Revolution-Green’s Mark Dansie On Transition Technology & LENR

Interview with Revolution-Green’s Mark Dansie. Mark is recognized as a world-renowned evaluator of energy technologies and is currently helping develop several new energy concepts himself. Over the last seven years, Mark has traveled the world evaluating many new and free technology claims. He specializes in magnetic motor and HHO gas evaluations, but has reviewed many other technologies as well. He has been featured as a speaker at several energy conferences, and his catch cry is “show me the data” as he is a believer in scientific methodology when evaluating claims. More information can be found at

We discuss various topics including “free” energy, stepping-stone technologies such as thorium-power, as well as what Mark expects from Cold Fusion-LENR in both the immediate future and the long-term.

If so desired a downloadable MP3 version can be found here, and on iTunes. Thanks for taking an interest.

Commercial Developments presented at 2014 MIT Cold Fusion Conference

The recent 2014 Cold Fusion/LENR/LANR conference from March 21st to March 23rd at Massachusetts Institute of Technology happened to overlap with the 25th anniversary of the announcement of the discovery of cold fusion at the university of Utah. Against all odds, huge strides in understanding the phenomenon were made in the last 25 years. Recently, groups have shown that this is more than a lab curiosity, it can be engineered and harnessed to safely solve the worlds energy problems. This is an overview of some commercial groups which presented at the 2014 MIT conference.


Jet Energy operated by Dr. Mitchel Swartz was the organizer of the conference and also presented some very interesting findings. They have been working with very small devices which can be used as a demonstration unit or operated in a huge array to produce commercial levels of heat. Dr. Swartz has been active in the field since the very start and is constantly improving on his device, the newest generation being called the Nanor. Dr. Swartz’s devices are unique because the loading and operation stages of the device are separated, allowing for simple plug-and-play operation which greatly simplifies use by groups trying to study the effect. Jet Energy has published cold fusion research since the late 1980s, Jet Energy’s recent developments involve using a magnetic effect to boost the output of his devices, which have seen COP’s of 100. This reinforces the recent developments in understanding the effect, magnetism is seems to play a role in both the cause and effect aspects of cold fusion. Dr Hagelstein of MIT made an interesting comment during one of Dr. Swartz presentations, “I can’t for the life of me understand why graphs showing gains of over 100 are being rushed through”. This is a symbol of how much things have improved in the last 25 years. We are moving from just trying to prove the effect really exists to starting to understand the cause of the phenomenon and develop commercial units from the technology.

MIT Conference video:


Clean Planet, a Japanese group with Dr. Tadahiko Mizuno as the lead scientist made their debute at the MIT conference, represented by Hideki Yoshino. Mizuno is a household name in the Cold Fusion field and has developed many well referenced experiments. It appears he has found the financial backing required to attempt to bring a commercial reactor to market. At the conference, Clean Planet showed off their proof of concept reactor which operates at a COP of 1.9 as well as some other reactors being built which are made to operate at the 1kw and 10kw power level. Their reactor is simple and an amazing spectacle to watch. Using normal nickel mesh, they create a brilliant plasma to sputter the surface of the metal, cleaning it and creating surface nanostructures which kick off the Cold Fusion effect. Preparing their material inside of the reactor may solve some of the material consistency issues other commercial groups are struggling with. They have a well equipped lab with gamma and neutron radiation detection, although they have not seen any consistent hard radiation outside their reactor during excess heat, they have some some occasional bursts. Clean Planet also presented mass spectroscopy results which confused many scientists and has started a wave of speculation regarding theory. In the mass spectroscopy results, higher masses decreased during excess heat at the expense of lower masses, opposite to what would be expected of fusion events. Clean Planet was quick to point out that these results should be seen as preliminary, their equipment can not separate deuterium and helium so until their outside gas analysis comes back they don’t have solid information. Japan is in dire need of this technology and has historically been supportive of cold fusion research, we can expect Japan to have a serious presence in the Cold Fusion commercialization race. While Mizuno skyped in, his group was represented at the conference by multiple businessmen, they look to have all the resources they need and attracting funding and talent should not be an issue. This is a company to keep an eye on, they could quickly develop a foothold at the head of this field.

