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  • Toyota Confirms Mitsubishi Transmutation of Cs to Pr

    11/02/2013 7:44:26 AM PDT · by Wonder Warthog · 38 replies
    Slideshare ^ | October 31, 2013 | Lewis Larsen
    In Oct. 2013, Toyota published a paper in the peer-reviewed Japanese Journal of Applied Physics which confirmed important experimental results that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries had first published in 2002. MHI had claimed transmutation of Cesium into Praseodymium via the forced diffusion of Deuterium gas through a thin-film heterostructure containing elemental Palladium using a permeation method pioneered by Mitsubishi; it is capable of triggering nuclear reactions in condensed matter systems under modest temperatures and pressures. Importantly, all of this experimental data is predicted and fully explained by the peer-reviewed Widom-Larsen theory of low energy nuclear reactions (LENRs). While the Mitsubishi permeation...
  • Cold Fusion Experiment Maybe Holds Promise … Possibly … Hang on a Sec ….

    05/24/2013 3:53:43 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 9 replies ^ | May 24, 2013 | Nancy Atkinson on
    Cold fusion has been called one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs that might likely never happen. On the surface, it seems simple – a room-temperature reaction occurring under normal pressure. But it is a nuclear reaction, and figuring it out and getting it to work has not been simple, and any success in this area could ultimately – and seriously — change the world. Despite various claims of victory over the years since 1920, none have been able to be replicated consistently and reliably. But there’s buzz this week of a cold fusion experiment that has been replicated, twice. The...
  • Experimental Results on Sub-Micro Structured Cu-Ni Alloys -- Hydrogen/Deuterium Interaction

    04/05/2013 2:05:49 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 7 replies
    Institute for Science, Technology & Education ^ | April 4, 2013 | Francesco Celani
    Experimental Results on Sub-Micro Structured Cu-Ni Alloys under High Temperature Hydrogen/Deuterium Interaction Francesco Celani * E. F. Marano1, A. Spallone1 A. Nuvoli1 B. Ortenzi1 S. Pella1 E. Righi1 G. Trenta1 F. Micciulla1 S. Bellucci1 S. Bartalucci1 M. Nakamura2 E. Purchi2 G. Zangari2 S. Cupellini2 A. Mancini3 F. Maggiore3 A.Ovidi4 1. INFN-LNF, Via E. Fermi 40, Frascati (RM) 00044, Italy 2. Latium Group, ISCMNS, Via Cavour 26, Ferentino (FR) 03013, Italy 3. ORIM SpA, Via Concordia 65, Piediripa (MC) 62100, Italy 4. Kresenn Ltd, 5a Frascati Way, Maidenhead SL6 1PA, United Kingdom * E-mail of the corresponding author: Abstract...
  • Cold fusion research continues in 2013 as further experiments are planned

    03/30/2013 5:08:15 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 18 replies
    Vortex-L ^ | Sat, 30 Mar 2013 17:02:54 -0700 | David Hambling, Alan Fletcher (Freeper)
    There has been steady progress in the world of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), better known as Cold Fusion, in the last few months. The main commercial players have been quiet but the open-source Martin Fleishmann Memorial Project (MFMP) has made some big steps towards its goal of proving the reality of LENR to a skeptical world. Bob Greenyeris one of the driving forces behind the MFMP. He's a successful entrepreneur, having run a diverse portfolio of businesses in the fields of pharmaceuticals, finance, advertising and education. But now he's in a business that costing him money rather than making...
  • How Nature refused to re-examine the 1989 CalTech experiment

    03/24/2013 9:57:16 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 40 replies ^ | May 2012 | Jed Rothwell
    How Nature refused to re-examine the 1989 CalTech experiment Jed Rothwell May 2012 Abstract In 1989 Nature published a paper by Lewis [1] showing no excess heat in a cold fusion experiment. Several researchers including Noninski, Miles and Fleischmann discovered errors in this paper. Noninski wrote a critique of the paper describing one of these errors, and submitted it for publication. David Lindley, an editor at Nature, rejected the critique. This paper examines some of the errors in the paper, and Lindley’s reasons for refusing to re-examine the experiment. Background In May 1989, Lewis et al. at Caltech published...
  • Son of cold fusion: returns attention to low-energy nuclear reactions

