NASA’s updated Lattice Assisted Nuclear Fusion revamped site (Have Fleischmann and Pons been finally vindicated?)

  • this kind of reaction is cold fusion

    At any rate impacting TiDx with 10-25keV D is not LENR

    The Lipinski 2013 experimental results for Li +P fusion


    The maximum rate occurred with protons incident on the
    target at an energy of about 500 eV,"

    look a good deal colder than the Helis 10 keV results

    but are still warm

    However the yield from such collision experiments is low.

    10 kev = 116,000,000 K(Boltzmann)

    500 eV = 5,802000 K .

    by collisons only...

    some cold fusion might happen well below 1eV.. but there wouldn't be much

    of course there are catalytic and orientative mechanisms proposed

    but these don't tend to happen if the collisions are happening at speeds much greater than bullets.…ysRevAccelBeams.22.054503

    S. Lipinski and H. Lipinski, Hydrogen-lithium fusion
    device, Patent No. WO 2014/189799 A9, 2013.

  • Gives credit where credit is due...

    Have Fleischmann and Pons been finally vindicated?


    On Synnefo

    Its only a question of money and time, like most things.” – Lawrence Forsley, physicist at the University of Texas and CTO of Global Energy Corp, on lattice confinement fusion scaling, 2020.

    "Developments in Lattice Confinement Fusion" By Kaiter Enless



    Lattice confinement was pioneered by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons

    (though they did not use the term) during their tumultuous 1989 “cold fusion” experiments at NAWCWD, wherein they used a cathode composed of a special type of Palladium (Pd) to absorb the hydrogen isotope Deuterium (D) from heavy water (D2O). Despite promising claims of nuclear reaction, Fleischman and Pons’ work was ill-recieved (MIT derided the nascent technology by holding a mock wake) and consequently sidelined.

    Recently, researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center of Cleveland, Ohio, in pursuit of energy sources for deep space missions, experimented with this third process by utilizing Deuterium in Erbium (Er) and Titanium (Ti) structures maintained at ambient temperature, wherein kinetic energies were raised to plasma-comparable levels. Fusion was produced by condensing D atoms to 1 billion times tokamak density (1023 ions/cm3) in the metal substrate and using a neutron source (2.9 MeV gama exposure causing photodisassociation of D, which splinters d-protons and d-neutrons) to heat the fuel, prompting *d-d (energetic-static) and Oppenheimer-Phillips reactions, producing a neutron and helium-3 or a proton and tritium (which may also react, producing more energy). - end quotes

    Author Kaiter Enless

  • Yes this is similar with FPE.

    If you focus on the mechanism of FPE, please review my report…6756_Kodama-LENR-20210412

    FPE is just D absorption and by chance Cold fusion occurs.

    I do not agree with NASA's theory.

    Here is the related report of EDO.

    AS is explaied in the following papar, current nuclear physics ahs a huge miatake(meaning incorrect), so Cold Fusion must be validated after the nuclear physics society agrre with EDO theory and existence.…ns_and_internal_electrons
    Here is the report on the EDO and

    Neutron to be the tightly bound proton-electron pair and the nucleus to be constituted by protons and internal electrons…ns_and_internal_electrons

  • Forsley of GEC and the NASA LCF 'cold n hot fusion' team has an office at Plum Bròok Station, completing the GEC NASA Space Act Agreement.

    Just a heads up... Plum Brook has been renamed.

    Plum Brook Station Renamed

    Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility

    Feb. 2021

    Ohio’s members of Congress have paid tribute to Neil Armstrong by renaming Plum Brook Station in his honor. Armstrong began his career at NASA Glenn and went on to inspire generations of scientists, engineers,

    and explorers.

    “I’m excited to share the news that NASA’s Plum Brook Station has been renamed NASA John H. Glenn Research Center at the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility,” said Center Director Dr. Marla Pérez-Davis. “As the center where he began his NASA career, NASA Glenn is proud to share the name of the first

    person to walk on the Moon.”

    The center will be working with members of Congress on plans to officially unveil the test facility in the near


    AeroSpace Frontiers

    is an official publication of Glenn Research

    Center, National Aeronautics and Space

    Administration. It is published the second

    Friday of each month by the Office of

    Communications & External Relations

    in the interest of the Glenn workforce,

    retirees, government officials, business

    leaders and the general public.

  • Why not BuzzLightyear... to infinity and beyond?

    John H. Glenn Research Center at the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility,

    Forsley seems to have a focus on co-deposition after so many years of research

    For introducing deuterium(H) into lattice co-deposition is convenient because it can be achieved at room T/P

    . it looks a lot easier than the use of millibar pressures( perhaps these are to remove oxygen as well) as used by Mizuno in the R20 or high energy ion implantation

    but the fundamental nature of the fusion.. does it really produce neutrons.. is still unknown

    also the Cr-39 measurement is post hoc..long after the fusion has occurred

    perhaps a gamma spectrometer in the 0-200 keV range is more instructive.

  • >For introducing deuterium(H) into lattice co-deposition is convenient because it can be achieved at room T/P

    YES this is very important to use Ni-D etc at the proximity of the reaction surface.

    Because the total excess heat is determined by the D supply speed so the very high D concentration at the proximity of reaction surface is critical.