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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 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 XIII

The new year is well underway and so is further progress in LENR! As you’ll likely have noticed by following the popular E-Cat World site, a number of key groups and researchers have either joined or re-joined this quest for … 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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