    03/20/2013 12:18:28 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 18 replies
    Physics Today ^ | March 19, 2013 | Steven T. Corneliussen
    Son of cold fusion: returns attention to low-energy nuclear reactions Spirited interest from two NASA scientists leads to new information about an old controversy. March 19, 2013 Published: March 19, 2013 By Steven T. Corneliussen At NASA, two scientists' enthusiasm for research on low-energy nuclear reactions (LENRs) has led to the production of public-relations materials. At, the website of the nearly century-old business magazine Forbes, the news from NASA has inspired contributor Jeff McMahon to add to the flurry of media interest seen last year at US News, Nature, and the Guardian. itself lists 13 articles involving...
  • Tiny Nuclear Reactions Inside Compact Fluorescent Bulbs?

    03/14/2013 1:27:00 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 89 replies
    Vortex-L / Forbes ^ | 3/14/2013 | Jeff McMahon
    Tiny Nuclear Reactions Inside Compact Fluorescent Bulbs? Harmless low-energy nuclear reactions may be taking place routinely inside of compact fluorescent lightbulbs, according to a physicist whose theories have NASA researchers abuzz with the prospect of cheap, non-polluting energy. Nuclear reactions may be responsible for an unusual fingerprint of mercury isotopes in used fluorescents that can identify environmental pollution from the bulbs, said Lewis Larsen, a Chicago physicist associated with the Widom-Larsen Theory, which explores slow nuclear reactions among elements that are not radioactive. “Unbeknownst to the general public, dynamically active nuclear processes are presently occurring in tens of millions of...
  • Ex nihilo: Dynamical Casimir effect in metamaterial converts vacuum fluctuations into real photons

    03/08/2013 2:41:26 PM PST · by Kevmo · 24 replies
    Phys.Org ^ | March 8 2013 | Stuart Mason Dambrot
    Ex nihilo: Dynamical Casimir effect in metamaterial converts vacuum fluctuations into real photons March 8, 2013 by Stuart Mason Dambrot Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1212705110 ( —In the strange world of quantum mechanics, the vacuum state (sometimes referred to as the quantum vacuum, simply as the vacuum) is a quantum system's lowest possible energy state. While not containing physical particles, neither is it an empty void: Rather, the quantum vacuum contains fluctuating electromagnetic waves and so-called virtual particles, the latter being known to transition into and out of existence. In addition, the vacuum state has zero-point energy – the lowest quantized...
  • Nuclear processes in solids: basic 2nd-order processes

    03/07/2013 12:03:20 PM PST · by Kevmo · 5 replies
    Institute of Physics, Budafoki ´ut 8. F., H-1521 Budapest, Hungary ^ | P´eter K´alm´an∗ and Tam´as Keszthelyi
    Nuclear processes in solids: basic 2nd-order processes P´eter K´alm´an∗ and Tam´as Keszthelyi Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Institute of Physics, Budafoki ´ut 8. F., H-1521 Budapest, Hungary (Date textdate; Received textdate; Revised textdate; Accepted textdate; Published textdate) Abstract Nuclear processes in solid environment are investigated. It is shown that if a slow, quasi-free heavy particle of positive charge interacts with a ”free” electron of a metallic host, it can obtain such a great magnitude of momentum in its intermediate state that the probability of its nuclear reaction with an other positively charged, slow, heavy particle can significantly increase....
  • 13 things that do not make sense

