A "Conservative" journal "Conservative base" is publishing an article on Brollouin Energy Corp
The article state announce in US Capitol and report by Dr Banning Garett, that I am not aware of,
Brillouin Energy’s Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Technology is Game Changer for U.S. National Security
Last week, the public became aware of a major breakthrough in [lexicon]Low Energy Nuclear Reactions[/lexicon] (LENR) technology that has the potential to provide inexpensive, limitless energy 24/7. The fuel (hydrogen) is essentially inexhaustible and can provide thermal or electrical energy for the general public. There is no pollution and, unlike traditional nuclear energy, there are no radioactive waste or weapons proliferation concerns.
Originally called “cold fusion,” this type of energy was much in the news in the 1980s, but failed to live up to its promise. However, last week in the US Capitol, it was announced that over the past 25 years, scientists have developed various enabling technologies such as Controlled Electron Capture Reaction (CECR) Q-Pulse technology that now makes LENR a reality.
What the public has now learned is that California-based Brillouin Energy Corporation has actually developed a working prototype that has been successfully tested at the prestigious Stanford Research Institute (SRI). In fact, Dr. Michael McKubre, Director of SRI’s Energy Research Center, was on hand at the U.S. Capitol announcement with a report on his test results. As he stated, “it is very clear that something on the order of four times and potentially more gain in power (and therefore ultimately energy) was achieved at an impressive and industrially significant operating temperature of around 640oC. To my knowledge, this has not been achieved before in the LENR field.” Interestingly, Dr. Banning Garrett, former Strategic Foresight Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, was also on hand with an impressive report detailing the current status of the LENR field and credibility of Brillouin’s claims.
It remind us, beside Brillouin announce, many recent news, like Tohoku University LENR lab, opening, of Bill gates interest.
They remind the "no regret" nature of LENR, leading to a probable political consensus.
Conservatives will actually like LENR because of the strong implications for America’s national security, while liberals should like its clean energy aspects. This may be one of those rare cases in American politics today where both sides can come together to do what is right for America.
They finally have a "nasty" comment on DoE, and call for lobbying the DoE and DoD.
So where is the US Department of Energy? The military has a name for it – Absent Without Leave (AWOL). It’s time now for the DOE to get involved with LENR, do whatever testing is required, and evaluate and validate the recent breakthrough observed by SRI and others. The Department of Defense should also get involved to harness this technology for America’s national security needs. Contact and urge your member of Congress to ensure DOE and DOD move out on this game-changing “Made in America” technology.
This online-journal seems not to be so famous (?), but it seems quite rationally analysing the situation.
I am more puzzled about the claim of US capitol announce with Michael McKubre and the report of Banning Garett.
EDIT: Cold Fusion Now covered the meeting on Capitol Hill in DC http://coldfusionnow.org/brill…echnology-at-u-s-capitol/ (thanks to pal Mahler for the hint)