ICCF-19 Program Details lining up

The 19th International Conference on Cold Fusion will be held in Padua, Italy beginning April 13 – 17, 2015.

A Program Overview is available here.

Just released is the Program Details, with names of Speakers and Presentations.

Registration information for the conference is here.

Program details as of March 25, 2015 are […]

Fusion in All Its Forms Cold Fusion, ITER, Alchemy, Biological Transmutations now in English

La Fusion dans Tous ses États: Fusion Froide, ITER, Alchimie, Transmutations Biologiques by Jean-Paul Biberian has been translated into English.

Fusion in All Its Forms Cold Fusion, ITER, Alchemy, Biological Transmutations is now available on Infinite Energy Press.

From the website:

In 1989, when the announcement of the discovery of cold fusion […]

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Open Power Newsletter and Report #12 Spring, the first day

The Open Power Association’s Ugo Abundo will be presenting at ICCF-19 on experiments with the Hydrobetatron.

Report #12 Spring, the first day [.pdf] describes recent results:

Hydrobetatron preliminarily performs up to 2.26 ratio in hydrogen vs reference run in argon, with electrically pulsed powders at Open Power Lab.

The contribution of involved […]

Live Long and Prosper – Cold Fusion Now!

Title graphic: Cold Fusion Then – Cold Fusion Now!.

It was twenty-six years ago today that the world learned of a new form of energy that promised a green technological future for all life on Earth.

Twenty-six years later, we can’t yet buy a reactor in Home Depot, but prototypes are […]

The Peak Oil Crisis: The Mother of All Black Swans

Title graphic: M. King Hubbert’s graph of the fossil fuel age and it’s successor nuclear power in geologic time.

This is a re-post of an article written by Tom Whipple of the Falls Church News Press.
The original article is here.

Even Saudi Arabia’s oil minister is starting to talk about the advent […]

A New Kind of Nuclear Reactor?

A New Kind of Nuclear Reactor? by Guest Author Dr. Ludwik Kowalski, Montclair State University, in which Dr. Kowalski dives into the Parhomov experiment and makes sense of the particulars for the general reader.

Read the original article posted here on Dr. Kowalski’s cold fusion archive.

Abstract

Consider a short sealed porcelain tube, containing […]

Current Science stimulates Indian interest in LENR

Under the direction of P.K.Iyengar, the Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) began cold fusion experiments early in the field’s history, finding excess heat, neutron bursts and tritium, among other results, from multiple types of cells.

Dr. Mahadeva Srinivasan, the head of BARC’s Neutron Physics Division and an Associate Director of […]

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Oxford to Milan LENR Cities gather new energy neighbors

LENRG Youtube Channel has uploaded video shorts of the recent meeting in Oxford bringing together scientists, advocates, planners, and designers to envision and create a living environment based on clean Low Energy Nanoscale Reactions (LENR) energy technology.

LENR Cities is the focal point for the assemblage. LENR-Cities “accelerates market […]

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