“An Impossible Invention” review by Brian Josephson

Nobel laureate Dr. Brian Josephson commented on Nature with a review of Mats Lewan’s new book An Impossible Invention, chronicling the early work of Andrea Rossi, engineer and inventor of the Energy Catalyzer, or Ecat. The Ecat is a commercial steam generator based on nickel-hydrogen exothermic reactions that is now […]

Science journal rejections suppress clean energy research

The recently published Volume 12 December 2013 Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science has an article detailing censorship by science journals.

“How the Flawed Journal Review Process Impedes Paradigm Shifting Discoveries” by P.A. Mosier-Boss, L.P. Forsley, and F.E. Gordon describes the experience of these researchers as they submitted papers describing their low-energy […]

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Your Dictionary: Cold Fusion LENR Energy

We depend on dictionaries to provide meaning in our lives. What does your dictionary have to say about cold fusion/LENR energy research and engineering? Let’s take a look and see what these online dictionaries have to say about the nuclear active environment of “cold fusion”. Editors of dictionaries have an obligation […]

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Stanley Pons’ Preface from J.P. Biberian’s La Fusion dans Tous ses États translated

Stanley Pons, co-discoverer of cold fusion, left the United States in 1991 amidst an unprecedented assault. Physicists wedded to the 100-year-old standard model of nuclear theory, and whose funding would be jeopardized by this seemingly simpler approach to energy production, ‘threw tantrums’ and attacked with vehemence.

Steven E. Koonin, who […]

Life at the Center of the Energy Crisis: A Technologist’s Search for a Black Swan by George H. Miley

Published by World Scientific, Life at the Center of the Energy Crisis: A Technologist’s Search for a Black Swan by Dr. George H. Miley describes “the story of the author’s work and struggles in the field of energy research.”

Dr. Miley is Professor Emeritus at the University Of Illinois Urbana-Champagne (UIUC) […]

Book on exotic energy features LENR

A new book published this year by Inner Traditions and Bear & Company features exotic energy technologies including cold fusion, also called low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR).

Infinite Energy Technologies: Tesla, Cold Fusion, Antigravity, and the Future of Sustainability is edited by Finley Eversole, Ph.D and includes chapters on “clean, sustainable energy solutions […]

Frank Znidarsic on fossil fuels and next-generation energy: “As one door closes, another opens”

Photo: Frank Znidarsic at George Miley’s lab.

His grandfather was a farmer who immigrated to America claiming to be a coal miner, but grandpa knew nothing about coal. He did know that the growing nation needed miners to extract the newly discovered cache of carbonaceous fuel, so he did what he […]

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Q&A with Douglas R. McAllister: Mayor Pro-tem and Cold Fusion Author

Douglas R. McAllister is the Mayor Pro-tem of Murrieta, California, but he’s also the author of a novel with cold fusion technology at the center of the plot.

The suspense story is described on the official author website:

“In a world desperately in need of new energy sources, this fascinating scientific […]

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