The 18th International Conference on Cold Fusion was held at the University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, U.S over July 21-27, 2013

Here’s the ColdFusionNow YouTube channel with Monday’s videos, or see below for the individual links to each video.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Presentation videos
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 Presentation videos
Monday, July 22, 2013 Presentations videos

Links to ICCF-18 Monday video presentations from these presenters are available:
(Note: Switch player quality to 720pHD for HD video)

Dr. Edmund Storms “Explaining Cold Fusion” [.pdf slides]

Distinguished Scientist Award: Dr. Edmund Storms
with Tom Claytor

Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian “High Temperature and High Pressure Plasma Electrolysis Experiments” [.pdf slides]

Jed Rothwell “Lessons from Cold Fusion Archives and From History” [.pdf script]

Dr. Vladimir Vysotskii “Subbarrier Processes in LENR for Particles in Correlated States at Action of Damping and Fluctuations” [.pdf slides]

Dr. Mark Prelas “Sporadic Neutron Production by Pressure-Loaded D/Ti Systems Under High Rates of Temperature Change” [.pdf slides]

Keith Fredericks “Possibility of Tachyon Monopoles Detected in Photographic Emulsions” [.pdf slides]

Dr. Yasuhiro Iwamura “Recent Advances in Deuterium Permeation Induced Transmutation Experiments Using Nano-Structured Pd/CaO/Pd Multilayer Thin Film” [.pdf slides]

Matt McConnell (Coolescence) Entrepreneurial Efforts [.pdf slides]

Dr. Mitchell Swartz (JET Energy) Entrepreneurial Efforts [.pdf slides]

Tyler van Houwelingen and Bob Greenyer (Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project)
Entrepreneurial Efforts [.pdf slides]

Nicholas Chauvin (LENR Cars) Entrepreneurial Efforts [.pdf slides]

Dr. Max Fomitchev-Zamilov (Quantum Potential Corp) Entrepreneurial Efforts [.pdf slides]

Robert Godes (Brillouin Energy) Entrepreneurial Efforts

Link to the Playlist here.

All ICCF-18 lecture slides, poster papers, and materials can be found on the University of Missouri site here:

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Communiques from Columbia

Cold Fusion Now! coverage from ICCF-18

Message from ICCF-18: Sunday Basic Course
Day 1 Opening Reception: Top Researchers and New Faces
Day 2 Monday: Strong Claims and Rebuttals
Day 3 Tuesday: PHOTOS!
Day 4 Wednesday: Presentations and Behind the Scenes
Day 5 Thursday: Presentation and Awards
Day 6: The Way Forward
Banquet Snapshots: Celebrating Science
ICCF-18 Post Thoughts: Long Hours, High Spirits, and The Young Guns
Concluding Observations on ICCF-18 by David French

Presentations slides and papers from the proceedings will be available, as authors give their permission, at:

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5 thoughts on “ICCF-18 Presentation Videos for Monday, July 22

  1. For the history of Cold Fusion which future text books will change to how main-line science discovered and researched it from the very beginning with enthusiasm and competence.
    All these people will be forgotten and pushed aside and the credit will probably go to some government scientists.
    How many people have heard of Tommy Flowers in the building of the first semi-programable computer by the Brits at Bletchley.
    Just an Engineer!

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