MIT Conference video:


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries research program, headed by Dr. Yasuhiro Iwamura had some big developments since their last presentation 8 months ago at ICCF18. They are focusing on technology which maximizes transmutation using a gas permeation process, previously reporting that they were able to use the cold fusion effect to transmutate cesium to praseodymium, essentially producing a valuable material from a radioactive waste. While transmutation in this field has been a proven reality, a well funded drive to engineer this effect could lead to enormous advances in many fields of technology. Transmutation could solve both issues with nuclear contamination as well as material scarcity, including exotic isotopes. A research program at NRL failed to replicate these results, at ICCF18 Dr. David Kidwell spoke the same day as Dr. Imawura about NRLs failure to replicate the results, he was overly aggressive and had a very mocking tone, accused them of improper use of equipment, sloppy work and accidentally spiking samples after apparently finding praseodymium contamination in their lab. While the motives behind the NRL bullying were foggy, they ate crow pie a few months later when Toyoto affiliated labs published results showing that they had replicated the transmutation effects in this experiment. MHI originally they used gas permeation through a palladium film ion-implanted with cesium to trigger the effect and transmutate the cesium to praseodymium. At MIT, Dr. Imawura showed new developments in their transmutation research, they started developing modular experiments so they can scale up the device to commercial levels. Dr. Imawura revealed that they had began hybrid electrochemical experiments where they are using cesium in a liquid solution. This may not only be more effective due to the known electrochemical methods of triggering the effect, but it will also have engineering benefits such as cooling and scalability. This is an enormous breakthrough if it can transmutate Cesium in a liquid solution at high yields. Considering water contaminated with cesium is the main contamination at Fukushima, this technology could not only clean up the radiation but also generate heat as a side product. The potential here is enormous, not only for Japan, but for the world, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is quickly moving forward.

MIT Conference video:


Permanetix Corporation is a new startup which was announced at the conference, President Nikita Alexandrov, in his mid twenties, is one of the youngest researchers involved in this field. Permanetix Corporation is developing tools and experiment techniques to better study the cold fusion effect. He explained how low cost tools and new scientific instruments can help solve the cold fusion problem in the same way that they revolutionized the human genome project. He presented a robust radiation sensor which can be placed in a gas loading experiment, detecting all the low energy radiation that does not pass through the reactor walls. They detected alpha radiation testing the device, meaning that they should also be able to use this as an internal tritium detector, since tritium also emits soft radiation. Nikita Alexandrov also spoke about the challenges of real time helium detection technology and how to design a low cost helium isotope analysis system. While they have prototypes of new tools, they also presented their long term research plan, involving the mass testing of precisely created materials for the cold fusion effect using advanced versions of their tools. Both companies developing reactors as well as researchers interested in the basic science could benefit from the discovery of new materials. But since Permanetix is not making reactors, it is a challenge to fund until cold fusion is a household word. Brian Ahern, who funded many research projects during his time at DARPA, spoke up after the presentation, “You are obviously leading, or ahead of the field so funding will be a challenge”. Permanetix technology could lower the barrier to entry for research companies starting in this field. If they prove themselves and can attract the large amount of funding required for a mass materials screening project, there is no doubt their approach could pay off tremendously.

MIT Conference video:


The LENR Industry Association was represented by Steve Katinsky and presented their plan forward at the MIT conference. This trade group will position itself as a facilitator of cold fusion technologies, involved in the education and adoption of cold fusion technology worldwide. This is an important step because it shows that even in such a highly competitive field, groups are willing to work together to do what it takes in making this technology a reality. Already over two dozen groups have pledged membership to this association, involving entities such as Naval Research Lab, two branches of NASA, as well as SKINR, commercial groups and other international research entities.

MIT Conference video:


SKINR is one last non-commercial group is worth mentioning. Sidney Kimmel Institute for Nuclear Renaissance at University of Missouri was formed by a large private investment, absorbing one of the most successful cold fusion companies at the time (Energetics) into the university. Even though they are not a commercial entity, they are possibly the most well funded and equipped research group operating today. SKINR had an excellent presentation summarizing their work in the field, available here. They are currently running many experiments in collaboration with other groups, recently adding industry giant Aerospace Corporation, a move which shows that industry leaders are biting off on Cold Fusion. SKINR is funded for the next 4 years and have constantly been innovating and learning more and more about the science behind the cold fusion effect. Recent developments include a method of surface analysis which can predict if a material will be active as well as new experiments to detect low energy radiation. Their parting message was that if low energy radiation is used as an indicator of cold fusion, it is possible to detect events down to the femto-watt level of excess heat! With multiple groups developing new experiments and techniques for studying the effect, it is expected that huge strides will be made in understanding the cold fusion effect in the coming months and years.

