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Posts by Werner Heilmann

    Hello Andrea,
    this is my first posting here, thank you for this great forum on LENR. I'm watching the unfolding of LENR now since about 3 years and I am very much hoping that 2015 will let us see the breakthrough of LENR by availability of the first commercial device. LENR might really be a "game changer" for the "old" powers.
    In regard to your posting: similar thoughts have been expressed in a Swedish blog named "Sifferkoll" already right after the publication of the "Lugano report" on October 8th and after the oil price started to decline, please have a look at the following links, the first one already from October 10th!
    http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/?p=401; http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/?p=443; http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/?p=488; http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/?p=527; http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/?p=555
    Especially the following link is a read, from my opinion; it primarily focuses on the water boiling replication of the E-Cat by Alexander G. Parkhomov, but over all its evaluation goes far beyond that:
    It is a proven fact that "big oil" has begun to sell oil fields massively around 2011 (some guys are still wondering why, maybe we now know better?), when the first public test of the E-Cat has been presented and that "big oil" is massively "short" on oil since summer 2014.
    Citation: "Shell has been on a massive divestment strategy on its oil field assets, from Africa to the Far East since September 2011, though as it was already tracking the Black Swan and has a department specifically tasked with watching this particular Black Swan develop, it knew before the others, it just speeded up its divestment of oil fields as the Black Swan became more visible.
    They accelerated the sales of their oil fields as a certain report from the town of Lugano in Switzerland started doing the rounds in the scientific circles in June July of 2014.
    Other Fossil Fuel companies on a divestment strategy since September 2011 include BP who sold their stakes in fields in the North Sea, Russia, the Arctic and the Gulf to name but a few, and not even batting an eyelid about being refused license to buy future assets in the Gulf."
    So, from that point of view, LENR is publicly working already! This is very much beneficial from a consumer's and European point of view. :)

    Best regards