It has been noted by many that the Wikipedia Cold Fusion article is not a good source for those seeking information on the art of this science. The Wiki article quibbles as to whether cold fusion research is actually science. The Wiki article also does not recognize the peer review process of LENR-CANR.org or other cold fusion science journals; seeing them as publications by a group of self promoting crackpot scientists, deluding us and each […]
Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments lectures by Dr. Peter Hagelstein now with enhanced audio compliments uploadJ.
What follows are Jeremy Rys’ classroom video series with the processed audio track by uploadJ.
Watch the second week’s lectures with JET Energy engineer and co-teacher Dr. Mitchell Swartz, who describes experimental results on their NANOR technology here.
ALSO: Gayle Verner’s Synopsis of Cold Fusion 101 courtesy Infinite Energy Magazine.
Photo Ruby Carat at LASER courtesy Michael Shields
Cold Fusion Now spoke at the LASER event hosted by Art/Sci on Thursday, February 21 on the UCLA campus.
Akin to speed dating for your corpus callosum, the salon where artists meet scientists (and vice versa) attracts a wide range of creative individuals who present their ideas in 5-minute intervals.
The title of my five minutes was New Energy Emerging.
Too bad I didn’t […]
Cold Fusion Now will be representing at the next LASER event this Thursday Feb 21 at California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCLA in West Los Angeles, California. Talks begin at 7PM.
The Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) series of lectures and presentations on art, science and technology is a project of Leonardo®/ISAST, started by Piero Scaruffi in San Francisco. Events take place at a number of venues: the University of San Francisco, […]
Photo courtesy Cold Fusion Times.
Watch Cold Fusion 101 Week 1 lectures with Professor Peter Hagelstein here.
This video features course co-teacher Dr. Mitchell Swartz speaking on the experimental research done by his company JET Energy as they develop the NANOR cell.
Demonstration of Excess Heat from a JET Energy NANOR at MIT is a report by the course co-teachers summarizing the NANOR’s excess heat results from last year.
From Cold Fusion Times:
Jan. 28, 2013 – […]
MIT IAP short course Cold Fusion 101 is taking place and Jeremy Rys is posting video.
The course begins with the theoretical lectures by Dr. Peter Hagelstein, a principle investigator of the Research Laboratory of Electronics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and leading theoretician in the field of condensed matter nuclear science (CMNS).
A second part now ongoing features an experimental component as Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy demonstrates his […]
While there are an increasing number of professors engaged in cold fusion research at schools and colleges, not all departments and schools officially support that activity.
In some cases, research is fully-endorsed and funded, such as at University of Missouri and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
At other schools, faculty is forced to conduct research without official funding. This is the case at one of the premier scientific research institutions in the U.S., the Massachusetts Institute of […]
Watch Cold Fusion 101 lectures in order here.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy are offering an IAP short course Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments for a second consecutive year.
The course runs from Tuesday, January 22 through Wednesday, January 30, 2013 from 11AM-1PM in Room 4-153 and 66-144 on the MIT campus.
Cold Fusion 101 Lectures courtesy Jeremy Rys
Participants in the course […]