MIT Conference video:


Many groups were not represented at the conference, with some of the largest commercial players absent. Defkalion was registered but pulled out last minute, which is unfortunate because researchers were very curious about the huge magnetic anomalies present in their reactor which they mentioned briefly at ICCF-18.

Leonardo corporation, the company formed by Andrea Rossi which is leading the field in terms of commercialization was of course absent. They have not presented at any recent conferences and are more focused on rapid commercialization. Recently partnering with some powerful American backers, it is rumored that they will release third party test long duration test results in the next few weeks, if the results are anywhere near as positive as the previous published tests, this field may see an explosion of interest and may finally get the recognition it deserves. Accepting Bitcoin Donations

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Investing in LENR/Cold Fusion

With the LENR/Cold Fusion field advancing every day smart money is watching carefully.  There will be countless opportunities to benefit from this revolutionary technology.  Here are a few ways to invest:


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (TYO:7011) has been investigating LENR for a long time.  Their recent presentation at ICCF-18 showed concept LENR system which would generate heat by transmutatating elements, including nuclear wastes and co-producing heat.  Recently, they were granted an international patent for this work.  MHI’s involvement in the traditional nuclear industry and their involvement with industrial power equipment puts them in an excellent position to develop large scale reactors.  Their investigation of exotic turbines and nuclear based technology could be easily applied to LENR.  Even with their strategic position and intense LENR involvement they are a large company, the stock price may not be influenced in the short term, this would be a good long term investment.

Toyota (NYSE:TM) has had its eye on LENR from day 1.  Technova, a Toyota affiliated lab, actually hired Fleischmann and Pons and essentially gave them a new life in France away from the media circuis in the US.  They were hired for a secret research program in LENR, continuing their work in private.  While they may have not created a commercially relevant reactor system, they did spark the interest of Toyota, whos work in LENR continues to this day.  Recently Toyota replicated a key experiment of Mitsubishi, showing the massive opportunities in LENR energy as well as LENR transmutation.  Toyota is a huge company and would be best for a long term invesment.

STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) is worth mentioning because they are a publically traded company interested in LENR.  One of their scientists has been collaborating with Celani, attempting replications.  They have a patent application for a LENR device, more specifically a control system for a LENR device.  It does not seem likely that STM actually has any LENR devices other than a celanie replication.  The patent seems to be very forward looking and specific and it is yet to be determined if it will hold any value if it is granted.  STMicroelectronics is a huge company with a questionable foothold in LENR, this may be a stable long term investment.

National Instruments (NASDAQ:NATI) has a serious interest in LENR from the highest levels.  The president Dr. Truchard, gave the keynote speach at ICCF-18, voicing his support for the researchers in this field.  NI has been known to sponsor LENR research groups by donating high dollar data aquistion systems and other equipment.  It is rumored that NI has been collaborating with Andrea Rossi and has helped design the control and monitoring systems for the systems based on arrays of smaller units.  NI week 2012 had a large LENR presence with very open endorsement of the technology, many LENR researchers and advocates were present. NI week 2013 was focused on smart grid technology and had less of a LENR presence, although Dennis Cravens provided a very intuitive public demonstration of LENR excess heat.  Regardless, NI is a large company and initial media frenzy of LENR should not drive up the price excessivly.  This is a very safe medium to long term investment.

Cyclone Power Technologies (CYPW:OTC) is a small company which researches and produces engines operating from thermal energy.  CYPW is a penny stock listed on OTC:Pink stock exchange, the wild west of the stock world.  The stock price is currently at an all time low due to delays in the R+D process.  Regardless, they are looking toward LENR technologies, even adding Dr. Kim from Purdue to their consulting board.  Dr. Kim is heavily affiliated with Defkalion and even with his academic background he is very entrepreneurial, there is no doubt he will do all he can to combine Dekflaion LENR technology and CYPW’s engines.  Due to the low volume and price, as well as the highly speculative nature of penny stocks, CYPW is expected to explode during widespread LENR media attention.  This is an ideal short term investment.

