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    What is this source of energy? The two most commonly applied names for it are Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), and Cold Fusion — but in actuality the mechanisms involved in this energy source are still unclear. What we do know is that when hydrogen is combined with certain metals such as nickel or palladium under certain conditions, a reaction is triggered which produces energy in quantities far greater than is possible with any known chemical reaction without the production of any harmful emissions or radiation.


    The Energy 2.0 Society is a nonprofit organization formed to increase awareness about this clean and efficient source of energy and to promote its use with the purpose of improving quality of life for people everywhere



    More info
    http://energy2point0.org/

    Working group will answer questions!
    The authors of the long term test-report of the hot-cat had offered us the possibility to ask them a bunch of questions. Our idea is that YOU can post your question to the authors of the report here in this thread.


    At the end we will together select which questions (let's say up to 10) we will actually send to them. You can do this by simply upvote your favorite question as seen in the picture below ;)


    Update 2014-10-25
    The Working Group is not able to give us the answers right away, but they promise to take in what we write.
    I guess we'll see an updated report that takes insperation from this thread.




    Please, think through the issue and explain in detail.
    Also, appreciate if the member can be pressent in this thread.

    A new report from a 32-day measurement of the energy unit E-cat, reported large amounts of energy released and the clear signs of a nuclear-physical process. The observations can not be explained by established theories.




    (UPDATED). A new long-term measurement was conducted by Swedish and Italian researchers at the energy unit E-cat - a half-meter-long reactor body with an unknown process inside.


    Two significant results are recorded in the reportthat have not been reviewed by any publication.One is an energy production totaling 1.5 MWh from about one gram of fuel - far beyond what is possible with chemical reactions, and over three times more than the energy input. The second is the isotopic changes in the spent fuel, thus changes in the nuclei, suggesting a nuclear physical process.


    Despite this, no radiation measured either in the spent fuel or outside the reactor during operation, which is contrary to known physics.


    The report titled "Observation of abundant heat production from a reactor device and of isotopic changes in the fuel" was written by Giuseppe Levi, Evelyn Foschi, Bo Höistad, Roland Pettersson, Lars Tegner and Hanno Essen all participated in aprevious survey and report about the E-cat.


    In the commentary, they write:


    We have a device that provides heat energy compatible with nuclear changes, but it works with low energy levels and produces no radioactive waste or radiation. Based on the basic knowledge of nuclear physics, this should not be possible. Nevertheless, we need to relate to the fact that the experimental results from our test shows a greater heat than than chemical combustion, and the fuel in the E-cat undergoes nuclear changes. Indeed, it is very unsatisfactory that so far there is no convincing theoretical explanation for these results, but the experimental results can not be dismissed or just ignored because of a lack of theoretical understanding. "


    Based on the criticism of an earlier measurement , the group has made several changes to reduce the scope for errors and uncertainty. Among other measurements were made on neutral ground in a laboratory in Switzerland. The electrical measurements on the input energy was accurate, a test run of the reactor with no fuel was made for calibration, and the chemical analysis of the fuel to examine any core changes have occurred. The analysis of the fuel was made by five independent methods.


    Stephan Pomp, Professor of Applied Nuclear Physics at Uppsala University, who has previously been critical of the measurements, said in a blog post that nuclear changes are unlikely, and that "by far the most likely conclusion of the fuel analysis is that they [the researchers] have been fooled."


    Göran Ericsson, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy at Uppsala University, comments:


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    BlackRock, Inc. is an American fund managers
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    BlackRock, Inc. is a U.S.-headquartered multinational investment management corporation based in New York City. Founded in 1988, initially as a risk management and fixed income institutional asset manager, BlackRock became the world's largest asset manager as of 2010 after numerous acquisitions including Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, Quellos, State Street, and Barclays Global.[4] As of 2014, BlackRock has $4.59 trillion in assets under management.



    What happens when the ecat report came out yesterday?


