Water Behavior Surprises — Freezing at High Temperatures in Carbon Nanotubes

There is an interesting article from the MIT News Office which reports on research done by a team of scientists there who have found that water behaves in a highly unexpected way when confined in tiny spaces inside carbon nanotubes. From the article here: http://news.mit.edu/2016/carbon-nanotubes-water-solid-boiling-1128 It’s a well-known fact that water, at sea level, starts […]
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Scientific American: LENR ‘May Have Legit Results’

Scientific American has reprinted the article covering LENR/SunCell written by Steven K. Ritter which was recently published in the American Chemical Society’s Chemical and Engineering News. The only change that I can find is that it has a new title and subtitle: “Cold Fusion Lives On, with Experiments Creating Energy When None Should Exist; The […]

The Final Result of “E-capture” (Gerhard Hunf)

The following post has been submitted by Gerhard Hunf The final result of “e-capture” The direct result of an “e-capture” is an “element shift”. The reason for this is the conversion of a nuclear proton into a neutron. This process is always endothermic (+ Δm). Examples for this are: Hydrogen to the neutron; Nickel to […]

Fund Manager Invests $39.94 Million in LENR

The United Kingdom’s most respected manager has invested nearly $40 million in low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) research and nobody noticed. Neil Woodford CBE invested £32 million ($39.94 million) of his clients’ money in Industrial Heat’s LENR research efforts, The Financial Times (Britain’s equivalent to The Wall Street Journal) reported. Woodford is one of the [...]

Financial Times Reports on Woodford’s Investment in Industrial Heat and Cold Fusion

An article in the Alphaville section of the Financial Times (see here — free registration required to read it) reports on the approximately $50 million investment of British investment manager Neil Woodford in Industrial Heat in May 2015. The author of article, Kadhim Shubber, is very skeptical that cold fusion could work at all, based […]

Russian LENR Seminar Reports

Thanks to Peter Gluck on his Ego Out website we can see the list of presentations made at a recent seminar held on November 24 at the People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia. Peter lists the program as follows: Program of the day: 1. 16.00-16.10 Alexander Alexeevich Prosvirnov (VNIIAES- All Russia Scientific Researh Institute for […]
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On the Cooling of the QuarkX

Thanks to Bernie Koppenhofer for highlighting this interesting exchange from the Journal of Nuclear Physics that seems to shed some light on the role of the control system with the QuarkX modules. Andrea Rossi has reported recently that they have had to cut the power rating (from 100W to 20W), and increase the volume of […]
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Rossi on Resolved QuarkX Problems

A little status update from Andrea Rossi was posted on the Journal of Nuclear Physics yesterday, in response to a question about what problems they have resolved with the QuarkX over the last six months. He wrote: Andrea Rossi November 21, 2016 at 8:10 PM Rosenbur: Thank you for your comment. We had many problems […]
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