To estimate how the emergence of LENR in the market place will predictable impact the US economy, it is best to study the known effects higher oil prices have. US demand for oil arises from demand for the products that are made from it. When the price of petroleum products increases, consumers use more of … Continue reading The Emergence of LENR and it’s Predictable Effect on the Economy →
Proposed new currency would be backed by E-Cat energy
A new effort to address both the ensuing global economic meltdown and an impending energy revolution sparked by Andrea A. Rossi‘s E-Cat technology has been initiated by the organisation Xecnet, Ltd [visit] of the U.K. According to their website, Xecnet is a corporate consultancy that implements the “GEM (Global Enterprise Model) in organizations”, where “company … Continue reading Proposed new currency would be backed by E-Cat energy →
Could Cold Fusion Surpass Other Renewable Energies?
This is the question posed by Paul Bennett, a PhD Student in Economics at George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia. Bennett has started to guest blog on a trustworthy news site called E Cat World and each post will deal with a question perta…
An Economist Looks at the E-Cat (Part Two): Will the E-Cat Create Jobs?
This is the second post in a series written by Paul Bennett, PhD candidate in economics at George Mason University. Will the E-Cat Create Jobs? This is very difficult to predict – at least in the short run. There is some evidence that technology improvements initially have a negative effect on the overall economy, but …