This sounds like excellent news. Is there a way to compare the watts per gram energy density to say, watts per gallon of gas so I have something to compare the two?
I don't know how these presentations go, for instance, why didn't they invite Randall Mills (maybe they did or he declined), after all, he has a TOE that is downloadable from the BLP site. Were all presenters theoretical physicists or were there practical ones or both?
Mills is "anathema" to the physics community. His theories on "hydrinos" are regarded even less real than LENR. But I think the CERN meeting was slanted to favor "non-US" physicists.
I've finally gotten through listening to the Q&A session. The Brit guy off to the left made a fool of himself. Bockris put it correctly....there are many ways to do an experiment wrong, and only a few to do it right. I think Celani made a real effort NOT to call him an idiot to his (and the audience's) face. Of course, Celani may not have been aware of the recent re-examinations of such "failed" experiments by prominent physicists, and they were found to have not been run long enough for "triggering", made other errors, or were outright fraud (MIT).