LENR is Not So Easy, But Worth the Effort

For many years now we have seen various efforts to demonstrate clear LENR reactions in an open setting, and so far this has proven to be a rather elusive goal. The recent attempt by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project to test a reactor of Me356 is another disappointment which leaves many questions unanswered. My takeaway […]
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MFMP and Me356 Testing — Monday, May 29

Here’s a new thread for another day of testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project who are going again to visit Me356. From the testing so far, there has been no clear evidence that Me356 has a working LENR reactor. Me356 has posted some comments on the previous thread explaining that he has been working […]
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MFMP and Me356 Testing — Saturday May 27

Here is a new thread for a new day of potential testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of Me356’s claimed LENR system. Friday’s testing did not show excess energy from the sparge testing, and the MFMP had planned to return today for continued work. There have some posts by Bob Greenyer on the previous […]
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MFMP and Me356 Testing — Saturday May 27

Here is a new thread for a new day of potential testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of Me356’s claimed LENR system. Friday’s testing did not show excess energy from the sparge testing, and the MFMP had planned to return today for continued work. There have some posts by Bob Greenyer on the previous […]
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Friday May 26, MFMP Testing Me356 LENR Reactor

Here’s a new thread dedicated to the actual testing by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project of the claimed LENR reactor that has been built by researcher “Me356”. Recent posts have dealt with the preparation the MFMP team has been making for the testing, but I thought it would be appropriate to start a new thread […]
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MFMP on Site Preparing for Me356 Testing

The latest updates from the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project report that they are getting things set up for testing of the Me356 LENR system. The team of Bob Greenyer, Alan Goldwater, Ryan Hunt and Brian Albiston are now on site somewhere in the Czech Republic (the exact location has not been reported). The best information I […]
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Brilliant Light Power’s Initial Commercial Launch to be a “Thermal” SunCell

The following post has been submitted by Dr. Mike Brilliant Light Power’s Initial Commercial Launch to be a “Thermal” SunCell 5/21/2017 According to Brilliant Light Power’s website:  https://brilliantlightpower.com/ , their initial commercial launch will now be a “thermal” SunCell with the electrical SunCell based on concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) cells to follow sometime later.  (Their new plan […]
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Issues With Metal Plasma (Axil Axil)

The following post has been submitted by Axil Axil It might be that the LENR reaction wants to run hot at just below 3000C. This could be why Rossi has had problems with burnouts over the years when the balance between cooling applied to the LENR react...
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Australia and China Collaborate on Fusion

Australia National University (ANU) and the University of South China have embarked upon a major hot fusion research effort. ANU will ship the H1 Heliac stellerator from its Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility to China later this year. The device is currently kept in Canberra, Australia’s capitol. Once in China it will be the first [...]