Fleischmann Project Makes an Intriguing Statement

Our friends at the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP) have put an intriguing statement on their Facebook Page. Here it is: “What if you had a document that… - Showed nuclear synthesis without harmful radiation - had two catalysts, a big and a small one - could self-sustain - operated between familiar temperatures - had [...]

An Exciting Time for LENR

It is a rather interesting and very exciting time for low energy nuclear reaction (LENR). Perhaps the most exciting developments are the attempts to replicate and perhaps improve upon Andrea Rossi’s Lugarno demonstration of his ecat technology. Jack Cole who is described as a hobbyist reported that he has succeeded in achieving some sort of [...]

2014: The Year in Cold Fusion

2014 turned out to be a really exciting year in low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion even if we didn’t get the breakthrough we wanted. The field made progress and took some surprising twists and turns. The biggest and most important LENR story of the year had to be the entry of the [...]

Russ George on a Black Swan Taking Flight (Peter Gluck)

Thanks to Peter Gluck for bringing an interesting article to my attention written by Russ George, an environmentalist and long-time follower of cold fusion, and someone familiar with many of the researchers in the field — including Lowell Wood. On his Atom Ecology site, he has written a very interesting article about the recent visit […]

Lowell Wood and LENR

It was interesting to see that Bill Gates had with him on his visit to the ENEA labs in Italy, Lowell Wood, who is an astrophysicist and has served as a member of the director’s technical staff at the University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (UCLLNL). He is currently working as a professor at […]

LENR attracting a lot of Media Attention

Low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion has begun to attract a lot of media attention. I guess the media is finally picking up on all the developments in the field as of late. One of the best articles appeared in the American magazine Popular Science which published an article focusing on Andrea Rossi’s [...]

Current LENR Industry Reminiscent of Early Days of Computer Industry in Silicon Valley

A number of observers have noted that the current low energy nuclear reaction or cold fusion industry is reminiscent of the early days of the modern computer industry. These observers are right there are serious parallels between today’s LENR business and the computer business back in the 1970s. Until the 1970s computers had been the [...]