Thursday, January 19, 2012

Disruptive technology about to explode on energy scene.

LENR stands for Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, originally demonstrated in 1989 by Pons & Fleischman and dubbed 'cold fusion'. Low temperature fusion was prematurely discredited by the physics and hot fusion interests, and partly due to the difficulty of getting consistent results. But in the last 20 years the phenomenon has been researched world wide and consistent nuclear results and vast quantities of excess heat can be obtained without burning fossil fuels and without radiation and radioactive wastes. 

Note: LENR, aka cold fusion. NASA is now acknowledging cold fusion is real! And their research provides major hope for the future. To see Dr. Zawodny's patent for this revolutionary technology, click here. For more on NASA's involvement in this, click here. For lots more reliable information on the suppression of cold fusion/LENR by the media and the scientific mainstream, click here. For more inspiring news on amazing new energy inventions, click here.

LENR is real, cold fusion is neither. See last post re: Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.

  • The real excitement for me is that any competent plumber or metal worker can build a unit, no exotic materials needed. This also makes control of the technology difficult if not impossible unless we allow legislation pushed by the big energy companies. - Rob      
  • Is it possible that Obama is keeping a lid on LENR to use at a more opportune and advanced stage of development?  See 'Meanwhile...' below. Will NASA be the 'lead' agency to introduce LENR to the American public?

It has now become apparent that Rossi is fast becoming a patriotic American (been bought lock, stock and Ecat ) See the very long (language barrier impeded) interview:
This interview also makes clear the shift in marketing strategy being developed with Rossi's new American friends; make millions of (low cost, now $500) Ecats in fully automated manufacturing facilities, and make the real profit on the refueling 'cartridge' needed every 6 months of operation.
Sounds just like my printer cartridge that costs $50 every six months, and keeps HP afloat.
Rossi states that the 6 month fuel supply cartridge will only cost around $10 plus $40 for shipping if you install it yourself, plus a service tech house call if you don't. He seriously hedged when asked if you could buy a couple of fuel sticks to have in reserve. So they'll try to maintain control by only providing a new one when you return the old one, or with maybe a hefty deposit to insure return of spent cartridges.
Meanwhile, cold fusion made a surprise appearance in the US presidential race.

"I do believe in basic science. I believe in participating in space. I believe in analysis of new sources of energy. I believe in laboratories, looking at ways to conduct electricity with -- with cold fusion, if we can come up with it," candidate Mitt Romney said in an interview with the Washington Examiner. "It was the University of Utah that solved that. We somehow can't figure out how to duplicate it."
The comment elicited laughter, but raises the question of why Romney would mention it. He is not strong on science, and it seems likely that someone has mentioned cold fusion to him in a recent briefing. Like everyone else, he may just be waiting to see if there's something in it. The prospect of an industrial boom based on cold fusion would give a major boost to the candidate who managed to capitalise on it while others dithered -- but would it would be political suicide if it turns out to be a damp squib.

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