Nickel and Palladium come to mind when thinking of long term cold fusion investments.  Unfortunately, Nickel is the fifth most abundant material in the earth, a change in the demand of nickel would not affect the price drastically.
Compared with Nickel, Palladium has a much higher hydrogen reactivity and much lower Debye temperature, allowing for palladium based LENR systems to be triggered at lower temperatures.  Even if commercial LENR systems use Nickel/Hydrogen, Palladium will always have a use in the LENR world.
Palladium is currently worth 725$ an ounce, compared to its all time high of 1100$ in 2000, its nowhere near overpriced.  Keep in mind the price of Palladium is currently heavily tied to the projections of worldwide car production.
Palladium Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) i.e. palladium stocks are a convenient way to get in the game, but whats the point of investing in a precious metal if you can’t gawk at it?
Buying physical palladium online and having it mailed prevents you from having to pay state sales tax on your investment. is a prefered vendor and sells a variety of palladium coins and bullion.  Palladium would be a good short and medium term investment.

LENR Startup companies may provide the largest return on investment, of course with high risk.  LENR will not be dominated by one company, there will be so many niche uses of LENR and various embodiments that thousands of companies could be successful without saturating the market.  Think Dotcom boom on steroids.  Traditionally, startup companies only want to attract “professional investors” or investors putting in more than about 30k$.  A recent article pointed out that LENR is the perfect use of crowd-funding and with recent legislation it has become much easier for startup companies to receive small investment from private individuals.  If you are reading this now, you are in the perfect position to get in early with the next Elon Musk of LENR.  While most currently active LENR companies are seeking investment, very few would accept non professional investors.  LENRinvest was recently set up and would be worth contacting if you had some cash on hand.  My advice is to keep your eyes peeled for brand new LENR companies, perform due diligence and approach them directly.  Keep in mind that the US patent office likes to block cold fusion patents, so be cautious about the value of any pending intellectual property, it may become a money drain due to office actions, appeals and litigation down the line.

Fusion/Super Energy Now- Petition

The petition for this is renewed, because of issues with the other petition provider.

Cold Fusion atomic energy has been ignored and pushed aside in discussions/ presentations about alternative energy for too long. Advantages include little/no radioactive decay matter, and extremely high energy output.

As an example, 1 or 2 future-generation generators themselves could power a metropolis city the size of Los Angeles, California for a month on one small supply of common inexpensive elements.

Current energy generation comes from more than 5-sources. World leaders in nations/unions such as Japan, The United States of America, Russia, South Africa, The European Union, and so on have the ability and power to fully engage in the building mass energy production plants now. 

“Nuclear fission power plants and weapons are dangerous.”

Cold Fusion Now!



National Science Foundation – Cold Fusion & LENR – Search Engine Censorship


The National Science Foundation falls short. According to them, popular Cold Fusion – LENR Science does not even exist. In the age of the Internet this equates to search engine censorship. Recently (last year) the U.S. finally revealed links to LENR. Yet the National Science Foundation site still leaves people clueless, without any information provided on low energy nuclear reaction science or engineering.

The incident leading up to my investigation of search engine censorship of LENR was a World Wide Science Alert for “Low Energy Nuclear Reaction” sent on Jun 19, 2013, informing me about Doug Wells  – NASA “Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Aircraft” research grant; which enabled our coverage of it.

I then found this about World Wide Science org.

On behalf of the World Wide Science Alliance, was developed and is maintained by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), an element of the Office of Science within the U.S. Department of Energy.

At World Wide Science you will find hundreds of publications about LENR – Search 2013 and 2012 LENR  and 2011 LENR. Including this paper picked up by the “Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China” web search engine. The Chinese science web portal yields high LENR returns; which leads me to believe more Chinese have news of LENR Energy than do Americans.

NUCLEAR, AND CLEAN 原文传递 Joseph Zawodny, Aviation Week & Space Technology, 2011-01-01

Experimental evidence indicates low-energy nuclear-reaction (LENR) technology is potentially an extremely clean and green energy source that could revolutionize not only aerospace but the wider field of power generation for home and industry. But much work remains to turn today’s inefficient and self-destructive devices into practical powerplants, LENR is a form of nuclear energy. Although research goes back to the birth of nuclear physics, recent work began the late 1980s and the “cold fusion” debacle of Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann. A growing body of increasingly repeatable experimental evidence indicates the LENR effect is real and is likely not fusion, cold or otherwise. Theories to explain the phenomenon have emerged, but the majority have relied on flawed or new physics, often being used to explain only a small subset of the extant evidence and ignoring the rest.

