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Dr. Sally Goerner Discusses Chaos, Complexity & Social Transition — Interview

This is an interview I recently conducted w/ general systems theorist Dr. Sally J. Goerner. While not focusing on Cold Fusion-LENR per se, it does focus on how a society might transition (aka self-organize) during a time of tumultuous change. It seems to me that CF-LENR, as well as the hope & uncertainty […]

“Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann”

A new book Developments in Electrochemistry: Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann has been published by John Wiley.

From the description:

Martin Fleischmann was truly one of the ‘fathers’ of modern electrochemistry having made major contributions to diverse topics within electrochemical science and technology. These include the theory and practice of voltammetry and in […]

By |Tuesday, June 24, 2014|Categories: Books, History, Science and Technology||6 Comments

Gregory Chaitin on cold fusion research: Japan and Sweden are the “only two countries with the political will”

Gregory Chaitin is a Professor of Computer Science and Philosophy of Computing at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Here he discusses the landscape of LENR with Tom O’Brien posting on podomatic. Chaitin gives Andrea Rossi credit for bringing cold fusion to a wider consciousness and mentions […]

Mats Lewan Interview: E-Cat, Andrea Rossi, & An Impossible Invention

Journalist Mats Lewan requires little introduction for most people familiar with the Andrea Rossi story, but just in case here is a quick summary for the uninitiated:

Mats holds a masters degree in physics, and is recognized as a world-renowned science & technology reporter. He writes for the Swedish newspaper NyTeknik, where he has been covering […]

Baby With the Bathwater: The Wrongful Rejection of Cold Fusion — Part I

2014 is upon us, and progress in the field of Cold Fusion (aka LENR) marches steadily on. Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC), currently operating out of California and working in collaboration with Stanford Research Institute (SRI), recently signed a multi-million dollar deal with an undisclosed South Korean company who intend to manufacture […]

By |Wednesday, April 9, 2014|Categories: History|Tags: |5 Comments

25th Anniversary of Cold Fusion at MIT Sees Major Progress Toward Real Energy Solutions

Find 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT up-to-date Full Coverage Here

Here we are at MIT for the 25th anniversary of the first public announcement of “cold fusion” by Drs. Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, and I must say that after sitting through the first 2 days of incredibly persuasive presentations from some […]

By |Saturday, March 22, 2014|Categories: Events, History||9 Comments

Rare audio outtakes of Sir Arthur C. Clarke on cold fusion

Video: Arthur C. Clarke excerpt from 1998 documentary film Fire From Water

Sir Arthur C. Clarke wrote in support of cold fusion when mainstream publications refused to publish on the topic. Clarke also lent the authority of his voice to the film Fire From Water, the 1998 documentary film written by […]

By |Monday, March 17, 2014|Categories: Art, Audio, History||1 Comment

Read and rate: “Cold Fusion May Have Revolutionary Potential” by Jed Rothwell

Rate this essay on cold fusion submitted to the Foundational Questions Institute, and give new energy your vote!

Cold Fusion May Have Revolutionary Potential by Jed Rothwell of LENR-CANR.org was submitted to the FQXi How Should Humanity Steer the Future? 2014 Essay Contest. Open to entries until April 18, 2014.

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By |Thursday, March 13, 2014|Categories: Action, History, Science and Technology||4 Comments