So, Does the E-Cat Work as Rossi Claims? (Poll)

There’s been a lot of information dumped into the public domain recently, mostly through the court case, but we have also had the new Rossi/Gullstroem paper published. I thought it might be interesting to put up a poll of what readers thing after all the information has come out so far. It’s of course non-scientific, […]

British Academic Calls For UK to Back Cold Fusion Research

Thanks to the readers who pointed out an article from the Scotsman newspaper yesterday written by Dr Tony Trewavas, Professor Emeritus of the University of Edinburgh, and a member of Scientific Alliance Scotland. Dr. Trewavas worked in the field of biology until his retirement from the The title of the article is “UK Should be […]
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Rossi v. IH — Final Penon Report Published in Court Documents (Among Many Others); “Plant Consistently Produced Energy that is at Least Six Times Greater than the Energy Consumed”

There have been a great number of new documents posted in the Rossi v. Industrial Heat case. Over the last day documents 194-207, along with many accompanying exhibits, have been added to the court docket, and they can all be read here: (thanks again to Eric Walker for making them available). I have not had […]
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Live: MFMP Begin Automated Ni + LiAlH4 Experiment (Update: Test Restarted)

UPDATE (Mar 31, 2017) Thanks to Bob Greenyer for reporting that Bob Higgins’ experiment is back up and running after shutting down for repairs (a leak in the reactor as I understand). His data is being posted here: Bob adds that user ‘Can’ from LENR Forum is graphing the data here: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks […]

New Paper By Rossi and Gullström Reports QuarkX Experiment — Calculated COP >22,000

A new paper has been published on titled “Nucleon polarizability and long range strong force from σI=2 meson exchange potential”. The authors listed are Carl-Oscar Gullström and Andrea Rossi; report available here: The physics involved are very complicated, and I will not attempt to critique it. However there is a very interesting experimental […]
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Battery Researchers Mystified by New Goodenough Paper on Solid State Battery (“It’s Kind of Like Cold Fusion”)

Thanks to readers who brought my attention to an interesting development in the world of battery research and development. On February 28th, 2017, the University of Texas at Austin published a press release announcing that a team led by John Goodenough, professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering had made a breakthrough by developing “first […]
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Drought and Wildfires in the United States

There is some disturbing new evidence of climate change in the United States. A drought and devastating wildfires in the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains in March something I have never heard of before. Over one million acres were of land were consumed by fires in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas early in March, [...]

MFMP Introduce Indian ECCO LENR Project with Claimed COP of 8

The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has posted new details about the ECCO project, built and operated by a team in India. The MFMP states that if confirmed through MFMP verification, ECCO will be the “the first fully described / open working New Fire technology in this epoch.” More information can be found at this dedicated […]
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