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    テクノロジーが拓く未来の暮らし Vol.60 核融合に新たな技術 量子水素エネルギーとは?
    核融合発電の実用化は着実に近づいている。一方、水素原子が融合する際に放出される膨大な熱を利用する、常温核融合に注目集まる。株式会社クリーンプラネットと東北大学は、「量子水素エネルギー」と命名し、開発に取り組んでいる。
    ene-fro.com



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    As previously covered in Enefro, (?) nuclear fusion power generation is a technology that many countries are working on developing as a next-generation energy source. Its practical application is steadily approaching. (Reference article: Nuclear fusion, competition intensifies for practical application Microsoft will be supplied with electricity in 2028, 2023.06.27, 2022.05.17 New technologies one after another for practical use of "nuclear fusion reactor") Amidst this, the world of nuclear fusion A new wind is starting to blow. This is what is called "Quantum Hydrogen Energy (QHe)." "Quantum hydrogen energy" is a term uniquely used by Clean Planet Co., Ltd. (hereinafter "Clean Planet") for a technology that utilizes the enormous amount of heat released when hydrogen atoms fuse. The principle is the same as nuclear fusion. It is expected to be a next-generation clean energy technology. It is being developed by Clean Planet, a venture company from Japan. According to the company, quantum hydrogen energy means that "by heating a small amount of hydrogen absorbed in a nickel-based nanocomposite metal material, the hydrogen quantum diffuses and an exothermic reaction occurs." It was developed jointly with Tohoku University, a top runner in this field. "It is a form of nuclear fusion reaction and can provide heat of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius on an industrial scale."

    New video from ICCF25


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    Gregory Chaitin: Complexity, Metabiology, Gödel, Cold Fusion

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    In the video from today thay referring to a report from Cambridge University that come out last week. About 6.23 in the video.

    In the Whether Cambridge gets involved or not depends to a certain extent on my report. And I am still waiting for some data - collected by a 3rd party. ETA- any report will of course be the property of ENG8- publication will to a certain extent be up to them.

    Excited to hear about progress!


    Video published today

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    Replication and validation needs to be done in a slow way, Rhe release of LK-99 (superconductor viral) was not planned in an optimal way and creates confusion.



    Video from Eng 8 for about one month ago.

    Maybe it's in the thread, I've missed it.

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    The team behind the LENR forum takes no position on whether it will be possible to develop this technology into a commercial unit. More data needed!

    A South Korean research team believes that thay has found an solution for superconductor.

    Fantastic news if it is correct!!




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    Wikipedia

    LK-99 is a potential room-temperature superconductor with a gray‒black appearance.[2]: 8  It has a hexagonal structure slightly modified from leadapatite, by introducing small amounts of copper. The material was first discovered and manufactured by a team of researchers including Sukbae Lee (이석배) and Ji-Hoon Kim (김지훈) from Korea University.[2]: 1  The team claims it functions as a superconductor at ambient pressure and below 400 K (127 °C; 260 °F).[3][2]: 1 


    As of 1 August 2023, the material has not been confirmed to be superconducting at any temperature. The synthesis of LK-99 and observation of its superconductivity have not been peer reviewed or independently replicated.[4] The announcement was widely shared and the reaction by the scientific world was mainly skeptical due to the extraordinary nature of the claims,[5] and errors and inconsistencies in the pre-published papers. Independent teams are attempting to replicate the South Korean team's work, with results expected in August 2023 owing to the straightforward method of producing the material.[5]

    The initial studies announcing the discovery were uploaded to the open-access repository of electronic preprints arXiv. Lee claimed that the uploaded preprint papers were incomplete,[6] while coauthor Hyun-Tak Kim (김현탁) stated that one of the papers contained defects.[7]

    Hello!

    The LENR forum team is now launching a new website!


    In the last month, we have sketched and worked on a website that will highlight content from the LENR Forum.

    Here you will find news, our archive of newsletters, video interviews and more.



    LENR News


    @pete.darling has done a fantastic job,

    Are you looking for help with web development?

    Appendigital


    Please give us feedback in this thread.

    Update 20230728


    Ten reports written by Politecnico di Torino researchers (group lead by prof. Alberto Carpinteri) are published in the Downloads / Scientific Reports section of our website. These newly published reports are marked as “Politecnico di Torino report”.


    These reports present years of experimental results, as well as new theoretic results.

    These reports contain overwhelming evidence of transmutations during the fracture of brittle materials. Such transmutations are correlated with the presence of high frequency (THz range) phonons, and are accompanied by low intensity neutron emission.


    As a practical aspect, these results demonstrate the feasibility of neutron detection based earthquake warning.

    The theoretic studies elaborate on the role of high-frequency phonons, and explore what the fission-like transmutation patterns reveal about nuclear structures.

    These reports are a solid foundation for exploring the puzzling energy source behind the observed fission-like transmutations.



    Politecnico di Torino reports published – CleanHME

    A new American movie hade recently premiered. Many who have seen it believe that this is a film that will go down in history as "one of the better ones".



    "The story of American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in the development of the atomic bomb."


    Rules

    No spoilers

    How do I prepare before watching? (Some find it confusing if you don't know the history. Suggest how to best prepare)

    Tell us what you think!





    Oppenheimer Trailer

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