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  • Prof. Robert Duncan gives presentation on cold fusion
    University of Missouri System The title of his presentation was Prospects for Discovery of New Energy Science The abstract was Dr Robert Duncan spoke on the importance of objective scientific method in the exploration of new ideas using cold fusion as an example The audience was reportedly large around 2 000 people The title abstract video and PowerPoint slides from the presentation are available here https mospace umsystem edu xmlui handle 10355 1263 Duncan discussed the research he suggested a model that might explain the cold fusion effect and he described the angry response of some scientists to his presentation This negative reaction resulted in what I consider to be a loss a lack of objectivity When I went on the 60 Minutes piece I was contacted by a highly prominent professor from an Ivy League university who was just really laughs really was angry with me For having done the piece And the point was I laid out the scientific case to the prof on the phone but he flatly wouldn t consider it And when I said come on why don t you just work with me here through the data he said essentially well you know us high caliber physicists have done that before and there has never been anything there So you charlatans just can go on and do whatever you like Okay Well It is interesting my scientific reputation I guess at least to him had been stronger before I did the piece But now the point is real science possibly with outstanding engineering consequences suddenly becomes a pariah science A science where no one can go His PowerPoint slides conclude Research funding needs to become less dependent on the common assumptions within the culture of scientific communities and much more courageous and objective The

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  • Seminar at U. Missouri, “Excess Heat and Particle Tracks from Deuterium-loaded Palladium”
    Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Seminar at U Missouri Excess Heat and Particle Tracks from Deuterium loaded Palladium May 2 2009 Announcement Many research groups have reported excess heat from deuterated palladium using many different experimental techniques Recently the Navy s SPAWAR laboratory published experimental results that document the production of nuclear particles thereby suggesting that nuclear reactions are occurring However these observed particle tracks are at levels that are much smaller than would be expected if this excess heat resulted from conventional nuclear fusion These excess heat reports often vastly exceed that which would likely be produced by chemical reactions or by structural phase transitions in the palladium The program videos and PowerPoint slides from the speakers are available from the university http research missouri edu news stories 090527 seminar htm The video files at the university have to be downloaded completely before they can be played More convenient versions are available on YouTube Robert Duncan Frank Gordon Pamela Mosier Boss Larry Forsley Edmund Storms Michael McKubre

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  • Twentieth Anniversary of the Announcement of Cold Fusion
    ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Twentieth Anniversary of the Announcement of Cold Fusion March 23 2009 Cold fusion was announced on March 23 1980 at the University of Utah by Professors Fleischmann and Pons A video of the press conferences is available at video google com http video google com videoplay docid 5820042344911746802 ei jqDHSaCcPI2YrQLTwLjXAg q fleischmann pons 1989 press conference hl en Several articles about the history of cold fusion have been published recently Here are two examples http www groundreport com Health and Science The ghost of free energy This one is notably negative and misinformed http www wired com science discoveries news 2009 03 dayintech 0323 Meanwhile cold fusion sessions are being held at this week s American Chemical Society ACS meeting in Salt Lake City http oasys2 confex com acs 237nm techprogram S29619 HTM Here is a press release from the ACS about the cold fusion session http www eurekalert org pub releases 2009

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  • Prof. D. Nagel gives keynote address at ISA EXPO 2008
    have been done on what is now called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions or the Fleischmann Pons Effect The experiments have involved electrochemical gas phase plasma and beam interactions with solids Power production and new materials have been reported in many studies The total body of experimental evidence shows that it is indeed possible to produce nuclear reactions at low input energies However the field remains controversial and poorly understood There is no satisfactory theory now for what has been observed Past and current experiments require sophisticated instrumentation including both multiple sensors and automated control of relevant conditions Many people including those in several start up companies believe that understanding control optimization and commercial exploitation of this new means to trigger nuclear reactions will follow in the coming years That could lead to a new industry that manufactures individual nuclear power units for homes and offices which produce very small amounts of prompt radiation and negligible radioactivity The units could have many uses notably the production of clean drinking water If the anticipated advances occur including significant scaling up in power levels a new nuclear reactor industry will emerge Sensing and control instrumentation will be as critical in that industry as they are in current energy production and process control industries The ISA reported Wednesday s keynote address was given by cold fusion expert Dr David J Nagel of George Washington University and drew a large crowd Dr Nagel s presentation entitled Instrumentation for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions inspired much discussion and dialogue surrounding the importance of cold fusion technology and application http www isa org Template cfm Section Press Releases5 template TaggedPage DetailDisplay cfm ContentID 72558 Another ISA report by Jim Strothman described Nagel s lecture To develop the promise which includes LENR technologies having a wide range of possibilities

