Russia and Eastern European LENR Developments

  • This afternoon (Nov. 5th 2019) DENEUM streamed a broadcast for almost an hour on YouTube.

    I don't speak Russian, but from what I can derive from this broadcast it mainly dealt with their business model, roadmap, token sale and start of launch of their crypto currency DNM on Nov. 6th 2019.

    More details on their token structure and crypto currency details can be found here.

    Link is provided by the YouTube broadcast details. It looks like they already raised $720k during a private sale around May 2018.

    From Nov. 6th 2019 onwards everyone can buy their crypto currency (DNM).

    ( Rob Woudenberg , your post was moved here because the other thread is for science, technology and engineering only discussion of Deneum, the commercial aspects were purposefully left out of that thread, Greetings!!! Edited by: Curbina).

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    We have been controlled for 20 years by people like Sasha Borman, rot his guys around the internet, these creatures want to pump oil and kill the planet ...

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    CNF and CMM at RUDN Seminar ... ХЯС и ШМ в РУДН семинар...

    Нефть - это кровь планеты, надо сделать модель планеты и мы получим генератор Тарасенко, эта энергия покорит вселенную! :lenr:

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    This can not be good for LENR. While this article focuses mainly on mainstream Russian science, it will no doubt have a chilling effect on all research..including those in the Russia LENR community. This comes right after we had a record number of Russians attending ICCF22. Hopefully this crackdown will not slam the door shut, right as it was beginning to open.

    MOSCOW — The Lebedev Physics Institute in Moscow helped the Soviet Union detonate its first nuclear bomb, figured out how to build a hydrogen bomb and has stood for decades in the vanguard of Russian scientific achievement. Seven of its scientists have won Nobel Prizes. So it came as a shock last week when, shortly before celebrations to mark the 85th anniversary of the illustrious institute’s founding, its halls were suddenly swarming with security officers wearing masks and armed with automatic weapons.

    They searched the office of the institute’s director, Nikolai N. Kolachevsky, and questioned him for six hours about a supposed plot to export military-use glass windows. He later denounced the raid as a “masked show,” a phrase Russians use to describe increasingly over-the-top interventions by law enforcement agencies.
    The operation set off another round of what in recent months has become a favorite, if depressing, parlor game for Russia’s intelligentsia: trying to figure out why
    “siloviki,” or “people of force” — security, intelligence and military officials — have been acting so
    strangely and in ways at odds with the stated policy goals of President Vladimir V. Putin.

    It also provided a grim example of why, despite its scientific prowess, Russia has had such trouble diversifying its economy beyond just pulling oil, gas and other resources out of the ground. Mr. Putin has for years called on scientists to look beyond their books and laboratories, and use their world-class talents to help build a modern economy.

    But those who try to do so run a serious risk of getting raided by masked men with guns. Cases tend to drag on for months or years, leaving the careers and nerves of suspects shredded, even if they are eventually exonerated. That happened to Dmitri Trubitsyn, a former physicist who was arrested in 2017 in connection with a successful high-tech company he had set up in Siberia with fellow scientists. The case was finally closed more than a year later because of a lack of evidence to support accusations that he was running a criminal conspiracy to deceive regulators.

    Meeting with security force commanders on Wednesday in the Kremlin, Mr. Putin praised the Federal Security Service — known as the F.S.B., the successor to the domestic arm of the Soviet-era K.G.B. — for its growing role in “Russia’s integrated security,” while conceding that law enforcement agencies needed to work on “strengthening public confidence in them.”

    When they descended on the Lebedev Physics Institute last week, the security services carried out simultaneous raids on scientists and their family members. The main target of their investigation seems to have been Olga Kanorskaya, the daughter of a Lebedev scientist and the owner of a private company that, from an office she rented at the institute, built up a small business selling precision glassware.

    The intimidating scale of the investigation, with dozens of armed officers mobilized for the raids, “is brazen, stupid and very frightening,” Ms. Kanorskaya, 36, said in an interview. Security officers stormed her apartment just as she was sitting down for her morning coffee, while another team searched her parents’ apartment. They rifled through her possessions in search of evidence to prove an accusation that she says is “totally fictitious” — that she tried to export pieces of glass with potential military applications to Germany, a crime that carries a sentence of seven to 20 years in prison.

    She was taken in for questioning by police investigators and an F.S.B. officer. No matter what the eventual outcome of the investigation, the Lebedev institute’s scientific council complained in a tart statement that last week’s raids had “delivered colossal reputational damage with law enforcement organs discrediting themselves in the eyes of the scientific community.”

