MIT goes Live with Cold Fusion 101

Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments starts tomorrow morning 10:30AM Cambridge-time Tuesday, January 20 on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and runs through Friday, January 23.

LIVESTREAM ON ColdFusionNow Youtube Channel google+ here!

Led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of MIT and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc, the course examines the experimental work of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, and theorizes on an explanation. For more, see Cold Fusion 101 at MIT for 2015

Cold Fusion Now’s MIT Special Correspondant Jeremy Rys will be attending the course to document the lectures – and possibly live-stream from the event.

Go to the Cold Fusion Now Youtube channel tomorrow Tuesday morning January 20 at 10:30AM-2:30PM MIT-time (4:30PM-8:30PM Paris, 12:30AM-4:30AM Tokyo) and see and hear the lecture live.

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Cold Fusion 101 at MIT for 2015

The Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments course will run again on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) over the IAP winter break Tuesday through Friday Jan. 20-23, 2015.

Professor Peter Hagelstein of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc., will present the course with topics such as:

Excess power production in the Fleischmann-Pons experiment;
lack of confirmation in early negative experiments;
theoretical problems and Huizenga’s three miracles;
physical chemistry of PdD;
electrochemistry of PdD;
loading requirements on excess power production;
the nuclear ash problem and He-4 observations;
approaches to theory;
screening in PdD;
PdD as an energetic particle detector;
constraints on the alpha energy from experiment;
overview of theoretical approaches;
coherent energy exchange between mismatched quantum systems;
coherent x-rays in the Karabut experiment and interpretation;
excess power in the NiH system;
Piantelli experiment;
prospects for a new small scale clean nuclear energy technology.

The material presented is different each day. Mid-day sessions are scheduled, with the room location to be announced.

Jan/20 Tue 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/21 Wed 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/22 Thu 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/23 Fri 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD

There is no pre-requisite or advance sign-up. Participants are welcome at individual sessions, or all the sessions.

Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of Alien Scientist Channel has recorded previous sessions of Cold Fusion 101 which you can view on the Cold Fusion Now Channel.

For more information, visit the MIT course website at
http://student.mit.edu/searchiap/iap-BD6D0CF8E170B284E0400312852F4A61.html

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“The Cold Fusion Revolution is Here – Time to Change the World”

The MIT IAP Cold Fusion 101 course taught by Dr. Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz was attended by Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of Alien Scientist and all five days of science lectures are posted on the Cold Fusion Now Youtube channel.

Now, Jeremy has put together a video summarizing the state of the field with a historical background for the non-scientist to enjoy.

Watch: “The Cold Fusion Revolution is Here at MIT 2014 – Time To Change the Worldhere!

2014 Cold Fusion 101 video lectures

Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments began Monday, January 27, 2014 for a week of classes led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy.

Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of AlienScientist.com is attending and filming the lectures for a second year in a row. Jeremy will be uploading video on the Cold Fusion Now Youtube channel for your pleasure throughout the week.

Here is the video link for Monday, January 27, 2014 Day 1 lectures for Cold Fusion 101 featuring Dr. Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz.

Tuesday, January 28 Day 2 FULL lectures

Wednesday, January 29 Day 3 FULL lecture

Thursday, January 30 Day 4 FULL lecture

Friday, January 31 Day 5 FULL lecture


MIT IAP Cold Fusion 101 to run again

The IAP course on cold fusion co-taught by Drs. Peter Hagelstein and Mitchell Swartz is scheduled to run again in 2014 for a third year in a row.

Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments will be held on campus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) January 27-January 31 at 10:30AM-1:30PM in Room 4-145. The class is sponsored by the MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department where Hagelstein is a faculty member.

In 2012, the course was well-attended and featured a JET Energy, Inc demonstration of the NANOR, a nano-material, two-terminal component that generates excess energy gain using a dry, pre-loaded hydrogen fuel. Open to the public for viewing, the NANOR ran for months in Hagelstein’s office. Massachusetts State Senator Bruce Tarr visited the campus to witness the event, and is now a supporter of the pioneer technology.

Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys attended the course in 2013 and videod the lectures throughout the week. Problems with the audio feed were lessened with a second Enhanced Audio edit by uploadJ. Watch the 2013 background and theory lectures by Peter Hagelstein here, and see the experimental and technology talks by Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc. here.

The course syllabus includes:

Excess power production in the Fleischmann-Pons experiment;
lack of confirmation in early negative experiments;
theoretical problems and Huizenga’s three miracles;
physical chemistry of PdD;
electrochemistry of PdD;
loading requirements on excess power production;
the nuclear ash problem and He-4 observations;
approaches to theory;
screening in PdD;
PdD as an energetic particle detector;
constraints on the alpha energy from experiment;
overview of theoretical approaches;
coherent energy exchange between mismatched quantum systems;
coherent x-rays in the Karabut experiment and interpretation;
excess power in the NiH system;
Piantelli experiment;
and prospects for a new small scale clean nuclear energy technology.

Independent Activities Program (IAP) is designed for MIT students wishing to learn between semesters, but enrollment is open with permission from the instructor and there is no advance registration required. For more information and to contact the instructor, visit the IAP Cold Fusion 101 course page.

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Synopsis of Cold Fusion 101 2013 [.pdf] by Gayle Verner Infinite Energy Magazine

Peter Hagelstein Introduction to Excess Power … 2013

Mitchell Swartz Introduction to Excess Power … 2013

Slide Set of NANOR®type output presented at MIT IAP Course [.pdf] 2012