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Defkalion CEO: Entering the Toronto Stock Exchange This Year
LENR ^ | August 8, 2013 | admin

Posted on 08/10/2013 6:17:14 PM PDT by Kevmo

Defkalion CEO: Entering the Toronto Stock Exchange This Year August 8, 2013 By admin

Many thanks to an ECW reader who forwarded me a link to an article in the Greek magazine Tovima. The article is behind a paywall, so I am not able to post much of it here, (and it was written in Greek, so Google Translate has to be taken into consideration) but there are a few interesting points that I will pick out.

The title of the article is “The return of Defkalion” and the journalist who wrote the article, Kafantaris Tasos, visited DGT’s CEO Alex Xanthoulis in an office in Athens, Greece. Xanthoulis explained that he has moved back to Greece, but the Vancouver presence remains in place. In Greece there will be a manufacturing of engines for ships and desalination plants (non-profit enterprise)

Xanthoulis states that there are business partnerships in place which are for now confidential. When asked what the next step was, the CEO stated that scientifically it would be “optimization of the model”. In business terms it would be entry onto the Toronto Stock Exchange which they think they can join after October 15th. This will be followed by a ‘roadshow’ to promote the stock. As part of the registration of the stock they will have to disclose the partners — this should happen in October.

In other Defkalion news, and somewhat in contrast to the above, the Italian site NextMe has spoken to Franco Cappiello, CEO of Defkalion Europe regarding the controversy over undisclosed discrepancies uncovered in recent testing of the Hyperion reactor. Cappiello states:

“I have made ​​some measurements while streaming video ICCF-18 that have highlighted some inconsistencies measurement, subsequent tests have further confirmed these inconsistencies – the statement – In light of these inconsistencies have been suspended all trade negotiations and were put aware of all potential users of the technology of inconsistencies”

Cappiello says that new testing is scheduled for September to try and get to the bottom of the issue.

It looks like there will be plenty of things to watch out for with regards to Defkalion over the next few months.


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Roger Bird on August 9, 2013 at 6:32 pm

It happens too often that whole populations can be completely off base, can be completely wrong, for even hundreds of years in ways that can become a huge embarrassment for the descendents of those populations. It is not just science that can get it all wrong. An example that comes to mind is the enslavement of black people in the American South for roughly 250 years; and of course the USA was not alone in doing this horror. Many Americans thought that the idea of slavery was completely horrid and wrong, yet slave owners allowed their self-interest to not only influence their own thinking, but the thinking of all Southerners, even the ones that went to war to defend that repulsive institution and died and lost limbs, even though most Confederate soldiers did not even own slaves. If we went through the South today and did a survey asking white people if they thought that slavery should be reinstituted, we would be risking our lives because it would seem that we were proposing that it be reinstituted.

And I could go on and on: the Nazi insanity, the current Islamic militancy, Communism, the Indian wars, the Spanish Inquisition, etc. etc. etc.

In science, history is littered with scientific screw-ups. The Phlogiston Theory was maintained in the face of contradictory evidence for 100 years. Alfred Wegener was ridiculed for 50 years because he said that the continents drifted. The USA’s FDA currently suppresses ALL alternative healing and supports all big pharmaceutical companies, despite the obvious evidence that pharmaceutical drugs almost always harm people and alternative healing works, especially if used early on in the course of a disease.

So, as we watch LENR acceptance unfold, remember this and remember that with regard to resistance to change, nothing new is happening. Reply

KEYWORDS: canr; cmns; coldfusion; lenr

1 posted on 08/10/2013 6:17:14 PM PDT by Kevmo
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To: dangerdoc; citizen; Liberty1970; Red Badger; Wonder Warthog; PA Engineer; glock rocks; free_life; ..

The Cold Fusion/LENR Ping List

2 posted on 08/10/2013 6:18:02 PM PDT by Kevmo ("A person's a person, no matter how small" ~Horton Hears a Who)
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To: Ping; All; y'all; et al

Interesting comment from AlainCo here

AlainCo on August 9, 2013 at 3:27 pm

I’m quite skeptic on garage inventors (I’m french), even if more and more data,books,thesis prove that they do the job, instead of clean academics, and corp blacksuit…

You cannot imagine how challenging it is for me to say I am confident in Defkalion (and even Rossi… brrr).