    Noting that the Kremlin had announced a special program last year to make scientific research more attractive and rewarding, particularly for young talent that might otherwise emigrate, the council added that the actions of Russia’s security forces “are impossible to imagine in a civilized country in which law enforcement agencies concern themselves with real, not invented, problems.”

    The physics institute saga has generated a swarm of theories to try to explain what is going on. One popular explanation is that the case is related to coming elections at the Russian Academy of Sciences and a bitter rivalry between the Lebedev Physics Institute and the Kurchatov Institute, a nuclear research center. Kurchatov is headed by Mikhail V. Kovalchuk, whose brother, Yuri V. Kovalchuk, is a banker in St. Petersburg and an old friend and crony of Mr. Putin. Mikhail Kovalchuk and the Lebedev Institute director, Mr. Kolachevsky, are both candidates in the Academy of Sciences elections. The two scientists have also clashed in the past over plans by the Kurchatov Institute to commercialize its nuclear projects.

    Referring to the elections in a message sent to fellow physicists after the raid on his office, Mr. Kolachevsky said, “I did not want to link these two events — but the scientific community itself has already come to a conclusion.” Another theory is that the F.S.B. simply needed a defense-related smuggling case to put in its annual report before the end of the year. Yet another is that a Russian business rival, jealous of foreign sales by Ms. Kanorskaya’s company, bribed the security services to knock out its competitor. The case against Mr. Trubitsyn in Siberia is widely believed to have begun with bribery by a commercial rival.

    Ms. Kanorskaya is not sure what prompted her travails. “All I know for certain,” she said, “is that the case is totally fabricated and made-to-order.” The case centers on the activities of Trioptics, a company Ms. Kanorskaya set up in 2016 in partnership with a subsidiary of Rusnano, a state-owned venture that promotes the development of high-tech enterprises. Ms Kanorskaya later split from the state-funded company, buying out its 35 percent share in Trioptics and moving in 2018 into office space rented from the Lebedev Institute, where her father works.

    “There is nothing secret or sensitive in what we do,” she said, explaining that her business involved buying specialty glass from China, processing it in Moscow, and then selling it for use in meteorological stations and other precision equipment, often to foreign clients. All her company did to the Chinese-made glass at the center of the investigation, she said, was add an antireflection coating to meet the specifications of a customer in Germany. She exported four pieces of the same glass, worth around $15,000, to the same company in Bavaria in the summer last year without any problem. But when she tried later in the year to send two more pieces to the same customer, her shipper in Moscow suggested that she get a permit from a government agency that monitors exports to make sure they do not have military uses.

    After providing an expert’s certification that the glass was of a type with no military applications, she received the necessary permit and everything seemed in order.

    Then the F.S.B. got involved. In February, the security service’s department for economic crimes sent a letter to the customs service saying that it had “received information” that Ms. Kanorskaya’s company was breaking the law by trying to export controlled items. The Investigative Committee, Russia’s version of the F.B.I., opened a criminal case.

    For the moment, neither Ms. Kanorskaya; her father, Sergei; nor Mr. Kolachevsky, the director of the Lebedev institute, has been formally charged.

    An informal association of Russian academics and scientists called the July 1 Club denounced the case as a “masquerade” and prominent intellectuals weighed in on social media with exasperated messages assailing the security services.

    Mr. Kolachevsky, in his statement to fellow scientists, noted that the raid on his institute was the first time that a research center connected with so many renowned scientists had been “turned upside down by the ‘polite people,’ ” — Russian slang for security service officers. He said he had counted 30 officers from three different agencies, supported by “masked machine gunners.”

    He added that the operation could be the result of a “tip-off or some kind of fantastical foolishness and lack of coordination in the work of the siloviki.” Whatever the reason, he said, “there is nothing especially surprising here. Everything fits into the ‘witch hunt’ script that has been gaining momentum with every year.”

  • Дорогие друзья, 8 ноября 2019

    Мы решили остановить Initial Exchange Offering по причине низких сборов. Как вы знаете, для достижения стадии прототипа проекту необходимо как минимум 1.5 млн евро. Преимущественно инвестиции привлекаются через конвертируемый заем, тогда как Token Sale рассматривался как дополнение и возможность небольшим частным инвесторам принять участие в нашем проекте. К сожалению, мы оказались неправы, посчитав, что текущая конъюнктура на крипто рынке располагает к проведению успешной кампании по размещению даже небольшого количества токенов. Мы понимаем, что общие сборы не окажут существенную поддержку проекту, однако создадут бремя, которое будет отвлекать нас от основной деятельности. Размещение будет отменено сегодня и средства будут возвращены инвесторам. Тем, кто заинтересован в инвестициях через конвертируемый заем с последующим получением акций компании — пишите нам на [email protected].