    03/04/2013 10:25:07 PM PST · by Kevmo · 14 replies
    Vortex-L ^ | 04 Mar 2013 19:44:58 -0800 | Mark Gibbs
    13 things that do not make sense - space - 19 March 2005 - New Scientist Mark Gibbs Mon, 04 Mar 2013 19:44:58 -0800 And #13 is ... [m] 13 Cold fusion AFTER 16 years, it's back. In fact, cold fusion never really went away. Over a 10-year period from 1989, US navy labs ran more than 200 experiments to investigate whether nuclear reactions generating more energy than they consume - supposedly only possible inside stars - can occur at room temperature. Numerous researchers have since pronounced themselves believers. With controllable cold fusion, many of the world's energy problems...
  • The nuclear reactor in your basement

    02/28/2013 12:22:53 AM PST · by Kevmo · 39 replies
    Vortex-L ^ | Thu. 21 Feb 2013 10:15:58 -0800 | Mark Gibbs
    [Vo]:Gizmag: "NASA's basement reactor" Mark GibbsThu, 21 Feb 2013 10:15:58 -0800 BTW, did everyone see the Gizmag article "NASA's basement reactor" ( It's a bit fluffy and hand-waving but I was intrigued by this section: According to Zawodny, LENR isn’t what was thought of as cold fusion and it doesn't involve strong nuclear forces. Instead, it uses weak nuclear forces, which are responsible for the decay of subatomic particles. The LENR process involves setting up the right conditions to turn these weak forces into energy. Instead of using radioactive elements like uranium or plutonium, LENR uses a lattice...
  • Trolls win: Rude blog comments dim the allure of science online

    02/17/2013 8:41:52 PM PST · by Kevmo · 51 replies
    Vortex-L ^ | February 14, 2013 | Phys Org
    Trolls win: Rude blog comments dim the allure of science online February 14, 2013 The trolls are winning. Pick a story about some aspect of science, any story, scroll down to the blog comments and let the bashing begin. "Wonder how much taxpayer cash went into this 'deep' study?” “I think you can take all these studies by pointy headed scientists, 99 percent of whom are socialists and communists, and stick them where the sun don't shine.” “Yawn. Climate change myth wackos at it again.” “This article is 100 percent propaganda crapola.” “Speaking of dolts, if you were around...
  • LENR-Cars Startup. Funded by the founder of Logitech

    02/12/2013 4:44:58 PM PST · by Kevmo · 38 replies
    AGEFI Geneva ^ | 05-02-2013, 21:29 | Yoann Schenker
    AGEFI Geneva: Chauvin/LENR-Cars presented. Funded by the founder of Logitech Thread: AGEFI Geneva: Chauvin/LENR-Cars presented. Funded by the founder of Logitech 05-02-2013, 21:29#1 AlainCo Administrator -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join Date: Mar 2012Location: VILLEJUIF, FRANCEPosts: 2,045 AGEFI Geneva: Chauvin/LENR-Cars presented. Funded by the founder of Logitech an incredibly positive (in french) article in the AGEFI, 'the dayly newpaper of economic and financial agency in Geneva' : (in googlish) (version francaise de cet article) Applied nuclear fusion Lenr cars.The start-up develops Lausanne a new generation of electric motors. "The technology we are developing will allow a car to travel 40,000 kilometers on...
  • MIT IAP Course on Cold Fusion 1.01 - Brief Summaries of Week 1 and 2

    02/06/2013 10:38:15 AM PST · by Kevmo · 23 replies
    Cold Fusion Times ^ | Jan 29, 2013 | Prof. Peter Hagelstein
    MIT IAP Course on Cold Fusion 1.01 - Brief Summaries of Week 1 and 2 Jan. 28, 2013 - On day 5, Dr. Mitchell Swartz continued with the substantial experimental proof for cold fusion (lattice assisted nuclear reactions). After discussion of the materials involved in the desired reactions, he surveyed the methods of calibration of heat producing reactions including the copious controls, time-integration, thermal waveform reconstruction, noise measurement and additional techniques, as well as those methods which are not accurate. Many examples of excess heat generated by CF/LANR systems were shown, using aqueous nickel and palladium systems. Then using the...
  • Celani Replication

    12/18/2012 5:20:58 PM PST · by Kevmo · 10 replies
    Celani Replication Keep up to date with our replication of experiments based on Celani's cell right here. Please feel free to add your comments to the blog entries. LIVE DATA | Experiment Log USA | Euro | Latest Video | RSS feed of blog posts | RSS feed of all comments Other Progress - Updated w/ Video on 17 December 2012. Our USA team has spent a great deal of our time last week supporting Mathieu's tests with the Euro Cell last week. In between configuring, graphing, and writing, we have managed to make progress in other areas. We have...
  • Cold Fusion and the Energy Crisis: to be or not to be?

