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  • New paper about the effects of “Strange Radiation” in living organisms.

    Biological Detection of Physical Factors Related to the High-Current Electric Explosion of Conductors in a Vacuum


    The effect physical factors associated with the high-current electric explosion of conductors in a vacuum (pulsed magnetic field, light exposure, radiation leaving specific tracks on nuclear emulsions and other materials) have on biological systems is studied. The effect is assessed from the level of nuclear DNA damage in human peripheral blood leukocytes, the frequency of chromosomal aberrations in the dividing cells of an onion root, the growth rate of green unicellular algae, and the germination and growth rate of plant seeds.

    No direct access to the full paper, but it’s worth having this one on the radar.

    This topic can be discussed in the following thread (full paper added in discussion thread, thanks to Bob Greenyer).

    RE: Does LENR produce plasmoids + harmful radiations?

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

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    Jupiter Saturn conjunction feed may have to pull the feed back or rewind to get the full production. Amazing stuff.

  • Another very recent paper about the potential mechanism for the dotted traces found and attributed to “strange radiation”

    Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

    Available online 18 December 2020,

    “Strange” particles and micro-sized ball lightning in some electric discharges


    When conducting experiments on the electric explosion of titanium foil in water, a “strange” radiation was detected, leaving dotted traces on the film. The velocity of the carriers of this radiation was estimated as 20–40 m/s, and their energy, estimated by the Coulomb drag mechanism, turned out to be equal to 700 MeV. Subsequently, it was found that similar traces are formed at various types of high-current arc discharges, both of artificial and natural origin. Many solutions have been proposed to explain the nature of “strange” radiation, but none of them describes the details of the process of formation of dotted traces. We believe that these traces on the film could appear due to the action of charged micron-sized clusters. The possibility of the existence of clusters in the form of a nucleus from a certain number of similarly charged ions enclosed in a spherical shell of water molecules is shown. The force of the Coulomb repulsion of ions is compensated by the compression force of the shell polarized by the inhomogeneous electric field created by the nuclear charge. As the cluster approaches the surface of the film, a cluster with a small charge separates from it. It is accelerated in the electric field of a “large” cluster to energy of about 1 GeV. Having received a recoil momentum, a large cluster moves away from the film, braking in an inhomogeneous electric field, and then “falls” onto it again, and the process is repeated.

    official link:…abs/pii/S1364682620303242

    Available pre proof at:…[email protected]

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • A LENR workshop in memory of Dr M Srinivasan

    From: K P Rajeev <[email protected]>

    Date: Wed, Dec 23, 2020 at 12:19 PM

    Dear Dr Rothwell,

    I am Prof K P Rajeev of Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur and you

    probably remember me as the co-author of late Dr Srinivasan of the

    transmutation chapter in the recent "Cold Fusion" book published by

    Elsevier in which you also published an article. We have built a small

    group at IIT Kanpur to research the LENR phenomena both experimentally

    and theoretically. The group includes Prof Pankaj Jain (Theoretical

    Astro and High Energy Physics), Prof Raj Ganesh Pala (Chemical

    Engineering) and me (Experimental Condensed Matter Physics). We have

    also been lucky to get a couple of Ph.D. students.

    We would like to hold a workshop on LENR in memory of Dr Srinivasan,

    tentatively during the third weekend of January 2021. We envisage an

    online workshop with about twelve talks of about 30 minutes duration

    followed by a 10 minutes discussion session. We request you to be part

    of this workshop and give a talk. We look forward to a positive

    response from you. Also, please let us know if you have any other

    suggestions regarding this workshop.

    With best regards

    K P Rajeev



    Dept of Physics

    IIT Kanpur

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    Lattice Confinement Fusion was recently announced by NASA's Glenn research Centre.

    It looks like there's more than one way to get at the problem of Fusion.

    When scientists saturated metal with Deuterons and bombarded them with Gamma Rays, they found two types nuclear reactions occuring.

  • Recent presentation posted by Akito Takahashi (translated to English from original presented at JCF21)

    Comparison of AHE data

    between H2 and He runs for CNZ7rrr sample

    Basically it says they have started to do calibration runs with the same powdered material sample used in “live” runs, but using Helium as control, and comparing the results with the H2 runs. They say it saves time and they have been able to verify the excess watts (between 36 to 59 watts of excess heat, compared to the control runs),and also that they have verified a direct temperature dependence of the excess heat in a range of temperatures starting at 330 C and up to 500 C.

    The material seems to handle well the loading / unloading with He and which allows to use the same material sample for different runs (they have already been doing this for a while as we know).…pe%5D=publicationDownload

  • New paper about low energy fusion of DD in solids , it used Mo and Pd.

