Defkalion LENR Demo Media Reviews and Opinions

        Ken has already covered our review so I thought it would be a good idea to do a round up of other media coverage and opinions. The following are excerpts from many media outlets and we have provided the links to teh full story. Defkalion had good...
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    Global CO2 emissions projected to stall in 2015

    I am an advocate for and feature articles on alternative energy, energy research and free energy developments.  I am concerned about air pollution (smog), lack of future energy resources, and the right for people to have inexpensive or energy independence. I have...
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    All Electric Porsche

    The Mission E concept, unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show today, Porsche says the car has a range of 310 miles and will accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in under 3.5 seconds.  The Mission E battery can reach 80 percent charge in just 15 minutes, which beats the Model S....
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      The 2014 Cold Fusion/Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reactions Colloquium was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from March 21-23, appropriately on the 25th anniversary of the cold fusion announcement by Pons and Fleischmann. Mitchell Swartz, Gayle...
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    Electric Bus: A New Era in Public Transportation

        With a  range of 250 kilometers, the bus can travel an entire day without recharging   The new bus, built by Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD and imported by Clal Motors, has maintenance costs that are 25 percent lower than its diesel counterpart,...
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    New Class of Materials for Organic Electronics

    Joint project details charge transport in polymeric carbon nitride for first time HELMHOLTZ-ZENTRUM BERLIN FÜR MATERIALIEN UND ENERGIE Polymeric carbon nitrides are organic compounds synthesised to form a yellow powder of a myriad of nanocrystals. The crystalline...
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    Some philosophy on work, and how we might get it for free

    Recently I’ve had a couple of people contact me with some ideas for how to get “free energy” using buoyancy. I’ve also reviewed some ideas using motors and generators, and explained why I don’t expect them to work either. It’s maybe...
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    Global Poverty Decline Yields Increased Energy Consumption

    Global Poverty reduced by 50% – Energy Consumption up Often one hears politicians of mostly self-proclaimed “progressive” signature claim that the rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer. I always have considered such statements highly suspect,...
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    Christmas Message and what cowards do

    This story is a little removed from our normal topics, but it is about humanity and the Christmas spirit I am far from a perfect person, believe me I could write a few pages on my bad traits. Some even call me a coward.  However there is one thing I am proud of of...
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    Week Two – Basic Electronics Principles

    [dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”perspective-center” width=”98%” height=”” background_color=”#ffffff” border_width=”1″ border_color=”#131753″ ]Warning: As always, you should have...
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    Cording to Bloomberg, continuing reductions in battery prices will bring the total cost of ownership of EVs below that for conventional-fuel vehicles by 2025, even with low oil prices. The electric vehicle revolution could turn out to be more dramatic than governments...
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    The New Electric VW Budd-e

    The Volkswagen Budd-e concept has been revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and previews an advanced new four-wheel drive electric powered MPV set to join its production car line-up in 2018. Described as a gateway to the future, the four-seat Budd-e...
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    Stop global warming by blocking the sun?

    There are quite a few people working on ideas and technologies to reduce global warming by blocking a small percentage of sunlight.  Engineer Hugh Hunt suggests that while blocking out the sun by spraying particles into the stratosphere won’t solve the CO2...
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    Ken Shoulders Archive

      Earlier this year we lost a brilliant researcher Ken Shoulders. In his own words “I have slowly come to a view about the availability of energy that is now so firmly locked in my basic belief that I feel compelled to pass it on to others not having such a...
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    A real Flying Car

    I am sometimes a sucker for a really well produced video. This video of a flying car is great. This is a great car/ light aircraft combination. It will not be for everyone and of course the cost will take car of that, However you can not help but admire the...
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    LENR:  Thermacore, Inc. runaway reaction back in 1996

    LENR: Thermacore, Inc. runaway reaction back in 1996

    While the Rossi Circus continues and brings disrepute to serious LENR research, some past experiments have been reported on that may provide clues to the role of critical mass in LENR reactions. I believe in time LENR will be a major influence in power generation, but... read more


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