Skip to comments.US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Presentation on LENR
Posted on 10/05/2015 8:29:32 AM PDT by Wonder Warthog
An interesting presentation has been uploaded on the LENR-Forum which was given by Louis F. DeChiaro, Ph.D, a physicist with the US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Dahlgren Warefare Center. The presentation was given at a IEEE Meeting on LENR Phenomena and Potential Applications held on Sept. 23 2015 at Teradyne in North Reading, Massachusetts.
For people who have been following LENR closely over the past few years, there will not be too much new information in the slideshow. It is mostly a review of what has been happening in the field from the time of Fleischmann and Pons up to the present, but its interesting to see a scientist with the US Navy openly sharing research on LENR, and obviously taking the subject seriously.
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Slides from talk here:
I read it through. Looks like Dr. DeChiaro buys it.
Looks like the Russians are buying in too.
Yes, in fact there’s a new replication of the “Rossi effect” just published by a team from Moscow State University:
Here’s an English translation:
The data supporting the reality of LENR just keeps building up. This slide show is a pretty good historical summary with most of the key players and the current state of the data.
Yes, it is a field being more widely followed now. Tom Darden, CEO of Cherokee Investment Partners explains here why he invested $10 million into funding Industrial Heat, LLC which is supporting Rossi’s work.
But how will that edify muslims??
To my eye, the information on page 12 of the pdf is the most interesting, specifically the information about the change in isotope concentrations.
It is interesting, but everyone seems to ignore changes in isotope concentration, which are probably THE firmest clue to a nuclear-based phenomenon.
More news on the subject came out today.. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3345451/posts
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