I can't imagine that this paper from Barsoum is intended for external publication. It looks like a very hasty composed laboratory note that may be part of other notes related to internal LENR proposals.
It's full of spelling mistakes and false statements.
The claims are rather bold. It's not clear what type of car light bulbs have been used either (they can be any wattage between 2 and 70W). There are no energy measurements included.
I only see some possible LENR components:
- Hydrated Alkali Aluminum Silicates are also known as zeolites. Zeolites can be used to free alkali ions.
- Discharging a lead acid battery releases Hydrogen ions.
Alkali ions are often applied in battery technologies. So adding zeolites to a lead acid battery could just extend the electro-chemical capacity of a lead acid batterij. Barsoem should at least analyze the chemical options to verify his incomplete observations before suggesting infinitive energy caused by LENR.