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Andrea Rossi has been posting recently about a contract Leonardo Corporation has made with a customer (unidentified) for a 40 MW E-Cat installation. Rossi states that the plant is already under construction, although he says that they have not yet decided whether it will be using SK or QX reactors.  He says they are still […]

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Bloomberg News is reporting today that Marathon Petroleum Corp has agreed to buy US refining company Andeavor in a $23.3 billion deal making Marathon the biggest independent refining company in the United States. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-30/marathon-to-buy-andeavor-in-23-3-billion-u-s-oil-refining-deal The main reason for bringing this up here is there is connection between Andeavor and Andrea Rossi. William S. Hurley, a […]

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The following post has been submitted by Greg Goble. This article has also been posted here. The government of the United States of America has filed many ‘cold fusion’ LENR patents. These LENR patents take time to develop, often a number of years, before being filed with a patent office; each being a tedious project […]

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The following post was originally published by Russ George on the Atom Ecology website here, and is reposted here with permission. December 21, 2017 An international team of physicists has just now “stumbled upon” an entirely new quantum material, which they have called “Weyl-Kondo semi-metal”. In these quirky materials scientists don’t necessarily have the theories […]

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All of a sudden anomalous technology is front and center in the mainstream news. The New York Times on December 16 published an article about the Pentagon’s $22 million “Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification” program that investigated reports of UFO sightings. The program officially ended in 2012, but actually continued in secrecy led by Pentagon military […]

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If you read news about finance these days, it is impossible to miss the story of the massive run-up in value of Bitcoin over the last year. Its value has rise over 1000 per cent since the beginning of the year, and some people who have owned Bitcoin since its early creation have become multimillionaires. […]

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As if there wasn’t enough problems to be concerned about in today’s world, an additional threat which is not normally discussed in terms of national security — a nuclear EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack — was discussed yesterday (Oct. 12, 2017) at a congressional hearing before the US House of Representatives’ Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight […]

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Over the last few months we have witnessed numerous catastrophic natural disasters in the Caribbean, Mexico and United States. Destruction has been catastrophic leading to the loss of life and widespread damage to property; and some places are now in full-blown humanitarian crisis. These awful events alert us to just how flimsy the infrastructures of […]

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An article written by James Conca has been published on the Forbes website making a case that in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated parts of the gulf coast in the southern United States, nuclear power has proven to be the most resilient power generation source. The article is titled “”Hurricane Harvey Makes […]

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An article in Scientific American reports that recent experiments carried out in the United States, Switzerland and Japan suggest that three particles: electrons, muons and tau leptons maybe violating the Standard Model, which scientists say could lead to a huge and revolutionary shakeup in the world of physics “The evidence comes from electrons and their […]

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Since climate change is front and center in the news, after President Trump announced that the United States’ withdrawl from the Paris Climate Accord, I thought it might be appropriate to broach the topic here. Andrea Rossi has made a lengthy com…

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The world’s appetite for electricity is about to increase dramatically. Tesla is planning to unveil an electric semi-truck as early as September and Volkswagen is planning a vast network of filling stations for electric cars in the United States. “…

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There is some disturbing new evidence of climate change in the United States. A drought and devastating wildfires in the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains in March something I have never heard of before. Over one million acres were of land were cons…

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An agency that advises the commanders of the United States military on future weapons technology issued a report that recommends more research into Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR). The Defense Threat Reduction Agency; or DTRA, issued a report entitl…

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An article in the New York Times today looks at a growing support from officials in the United State for maintaining the nuclear power industry, mainly because they see the environmental benefits from keeping a non-greenhouse gas emitting power source …

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