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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part 22

In the very first part of this series, just over 6 years ago, I introduced you to inventer/entrepreneur Andrea Rossi and his creation, the Energizer Catalyzer or E-Cat for short. Back then, I and most others expected that the E-Cat … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part 21

The first half of 2017 had not seen very many major developments in either the hot or the cold versions of controlled nuclear fusion R&D but all that changed with an unexpected announcement from the Rossi versus Industrial Heat court … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion, Part 20

On the occasion of this milestone 20th report in the series and on the eve of what promises to be a very interesting new year in energy R&D, it is appropriate to present an overview of some of the key … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion Part 19

There have been further significant developments in LENR since my last report and perhaps the most important in terms of its academic respectability is that the prestigious Aarhus Nano Technology University in Denmark will be partnering with the Martin Fleischmann … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion, Part XV

There has been a further series of key events in the LENR drama. Firstly, Andrea Rossi has been awarded his long-sought-after American patent. That day was captured best by the E-Cat World site in this link. The patent’s wording and scope … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part X11

As the year 2014 is about to conclude, there is yet more evidence for my prediction that it will come to be regarded as the pivotal year for LENR. The latest development is that a Russian nuclear physicist, Professor Alexander G. … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part XI

Since my last update, all activity in and around LENR R&D has ramped up still further and added more support to my “Pivotal Year for LENR” prediction for this year. A new patent application was published by the US Patent … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part X

This article is a milestone, both as the tenth in our series and in it being published just as the number of subscribers to Think Tank Report has exceeded 4000. Thank you all for your ongoing support! In the short … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion, Part IX

The long awaited report on the extended test of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat has finally been published! The E-Cat used was evidently Industrial Heat’s refined and even more compact version of Rossi’s earlier models but it retains the small reactor tube … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion, Part VIII

In part VII, at the end of last year, I predicted that 2014 would (at least) see steady progress in all aspects of LENR. With only a month gone, there already are promising signs of this. Firstly, Industrial Heat Has … Continue reading

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