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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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The Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments course will run again on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) over the IAP winter break Tuesday through Friday Jan. 20-23, 2015. Professor Peter Hagelstein of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc., will …

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvvCOMXx4FQ La necessita’ di impiegare nuove energie alternative pulite ed economiche ha creato un settore sempre piu’ in evoluzione e ormai numerose aziende e centri di ricerca han deciso di dedicare a questa impre…

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A press release from MIT describes work being done there in the development of a new type of solar panel that uses a thermophotovoltaic system — i.e. a way of converting all solar energy into heat which in turn produces an electric current. The a…

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Book Review of The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction by Nikita Alexandrov, President of Permanetix Corporation, was originally published in Infinite Energy Magazine issue #117 September/October 2014 and is reproduced here. Dr. Edmund Storms, one of the foremost experts in cold fusion/LENR research has recently published a new book titled The Explanation of Low …

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A press published today from the MIT News Office which I think could be of interest to people here: Steam from the sun: New spongelike structure converts solar energy into steam. A new material structure developed at MIT generates steam by soaking up t…

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On the Journal of Nuclear Physics today Andrea Rossi was asked about what he thought the effects of his work might be on competitors — and what kinds of progress might be made in the field LENR field by others. Rossi responded: Ville Kanninen: It…

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The Borealis family of companies could convert popular cold fusion (LENR thermal) energy to desired electrical current at 50% to 80% Carnot efficiency with their Power Chips. This matches, and may nearly double, known industrial electricity production efficiencies. Then with their Chorus group of advanced polyphase induction motors they can provide every range of torque …

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Here’s a mention of the creation of a material which shows an interesting new use nickel. An article in the Times of India mentions researchers at MIT and Harvard have developed a 2-D material made from nickel and an organic compound called HI…

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Jed Rothwell has added the slideshow from the recent presentation by Hideki Yoshino and Tadahiko Mizuno at the cold fusion conference at MIT to his LENR-CANR.org site. Below is one slide that provides summary information of the testing they reported on…

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What’s the biggest secret today? That the world is on the verge of receiving a next-generation nuclear power technology that offers human civilization a clean, green technological future for all of Earth. As media theorist Marshall McLuhan wrote, “The biggest secrets are kept by public incredulity.” Oh the reward for opening your mind. Watch these … Continue reading 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT video files

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Find 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT up-to-date Full Coverage Here

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Francesco Celani illustra le sue slides al MIT (photo by world.std.com)

Mentre scrivo questo post Francesco Celani (INFN) è ancora negli USA, ripartirà alla volta di Roma solo domani sera. Si è trattenuto qualche giorno, per proficui scambi di i…

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Clean Planet, a Japanese startup has emerged as a possible leading LENR company after a presentation by the company’s CEO Hideki Yoshino at the LENR Colloquium at MIT. Mr. Yoshino gave a presentation about the […]

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