Report: US Dept. of Defense Running BLP SunCell (Cashmemorz)

The following comment was posted by Cashmemorz on the Always Open thread.

“Department of Defense has a Suncell running on its premises as a licensee”:
by July 21,2019:
according to Navid Sadikali (CEO at in the first segment on a talk show at:

then scroll down to “End Of Petroleum talks Hydrino Energy – Live on Freedom Talk Live July 21, 2019”

[Quote by Navid Sadikali from the radio interview at 10:55 mark: “They have a reactor running at the US Military DoD as a licensee, so, that’s already running”]

It is finally happening, the Suncell is being used by a commercial or military client. Who has Rossi signed on, openly?

I communicated with Navid. He was involved with Brett Holverstott in writing a book about Mills: “Randell Mills and The Search for Hydrino Energy” one of several books about Mills and the Grand Unified Theory-Classical Physics. I have been asked what I am doing to get GUT-CP accepted by the academics in physics. Navid is the one actually doing something about that.

Mills knows the actual mechanisms involved in the E-Cat. No need to keep looking around at all of the various hypotheses being proposed elsewhere and waste any more time on that aspect of the E-Cat or its variants. By joining forces, that is what will break through the impasse formed by the physics community against GUT-CP and the device on Brilliant Light and Power and on sites such as this one as well.

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Parkhomov Paper: “LENR as a Manifestation of Weak Interactions”

Thanks to Bob Greenyer for bringing attention to a new paper published by Alexander Parkhomov in the Journal of Unconventional Science titled “LENR as a Manifestation of Weak Interactions”.

The article is in Russian here:

Bob has published a rough English translation here:

Here is the English translated abstract:

The small neutrino (antineutrino) mass makes it possible to generate them intensively as a result of collisions of particles of matter during thermal motion. The resulting neutrinos (antineutrinos) have an energy of about 0.1 eV. With such an energy, the De Broglie wavelength is about 5 microns. This means that a huge number of atoms are involved in nuclear weak interactions, which makes the effects of nuclear transformations involving neutrinos (anti-neutrinoes) really observable. Considering the thermal generation of neutrinos as the basis for nuclear transformations in the LENR process allows us to explain a number of features of this phenomenon.

Bob has also published a video discussing the paper here:

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“Preliminary Notes On Mizuno/Rothwell Experiment R20” (MFMP Live Document)

Alan Goldwater of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project is getting ready to make an attempt to replicate the Mizuno R20 reactor as described in the recent Mizuno-Rothwell paper.

In true live open science fashion, he has a live document available to report on his activities which can be accessed here:

Alan reports that he has been supplied with nickel mesh from Jed Rothwell that is identical to that used by Mizuno, and it has been examined using EDS/SEM, and the procedures for preparation described by Mizuno have been followed as closely as possible.

I am sure that Alan will be interested in comments from people following his progress

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Video — OHMA : 10 Yen vs Ohmasa Gas (Bob Greenyer)

The following post was made by Bob Greenyer.

Is there anything odd going on?

Note in the clip where the coin is about to touch the PTFE, there is

– a fireball that appears to go upwards, then after the contact
– an ejection that forms a ball on ground then
– there is a blue green flame coming from the PTFE

Also, at one point, shortly after the coin is exposed to the gas, there is a sudden ‘flash’ which appears to make the metal disappear from the coin, making the hole.

Is this the same kind of ‘Flash’ as observed in Browns tests in 1990s which got rid of radio-active isotopes?

“Using a slice of radioactive Americium … Brown melted it together on a brick with small chunks of steel and Aluminum … After a couple of minutes under the flame, the molten metals sent up an instant flash in what Brown says is the reaction that destroys the radioactivity.”

Could it be that copper, with its high conductivity, could be acting in a similar electron-like-structure supportive role as Aluminium did in Browns experiments?

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New Paper: “Elliptical Tracks: Evidence for Superluminal Electrons?” (Keith Fredricks)

Thanks to Jonas Matuzas for posting about a new article posted on the Preprints website, a venue for publishing scientific papers which are “pre-screened”, but not peer reviewed.

The article is authored by Keith Fredricks and is titled “Elliptical Tracks: Evidence for Superluminal Electrons?”, published on July 15th 2019.

Here is the abstract:

In the literature of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), particle tracks in photographic emulsions (and other materials) associated with certain electrical discharges have been reported. Some Russian and French researchers have considered these particles to be magnetic monopoles. These tracks correspond directly to tracks created with a simple uniform exposure to photons without an electrical discharge source. This simpler method of producing tracks supports a comprehensive exploration of particle track properties. Out of 750 exposures with this method, elliptical particle tracks were detected, 22 of which were compared to Bohr-Sommerfeld electron orbits. Ellipses fitted to the tracks were found to have quantized semi-major axis sizes with ratios of ≈n2/α2 to corresponding Bohr-Sommerfeld hydrogen ellipses. This prompts inquiry relevant to magnetic monopoles due to the n2/α2 force difference between magnetic charge and electric charge using the Schwinger quantization condition. A model using analogy with the electron indicates that the elliptical tracks could be created by a bound magnetically charged particle with mass mm = 1.45 × 10-3 eV/c2, yet with superluminal velocities. Using a modified extended relativity model, mm becomes the relativistic mass of a superluminal electron, with m0 = 5.11 × 10-3 eV/c2, the fine structure constant becomes a mass ratio and charge quantization is the result of two states of the electron.

