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Edmund Storms on “Federal Support and the ‘Rossi Effect’

The testing of Andrea A. Rossi’s 1 Megawatt proto-type nickel-hydrogen reactor is underway in Bologna, Italy. Reportedly conducted for a customer from the US, there is limited access to the private event, although Sterling D. Allan from Pure Energy Systems is attending and will be posting his impressions here on E-Day: Tracking the 1MW Test. … Continue reading Edmund Storms on “Federal Support and the ‘Rossi Effect’

Mass Use of Cold Fusion in One Year – or Less

The spate of “mainstream” press on Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer has brought new pubic attention to the field of cold fusion/LENR/LENR research. Some of the recent articles include: Wired U.K. 2011/10/06 Cold Fusion rears its head as ‘E-Cat’ research promises to change the world. [link] Oilprice.com 2011/10/13 Are we on the Brink of an Energy … Continue reading Mass Use of Cold Fusion in One Year – or Less

Department of Energy policy continues to ignore revolutionary new energy

Keith Owens of Cold Fusion Energy, Inc. asked the Department of Energy DoE what their “stand” on cold fusion was. The response was a clear statement of their policy: cold fusion does not merit any attention: From: Afzal, Shahida [mailto:Shahida.Af…@science.doe.gov] On Behalf Of Opdenaker, Albert Sent: Monday, September 19, 2011 4:05 PM To: ‘Ke…@cfeis.com’ Subject: … Continue reading Department of Energy policy continues to ignore revolutionary new energy

Cold fusion economy supported by Greek government

“…SPIEGEL ONLINE has obtained information from German government sources knowledgeable of the situation in Athens indicating that Papandreou’s government is considering abandoning the euro and reintroducing its own currency.” [4] —Christian Reiermann Athens Mulls Plans for New Currency, Greece Considers Exit from Euro Zone Der Spiegel Online By indirections find directions out. — Shakespeare There … Continue reading Cold fusion economy supported by Greek government