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    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The following post has been submitted by Justin McCarthy A lone inventor announced that he had an invention that would change the world forever. It involved heating up metal to extreme temperatures with some special gasses. It involved unknown reactions which the inventor couldn’t fully explain how it worked. When the invention turned on, a […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Andrea Rossi today responded to a question from a reader who asked him what the eventual model of the QuarkX reactor (Rossi’s most recent version of the E-Cat). He responded: Andrea Rossi September 30, 2016 at 4:00 PM Andrea: Yes, in these last days we made tremendous progress. The modules will be real “quarkx”, they […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Andrea Rossi has give an interesting reply on the Journal of Nuclear Physics to a question by Tom Conover who asked Rossi if he could disclose any more details, without revealing anything confidential, about his current work with the QuarkX, the current version of the E-Cat that is under development. Here is Rossi’s response: Andrea […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']John Maguire is a journalist and interviewer who has been interested in the LENR/cold fusion field for some time, and he has interviewed some interesting interviews with people in the field. He has recently published a couple of new interviews on his Pentamental show on Syncbook Radio, which subject with Edmund Storms and myself, Frank […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to Ged for posting this: “Hey everyone, just wanted to give a heads up that MFMP may be releasing something important soon. Those who get the donor e-mails will know what I mean. I don’t know what it is, just to keep an eye on their Facebook page.” I have been in touch with […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']UPDATE (Sep 25, 2016) Here’s an update from Andrea Rossi on what’s going on with regard to addressing the problems with overheating that he has reported below Antonio September 24, 2016 at 7:17 AM Dear Andrea Rossi, I understand from your last comments that you resolved the problems you had days ago with the Quarkx: […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to georgehants for posting a link to a new article on the Forbes website by Ethan Siegel titled: “Is Cold Fusion Feasible, Or is it a Fraud?” Link his here: This is another article from an established media entity on the subject of cold fusion lately, so for some reason there’s more attention […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']A new article on the current state of cold fusion has been posted on the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) website written by Torah Kachur, titled “Q&A: Why the controversial science of cold fusion is getting hot again” The link is here: It’s pretty much the same kind of article that we see from time […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']I have been re-reading the report about the Tohoku University LENR experiment and have found it includes information that might provide clues about why LENR may or may not occur in some experiments. Just to recap: 1. The Tohoku experiment uses a system with two palladium electrodes inside a cylindrical chamber. A nickel mesh is […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']There have been some questions and comments in recent days on the Journal of Nuclear Physics regarding the current status of the E-Cat QuarkX. Andrea Rossi’s responses there indicate that there are still some problems to overcome before it can be ready to use in a commercial product. Andrea Rossi has said that the QuarkX […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']UPDATE: Sep 20, 2016, Thanks to Barbierir for noticing that IH et al have updated their Answer again, and this time have included James A. Bass as one of the third parties against whom they have listed a counter complaint. This must mean that James A. Bass is now considered a real person by them, […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to reader Bob (not Greenyer) for a comment today which cites a new report by Kenji Kaneko, Nikkei BP Clean Tech Institute, translated from the orginal Japanese by Jed Rothwell and posted on the LENR-CANR website here: It reports on work taking place at the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (CMNS) Department at Tohoku […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Today Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project posted this comment in connection to a new reactor design that he and Bob Higgins are working on. (ClamShell) – A low input power, high temperature reactor Given our data from the GlowStick series of experiments, Bob Higgins has recognised the need to try and reduce […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to readers who have pointed out the following article from the Danish website Ingeniøren (The Engineer) which looks at the recent developments at Aarhus University where the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has been invited to collaborate on a LENR research project. The link below is to an English translation (by Google) of the original […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The Energy 2.0 Society is hosting a webinar which will be presented by Ruby Carat, the publisher of, documentary filmmaker and long-time advocate of cold fusion/LENR. Ruby will be speaking about her experiences in the LENR field going back to 2010; she has interviewed many key researchers in the LENR field and has worked […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Brilliant Light Power continues to promote its technology, and has recently announced that it will hold a Fall Industry Day on October 26th at its facility in Cranbury, New Jersey where, according to the announcement, there will be “Invitational Public Presentation by Noted Speakers from Telecomm, Climate Change, Academic, and Market Strategy Fields with SunCell® […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to all who have mentioned a new article by Michael Brooks published in the New Scientist magazine titled “Cold Fusion: Science’s Most Controversial Technology is Back” The subheading reads: “The claim to have tamed the sun in the lab was debunked 25 years ago. So why are governments and investors now pouring money into […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']LENR replicator who goes by the name Me356 has garnered quite a bit of attention recently with claims that he has been able to see significant success in creating LENR systems that can produce significant levels of excess energy. He has also reported the production of nuclear markers such as neutrons from his systems, and […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']The recent appearance of the report by Mosier-Boss, Forsley and McDaniel, released for public access by US Defense Threat Reduction Agency report on LENR, claims that it is possible to replicate the original Pons and Fleischmann effect with a certain Palladium co-deposition technique. The paper reports detailed experimental protocols and results which suggest that Pons […][/feedquote]
    [feedquote='E-Cat World','']Thanks to Mats Lewan for pointing out the following article The Daily Caller news and political website has an article titled “Feds May Have Made a Huge Breakthrough in Cold Fusion.” ( The article, by energy and science reporter Andrew Follett is in reference to the report we cited here last week released by the […][/feedquote]