Dopo la presenza di Tom Darden (uno dei fondatori della Industrial Heat) alla ICCF19, diciannovesima International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, tenutasi a Padova a meta’ aprile, poche novita’ di rilievo ci sono giunte da ...
The following post was submitted by Gerard McEk Already 3 years ago, shortly before my retirement in 2012, I was allowed to give a presentation for my colleagues about LENR. At that time Andrea Rossi’s Hot-cat had not been tested by a third party, but he frequently vaunted his progress on the internet. Brillouin and […]
Cherokee Partners’ CEO Tom Darden’s funding of low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) research is more extensive than previously revealed. Darden is the man behind Industrial Heat which purchased Andrea Rossi’s ecat technology last year. Unfortunatel...
The following post was submitted by Hank Mills. San Diego’s General Atomic’s is providing the ITER reactor a critical component: a seven story, one thousand ton electromagnet (see story here: http://m.utsandiego.com/news/2015/apr/11/fusion-reactor-atomics/). This enormous piece of equipment will help contain the superheated plasma which is needed to allow deuterium and tritium – two isotopes of hydrogen […]
Thanks to Pelgrim for finding this: There has been a lot of discussion regarding a repeated pattern found in the temperature traces in Alexander Parkhomov’s most recent report which indicated that certain parts of it had been cut and pasted. Today on Facebook a reader named Stefano Marcellini reported a communication he has had with […]
Thanks to artefact for posting about this article in the Always On thread. An article in Science Daily discusses research that has been carried out at University College in London to try and understand how Li-ion batteries occasionally overheat and go into a ‘thermal runaway’ state. The US Federal Aviation Administration has carried out tests […]
Tom Wind, president of Wind Utility Consulting in Jamaica, Iowa, and president and founding board member of the Energy 2.0 Society gave a public presentation on April 26, “The Advance of Low Energy Nuclear (LENR) Technology”, at the Earthfest Ecofair in Rochester, Minnesota. We had an audience of about 15 people which included, to my […]
Thanks to Bob Greenyer for pointing out this live replication effort that is going by someone going by the name of Firax Tech, in an unidentified location (but the experimenter seems to be a Russian speaker). The author is commenting in the Youtube chat box, and so some details have been given. Thanks to Sanjeev for putting […]
The following post was submitted by Axil Axil The greatest mystery associated with LENR and the hardest question to answer is how nuclear energy production can occur without gamma ray emissions and unstable isotope production. This most puzzling behavior of the LENR reaction could well be explained by a newly discovered but experimentally verified Quantum […]
https://www.facebook.com/MartinFleischmannMemorialProject/posts/952626724768027?comment_id=952888898075143 The above referenced analysis describes the amount of increase or decrease in the masses of the various components of the fuel change. Certain components of the fuel increased and others components decreased. This analysis also speculates about how these changes in masses of the various fuel and ash components might be brought about by […]