Rossi: Sigma 5 Has Been Achieved

Today on the Journal of Nuclear Physics Andrea Rossi made this announcement: Andrea Rossi November 11, 2017 at 7:00 AM JPR: We reached Sigma 5. Now preparing for the demo. Warm Regards, A.R. This has been an important goal for Rossi for around a year now, and something he has been extremely focused on, although […]
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New excited levels of the bottom and anti bottom mesons in integral charge quark SUSY

by U.V.S. Seshavatharam Honorary faculty, I-SERVE Alakapuri, Hyderabad-35, AP, India E-mail: seshavatharam.uvs@gmail.com . Prof. S. Lakshminarayana Dept. of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University Visakhapatnam-03, AP, India E-mail: lnsrirama@yahoo.com . Read the whole article Download the ZIP file . Introduction On 21 December 2011 a new meson of rest energy 10.530±0.005 GeV was detected in CERN – LHC and the ATLAS detector. This new meson, known as χb (3p), consists of two parts [...]

LENR Conferences In Sight

These days, a conference on LENR is being held at the College of William and Mary. Located in Williamsburg, VA in the U.S., this symposium features speakers that are familiar to the LENR...E-Cat Report - getting ready for the Energy Catalyzer

Mitsubishi-Toyota LENR Transmutation

A number of eCatNews posters have questioned the lack of attention given to the Mitsubishi -Toyota results cited in Celani’s recent CERN presentation. Given the date on the linked pdf (2002) and the pedigree of the organisations involved, it is curious that such (apparently) strong evidence of low energy nuclear transmutation (from Cs to Pr) has not given LENR-denouncers pause for thought. I place the link here to focus attention in the hope that our resident experts might help us understand why the evidence for LENR ( including these transmutation results and more) does not spark a change in attitude. Given such a change and considering where LENR could lead us as a species, surely it is criminally stupid not to give the field some real attention and public backing?

The pdf in question

[With thanks to Shane D and Spacegoat]

CERN Has A LENR Colloquium

Settle in, CERN the multinational research group based in Europe had a colloquium on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions last Thursday.  There was no big news, but there is interesting news out of Japan.  The file downloads are a treasure trove of useful information. To start is the 40-page PDF presentation by Yogendra Srivastava from the [...]

Il gran ritorno della “cold fusion”

A 23 anni dall’affossamento della scoperta di Fleischmann e Pons si torna a parlare anche in ambito scientifico di Fusione Fredda, o meglio di LENR (low energy nuclear reactions). L’hanno fatto al CERN di Ginevra i fisici Francesco Celani  e Yogendra Srivastava:“La Barriera di Coulomb, che impedisce ai protoni con carica positiva di avvicinarsi a un nucleo di un atomo anch’esso [...]