Where is the LENR goal line, and how best do we get there?

  • Don't be so pessimistic, hopefully it will open doors.



    The U.S. government is massive, and many times the left hand does not know what the right is doing. One good example, is Forsley saying in a presentation last year, something to the effect that "The DOE has been funding us. Do not believe what you hear that the government does not fund LENR".


    Now we know also, that NASA has doubled down on it's love affair with LENR going back to FP's, by employing Forsley as one of their Physicists, and partnering with GEC to develop a space based LENR hybrid power generating system.


    There is more to this "government funding LENR" story IMO, than what is known.

  • The U.S. government is massive, and many times the left hand does not know what the right is doing. One good example, is Forsley saying in a presentation last year, something to the effect that "The DOE has been funding us. Do not believe what you hear that the government does not fund LENR".


    Now we know also, that NASA has doubled down on it's love affair with LENR going back to FP's, by employing Forsley as one of their Physicists, and partnering with GEC to develop a space based LENR hybrid power generating system.


    There is more to this "government funding LENR" story IMO, than what is known.

    Individuals may not know the whole picture but the left and the right hand are somewhat working in coordination. I hate saying this but I almost wish the military or nasa took it seriously and fully declassified while putting in practice what they know. Then academia and the tech companies would be compelled to work things out in short order. I prefer a civilain lead less centralised approach more though.

  • ....it's perpetually forbidden.


    Not quite. It is permanently discouraged as being too exotic and possibly off-putting for casual readers interested in nuclear science, which is not quite the same thing as 'forbidden'. And there are plenty of other fora where UFOs and related topics are discussed.

  • Back in 2017 There was a call for another enquiry- whatever became of that? See p86)


    https://www.congress.gov/114/c…pt537/CRPT-114hrpt537.pdf



    Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) Briefing
    The committee is aware of recent positive developments in developing low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), which produce ultraclean, low-cost renewable energy that have strong national security
    implications. For example, according to the Defense Intelligence
    Agency (DIA), if LENR works it will be a ‘‘disruptive technology
    that could revolutionize energy production and storage.’’ The committee is also aware of the Defense Advanced Research Project
    Agency’s (DARPA) findings that other countries including China
    and India are moving forward with LENR programs of their own
    and that Japan has actually created its own investment fund to
    promote such technology. DIA has also assessed that Japan and
    Italy are leaders in the field and that Russia, China, Israel, and
    India are now devoting significant resources to LENR development.
    To better understand the national security implications of these developments, the committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a briefing on the military utility of recent U.S. industrial base
    LENR advancements to the House Committee on Armed Services
    by September 22, 2016. This briefing should examine the current
    state of research in the United States, how that compares to work
    being done internationally, and an assessment of the type of military applications where this technology could potentially be useful.

  • Remember, no discussion about the above topic is allowed on this forum, ever.


    It doesn't matter what's disclosed or not disclosed, it's perpetually forbidden.

    Hence why that is not what i was referring to!


    Good stuff, hope they are allowing a trickle down to accelerating civilian transport benefits as well!