NASA LENR Research

Some of the inner workings behind the decision to fund LENR research at NASA have now been revealed. There are no great shock-waves and no-one should get carried away into seeing things that are not there or implied. Even so, in answering Keith Cowing’s questions (published on the NASAWatch site) Dennis Bushnell and Joe Zawodny […]

NASA’s Zawodny On Camera – Updated

Update: First impressions point to an awareness drive from the Langley Research Centre. Thanks to Frost in the eCatNews comments section, we learn that Dennis Bushnell, LaRC’s chief scientist, has also posted on LENR in what appears to be a coordinated effort. After summarising his position, he calls for resources to be allocated to the […]

Zawodny on NASA: Full Support For Project

Updated:   NASA scientist Joe Zawodny was at centre stage a few days ago, first for his star role in NASA’s first public-facing video extolling the real potential of cold fusion and then for posting a personal reply on his blog that appeared (as some interpreted it) an attempt to dampen over zealous extrapolations from […]

Zawodny Clarifies NASA Video

A few days ago, many of us saw the release of the NASA/Zawodny video as an evident shift in that organisation’s public-facing stance on ‘cold fusion’ (by whatever name). Its star, Joe Zawodny has just posted an important and personal view in an attempt to stop people jumping ahead of themselves. The core points follow […]

Review of NASA/ Zawodny US patent application published October 20, 2011

The following is a further posting in a series of articles by David French, a patent attorney with 35 years experience, which will review patents of interest touching on the field of Cold Fusion. November 21, 2011 –The National Aeronautics and Space Administration – NASA has taken the initiative to file a patent application at the … Continue reading Review of NASA/ Zawodny US patent application published October 20, 2011