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Successful Cold Fusion/LANR Demonstration at MIT – Again

The JET Energy Solid State NANOR ‘IAP Cold Fusion/LANR Demonstration’ Continuously Operated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge Massachusetts for One Month! “For hot fusion and particle physicists and students, the background (input) are the blue (control) and green (NANOR), and the foreground (output, read off the left) are the red curves (control … Continue reading Successful Cold Fusion/LANR Demonstration at MIT – Again

Infinite Energy Magazine publishes 100th issue

I finally got my hardcopy of Infinite Energy magazine. I’m on the road, with mail forwarded here and there, so there was a delay in the November/December issue. Even though selected articles are available on their website for free, there’s nothing like having it in hand to take around. It’s the 100th issue! Infinite Energy … Continue reading Infinite Energy Magazine publishes 100th issue

SRI International: “What happened to cold fusion?”

Dr. Michael McKubre, long-time researcher in cold fusion from the SRI lab in Menlo Park, California speaks to the public on the subject at Cafe Scientifique. This is the first of eight separate Youtubes, all entitled “What happened to cold fusion?” Dr. McKubre describes two main branches of the science, electro-chemical palladium-dueterium PD-D and nickel-hydrogen … Continue reading SRI International: “What happened to cold fusion?”

Starting 2012 with Cold Fusion 101

A new short course on cold fusion science and technology sponsored by the Engineering and Computer Science departments at Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be held in January 2012 during institute’s Independent Activities Period. Designed for MIT students, Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments addresses the early history of cold fusion … Continue reading Starting 2012 with Cold Fusion 101