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About Ruby Carat

A musician and performance artist in the 1980s, one day she waltzed into Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and got a physics degree. Thinking that math might be easier, she then earned a Masters degree in Math at University of Miami in Miami, Florida. Math turned out to be not much easier, so now, she advocates for cold fusion, the easiest thing in the world.

The Ultimate Hot Tub

“I have never been an optimist or a pessimist. I’m an apocalyptic only. Our only hope is apocalypse. Apocalypse is not gloom. Its salvation.” –Marshall McLuhan

Apocalypse – Old English, via Old French and ecclesiastical Latin from Greek apokalupsis, from apokaluptein ‘uncover, reveal,’ from apo- ‘un-’ + kaluptein ‘to cover.’ -Google

A report […]

Chase Peterson, Former President of University of Utah, Dies

This article was originally published in Infinite Energy Magazine here.

CHASE PETERSON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, DIES

by Marianne Macy

Chase Nebeker Peterson, former President of University of Utah, died on September 14, 2014 from complications of pneumonia. His life story was traced in his 2012 autobiography, The Guardian Poplar: A Memoir […]

By |Monday, September 22, 2014|Categories: Events, History|Tags: , , , |3 Comments

“One of the greatest contributions made to science”

Portrait of Martin Fleischmann by Winston August 2012

Infinite Energy Magazine Issue #117 highlights the new book Developments in Electrochemistry Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann with the chapter on cold fusion written by veteran Navy scientist Melvin Miles and Michael McKubre, Director Energy Research Lab at SRI International, both of whom […]

New dates announced for ICCF-19

The 19th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF-19) will be held on new dates April 13-17, 2015 in Padua, Italy.

A website iccf19.com is now under construction.

New! A Brief History and Introduction to the International Conference Series
First part – From ICCF1 to ICCF3 by Michael McKubre

At this […]

By |Monday, September 8, 2014|Categories: Events|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

Open Power Association Newsletter #13: Lab photos and “magnacules”

The Open Power Association’s recently released Newsletter #13 contains a wealth of news and information touching upon science, politics and the environment. Below are selected excerpts of interest to cold fusion readers, google-translated and slightly modified to facilitate understanding.

Go to http://www.hydrobetatron.org/ to download a .pdf of the file.

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OPEN POWER WISHES HAPPY […]

Open Power Association Newsletter #12: 400+ parameter tests and a model

The Open Power Association at Hydrobetatron.org published Newsletter #12. The original newsletter N 012_Luglio_2014_Ottimizzato in Italian is here.

Excerpts below are google-translated to English, then, in some cases, slightly smoothed out.

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Dear Friends, there is much news this month!

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It is a matter of pride for us, as well […]

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Edmund Storms’ “The Explanation of LENR” provides “physical science based model”

Graphic: Artist rendition by Ruby Carat of Edmund Storms’ hydroton structure just before fusion.

A new book by Edmund Storms reviews the top contenders for the scientific prize of the century, the theory of cold fusion, and analyzes the assumptions on which each different model rests with the critical glare of the […]

Japanese Cold Fusion Research Society meeting papers released

The Japanese Cold Fusion Research Society (JCF) held its 14th meeting last December at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, where Dr. X.F. Wang of Arata R&D Center and Hydrogen Eng. A&D Co. and Hideki Yoshino of Clean Planet, Inc. both reported on academic and industry researchers presenting their most recent […]