Replication attempts are heating up cold fusion
(This blog post was first published on Animpossibleinvention.com).
In just a few weeks, the whole landscape of cold fusion and LENR has changed significantly and, as many have noted, 2015 might bring a breakthrough for LENR in general, with increased public awareness, scientific acceptance and maybe even commercial applications. This is great news.
For those who haven’t followed the latest events, let me summarize.
Most important is the apparent replication of the E-Cat phenomenon by the Russian scientist Alexander Parkhomov. On December 25, 2014, Parkhomov, a respected and experienced physicist, published a short report on an experiment where he had used a reactor similar to the one used by the Swedish-Italian group in the Lugano experiment with Rossi’s E-Cat, and with similar materials in the fuel.
This kind of replication, based on the information in the Lugano report, was what I predicted in the second edition of my book.
Read more on Animpossibleinvention.com.