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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 XVI

In the last report, I warned, in the context of the upcoming Melbourne Cup, that horse racing can turn up some remarkably unexpected wins from outsiders. In the event, a week later, the race was won by a 50:1 outsider, … 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 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 V

I was sad to hear of the death of Dr Martin Fleischmann yesterday. As I have recorded in previous parts of this series, it was he and Stanley Pons who offered what was dubbed “Cold Fusion” to the world in … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part IV

At the end of Part III, I predicted that 2012 would be a pivotal year for Andrea Rossi and his E-Cat. With three months gone, this prediction is looking likely but not necessarily to Rossi’s advantage. Rossi came under fire … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part III

Part II concluded on a rather pessimistic note for Andrea Rossi’s Energy Catalyser – E-Cat – that it cannot be producing the reported net energy gains by any process yet known to Physics. However, there may be a degree of … Continue reading

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The Promise of Controlled Nuclear Fusion – Part I

For a small but growing band of followers, October 28th, 2011 was a big day in the history of energy generation. The buzz centres around inventor/entrepreneur, Andrea Rossi, and his creation, the Energy Catalyzer or E-Cat for short. Rossi’s most … Continue reading

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