    Low‐energy nuclear fusion reactions in solids: Experiments

    Dimiter Alexandrov


    Replicable experimental results about low‐energy nuclear fusion reactions based on initially reacting deuterium nuclei giving cold nuclear fusion synthesis of helium (both isotopes 3He and 4He) and energy release as final products are reported in this article. These final products are results of interaction of deuterium with the solids in experimental system including two specimens: molybdenum metal and palladium nanowires. Experimental proofs about cold nuclear fusion synthesis of both 3He and 4He are provided. It reported a correlation between concentration of the generated helium and the measured temperature of the sample holder. It is found that the concentrations of both 3He and 4He increase with increase of the kinetic energies of the interacting deuterium nuclei and also with increase of the temperature of the sample holder.


    Is stated that the experimental data is available upon request to the researcher, the article is not open acces, tho, and the abstract is scant on values. There’s only one image associated available to download (attached below).

    For analysis and discussion of this paper please go to the following thread:

    RE: New Paper claims Success replicating D-D fusion to 3He and 4He in Pd and Mo solid samples. (Alexandrov, D. December 2020).

    Interesting that this researcher claims high reproducibility and production of Helium 3 and Helium 4.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • New proposal of Francesco Celani for an experiment to be conducted under the CleanMHE project.

    As is a detailed design for a new Constantan wire reactor, it can be discussed here:

    RE: Following the progress of CleanMHE Project.…ltage-and-temperature.pdf

    Discussed here RE: Following the progress of CleanMHE Project.

  • Encouraging FB update from Clean Planet:

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    New Energy, New Future.

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    Heriberto Diarte, head of SE Ventures: How to set up a CVC fund the right way

    Heriberto Diarte had three conditions when he set up SE Ventures, the Schneider Electric corporate venture fund.

    Last paragraph


    Another long term interest is the holy grail of the energy industry: cold fusion. That’s not something Diarte says he can invest in yet, but there are a growing number of cold fusion-related proposals crossing his desk these days, so things may be progressing.

  • New blog article written on Medium about cold fusion, I got intrigued enough because the author (she is an astrophysics student) claims Cold Fusion is real, and teases with a new blog where she will say what Cold Fusion is about. (I wonder if she will go the Galushkin thermal runaway side or the Dimitryeva and others way of atomic recombination, or will come up with something new).

    Most of the article is a rehash of what we know, but told in a rather positive and hopeful way. The eye catching part is the last two paragraphs:

    “ Perhaps what’s most surprising is that this is only one side to the story of cold fusion. It is real. But not in the way the above scientists have so far pursued it. I’ll soon be publishing the second part of the cold fusion story with proof that it is a real, scientifically proven phenomenon.

    I hope you’ll join me again for that. Thank you for reading.”…f-cold-fusion-67e0b3a6773

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Thanks for that Curbina - I particularly like this quote - which is also relevant to some recent squavvles in the forum.

    'Of the over 5,000 scientific journals in existence less than 1% are willing to publish any (cold fusion) related content.'

  • 'Of the over 5,000 scientific journals in existence less than 1% are willing to publish any (cold fusion) related content.'

    Bending over backwards to be fair, only a handful of papers have been submitted to these 5,000 journals. Most of the editors of the journals probably have no idea cold fusion exists. Editors at Nature and Scientific American know -- or ought to know -- that cold fusion exists, but editors at most of these other journals have probably not read anything or heard anything from cold fusion researchers. It is an obscure subject.

    People downloaded 143,913 papers from last year, from 36,502 locations. It is hard to estimate how many people there were, because one person might download many papers, but there are multiple people at many of these locations. There were probably tens of thousands of readers. On the other hand, there are a lot of people in the world, so I suppose it is likely the editors of these 5,000 journals were not among those readers.

    I posted a response to the article:


    This article is generally correct, but I disagree with some of your statements. You wrote:

    "Their paper went though a limited peer-review process where many experimental mistakes slipped through."

    I am not aware of any experimental mistakes in the first paper, or any others. Many people claimed that mistakes were made, but these claims were wrong, as I showed in an extensive review of the first paper and the following papers, here: Review of the calorimetry of Fleischmann and Pons

    There were some typos in the first paper, but these were corrected in the next issue. See:

    "Pons and Fleischmann also refused to release the exact details of their setup to the scientific community."

    They did not know exact details. They provided as many as they could. More to the point, the palladium is the most important variable in this experiment, and Fleischmann provided samples of the recommended palladium to many researchers. Johnson-Matthey recommended this palladium to him, and it proved to be the best material for the experiment. He told everyone (including me) all that he knew about the palladium. I described this here:

    Other types of palladium did work, as you see in the table on p. 6.

    "After failing to replicate their original results and provide any further proof of cold fusion . . ."

    They did replicate their original results, and they provided much more data, as I described in the paper listed above.