A small (under 10 minute) video about the MIT course has been put up. I like it because it is short enough, and it really summarizes some of the reasons that others have had so much trouble getting LENR going.
MIT’s short course is on, once again. This time we have pictures of the amazing “Nanor” reactor that people at the course could sign up to get: Read the rest of this entry »
Blacklight power is all the rage this morning. It appears that they are intending to reveal an unbelievable energy generator to the world on January 28th at 11 AM. Read the rest of this entry »
The Switzerland-based company ST Microelectronics is one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world! They have filed a patent application to the United States Patent Office:
E-catworld.com again put me onto an interesting additional party involved in LENR. Read the rest of this entry »
smartsarecrow.com interviewed Brilliouin in an hour long video. Read the rest of this entry »
I found a great graph from Lawrence Livermore National Labs, that illustrates the size of the energy world — the world that will soon be swallowed up by LENR technology: Read the rest of this entry »
It appears that Stirling Allen is scheduled to do a live interview with Eng. Rossi. The best part is that Frank Ackland will be participating in the interview. Read the rest of this entry »