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An interesting post by Tom Kaminski on this thread: In March, 2016 the local IEEE Section toured the central heating/cooling plant for the University of Wisconsin, Madison campus. It produces roughly 300 MW of steam and could also use steam-turbine driven chillers for chilled water. The site was recently converted from coal to natural gas […]

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Cold Fusion Now! attended the 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-21 held June 3-8 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, US and captured video and snapshots of the event. Pages summarizing the presentations are currently under construction, but take a peek at Monday and Tuesday’s summaries enhanced with audio files …

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Cold Fusion Now! is attending the 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-21 here in Fort Collins, Colorado US. Steve Katinsky and David J. Nagel of LENRIA organized the entire event, working overtime to make this happen. Colorado State University is beautiful and the attendees are happy with the venue. Yours truly arrived …

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I don’t normally get involved in broad societal issues on this site, but I have been reading about an issue that has caught my attention which I think could affect the sharing of information on sites like E-Cat World. The European Union is in the process of revising copyright laws, and many people are alarmed […]

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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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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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In comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics over the last couple of days, Andrea Rossi seems to have confirmed that his first partner is in the food industry. Here are some questions and answers on the subjects: Mitch April 8, 2018 at 4:36 AM Dr Andrea Rossi: I think that the food industry is […]

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An article on CNBC reports that Saudi Arabia has plans to build 16 nuclear reactors in a effort to reduce its consumption of its own oil. According to the World Nuclear Association, one fourth of Saudi Arabia’s oil production is consumed domestically, and 65 per cent of its electricity is generated by oil-burning power stations. […]

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I thought this was an interesting post by ECW reader Bruno who has attempted an estimate of the cost of a 1MW E-Cat QX industrial plant based on Andrea Rossi’s comment that the return on investment (ROI) would be less than two years. With current US natural gas prices, the fuel cost is approximately $20/MW-hr […]

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An article in the Los Angeles Times looks at a company called NuScale Power (http://www.nuscalepower.com/ ) which is working on developing small (50 MW) nuclear fission reactors that they hope will prove to form nuclear power plants of the future. The reactors are designed to be modular, so multiple reactors can be combined together to […]

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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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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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The following post has been submitted by Mason Ainsworth The recent Stockholm demonstration astounded me. By design, intuition, or simple luck, Rossi appears to be taking advantage of, if not pushing Big Oil towards a fracturing of a sense of coalition by presenting the means for attaining and possibly maintaining a competitive advantage for many […]

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Unified Gravity Corporation is a Morgan Hill, California company that claims a method of creating energy through a proton-lithium fusion method using hydrogen and nickel as fuel, for which they have applied for a US patent. UGC’s stated mission “replace hydrocarbon-based energy with affordable, clean and safe fusion energy all around the world” I haven’t […]

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