Best of Reports from LENR Leaders


A New Source of Energy using Low-Energy Fusion of Hydrogen
“Just when fusion energy looked increasingly unlikely as a practical energy source, a new way to generate fusion power was discovered. In 1989, Fleischmann and Pons claimed to be able to fuse deuterium in palladium metal without the need for high temperature or a complex machine. Twenty-eight years of research in over twelve countries provided evidence supporting their claim for an unusual fusion process. Apparently, a unique condition within a material structure, such as palladium metal, can overcome the barrier for fusion by using what appears to be localized electric charge rather than high energy. As result, energy is made without energetic radiation and without significant radioactive waste. This process was called cold fusion initially and now is described as low-energy-nuclear-reaction (LENR). The method can also be called slow fusion because the fusion event appears to release energy more slowly compared to normal nuclear reactions.”A New Source of Energy using Low-Energy Fusion of Hydrogen by Edmund Storms, LENRGY LLC published by Environmental Science Indian Journal, Volume: 13( 2) March 22, 2017 [Read online]

Cold Fusion: An Impossible Invention by Mats Lewan published in World Affairs Vol. 20, No. 4 October 2016 [Read online]

More than 50 commercial R&D LENR entities have reportedly raised more than $250 million. Anthropocene Institute releases LENRaries, a global survey on LENR entities in research, industry, finance, and media.

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Investigations of Nano-nuclear Reactions in Condensed Matter Final Report
by Dr. Pamela A. Mosier-Boss, Mr. Lawrence P. Forsley, Dr. Patrick J. McDaniel
for Defense Threat Reduction Agency DTRA 2016

The February 25, 2015 journal Current Science, Vol. 108, No. 4 features Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions and includes 35 papers about cold fusion. The online edition is here.