The full text is available at the website, published under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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2003 Japanese Study of Pure Titanium Treated with Ohmasa Gas Show Element Synthesis and Production of Nanocarbon

Thanks to Bob Greenyer for sharing this post, and links:

Just got sent this, this afternoon

2003 Japanese Study of pure Titanium treated with Ohmasa Gas show element synthesis and production of Nanocarbon.

Large atomic % of Aluminium found around ‘burned’ hole, some signs of Cu production also.


Production of Al with N + Ti
Production of Cu with N + Ti

Production of Fe with N + Ti to Two Reactions

Production of Si with N + Ti

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Michael McKubre: “God Bless Google!”

Thanks to Jonas Matuzas for sharing a link to a new article in Infinite Energy magazine written by long-time CF/LENR/CMNS researcher Michael McKubre who writes about the Google-sponsored cold fusion research project that was recently covered in the journal Nature.

McKubre states that he is “delighted” that Google has been involved in this four-year research project, (he says he was himself involved in the early stages). He does not think that the Nature article is perfect, and points out what he sees as some flaws, but he believes that fact alone that the article has been published is of great importance to progress in the field. He writes:

“The existence of this publication is of immeasurable importance—just the fact that it exists and exists in Nature. Since their early rejection of “cold fusion,” many erstwhile practitioners have attempted, but none have passed the gates of Nature. I have written before that probably the most effective disincentive to research and researchers in the CMNS field is the perceived embargo of mainstream publication. That embargo is herewith lifted. The barrier is down. The door has not been opened fully and entrance broadly welcomed, but the nose of the camel is under the tent. Academics will be “allowed” to pursue their interests in the CMNS world, and many with high and relevant aptitude already have expressed interest in uncovering the secrets of nuclear processes in condensed matter.


“Our field is dying. Our average age increases nearly one year per year. I was 40 when we started in 1989 and near the peak of my career. Now I am 70 and retired. The problem is not just age and inactivity, it is unwillingness and inability to learn or change. We need fresh new ideas and perspe ctives and to incorporate technically modern concepts. We need to attract young people into our field! Google has done that, deliberately, by program design.”

McKubre quotes from the Nature articles in which the researchers, while not replicating the Pons/Fleischmann effect, saw things they did not expect to see, like detecting neutrons from D-D fusion, and this has been enough for the research team to want to continue their work. Overall, he is extremely pleased with this effort.

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New MFMP Video – “OHMA – Strange Radiation – The Causal structure”

Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has posted a new video which he says “is a real moment in our project’s history.”

He shows an image of a ‘strange radiation’ track that was taken from one of the Ohmasa vibrator plates from the lab of Ryoshu Ohmasa in Japan, and asks what could be the cause of this track. He then shows a mark from another Ohamsa vibrator plate and proposes that this could be the cause of the strange radiation track, if it were rotating around.

Bob says that he has ‘seen this before’, in an image taken of a palladium-deuterium system in a January 1993 article in Fusion Technology by Matsumoto. Bob says he thinks these ‘clusters’ strange radiation.

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MFMP Video: Ohmasa Vibration Technology — First Look and Demonstration.

Here’s a new video from the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project showing a demonstration of the Ohmasa vibration machines demonstrated to the MFMP’s Bob Greenyer and George Egeley by the inventor, Ryoshu Ohmasa at his laboratory in Japan.

It’s nice to see some footage of the things that Bob has been reporting about recently, as it allows for a clearer idea of what is going on. Apparently Mr. Ohmasa has told Bob that he will be able to have one (or more) of these devices to carry out further testing.

New MFMP Video — Vaporizing Tungsten at 220 C With ‘OHMASA Gas’

A new video has been published by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project in which Bob Greenyer and George Egeley show testing done in Japan with ‘OHMASA Gas’ which has been developed by Japanese inventor Mr. Ryushin Omasa.

At one point in this video passes a flame produced with this gas vaporizes a tungsten rod at a temperature of  around 220 C which is well below its melting point of 3422 C.

See the video below at about the 17 minute mark.

Bob has said that the MFMP has an agreement with Mr Omasa to receive their own device with which they can do further testing. Some have commented that this is HHO gas, but Bob believes that it is “EVO/Strange Radiation encapsulated matter”

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