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Peter Hagelstein on the Fleischmann-Pons Experiment

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

Cold Fusion to usher in second Earthrise for “grand oasis”

Video: Earthrise: The 45th Anniversary NASA Goddard A new and powerful energy technology based on cold fusion will offer humanity a chance for a green technological future, one where all lifekind shares in the freedom of existence and Earth becomes the greatest work of art ever wrought. Our “grand oasis” is fated for a renaissance … Continue reading Cold Fusion to usher in second Earthrise for “grand oasis”

Stanley Pons’ Preface from J.P. Biberian’s La Fusion dans Tous ses États translated

Stanley Pons, co-discoverer of cold fusion, left the United States in 1991 amidst an unprecedented assault. Physicists wedded to the 100-year-old standard model of nuclear theory, and whose funding would be jeopardized by this seemingly simpler approach to energy production, ‘threw tantrums’ and attacked with vehemence. Steven E. Koonin, who left Caltech Institute to work … Continue reading Stanley Pons’ Preface from J.P. Biberian’s La Fusion dans Tous ses États translated

Sergio Focardi in Remembrance

Video by Ecat.com Sergio Focardi: This is an energy revolution Physicist Sergio Focardi of University of Bologna has crossed over. He was part of an early group that included Fracesco Piantelli and Roberto Habel who pioneered the generation of excess heat from Flesichmann-Pons cells using light-water and the metal nickel. He inspired and worked closely … Continue reading Sergio Focardi in Remembrance

Aether the Theory of Relativity and LENR Energy

“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

Letter to Nature on Martin Fleischmann released

On August 3, 2012 Dr. Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer of cold fusion, passed away in his home after a long illness. Obituaries produced by mainstream news outlets were nothing more than gross distortions of career that exemplified intellectual honesty and integrity. The science journal Nature was but one publication that mischaracterized Fleischmann’s work where author Philip … Continue reading Letter to Nature on Martin Fleischmann released

Did the 2004 US DoE review reject cold fusion?

No. “Cold fusion,” as reviewed in 2004, was primarily the Fleischmann-Pons Heat Effect, with palladium deuteride, through electrolytic or gas loading. The review panel was evenly split on the issue of anomalous heat, half considering the evidence for a heat anomaly “compelling.” The only direct evidence that the FP Heat Effect is “nuclear” is the … Continue reading Did the 2004 US DoE review reject cold fusion?

Brian Josephson safeguards historic contribution of Martin Fleischmann

U.K. University of Cambridge Professor Dr. Brian Josephson, winner of the Nobel Prize in 1973 for the Josephson Effect, wrote the fine obituary published in The Guardian honoring Dr. Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer of cold fusion who passed away earlier this year. Focusing on Fleischmann’s life’s work, the essay was not a defense of cold fusion, … Continue reading Brian Josephson safeguards historic contribution of Martin Fleischmann

“President Obama and Cold Fusion LENR” Is an October Surprise Immanent, Eminent, and Imminent? Part 2 U.S. Administration

“Address the Nation: LENR Power and Expansion into Space” This is an adaptation of a speech given by President John F. Kennedy. The original speech should be listened to before reading the adaptation. President Kennedy’s speech gives insight into the driving forces behind NASA and our continued space programs. That context is needed to understand … Continue reading “President Obama and Cold Fusion LENR” Is an October Surprise Immanent, Eminent, and Imminent? Part 2 U.S. Administration

University of Bologna – No Formal eCat Relationship

Two weeks ago, Andrea Rossi performed a Defkalion – painting himself into a corner so that we might believe a resolution to the eCat saga was in sight. Referring to  claimed successful tests on the hotcat, he told us on 11 August that they (the tests) would “… BE REPEATED OFFICIALLY WITHIN THE HALF OF OCTOBER […]

eCatNews Brief Pt 2

An independent look at Rossi’s eCat by novelist, Paul Story. A former physicist, Paul wrote this brief after months of wading through FUD and clutter trying to sift gold from shit. He has not decided to ‘believe’ yet, but thinks that the circumstantial evidence is so strong and the potential benefits so great that we need to pay attention.

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Honoring Martin Fleischmann

Obituaries The Telegraph New York Times Los Angeles Times Salt Lake Tribune Washington Post Philadelphia Inquirer reprint Peter Svensson Associated Press Too many obituaries like these continue the myth: that cold fusion is a phenomenon imagined in the minds of lesser scientists. (A shriekingly loud wailing erupts) Aaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrgghgghhhhh! O my peoples! Let us correct this … Continue reading Honoring Martin Fleischmann

The Deep Reach of Martin Fleischmann

“So, the puzzle looks approaching the resolution now. The long lasting excess heat phenomena, currently being observed by several groups in Japan, Italy, USA, etc., will be understood in the extension of their research. When we will trace inversely in time, we will find the original point of perspective in the Fleischmann-Pons work at 1989.” … Continue reading The Deep Reach of Martin Fleischmann