Our next episode features Alan Goldwater, an independent LENR researcher with the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project.
He received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Columbia University and studied architecture and computer science before having a successful career in electronic design and embedded software. Returning to his first love physics, Alan has assembled a small laboratory to test LENR systems in a Live Open Science setting.
Off the heels of the 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, Alan Goldwater visited the Cold Fusion Now! Central Office in Eureka, California and Ruby took the opportunity to get his take on the state of the field as presented over the five-day science bonanza.
Alan also describes his ‘glow stick’ experiments, which he reports as having shown up to 18% excess heat. He also talks about the importance of live open science in an environment of non-disclosure agreements and intellectual property filings.
Learn more about Alan Goldwater’s work with the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project and Live Open Science at quantumheat.org.
Read about the glow stick work in the Journal of Condensed Matter Muclear Science Volume 21 [.pdf].
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University of Marseille Professor of Physics Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science and author of Fusion in All Its Forms: Cold Fusion, ITER, Alchemy, Biological Transmutations with Foreword by Stanley Pons.
He began researching cold fusion in 1993 until he retired to work in his own private laboratory. He speaks with Ruby about his current research and collaborations, as well as the newly-formed French Society of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.
Ruby Carat hosts the fourth episode of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast series that surveys the present state of knowledge in cold fusion/LENR.
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The second in our series surveying the cold fusion landscape features Dr. Michael McKubre, former Director of Energy Research at SRI International, previously Stanford Research Institute, where there continues an-almost-thirty-years program of experimental research in LENR/cold fusion. Dr. McKubre semi-retired to New Zealand in March 2016, and is currently consulting informally with several international research groups.
He speaks with Ruby Carat on the general state of experimental research, and what needs to be done to fully-map the many LENR reactions.
The biggest thing we can do for our global future is develop a new paradigm of living, and a green energy source to power it. Planet-wide peace and human evolution require freedom from the tyranny of division and dependence caused by dirty and dangerous fossil fuels. Can cold fusion develop in time? Let’s find out!