Mahadeva Srinivasan on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast

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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One Reply to “Mahadeva Srinivasan on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast”

  1. Your works are awesome! @Mahadeva Srinivasan Since you have a group researching on how to make cold fusion work, could you consider this:
    It has been channelled that cold fusion requires ultrasonics. It is said from channelling that two ultrasonic generators are needed for this to work where two oscillating frequencies beat against each other, (almost in unison but not quite) to give remainders of the nulling affecting the chemistry leading to cold fusion. It can be referred to as residual oscillation.
    This was the missing element that Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann did not consider when they did their experiment in their lab. There were two other factors present in the room that they did not consider, one was a mild magnetic field created by a transformer on the other side of the wall. But the other thing, the more profound thing, was the presence of a number of oscillations in the megahertz range being created by a piece of equipment. This clearly states the reason why when others tried to replicate what they did, they were not able to get the same results.
    So how about experimenting on this?
    *Adding ultrasound waves of very high amplitudes…
    *Producing ultrasound waves through magnetism instead of electricity…
    I feel this information will lead us to finally making cold fusion work for the benefit of the human race.
    May you be guided in your cold fusion endeavors and make this a reality in your lifetime.

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