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  • Introduction to LENR-CANR
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  • Edmund Storms announces new results with 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 Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium September 16 2015 Dr Edmund Storms has recently published five reports describing recent replications of the palladium deuterium cold fusion experiments These are available at his website http lenrexplained com Description of website The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction An Examination of the Relationship between Observation and Explanation by Dr Edmund Storms attempts to bridge the gap between what is thought to be true and possible by conventional scientists and what is claimed by people advocating the reality of the cold fusion phenomenon In addition a new explanation is proposed that is consistent with accepted natural law and with all behavior attributed to cold fusion The five reports are summarized here http lenrexplained com tag progress report The individual reports are available in Acrobat format Study of PdD as a host for LENR Calibration of the Seebeck calorimeter Insights obtained during the initial study Effect of important variables Behavior of pure PdD This report describes

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  • YouTube video: Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion
    Photos of Accidents Photo from P Clauzon Autoradiographs from M Srinivasan High School Students Do Cold Fusion 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 YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion May 8 2015 We have published a 6 minute video A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion This video explains why we know that cold fusion is a real effect why it is not yet a practical source of energy and why it will have many advantages if it can be made practical The script for this video along with Explanatory Notes and Additional Resources is here News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions ICCF19 was held in April 2015 Levi et al publish a second extended report on

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  • Current Science, Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
    Frascati Photo and schematic from SRI Photos from Y Iwamura Photos and Graphs from T Mizuno Photos of Accidents Photo from P Clauzon Autoradiographs from M Srinivasan High School Students Do Cold Fusion 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 Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions February 24 2015 The journal Current Science Vol 108 No 4 published on February 25 2015 includes 35 papers about cold fusion Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions The online edition is here News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions ICCF19 was held in April 2015 Levi et al publish a second extended report on Rossi reactor Featured News Levi et al publish a definitive test of the Rossi high temperature

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  • ICCF19 was held in April 2015
    from SRI Photos from Y Iwamura Photos and Graphs from T Mizuno Photos of Accidents Photo from P Clauzon Autoradiographs from M Srinivasan High School Students Do Cold Fusion 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 ICCF19 was held in April 2015 February 5 2015 The ICCF19 International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science was held in Padua Italy April 13 17 2015 The conference website is here http www iccf19 com home html Here is an overview of the conference by David Nagel News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions ICCF19 was held in April 2015 Levi et al publish a second extended report on Rossi reactor Featured News Levi et al publish a definitive test of the

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  • Levi et al. publish a second, extended report on Rossi reactor
    number of errors Here is the Abstract and part of the conclusion New results are presented from an extended experimental investigation of anomalous heat production in a special type of reactor tube operating at high temperatures The reactor named E Cat is charged with a small amount of hydrogen loaded nickel powder plus some additives mainly Lithium The reaction is primarily initiated by heat from resistor coils around the reactor tube Measurements of the radiated power from the reactor were performed with high resolution thermal imaging cameras The measurements of electrical power input were performed with a large bandwidth three phase power analyzer Data were collected during 32 days of running in March 2014 The reactor operating point was set to about 1260ºC in the first half of the run and at about 1400 C in the second half The measured energy balance between input and output heat yielded a COP factor of about 3 2 and 3 6 for the 1260ºC and 1400ºC runs respectively The total net energy obtained during the 32 days run was about 1 5 MWh This amount of energy is far more than can be obtained from any known chemical sources in the small reactor volume A sample of the fuel was carefully examined with respect to its isotopic composition before the run and after the run using several standard methods XPS EDS SIMS ICP MS and ICP AES The isotope composition in Lithium and Nickel was found to agree with the natural composition before the run while after the run it was found to have changed substantially Nuclear reactions are therefore indicated to be present in the run process which however is hard to reconcile with the fact that no radioactivity was detected outside the reactor during the run In summary the performance

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  • Levi et al. publish a definitive test of the Rossi high temperature reactor
    Andrea Rossi s high temperature reactor Levi G et al Indication of anomalous heat energy production in a reactor device containing hydrogen loaded nickel powder 2013 Bologna University The paper was uploaded to Cornell s arxiv org library here http arxiv org abs 1305 3913v1 Mats Lewan described the paper here https matslew wordpress com 2013 05 20 two 100 hour scientific tests confirm anomalous heat production in rossis e cat Mark Gibbs of Forbes magazine described the paper here Financial support for the test was provided by the Alba Langenskiöld Foundation and ELFORSK AB ELFORSK is an energy industry consortium They issued a statement on their web site in Swedish http www elforsk se Aktuellt Svenska forskare har testat Rossis energikatalysator E cat Google translate renders this Swedish researchers have tested Rossi energy catalyst E cat Researchers from Uppsala University and KTH Stockholm has conducted measurements of the produced heat energy from a device called the E cat It is known as an energy catalyst invented by the Italian scientist Andrea Rossi The measurements show that the catalyst gives substantially more energy than can be explained by ordinary chemical reactions The results are very remarkable What lies behind the extraordinary heat production can not be explained today There has been speculation over whether there can be any form of nuclear transformation However this is highly questionable To learn more about what is going on you have to learn what is happening with the fuel and the waste it produces The measurements have been funded by such Elforsk Here is the abstract from this paper An experimental investigation of possible anomalous heat production in a special type of reactor tube named E Cat HT is carried out The reactor tube is charged with a small amount of hydrogen loaded nickel

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  • Billionaire donates $5.5 million for cold fusion research at the University of Missouri
    Photo from P Clauzon Autoradiographs from M Srinivasan High School Students Do Cold Fusion 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 Billionaire donates 5 5 million for cold fusion research at the University of Missouri April 28 2012 Sidney Kimmel the founder of an apparel company has given the University of Missouri 5 5 million to study cold fusion See these two articles in the Columbia Daily Tribune Billionaire helps fund MU energy research Duncan talks cold fusion at Saturday Science Update Here is a new article in the MizzouWeekly Nuclear researchers attempt to locate new source of renewable energy News Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium YouTube video Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion Current Science Special Section Low Energy Nuclear Reactions ICCF19 was held in April 2015 Levi et al publish a second

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