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About Ruby Carat

At first a musician and performance artist, 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. She has made several short documentary films and speaks on the topic. She currently teaches math at College of the Redwoods in Eureka, California and conducts outreach events for the public to support clean energy from cold fusion.

New book describes how E-Cats are made

A collection of articles by Robert Ventola has been published as a book “HOT-CAT 2.0: How last generation E-Cats are made” co-authored with Vessela Nikolova.

Vessela Nikolova is the author of the biography of Andrea Rossi E-Cat The New Fire. According to her blog, Robert Ventola is a contributor and electrical […]

Open Power Association replicating Parkhomov E-Cat

The Open Power Association at Hydrobetatron.org has published Report No. 11 describing the set-up for an upcoming replication of the Parkhomov-style E-Cat.

Results of the experiments will be reported at the upcoming 19th International Conference on Cold Fusion this April 2015.

What follows is a slightly-modified google-translated English translation of the […]

Special LENR issue of Current Science available now

CURRENT SCIENCE
Volume 108 – Issue 4 : 25 February 2015

Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions

Preface (491) | February 2015, 108 (04) DjVu | PDF
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Cold Fusion Research Laboratory Newsletter #90

The Cold Fusion Research Laboratory, Japan has published Newsletter #90.

The newsletter is written by Dr. Hideo Kozima, Director of the Cold Fusion Research Laboratory and author of The Science of the Cold Fusion Phenomenon.

Find all issues of the Cold Fusion Research Laboratory Newsletter Archive

CFRL English News No. 90 […]

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MFMP Dog Bone Week ends with cell-popping bang

Live Open Science at the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project had a high-intensity moment today as they tested a sealant on the ends of the Alexander Parkhomov type experiment.

Watch video of the cell-popping pressurized reactor in Bang! Safety First on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project Youtube channel. […]

Current Science 108 features Special Section: Cold Fusion

CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 108, 2015 issued in January features a Special Section: Cold Fusion, publishing papers from a wide group of scientists probing both experimental and theoretical results in the field of condensed matter nuclear science.

Current Science is a science journal based in India and Edited by R. Srinivasan of the […]

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Open Power Association Newsletter #17: Roy Virgilio honored; collaboration with Francesco Celani moving forward

The Open Power Association at Hydrobetatron.org has published Newsletter #17. Selected excerpts of interest to readers are google-translated and posted here.

Read the full and complete newsletter in the original Italian here.

*****BEGIN NEWSLETTER*****

2015: if it were a good year?!

Dear Friends,
The reactor ITAbetatron is now ready to support the experiments […]

MIT goes Live with Cold Fusion 101

Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments starts tomorrow morning 10:30AM Cambridge-time Tuesday, January 20 on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and runs through Friday, January 23.

LIVESTREAM ON ColdFusionNow Youtube Channel google+ here!

Led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of MIT and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, […]