. Peter Hagelstein, longtime contributor of cold fusion experimental and theoretical work, knows a thing or two about X-rays. In the 1980s he was a 24-year old-prodigy when he worked for hydrogen bomb creator Edward Teller at …

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Ma visto che in Italia, va tutt’ora di moda disquisire tanto sul sesso degli angeli quanto sull’esistenza o meno della fusione fredda, mi sembra opportuno tradurre nella nostra lingua un report …

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Thanks very much to Gordon Docherty for bringing this to my attention. There is a livestream of the LENR Cold Fusion 101 class that is taking place at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA. The course is led by Dr. Peter Hagelste…

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Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments starts tomorrow morning 10:30AM Cambridge-time Tuesday, January 20 on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and runs through Friday, January 23. LIVESTREAM ON ColdFusionNow Youtube Channel google+ here! Led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of MIT and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc, the …

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The following is a google-translated and slightly modified Press Release from Open Power Association at hydrobetatron.org. The original in Italian is here. ************************************* We are honored to be able to announce that Prof. Francesco Celani officially will collaborate with Open Power! Francesco Celani, besides being always our friend as well as an esteemed scientist, is …

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Il 2015 si presenta gia’ come un anno molto effervescente per quanto riguarda la ricerca sulla fusione fredda e sulle LENR. Gia’ da gennaio si parte con due eventi di rilievo: a Oxford il 10 e 11 gennaio con la conferenza “Low Energy Nano…

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