Yet nothing is listed about LENR at the U.S. Department of Energy OSTI.  Their search engine censors out the LENR publications found by the World Wide Science search engine. Why? It certanly shouldn’t.

  • Your search – LENR – did not match any documents.

  • No pages were found containing “LENR”.

Only recently has the DoE revealed links to LENR science through their Science Accelerator site. It fails to provide much of the information available, censoring out almost every paper on LENR research. Science Accelerator lists only two LENR publications for 2013, four from 2012, and three from 2011.

U.S. National Science Foundation Fails Mission – Shows Ignorance

Regarding LENR Science

“The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 “to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…” With an annual budget of about $7.0 billion (FY 2012), we are the funding source for approximately 20 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by America’s colleges and universities. In many fields such as mathematics, computer science and the social sciences, NSF is the major source of federal backing.

We fulfill our mission chiefly by issuing limited-term grants — currently about 11,000 new awards per year, with an average duration of three years — to fund specific research proposals that have been judged the most promising by a rigorous and objective merit-review system. Most of these awards go to individuals or small groups of investigators. Others provide funding for research centers, instruments and facilities that allow scientists, engineers and students to work at the outermost frontiers of knowledge.

NSF’s goals–discovery, learning, research infrastructure and stewardship–provide an integrated strategy to advance the frontiers of knowledge, cultivate a world-class, broadly inclusive science and engineering workforce and expand the scientific literacy of all citizens, build the nation’s research capability through investments in advanced instrumentation and facilities, and support excellence in science and engineering research and education through a capable and responsive organization. We like to say that NSF is where discoveries begin….

Many of the discoveries and technological advances have been truly revolutionary. In the past few decades, NSF-funded researchers have won more than 200 Nobel Prizes as well as other honors too numerous to list. These pioneers have included the scientists or teams that discovered many of the fundamental particles of matter, analyzed the cosmic microwaves left over from the earliest epoch of the universe, developed carbon-14 dating of ancient artifacts, decoded the genetics of viruses, and created an entirely new state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate.” – end quote

The NSF Can “Begin to Discover”

At Cold Fusion Now!

Bose-Einstein condensates and the theorized role they play in the low energy nuclear reactive environment.

  • Purdue Nuclear and Many Body Theory Group – PNMBTG-6-2011

  • “Generalized Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation Nuclear Fusion for Hydrogen-Metal System” (LENR)

  • Dr. Yeong E. Kim Department of Physics – June 18, 2011

  • ABSTRACT (download pdf)

  • Generalized theory of Bose-Einstein condensation nuclear fusion (BECNF) is used to carry out theoretical analyses of recent experimental results of Rossi et al. for hydrogen-nickel system. Based on incomplete experimental information currently available, preliminary theoretical explanations of the experimental results are presented in terms of the generalized BECNF theory. Additional accurate experimental data are needed for obtaining more complete theoretical descriptions and predictions, which can be tested by further experiments.

  • Read new data about the Rossi reactor (shown as this articles title picture), “Indication of Anomalous Heat Energy Production in a Reactor Device”. Found through a title search here at worldwidescienceorg and at scienceacceleratororg. No reference to the paper is found at the National Science Foundation.


  • The  state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate was not “created” by researchers funded by the  National Science Foundation. Rather its existence was verified through scientific experiments. (discovery)

  • Bose-Einstein researchers review LENR papers citing the role of Bose Einstein condensates in the low energy nuclear reactive environment.

  • Learn from Nobel Laureates about popular “cold fusion” science…..         LENR by –Dr. Brian Josephson and LENR by –Dr. Julian Schwinger.

  • The U.S. National Science Foundation assuredly knows about LENR Science and is certainly marginalizing LENR Research.(search engine censorship)

The National Science Foundation has an Impressive Budget

The  NSF FY 2014 Budget Request for the Research and Related Activities (R&RA) Appropriation is: (given in million to one dollars)

  • $6,212.29 million, an increase of $523.29 million, or 9.2 percent, above the FY 2012 Enacted level of
  • $5,689.00 million. Support from the R&RA Appropriation enables U.S. leadership and progress across the frontiers of scientific and engineering research and education.

