“LENR: The Promise of clean and affordable Energy” at University of Northern Iowa

Electrical engineer Thomas A. Wind spoke at the University of Northern Iowa March 10, 2014 presenting LENR The Promise of clean and affordable Energy.

Frank Acland of E-Cat World attended the event. He wrote:

The event was held at the Center for Energy and Environmental Education (CEEE) at UNI, and sponsored by the Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center. Catherine Zeman, Director of the Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center and Pat Higby, Energy Education Outreach Coordinator made introductions at the lecture, and both expressed enthusiasm about hosting a lecture about ‘cold fusion.’

Tom said he became enamored with the subject of LENR after attending last summer’s ICCF-18 conference at the University of Missouri. He said that he was in awe meeting who he described some of the smartest people in the world there, and felt that this was a field of research that is very important. He mentioned talking to representative of Statoil, Norway’s giant oil company at ICCF, and Tom was surprised to hear that instead of having a negative take on LENR, his attitude was ‘this is great, we need this!’

Video of the hour-and-a-half lecture has been made available and is linked below.

NOTE: Original videos were removed and transferred to the
Recycling & Reuse Technology Transfer Center YouTube Channel. Links below have been updated.

Introduction 3:34
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeCvW1H4014

Part 1 Origins of LENR 22:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4n09kNQ3GoA

Part 2 Rossi’s LENR Technology 15:38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vN_wJ4Hg0io

Part 3 Descriptions and Affirmations of LENR 7:52
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiwINU2_KvY

Part 4 Other LENR Examples and Comparison to Hot Fusion 18:35
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7qBv-9awYQ

Part 5 Challenges and Future Uses of LENR 10:59
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6FjkwIYN2s

Related Links

2014 Cold Fusion CF/LANR Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions Colloquium at MIT Video

18th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-18) at University of Missouri Video

Rossi E-Cat HT energy density “off-the-chart”

4 thoughts on ““LENR: The Promise of clean and affordable Energy” at University of Northern Iowa”

  1. I enjoyed the presentation. Thank you all.

    A bit of prose…

    “Cold Fusion Now LENR Is”

    Cold Fusion LENR energy is…

    Like an ocean wave that is peaceful and powerful!

    Never suffer fools who try to disrupt Its’ path

    Unaffected by any such thing as that

    It will roll on and on and on

    Effortlessly and endlessly

    Frothy and foaming

    And bubbling

    Clean energy

    In Its’

    Wake

    Cold Fusion

    LENR

    IS

    gbgoble2012

  2. As a Power Engineer, not a nuclear physicist, Mr. Wind apologized and begged an expanation as to why a leader in that field was not there, presenting LENR (a nuclear effect) instead of him.

    Engineers will most likely lead in LENR, rather than physicists or theorists. Engineers will design the lattice and excitation methods with the materials required. They will then apply the power.

    An LENR trade manufacturures association has been suggested, I imagine Engineers will lead the way in establishingg such.

    In Spanish Quema means fire.

    Quantum Unlimited Energy Manufaturing Association – QUEMA
    http://cdn.larepublica.pe/sites/default/files/imagecache/img_noticia_640x384/imagen/2013/07/10/imagen-fuego.jpg

  3. Please have look at the article “Cold Fusion Catalyst” on the former blogsite “e-Cat Site” thanks.

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