Today’s news is reposted from my favorite blog — E-Cat World.com. It’s a story I’ve been following closely for several years because it is world changing technology. For those who don’t know, Rossi now has major investors and is half way through a successful year-long test of an industrial sized reactor in a commercial plant. This patent will help protect his IP and attract the major funding he needs to bring his cold fusion reactor to market.
I’ve been reporting on Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat for about 2-3 years because I believe it could very well be the greatest discovery in history. This latest test report from some of Europe’s best laboratories and universities provides a lot of solid evidence. Most LENR projects are government secrets or closely held proprietary knowledge. This report shines a light on what’s really going on: confirmation of nuclear reactions and transmutations without radiation, where a pinch of nickel powder (1 gram) produces energy equivalent to 50 gallons of gasoline. Elforsk, the Swedish electricity company’s research and development organization, co-funded the report.
Here’s the biggest LENR/cold fusion news in at least the last few years. A team of independent scientists have confirmed anomalous heat production from Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat reactor. I’ve already spent around 1,500-2,000 hours following this story because I’m convinced LENR technology is real and practical. Rossi is now racing to commercialize his reactors and soon this story is going to burst into the spotlight.
I’ve put a great deal of time and effort into understanding what’s happening with LENR/cold fusion reactions. Overwhelming evidence confirms LENR is proven beyond doubt, but exactly how the process works is still not understood. Fully understanding the process is vital to engineering efficient LENR devices. The Cold Fusion Now art contest was an impetus for me to express my ideas and draw awareness to what I believe is one of the greatest discoveries ever. Affordable, clean energy is vital to everyone’s dream of a sustainable future. My entry attempts to illustrate (however crudely) what is occurring inside the LENR reactor at an atomic level. Please take a look and leave a comment at Cold Fusion Now. You can go directly to my entry by clicking here.
“So I’m riding my bike down Main Street in Santa Monica, and a fellow pedals up along side and starts a conversation, right there in the bike lane. Seeing my Cold Fusion Now sticker deftly placed street-facing on the frame, and the new T-shirt I’m wearing (available SOON!), he remarks, “Wow, you’re really into this…” You have no idea, I think to myself. “I do clean energy advocacy for cold fusion.”