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The MIT IAP Cold Fusion 101 course taught by Dr. Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz was attended by Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of Alien Scientist and all five days of science lectures are posted on the Cold Fusion Now Youtube channel. Now, Jeremy has put together a video summarizing the state of the … Continue reading “The Cold Fusion Revolution is Here – Time to Change the World”

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Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments began Monday, January 27, 2014 for a week of classes led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy. Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of AlienScientist.com is attending and filming the lectures for a second year … Continue reading 2014 Cold Fusion 101 video lectures

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SeriousScience.org has posted a video of Dr. Peter Hagelstein of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discussing the Pons & Fleischmann Experiment and its implications for nuclear physics. Hagelstein will be conducting an IAP course Cold Fusion 101 on the MIT campus beginning January 27-31 with collaborator Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, developer of the … Continue reading Peter Hagelstein on the Fleischmann-Pons Experiment

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An interesting video has been posted recently on the Serious Science website which features Dr. Peter Hagelstein, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT talking about cold fusion, and why it is such a problem […]

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The 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium will be held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday March 21-23, 2014 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA USA. Nearby Hotels and Lodging for CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT [.pdf] This event will mark the 25th anniversary of the announcement of the discovery of cold fusion by Drs. Martin Fleischmann … Continue reading 2014 LANR/CF Colloquium marks 25th Anniversary of New Energy Breakthrough

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The IAP course on cold fusion co-taught by Drs. Peter Hagelstein and Mitchell Swartz is scheduled to run again in 2014 for a third year in a row. Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments will be held on campus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) January 27-January 31 at 10:30AM-1:30PM … Continue reading MIT IAP Cold Fusion 101 to run again

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Having just wrapped up the week long 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion, some post thoughts and take-aways are beginning to form, and likely will continue in the days to come, as the decompression from the conference and related travel begin to take shape. The Hours, Long. The conference itself was excellent, though in actual … Continue reading ICCF-18 Post Thoughts: Long Hours, High Spirits, and The Young Guns

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“We may say that according to the general theory of relativity space is endowed with physical qualities.      -In this sense-        -Therefore-   There exists an ether.” – Albert Einstein     Way Back In 1989, the popular yet controversial Cold Fusion ‘Fleischmann and Pons Effect’, challenged the notions of theoretical physicists of the … Continue reading Aether the Theory of Relativity and LENR Energy

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The following is a rough translation from Google of what appears to be a presentation published as a pdf at Borderlands.de. Borderlands seems to report on fringe science and the Swiss company Transaltec AG – an eCat licensee is among the links on their homepage. The pdf is here and includes some familiar images. I put this [...]

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Multiple independent labs are racing to produce a commercial product based on the Fleischmann-Pons Heat Effect (FPHE), most working quietly in their labs. But since the public demonstration of Andrea Rossi‘s E-Cat in January 2011, we’ve witnessed on the global theater the grueling process of actualizing a revolutionary technology. It has been amazing to watch. … Continue reading Pre-loaded hydrogen fuel an engineering answer for efficiency, ease and safety

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Today’s successes in cold fusion energy generators have been hard-won by trial and error, with each system developed by a select criteria amassed over years of painstaking success and failure. Ironically, the many labs with commercial prototypes each follow a different mental model of how their system works, a problem for developing a technology, as … Continue reading Crack hypothesis gets community response

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1973 Nobel laureate Dr. Brian Josephson responded to the April 3 New York Times letter Invitation to a Dialogue: Action on the Climate by Robert W. Fri asking for social scientists to become more engaged in promoting low-cost energy alternatives. Fri is Chairman of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences’ Alternative Energy Future project … Continue reading New energy solution from Nobel laureate ignored by NYTimes

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Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments lectures by Dr. Peter Hagelstein now with enhanced audio compliments uploadJ. What follows are Jeremy Rys‘ classroom video series with the processed audio track by uploadJ. Watch the second week’s lectures with JET Energy engineer and co-teacher Dr. Mitchell Swartz, who describes experimental results on their NANOR technology … Continue reading Peter Hagelstein Intro to Excess Power (with Enhanced Audio)

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For those who haven’t discovered it yet, I’d like to recommend an excellent article at the Cold Fusion Now web site reporting on the recent MIT Cold Fusion 101 short course that was put on by Drs. Peter Hagelstein and Mitchell Swartz. There…

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Photo courtesy Cold Fusion Times. Watch Cold Fusion 101 Week 1 lectures with Professor Peter Hagelstein here. This video features course co-teacher Dr. Mitchell Swartz speaking on the experimental research done by his company JET Energy as they develop the NANOR cell. Demonstration of Excess Heat from a JET Energy NANOR at MIT [.pdf] is … Continue reading Cold Fusion 101 2nd Week Summary with Dr. Mitchell Swartz

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