$6,212,290,000 ($6.2 Billion) +/-  $493,290,000 / 8.6%

That’s 6 billion 212 million and 290 thousand dollars ” plus or minus an estimated $493,290,000

Plus or minus a budget variable of $493.29 million?

The NSF should give that budget variable to…

NSF – LENRgy – Engineering and Science

LENR Grants/$493,290,000/National Science Foundation

Not likely since, at NSF – LENR does not even exist…

Where is Cold Fusion – LENR Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Science at NSF?

LENR Censored at NSF Budget Poorly Spent

National Science Foundation – Cold Fusion / LENR – Search Engine Censorship



Your search – nasa lenr – did not match any documents.

No pages were found containing “nasa lenr”.


  • Make sure all words are spelled correctly.
  • Try different keywords.
  • Try more general keywords.

There is nothing about NASA LENR at the National Science Foundation.


Then there is this search for “cold fusion”  (link)

Which leads us to this list discrediting popular ‘cold fusion’ researchers

  1. – National Science Foundation (NSF) News – NSF  He organized and chaired the high-profile 1989 meeting on cold fusion that
played a major role in establishing a more scientific perspective on this – 57k – 2013-05-25
  2. Assessing Fundamental Science: III. Performance Measures with certain caveats: in a few cases, high numbers of citations may indicate
a negative evaluation (eg, the disputed cold fusion results); possible – 23k
  3. [TEXT] Title : NSF9046 – Directory of NSF-Supported Young Scholars  scrap metal into superconductor materials, finding ways to separate/analyze
vital metals like the palladium used in “cold fusion” energy experiments  – 1997-01-13


Search for “cold fusion energy” (link)

Yields Nothing!  Zip! (just a 1997 duplicate from the previous search) 

  1. [TEXT] Title : NSF9046 – Directory of NSF-Supported Young Scholars  metal into superconductor materials, finding ways to separate/analyze vital
metals like the palladium used in “cold fusion” energy experiments, or – 1997-01-13


Search for NASA LENR Documents at the NSF

Search for “Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, The Realism and Outlook” link

by Dennis Bushnell Chief Scientist NASA @Langley (article)

Yields NADA! Zip! Shhh! Keep very, very quiet about it. At the NSF we believe in censorship by omission.

Your search – “low energy nuclear reactions the realism and outlook” – did not match any documents.

No pages were found containing “”low energy nuclear reactions the realism and outlook””.

Search for “The Nuclear Reactor in Your Basement” link

NASA – Climate Change News (article)

Once Again! NADA! Zip!


“LENR – A solution for all your energy needs.” – quote NASA

Not according to the National Science Foundation. LENR energy does not exist!

Contact (LINK)

Demand LENRgy at the U.S. National Science Foundation

NSF Director Subra Suresh – “New Era of Global Science & Engineering”

National Academy of Engineering – Washington D.C. September, 2012 (slideshare)


“Where Discoveries Begin” – sic –

FY 2014 Budget Request to Congress

April 10, 2013 (pdf)

End Search Engine Censorship

Begin to Discover @ Cold Fusion Now!


Explore these in-links to this article on the web
About 199 results  (i.e the Blog-O-Sphere)

Post Script

Excellent research and educational opportunities are enabled through the NSF. Most all of the folks at the NSF are outstanding, with zero tolerance for corruption or censorship in science and I respect them for their works. Thank you all for the loving works you do.

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Clandestine NSF Panel Warms To Cold Fusion

By Christopher Anderson | November 13, 1989

WASHINGTON—Four months after one federal agency killed the prospect of government support of cold fusion, a second agency has brought it back to life.

“The strange phenomenon of low-temperature nuclear fusion, announced at the University of Utah with great fanfare March 23 by two chemists, took another bizarre turn last month when a self-described “upbeat, enthusiastic” panel of experts assembled by the National Science Foundation’s engineering division concluded that the effects of cold fusion are real and “cannot be explained as a result of artifacts, equipment, or human errors.” Besides contradicting a preliminary report issued by another panel of experts convened by the Department of Energy in July, the October workshop was vehemently opposed by physicists and chemists at NSF. In seeming testimony to the audacity of their effort, the sponsors tried to keep the meeting secret, initially planning to transport the participants by bus to an undisclosed location for their three-day meeting. Then, after news of the event was leaked to the press, NSF agreed grudgingly to hold an informal “media opportunity” rather than a public press conference to declare the panelists’ support for further research.”