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    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']A team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory reports a technological breakthrough that could have an impact on some of the most perplexing environmental and energy issues of our day — how to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, how to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, and coming up with an efficient method […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']A video from the ICCF20 conference in Sendai, Japan has been uploaded to YouTube of a presentation Michael Halem of LENR-Invest, LLC, reporting on his experience trying to validate the Brillouin Hydrogen Hot Tube (HHT) in an experiment carried out at SRI headquarters in Berkeley, California. His goal was to find out if the HHT […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Some new document has been published in the court case. One is an “ORDER granting Motion for Protective Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge John J. O’Sullivan on 10/14/2016” in which materials considered to be confidential by any party involved can be covered by a strict order of secrecy. The full order can be read here: […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Roger Shawyer, the British inventor of the EmDrive, a exhaust-less thruster, has been interviewed by the IB Times. There is an article, with two videos at this link Here are some notes I took from watching the interview with Shawyer. Eric Laithwaite claimed that a gyroscope could be used as a thruster. This got […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Peter Gluck on his Ego Out website reported yesterday that Polish-American electrochemist Stanislaw Szpak, who worked at the US Navy’s SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific agency, has died at the age of 96. Szpak was a longtime researcher in the field of LENR/cold fusion, having become interested in the field following the Pons and Fleischmann announcement […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']If anyone is hoping for a speedy conclusion to the Rossi v. Darden et al court proceedings, Andrea Rossi doesn’t share that expectation. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics today he was asked how long he though the litigation would last, and his response was “at least one year”. The proceedings have become more complex […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The document and comments have been submitted to me by Tom Conover, aka Wizkid Control Tests & Live Run Results: Tests Performed 10/09/2016 thru 10/10/2016 To the readers: I read the temperature from 2 to 20 times per second. The way that I dropped the temperature during the run was that I controlled the […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']In a number of recent comments on the Journal of Nuclear Physics, Andrea Rossi has stated that in testing with the QuarkX reactor, they are approaching ‘Sigma 5’ levels of reliability. I asked Rossi what this meant in terms of the QuarkX. He replied: Andrea Rossi October 10, 2016 at 9:09 AM Frank Acland: In […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']A new article by Hank Mills has been posted on the Looking for Heat website here: The is titled “Rossi’s Knot Untangled: Practical Mechanisms For The Induction of Cold Fusion in Metal Hydrides” and it contains Hank’s current thinking on what is required for replicators to achieve the Rossi Effect based on wide-ranging research […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The following post has been submitted by Axil Axil The posit of this post is that anisotropic magnets produce the LENR reaction because the unbalanced field lines being a monopole field produces magnetic field lines that tend to be twisted thus producing excitation in the nucleons via CP symmetry breaking. Having been excited, the proton […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']A new article written by Alan Smith and Hank Mills has been published on the Looking for Heat website titled “Ultrasonic Fuel Treatment As A Gateway To Nickel/Hydrogen LENR”. It has been posted as a “discussion document,” and describes an experimental protocol that Alan and Hank hypothesize could provide a means of achieving significant excess […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The following post has been submitted by Rainer Rander Recently Mr. Robert Greenyer from the so called “MFMP Project” attacked, during a presentation done at ICCF20, the results of the “Lugano Report”, a technical report written, more than two years ago, by an international group of scientists that clearly shows that a prototype of the […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to Sam for pointing out this comment on Peter Gluck’s Ego Out website here: NEWS FROM ICCF- At the gala dinner at Sendai it was announced that the next ICCF21 will take place in June 2018 at Raleigh (North Caroline) organized by Industrial Heat. In May 2017 it will be organized a workshop […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The following post has been submitted by Thomas Conover Anomaly found @ 920c during LENR testing 1.6 % increase in temp with 2.3% less power. Not enough to crow about, but hey, it’s my first rodeo. More tests now scheduled to amplify this if possible. Tom Conover See the report here: See a demo […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The following comment was submitted by Zeddicus23 I’m not sure where is the best place to post this but I’ve been reading Jean-Paul Biberian’s summaries of the ICCF20 talks ( and I have a few thoughts on LENR. (1) Several talks indicate that the optimum temperature for excess heat is around 300 C. A claim […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to artefact for providing this link to a new patent application that has been published on the US Patent and Trademarks Office site: The title is “Power Generation System and Methods Regarding Same.”  Here is the abstract: A solid fuel power source that provides at least one of thermal and electrical power such […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has produced a new video title “Life Changing” in which he discusses the work of Ukranian scientist Vladimir Vysotskii, who has found that biological transmutations are able to take place with the help of bacteria. Vysotskii reports that certain bacteria, when exposed to an unstable element — […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The Nobel Prize Committee has awarded the 2016 prize in Physics to British scientists working in the field of condensed matter physics, Michael Kosterlitz (Brown University), David Thouless (University of Washington) and Duncan Haldane (Princeton University). The Nobel award is “for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” From the press […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to Pelgrim for letting us know that the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has started to upload videos from the ICCF20 conference that is currently taking place at Tohoku University in Japan to its YouTube Channel. Link to the videos is here: So far only two videos are listed, but I expect more will […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Andrea Rossi has been answering a number of new questions about the QuarkX reactor on the Journal of Nuclear Physics since he revealed that each reactor is now smaller than ever. The reason for its reduction from 20W to 100W is, according to Rossi, for safety reasons. He said: “safety is first. Making modules of […][/feedquote]