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  • I caught this proposal by Dr. Dimiter Alexandrov

    http://canadiancor.com/proposa…pment-of-an-lenr-reactor/

    to "The Canadian Association for the Club of Rome (CACOR)"


    IT proposes the developement of a LENR reactor, based on Dr Alexandrov's research.


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    Proposed LENR reactor

    The design of the LENR reactor will be based on the apparatus (set up) used to date to obtain the results reported above. In particular:

    1. The reactor will be designed base on the experimental scheme (apparatus) already used for this research;
    2. The operational procedures of the reactor will be based on those developed to date.

    The LENR reactor will be made of several units connected in a way to provide constant output power. Each LENR unit contains an anode and a cathode, in the chamber. The cathode can be made by either metals or metal alloys as indicated previously, or by other solids satisfying the requirements for effective LENR.

    ...

  • Article: Google Corporation LENR Energy Patents: History and Skill-Set of the Inventors

    See:

    https://gbgoble.kinja.com/goog…istory-and-ski-1832540626

    Article begins:


    Quote

    On February 7th 2019 two LENR technology patents assigned to Google Inc. became exposed/published. They were each filed on the same day a year and a half ago, August 3rd 2017. It’s hard to tell how long Google has had these inventors working on developing this LENR energy technology. At least a few years before the filing date of the patent, let’s say 2014 or earlier.


    Carl Page, brother of the co-founder of Google, has been invested for many years in the LENR company Brillouin Energy, Berkeley CA. Both an investor and active agent, he serves on the Technical Advisory Board and is supportive of their ongoing growth during this important phase, as ‘Brillouin Energy prepares to enter the commercial marketplace’ (press release). . . .


    Smack in the middle of this are several paragraphs from a paper by Schwinger. The rest of the paper is here:


    https://www.lenr-canr.org/acrobat/SchwingerJcoldfusionb.pdf


    I have heard rumors that Google is doing more in cold fusion than this article describes.


    Discussed here New USPTO Patent Applications


    Discussed here Google LENR investment 




  • 2019 LANR/CF Colloquium at MIT - [Update March 13]

    March 23-24, 2019 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA

    http://world.std.com/~mica/2019colloq.html     http://world.std.com/~mica/cft.html

    From JET Energy, Mitsubishi, Nanortech, Brillouin, + more

    From America, Poland, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Japan, Canada, and more

    Tentative Speakers/Topics:

    Mitchell Swartz - Welcome, Brief Introduction

    Yasuhiro Iwamura - Recent Advances in Heat Generation Experiments using Nano-sized Metal Composite and Hydrogen Gas

    Francesco Celani - Advanced version of the "Capuchin knot" geometry

    Florian Meltzer - Update on MIT phonon-nuclear coupling experiments

    Mitchell Swartz - Two States Characterize and Control Active CF/LANR Systems

    Brian Ahern - Anharmonic Motion and Magnetic in LANR

    Anthony Zuppero - Applications of the model to experimental data

    Dimiter Alexandrov - Cold Fusion Synthesis of Helium Isotopes in Interaction of Deuterium and of Hydrogen Nuclei with Metals

    Mel Miles - Production of Helium in Cold Fusion Experiments [NAWCWD, China Lake, California]

    Francis Tanzella - Update from Brillouin Energy

    Konrad Czerski - Crystal Lattice Defects and Threshold Resonance of the Deuteron-Deuteron Fusion Reactions at Room Temperature

    Gennadiy Tarassenko - Cold Fusion on the Basis of the Model of the Planet Earth

    Mitchell Swartz - D-Line Emission from Acive CF/LANR Systems

    Vladimir Plekhanov - Experimental study of the strong nuclear interaction via re-normalization

    Peter Hagelstein - Phonon-nuclear coupling, excitation transfer, and applications

    Thomas Dolan - Heavy electron catalysis model.

    John Wallace - Baryon Charge Density

    T.W. Ciarlariello - The Earliest muon catalyzed fusion

    Hideki Yoshino, Tadahiko Mizuno - Clean Planet Updates

    Thomas Grimshaw - LENR Research Documentation Initiative

    Robert Smith, Jr. - Impacts on the Rate of Knowledge in LANR

    Carl Page - Athropocene Institute, Clean Energy and Cold Fusion

    David Nagel, Steven Katinsky - Status of the LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program (LEAP)

    Ruby Carat - Update from Cold Fusion Now!

    Patent/IP Updates - Mitchell Swartz, Richard Chan

    2019 LANR/CF Colloquium at MIT

    March 23-24, 2019 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA

    http://world.std.com/~mica/cft.html

  • We assumed it was kirkshanahan plugging his own blog. But maybe not. Otherwise, sceptics are welcome here if polite and not trolling, polite trolls however do pose a problem now and then. As that is a link to an external article I see no problem with it, it cites all the usual arguments and overlooks all the usual objections. Same meat, same gravy.

  • seen on ECW open thread, an interesting China's (English) article nor far from Iwamura, in less evolved (maybe an artifact anyway).


    http://www.jmcchina.org/html/2019/1/20190101.htm


    The Detection of K-Ca Transmutation in the Mixture of K and Hydride Chemicals
    LU Gong-xuan REemail.gif, ZHANG Xu-qiang , ZHEN Wen-long
    Abstract: Here, we report the transmutation of K-Ca under the negative hydrogen condition (NaBH4, LiBH4 and NH3BH3) at room temperature. In all reaction systems, the amount of K+ and Ca2+ concentrations were monitored by inductive coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) and inductive coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) techniques. The ICP-OES test results showed that K+ concentration was gradually decreasing, while the Ca2+ concentration was gradually increasing. In addition, by comparing the K and Ca concentrations and their isotopes from the ICP-MS results, we found the increase of 40Ca concentration accompanied by the increasing concentration of 41K in the presence of hydride under our "reaction" conditions, which implying 40Ca formation correlated to 41K.