Category Archive: LENR

Global news on the progress of LENR/Cold Fusion research.

Dr. Edmund Storms: Explaining LENR

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The following is an excellent interview with Dr Edmund Storms.   Dr. Storms is a nuclear chemist who spent thirty-four years working at Los Alamos National Labs. There he conducted research into materials for use in nuclear power and propulsion reactors, including studies of cold fusion. He is also the author of The Science of …

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2014 COLD FUSION COLLOQUIUM AT MIT

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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 Verner and their team at JET Energy  organized a  conference, filled with excellent presentations. Nearly 100 people were in attendance. The three-day meeting featured 28 …

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NASA – Clean Nuclear Fuel – Is It LENR?

There has been a lot of buzz lately about a recent video that was released from the NASA’s Langley Research Center. In the video, they claim to have discovered a process where by they create clean nuclear fuel. By adding neutrons to existing elements such as Nickel(Ni), Carbon(C), and Hydrogen(H); researchers are able to produce …

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H-Cat Revisited

  I found Sunday to be a good day to review articles and developments we covered over the week. I noticed this comment from Justin Church and thought it was worthy to be elevated up into an update of the H- Cat. The comment was in response to the article we ran on LENR “Replicable …

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Replicable Model for Controlled Nuclear Reaction using Metal Nanoparticles

  This according to Jim Dunn one of the worlds leading authorities on energy technology,  was the most promising presentation at the MIT LENR Symposium, held a week ago (for the 25th anniversary of P/F announcement).   Although they only produced 75W of excess heat (from a 75-80W  input), it is very promising for the …

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LENR: An Impossible Invention

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  I highly recommend this new book from Mats Lewan for people following Rossi and Free Energy From his blogg site: Cold fusion is an energy source that could provide clean water to Planet Earth, zero-emission vehicles with unlimited mileage, a solution to the climate crisis and much more. It is clean, compact, simple, inexhaustible and …

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H-Cat and the Real Justin Update

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  It appears that the original concept for this technology came out of Germany. It is a great experiment, but still no data to date to support any overunity claims. embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube   Update. I have had a request to remove this article. However I decided to  included his video response.  embedded by Embedded …

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Hagelstein – ‘Is Cold Fusion Science?’ or Magic?

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    Dr. Peter Hagelstein, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT spoke recently on a Serious Science episode on the history of Cold Fusion from the scientific community’s standpoint.    Hagelstein addresses the history of cold fusion and what occurred in the scientific community that caused them to reject the idea and label it junk science …

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‘Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Aircraft’ Presentation at NASA

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NASA will be presenting ideas for LENR aircraft in their upcoming ‘Seedling Seminar’ on Feb 25th, 2014. This announcement removes all doubt on whether NASA sees legitimacy in the LENR phenomenon.      ‘Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Aircraft’ Presentation at NASA — Feb 25, 2014 (via www.e-catworld.com) Another great find by Mr Moho: The NASA Aeronautics Research Institute …

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LENR Update – Elforsk Report

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  The Swedish energy R&D institute Elforsk has published a new report providing an overview of the history and current state of research in the field of LENR. It’s been quite a while since I’ve published a LENR update. I had a bad taste in my mouth after following the Andrea Rossi story for the last two years. …

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Quantum Fusion: Cavitation Induced Fusion

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  One of the branches of LENR /cold fusion research, is  “Cavitation Induced Fusion”. Quantum Fusion is developing a reactor boiler to produce energy using this heat and light generating phenomena probably related to “Sonoluminescence”. They recently gave a presentation at the ICCF 18 international LENR conference. Steve Windischof  from The Free Energy Facebook Group says  “Its not …

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LENR: Transmutation

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  According to Steven B. Krivit from the New Energy Times, Low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) researchers at Toyota Central Research and Development Laboratories have published a replication of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries deuterium gas-permeation experiment. The research appeared in the Japanese Journal of Applied Physics earlier this month. According to Steven “The publication in the journal, however, marks a …

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