    "While looking in the logs after publishing the E-Cat report I found out that within minutes it was downloaded by an IP number owned by Blackrock/Barcleys. Within minutes after that oil futures started to fall and have stayed volatile since" Thanks to Torkel, sifferkoll


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    DEBATE. We do not know if the results of the latest tests with the energy catalyzer may be repeated and explained. But now we are getting responses and initiates a Swedish research initiative, writes Magnus Olofsson, CEO Elforsk.




    Yesterday it was announced startling results from a month-long series of measurements on a so-called energy catalyst. The report was written by researchers from Uppsala University, KTH and the University of Bologna. It describes a development of heat that can not be explained by chemical reactions. Clear isotope changes in the analyzed fuel indicates instead that in the case of nuclear reactions at low temperatures. It suggests that we may be facing a new way to extract nuclear energy.Probably without ionizing radiation and radioactive waste. The discovery could eventually become very important for the world's energy supply.


    The central part of the reactor is narrow and two inches long. In the experiments, the reactor was at a temperature up to about 1400 degrees Celsius. Net developed 1,500 kWh energy as heat. The heat energy released was three to four times the electrical energy input. This with approximately one gram of the fuel consisting of hydrogen charged with nickel additives in powder form.


    Elforsk in recent years has followed the development of what has come to be called nuclear reactions at low energy, LENR - Low Energy Nuclear Reactions.Elforsk include published a compilation of knowledge about LENR. Elforsk has also co-funded the current measurements and earlier measurements. While the earlier measurements showed an unexplained excess energy.


    If it is possible to safely achieve and control the now indicated nuclear reactions waiting probably eventually a fundamental transformation of our energy system. It can open for decentralized energy supply. Electricity and heat can then be produced with relatively simple components. Climate Efficient energy would be very cheap.


    In the current situation we do not know if all this is too fantastic to be true. The measurement results indicate that a new way of extracting nuclear power may have been discovered. A small group of Swedish scientists are deeply involved in trying to understand the underlying physics. Sweden thus has a unique chance to be involved in leading research and development in the LENR area.


    Elforsk now taking the initiative to build a comprehensive Swedish research initiative. More knowledge is needed to understand and explain. Let us engage more researchers in searching coat phenomenon and then explain how it works.

    Magnus Olofsson, CEO Elforsk



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    "Elforsk.se"
    Measurements on LENR reactor reported – energy release and isotopes


    Yesterday, astounding results from month-long measurements on a so-called “energy catalyser” were reported. The report, written by researchers from Uppsala University, KTH and the University of Bologna, describes a release of heat that cannot be explained by chemical reactions alone. Isotope changes in the analysed fuel instead indicate that nuclear reactions might have occurred at low temperatures. It implies that we may be facing a new way to extract nuclear energy possibly without ionizing radiation and radioactive waste. The discovery could potentially become very important for the world's energy supply.


    The central part of the reactor is a narrow cylinder that is two decimetre long. In the experiments, the reactor operated at temperatures up to about 1 400 degrees Celsius. A net energy release of 1 500 kWh was observed. The thermal energy output was three to four times the electrical energy input. The reactor was filled with 1 gram hydrogen-loaded nickel powder and some additives.


    In recent years, Elforsk has followed the development of what has come to be called LENR – Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. Elforsk has published an overview summary of LENR. Elforsk has co-funded the work described in the report in addition to earlier measurements that showed an anomalous excess of energy.


    If it is possible to safely operate and control these reactions that are now believed to be nuclear reactions, we may see a fundamental transformation of our energy system. Electricity and heat could then be produced with relatively simple components, facilitating a decentralization of energy supply that could be both inexpensive and part of a solution for global climate change.


    More research is needed to understand and explain. Let us engage more researchers in trying to validate and then explain how it works.


    Magnus Olofsson, CEO Elforsk



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    http://www.elforsk.se/LENR-Matrapport-publicerad/

    Low Energy Nuclear Reactions in Pistol shrimps
    Cavitation bubbles similar to NanoSpire


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    New Energy Technologies: What Can We Believe?


    Garret Moddel University of Colorado at Boulder33nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific ExplorationSan Francisco, June 5-7, 2014 Presented 6 June 2014