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  • ICCF14 Conference, ACS Conference
    Special Collections 2004 DoE Review BARC Studies In Cold Fusion Books and Proceedings Books Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide ICCF14 Conference ACS Conference August 24 2008 The 14th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science was held at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill Washington DC 10 15 August 2008 The conference web site is here http www iccf 14 org The agenda and abstracts are here http lenr canr org Collections ICCF14Abstracts pdf Some of the papers from this conference will soon be uploaded to LENR CANR org A section on cold fusion was held at the 236th American Chemical Society ACS National Meeting Exposition August 17 21 2008 Philadelphia PA USA See http newenergytimes com Conf 2008 ACS ACS 2008 NET Abstracts pdf News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear

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  • Continued persecution of sono-fusion at Purdue
    Books and Proceedings Books Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Continued persecution of sono fusion at Purdue August 10 2008 Sono fusion researcher Rusi Taleyarkhan has been sanctioned by Purdue University on trumped up charges of academic malfeasance This has been brought about by academic rivals U S Congressman Brad Miller and by the corrupt out of control head of the department Prof Lefteri Tsoukalas The sordid details are described here http newenergytimes com BubbleTrouble 2008 August Sanction htm This affidavit by a department secretary at Purdue describes racist attacks and absurd threats made by Tsoukalas http newenergytimes com BubbleTrouble 2008MizeDarlaJ AffadavitFeb2 pdf Other affidavits confirm this account http newenergytimes com BubbleTrouble BubblegateAffidavits htm On September 1 2008 additional evidence came to light tying the New York Times to the scandal http newenergytimes com BubbleTrouble BubblegateSendLawyersAffidavitsMoney htm News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief

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  • Prof. Y. Arata Gives Lecture and Demonstration at Osaka University
    is held at 100 atm in the tank shown on the left The cell has a sample of zirconium with palladium nanoparticles ZrO 2 or a Zr Ni alloy both with Pd particles The sample weighs 7 to 18 g The cell is equipped with two thermocouples T in inside at the core of the Zr Pd sample and T s at the surface of the cell wall The cell is insulated Fig 2 Schematic of Arata s experimental device Click image to expand The cell is first evacuated and baked out to purify the Zr Pd sample After the cell cools from the bake out either deuterium or hydrogen gas is injected into the cell at high pressure causing it to ionize The ionized gas rapidly enters the Zr Pd sample A chemical reaction occurs heating up the sample Fig 3 Comparison of zirconium palladium samples loaded with deuterium versus hydrogen gas Click image to expand Figure 3 shows what happens after the sample is saturated with gas and it begins to cool down from the burst of chemical heat This phase of the experiment begins at about 300 minutes Arata calls it the skirt fusion zone phase This graph shows data from three test runs A ZrO 2 Pd sample with D 2 deuterium gas B Zr Ni Pd sample with D 2 gas C ZrO 2 Pd sample with H 2 hydrogen gas Two temperatures for each test are shown These are from the two thermocouples in Fig 2 T in inside the cell and T s at the cell surface Tests A and B both produce heat remaining hot 3000 minutes 50 hours into this graph and beyond up to 100 hours Test C with hydrogen cools down to room temperature at 500 minutes This shows

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  • Arthur C. Clarke, a friend to cold fusion, dies at age 90
    Fusion Books and Proceedings Books Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide Arthur C Clarke a friend to cold fusion dies at age 90 March 18 2008 Famed author and scientist Arthur C Clarke died at age 90 Clarke was an early and enthusiastic supporter of cold fusion and a loyal friend to many researchers He will be sorely missed He made many knowledgeable comments about cold fusion in the mass media He wrote introductions to the books by Beaudette and Krivit See Books and Videos about cold fusion His most extensive comments about cold fusion are in the revised Millennium Edition of Profiles of the Future Indigo 1999 Here is a review of Profiles of the Future Here is a short paper Clarke wrote about cold fusion Arthur C Clarke and his pet Tyrannosaurus rex 2003 News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction

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