Author Topic: NASA Langley confirms they are working to confirm the Widom/Larsen LENR theory  (Read 57473 times)

Offline Star One

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I meant to post this a while back.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23130910-300-cold-fusion-sciences-most-controversial-technology-is-back/

If you can login the whole article is worth a read whatever your position on LENR.
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Offline Willem Staal

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3rd Party review of the "Rossi Device." is now available. I was and remain extremely skeptical, but the paper is interesting reading
http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.3913
i stil think this is not a cold fusion device, its merely a new form of energy transistor.

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3rd Party review of the "Rossi Device." is now available. I was and remain extremely skeptical, but the paper is interesting reading
http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.3913
i stil think this is not a cold fusion device, its merely a new form of energy transistor.

I wish NASA was interested in Mills' SunCell concept and in the hydrino science behind it. Actually, they were over a decade ago but were embarrassed when people found out. The process has advanced so much recently.
The power is in the megawatt range, at least briefly.

http://brilliantlightpower.com/plasma-video/


Also, Mills believes the Rossi results are not 'cold fusion' but rather possibly hydrino reactions.

Further, Scientific American has published an article first appearing in Chemical and Engineering news which is positive on LENR and Open to Mills' hydrino (at least far more open than before).

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/cold-fusion-lives-experiments-create-energy-when-none-should-exist1/


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"Contact Light" -Buzz Aldrin

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http://northerncalifornia.alumclub.mit.edu/s/1314/2015/club-class-main.aspx?sid=1314&gid=25&pgid=40742&cid=62473&ecid=62473&crid=0&calpgid=19964&calcid=33394

Peter Hagelstein will be giving some sort of public address in Palo Alto November 14. Might be interesting.

Well reading the outline from your link itís relatively clear that itís a history of the topic combined with some kind of ideas for the future. It doesnít sound like heís going to make any ground shaking announcements.

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Or if you simply want hard information on why the e-cat reactor doesn't work as advertised go here:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/258595858/USPTO-Final-Rejection-Rossi-Patent

Honestly, I am still scratching my head over what changed between March when USPTO issued a "final rejection" letter to Rossi and August when they accepted the application and granted the patent, but I go do some primary research before shooting my mouth off.
Different patent. The new patent does not mention LENR in any way.
I want to add that while there are a lot of "notes" from respectable scientists floating around, I have yet to see a peer reviewed paper in a physics publication that actually confirms the whole thing. So far, all I see are reviews by "believers" and nothing from skeptics. You need to convince the latter and not the former in order to convince me.
Rossi's claim is not whats really happening i guess. I think they just made a form of energy transistor, not a fusion reactor.

Almost afraid to ask but what is an energy transistor?

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