There are many key subject thate he covers.
One key concept that he covers is that the challenge of LENR is more a market disruption than a technology disruption :
Michel Vandenberghe wrote:
Sometimes people ask me what I'm thinking about Rossi. What is really interesting to me is the market and Rossi' story. This shows that if LENR scientific challenge is huge, it is nothing compared to the market challenge.
Michel Vandenberghe also explains his vision of what is LENR, much wider than energy, and the Nanoscale term used in LENR :
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I'm not a scientist and consequently, I need to keep things simple, that is to say, to have a vision. I'm listening scientists, and what I've heard is that beyond changing matter properties, there's a way to change the matter itself at low energy, that is to say making changes that are usually not happening at low energy input, including freeing energy but not only. Energy itself is “structured” and transformed during that kind of reactions or triggers reactions such as Nuclear but within structures which makes them parts of complex changes.
Our thinking is it's a disruptive and paving the way to a disruptive field of science and engineering: (Quantum) Matter engineering; that is to say, producing energy and resources, what the world needs: Energy and capabilities to transforming matter to address global challenges in sustainability and more…
We have a focus on this new field and we've chosen to use the term ‘Low Energy Nanoscale Reactions’, a reference to this field of Science and Engineering about Energy and beyond energy, nuclear waste mitigation, transmutation, superconductivity, hydrogen production, direct production of electricity and so on.
We've also chosen this name to foster the recognition of the work done during more than 20 years by pioneers in Cold fusion and other related topics
Moreover, ‘Nanoscale’ term makes also the connection with materials science which incorporates elements of physics and chemistry, and is at the forefront of nanoscience and nanotechnology research. In recent years, materials science has become more widely known as a specific field of science and engineering.
Peter also discuss about the context, the timing, making a link with Berlin Wall crumbling :
Peter Gluck wrote:
LENR Cities came just-in-time because 2015 is the game changer year of the breakthrough, of the great progress for LENR. As the Berlin Wall has fallen 25 yeras ago, now the imaginary but impenetrable wall between energy dream and energy wall will fall too. And LENR-Cities is here, well prepared for what will follow, ready to lead the changes for countries, regions, industries, technologies and people. So be it!
Timing in innovation is a key factor, and sadly we have seen it. Unlike what we imagined 2012 was too early and many ealy adopters like NI, or we the supporters, had to step back and wait more.
There are many more in that article, as there is in his previous blog articles, with many recent posts.