    12/13/2012 1:48:55 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    Foreign Policy Journal ^ | November 30, 2012 | Dr. Stoyan Sarg
    While the year 2011 will be remembered for the remarkable progress in cold fusion achieved in Italy and more particularly by the E-cat reactors of Andrea Rossi, the year 2012 will be remembered for the slow progress of its recognition by the mainstream establishments. Cold fusion, known also as LENR, is a new and safer type of nuclear energy that will rival the currently used unsafe nuclear power. Its advantages are unparalleled: a lack of radioactive waste and byproducts that could be used for a weapon; abundance of fuel (nickel) without the need for mining of radioactive uranium with the...
  • Grand Unification Theory of Cold Fusion

    08/15/2012 5:43:29 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 13 replies
    Vortex-L ^ | August 14, 2012 | Stewart D. Simonson
    Grand Unification Theory of Cold Fusion (and a few other things) August 14, 2012 Ok, so here is my theory about cold fusion, which actually might answer questions about a few other things in nature. I am refining this continuously so please be patient and make comments if you would like! I am still adding references so I will not leave anyone out. This includes but is not limited to publications from Mr. Ed Storms, Mr. Celani, Mr. Hagelstein, Mr. Ahern and others. Please be patient as I have learned alot these past couple of years from everyone, especially...
  • Cold Fusion Chemist Martin Fleischmann Dies at 85

    08/13/2012 8:03:05 AM PDT · by null and void · 14 replies
    Scientific Computing ^ | 8/13/12 | Peter Svensson

British chemist Martin Fleischmann, who stunned the world by announcing that he had achieved nuclear fusion in a glass bottle, has died after a long illness. He was 85. His son Nicholas said he died August 3, 2012, at his home in Tisbury, England. He had suffered from Parkinson's disease for many years. Fleischmann was one of the world's leading electrochemists when he and partner Stanley Pons proclaimed in 1989 that they had sparked fusion, the nuclear process that heats the sun, in an experiment at the University of Utah. The reaction they reported occurred at room temperature and appeared...
  • Scientism: Athanor 2.0: The Hydrotron

    07/30/2012 10:10:56 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 18 replies
    Ecat World ^ | July 28, 2012 | Frank Acland
    Athanor 2.0: The Hydrotron ECat World ^ | July 28, 2012 | Frank Acland Posted on Monday, July 30, 2012 11:11:01 AM by Kevmo Athanor 2.0: The Hydrotron High School kids who have replicated a cold fusion cell. [Update: Video Posted] July 28, 2012 It has not been very easy to find out what has been happening with the Pirelli High School’s cold fusion reactor (named the Athanor) which was introduced earlier this year — at least English language sources discussing it have been hard to find. A comment today from Ugo Abundo, the professor who leads the research,...
  • Melvin Miles on Calorimetry: “We got excess heat”

    07/24/2012 11:38:14 PM PDT · by Kevmo · 14 replies
    Cold Fusion Now ^ | July 16, 2012 | Ruby Carat
    Melvin Miles on Calorimetry: “We got excess heat” July 16, 2012 / Ruby Carat ________________________________________ It’s been twenty-three years since the announcement of the discovery of cold fusion, and yet, this powerful solution to our energy needs is not even recognized by the Department of Energy (DoE), despite the interest of other federal agencies like NASA and the military. In trying to understand why, I learned that it was the top science schools in the U.S. who produced negative reports early in 1989 that influenced both federal policy and mainstream academic science, and still do today. Read Remove Institutional...