Mats Lewan is a science and technology journalist and author of An Impossible Invention, the true story of an Energy Source that could Change the World, a book detailing the early demonstrations of Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer. He joins Ruby on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast where he discusses his assessment of the LENR technology challenge.
Mats Lewan has a Master of Science in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockhom and spent fifteen years working as technology reporter for the magazine Ny Teknik. He also attended the Innovation Journalism Program at Stanford University in California and while there, reported for CBS-CNET News in San Francisco.
Mats Lewan was one of the few journalists chronicling Andrea Rossi’s early work as it was evaluated by Dr. Sergio Focardi, physicist at the University of Bologna and former Director of the University of Bologna branch of the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics. Mats is currently working with Stockholm School of Economics on a project about The Internet and its Effects on Innovation and the Swedish Economy, and Energiforsk (The Swedish Energy Research Centre) on Digitalisation in the Energy Industry. Find more on Mats work at http://matslewan.se/.
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Abd ul-Rahman Lomax created the blog coldfusioncommunity.net and spent the bulk of 2017 using it to document the Andrea Rossi-Industrial Heat lawsuits.
In episode 09 of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast, he talks with Ruby about the dream partnership that ended with suspicion and the drama of a Miami, Florida trial court.
Abd ul-Rahman Lomax sat in Richard Feynman’s lectures at Cal Tech in 1961 through 1963. In 2009, he began challenging Wikipedia about their bias regarding cold fusion. Since then, he’s been involved in the cold fusion/LENR field. He was published in the 2015 special LENR issue of Current Science journal on the correlation of excess heat and the production of helium with the paper Replicable cold fusion experiment: heat/helium ratio [.pdf].
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On the 29th anniversary of the announcement of table-top fusion from the hydrogen in water, Cold Fusion Now! hosts Dr. Mahadeva Srinivasan, a nuclear physicist and Emeritus Head of Neutron Physics Division at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai. He co-edited the 2015 special LENR issue of Current Science journal and has jump-started several research groups.
Four different groups are investigating cold fusion/LENR using nickel-light hydrogen systems, three of them focused on generating excess heat, with one group looking for nuclear transmutations. Dr. Srinivasan had a major role instigating this work, bringing government together with academics to fund research that involves students.
Dr. Srinivasan was recently featured in an article India warms to cold fusion and he speaks with Ruby on how Indian LENR research has turned a 180 from years of drought with this new experimental activity.
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March, 2018 — The Cold Fusion Now! podcast presents William Collis, the Chief Executive of the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, the association that serves cold fusion/LENR scientific researchers globally.
William has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford and is an expert in atomic weights. After a career in embedded software, his passion for nuclear physics led him to investigate the theoretical aspects of the LENR reaction.
He is part of the original group that founded the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science http://www.iscmns.org/ in 2003 to organize the global group of researchers with conferences https://www.iccf21.com/, a journal http://www.iscmns.org/CMNS/CMNS.htm, and scientific paper archive http://lenr-canr.org/.
William Collis talks with Ruby about the plans for the Society, and where experimental LENR research should target to bring a theoretical model into focus.
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Alan Smith is Director of lookingforheat.com, an online shop dedicated to supplying open science and LENR research with laboratory needs. Alan has spent a career in various fields related to materials research and engineering, with a focus on polymers, and is the author of books on craft subjects. He is also a moderator on LENR-forum.
Alan Smith talks with Ruby Carat about what people are shopping for! Alan also describes his experiences designing lab experiments and his plans for a live LENR demonstration at the New Energy World Symposium this June 18-19, 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.
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