    С наилучшими пожеланиями,

    Дмитрий Самойловских

    Основатель и руководитель проекта DENEUM

    Dear friends, 8 November 2019

    We decided to stop the Exchange Initial Offering because of the low fees. As you know, the project needs at least 1.5 million euros to reach the prototype stage. Mostly investments are attracted through a convertible loan, while Token Sale was considered as an addition and an opportunity for small private investors to participate in our project. Unfortunately, we were wrong to believe that the current situation in the crypto market is conducive to a successful campaign to place even a small number of tokens. We understand that the total fees will not provide significant support to the project, but will create a burden that will distract us from the main activities. The placement will be cancelled today and the funds will be returned to investors. For those who are interested in investing through a convertible loan with the subsequent receipt of shares of the company — write to us at [email protected].

    With best regards,

    Dmitry Samoilovsky

    Founder and project Manager DENEUM

  • a historical view of energoniva from 3 months ago

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    maybe something new?

    from Artem/

    The well-known works of A.V. Vachaev and N.I. Ivanov at the Energoniva installation, carried out in the 1990s

    , have not lost their appeal due to the relevance of the results.

    The ensuing "gold rush" of attempts to find the principles of work and reproduction of the energoniva effects in full has not yet yielded the expected results.

    A.V. Vachaev's legendary Energoniva is still a mystery.

    This work attempts to take a fresh look at the experiments of Vacaev-Ivanov and their followers Pankov V.A. and Kuzmin B.P.

    in order to obtain reliable and reproducible experimental results. A new series of direct electricity experiments have involved mixtures of fine metal powders and water. By passing an electric current through such a mixture it was possible to obtain the generation of noticeable electrical power at high frequencies

    . There is a direct analogy with the long-known and forgotten methods of generating electric vibrations

    a.A. Glagoleva-Arkadyeva. In the same historical connection, the properties of a similar device - a coherenter, which appeared long before the experiments of A.A. Glagoleva-Arkadyeva are considered. The hypothesis of the participation of charged clusters of K. Scholes in the implementation of LENR processes in Energoniva is considered; examples of experimental definition of the properties and characteristics of such charged structures are given.

    The report provides tables of new chemical elements, their X-ray spectra, circuits, stress and current oscillograms, and videos of experiments conducted. LENR ENERGY Cold Nuclear Synthesis Laboratory Forum

  • I know Godin Sergey well, I feel sorry for him, he went the wrong way and banned my topic on his forum ... Russian version ... to ban anyone who disagrees !!!

    Я хорошо знаю Година Сергея, мне жаль его, он пошел не правильным путем и забанил мою тему на его форуме ... Русский вариант... банить всех, кто не согласен!!!

  • Unrealized plasmachemical effects hmmm?! I know some think we "kinda have to" put D-D fusion or proton capture in the how of "LENR", in order to justify the N in the acronym. It isn't seen even in LENR circles that quite energetic atomic proccesses with apparent isotope shift affects can happen without breaking, fusing or inducing decay (with unstable isotopes this seems easiest) of nucleons. This possibility doesn't mean the nuclei don't interact or influence each other, the key would be interaction without enough energy for expected nuclear byproducts. Reaction energy would come from unusually close atomic bonds/orbits inside usual outer electron diameters, stabilised by pico-scale forces. This is allowing copious release of atomic potencial without the negatives of the expected difficult higher energy nuclear reactions requiring less practical setups. Sure the energy per H or metal atom is less but this is still 100s of times to a ~100 thousand times denser than regular chemical energy. These experiments look quite interesting!

  • Not much data.. unfortunately..

    Its very hard to do nuclear science with kopeks..

    there were more rubles in the 1990's

    Facts, well they need more sensitive instruments and such. Should bring these scientists to Mexico, South Africa, overseas UK/US territories, Philippines or the Carribean. Some place that's open minded, has money, but more in need than the US/Britain/Canada, with less local specialised expertise. Like after ww2 with the German scientists infusing American aerospace with life.

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    Looks like Deneum failed to get their EU funding. Sorry to hear that Dmitry.