I’ve tried to keep the fraud hypothesis in the equation for safety, but it does not hold (even for Rossi… brrr).

just look how far you have to go to justify a fraud hypothesis…
how you could justify each actor behavior in that case…

I’m biased to mainstream, but there is a moment when you have to stop following your bias, and you have to follow the data.

there is a moment when allowing an improbable fraud hypothesis is simply a coward way not to accept it is practically null.

just write a scenario where DGT or Rossi have no reactor, and put it up for peer-review here.

about FUD, my experience is tha the worst evil is done by honest and benevolent people, fighting sincerely for their beliefs…

as the Milgram experiment shows (and Stanford Prison experiment too), the most benevolent people may go toward horrific behavior, where the greedy flee facing the absurdity of the situation.

3 posted on 08/10/2013 6:20:30 PM PDT by Kevmo ("A person's a person, no matter how small" ~Horton Hears a Who)
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To: Kevmo

I will be buying this stock on October when it becomes available.

4 posted on 08/10/2013 6:33:17 PM PDT by B4Ranch (AGENDA: Grinding America Down -----
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To: Kevmo
It amazes me that so many conservatives seem to be recently enamored with Russia. I've been there the average Russian hates Americans. This belief that Russia provides anything close to what Americans perceive as good government is stupid beyond belief....I'm reminded of the liberals/communists going there in the 1920’s...seems there is always another generation of fools.
5 posted on 08/10/2013 6:51:33 PM PDT by montanajoe
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To: montanajoe
I think it's far more snarkiness than true belief.

The contrast between old KGB Putin and Caliph Baraq is fun to joke over.

As I've said, if November 2016 is between Hillary and NJFatboy, I'm writing in Putin!

6 posted on 08/10/2013 6:57:50 PM PDT by nascarnation (Baraq's economic policy: trickle up poverty)
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To: montanajoe

Russia remains a very dysfunctional nation in many ways. I think FReepers became enamored with the select news stories we see on here that demonstrate the masculinity and patriotism of Putin vs. the femininity and destructive ideas of Obama.

Strange days we live in!

7 posted on 08/10/2013 9:57:02 PM PDT by volunbeer (We must embrace austerity or austerity will embrace us)
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To: Kevmo

Kevmo, what happened to yesterday’s over 70 post thread on LENR????

8 posted on 08/11/2013 11:40:13 AM PDT by Lx (Do you like it? Do you like it, Scott? I call it, "Mr. & Mrs. Tenorman Chili.")
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To: Lx

Mods musta pulled it. Even in the smoky backroom, they don’t like to see certain things. I’m noticing a pattern. And it isn’t insults, because they allow insults on other threads.

FR aint what it used to be.

9 posted on 08/12/2013 12:19:50 PM PDT by Kevmo ("A person's a person, no matter how small" ~Horton Hears a Who)
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To: Lx

In particular, the threads that get pulled mention how many orders of magnitudes off the debating opponents are.

Yet there remains no conclusive theory that can be demonstrated experimentally. This is the most exasperating fact that keeps the skeptics fully armed.
***Same is true of low temperature superconductivity, but the skeptics don’t key up on that, do they? In addition, there is no conclusive theory of gravity. There’s the Law of Gravity, but no theory is settled. Why does this requirement exist for cold fusion but not superconductivity nor gravity?

brought for comparison are things which are observable, AND easily enough repeatable for all.
***Science has nothing to do with ease of replicability. If so, then Dolly the cloned sheep doesn’t exist because it’s only been replicated once out of 300k tries. LENR is now at about a 25% replication rate, 6 orders of magnitude higher. But a science-illiterate wouldn’t be expected to know such things, so you get to keep on posting even when you’re off by 6 orders of magnitude. That’s like saying that 50 times out of a hundred, a mosquito has enough kinetic energy to knock over an elephant. That’s how far off you are.

Remind me again how many actual watts of useful power this cold fusion nonsense has produced? Enough to warm one pair of hands on a summer day?
***The average cold fusion experiment generates several hundred megajoules for several hours and costs maybe $300k. The longest lasting hot fusion experiment generated 6 megajoules for a few seconds. So if you look at the two side by side:
cold fusion
2 * 3600 seconds average * 100 Mjoules average * 14,700 replications / $300k average = 35280 sec*MjouleSamples/$
Hot fusion
3 seconds average * 6 Mjoules (max) * 200 replications / $2 Billion average = 0.0000018 sec*MjouleSamples/$
That is 12 ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE more bang for the buck.

10 posted on 08/12/2013 6:17:31 PM PDT by Kevmo ("A person's a person, no matter how small" ~Horton Hears a Who)
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