LENR the topic of Patrick Timpone’s radio show

Patrick Timpone

Brad Arnold

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-Who exactly are the players?


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7 thoughts on “LENR the topic of Patrick Timpone’s radio show”

    1. Hey Brad, I wouldn’t exactly agree with your idea of where the heat comes from, or where the neutrons come from in hot fusion, but that is a small matter compared to the general discussion that you started here.

      How many people have now been introduced to this because of this audio? I wonder if Patrick will have you regularly??

      Keep going! I look forward to your next radio show You did a great job.

      1. Yeah, I’m surprised at the controversy surrounding the simplest aspects of LENR. I saw a interview of Rossi by Oil exactly a year ago where he said the heat comes from nickel being trans-mutated into copper, producing gamma rays that strike the lead shielding of the LENR reactor. I usually preface my description of the LENR reaction by saying that it is a simplified version that bears little relationship to what is really taking place…I mean even for people versed in physics and chemistry it takes months to get up to speed on the Wisdom-Larsen theory (which by the way isn’t the last word).

        Frankly, I am just using this source (which I wouldn’t describe as the last word either): “A volume about the size of a #2 pencil eraser of water provides as much energy as two 48-gallon drums of gasoline. That is 355,000 times the amount of energy per volume – five orders of magnitude.” ( ).

  1. I recently came across an old Reuters article noting the effect on the market that a positive report about cold fusion energy has… I imagine nickel will boom.

    “Gold Rises on Higher Physical Demand, PGMs Rise” By Frank Tang and Jan Harvey, NEW YORK/LONDON | Wed Apr 22, 2009

    “Among other precious metals, spot platinum was at $1,169.50 an ounce, up 1.5 percent from its late Tuesday quote of $1,152.50, while palladium was at $231.00 an ounce, up 4.1 percent from its previous finish of $222.”

    “Palladium received underlying support from renewed talk of its use in cold fusion technology after CBS-TV covered the topic on its news program “60 Minutes” on Sunday, a NYMEX floor trader said.”

    “Palladium is employed as one of the main ingredients to generate energy in cold fusion, but the technology is still in its experimental stage and has not been scientifically proven to work.”

    1. I’ve done some analysis on the demand for nickel if LENR using nickel/hydrogen does get a positive press, and the quantity of nickel mined in a year considering the fuel density would make any price rise simply a psychological phenomena in the short run (in the long run, assuming nickel is the optimum lattice for LENR, nickel will become a strategic commodity).

      BTW, what a positive press a glowing third party verification of the Rossi Hot Cat would cause in the market would relate to energy and the price of competing technological assets which would quickly become obsolete (considering the price difference between LENR and any other energy technology…I think Rossi cited about a ten to one advantage if the ten dollars per kilowatt hour was an accurate estimate).

      You’ve probably seen other articles posted on ColdFusionNow! citing evidence that far sighted energy companies are divesting already hedging for such a future shock to the market:

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