04/23/2012 to 04/29/2012

Successful Cold Fusion/LENR is an Engineering Problem

Cold Fusion News

04/29/2012

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LENR-to-Market Weekly — April 26, 2012

PESN

04/29/2012

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Rossi on Conspiracies

E-Cat World

04/29/2012

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Defkalion Posts Advertisements for 20 Positions in the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Field

E-Cat = Rossi Cold Fusion

04/27/2012

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ECAT News update in April

ECAT.com

04/27/2012

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A brand new, just released interview with Andrea Rossi

Andrea Rossi: The Science of Truth and Cold Fusion & LENR

http://www.westcoasttruth.com

04/27/2012

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Nuclear researchers attempt to locate new source of renewable energy

Mizzou Weekly

04/25/2012

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Harvard University now advising faculty to publish exclusively in Open Access journals.

Harvard web site

See this link for further context regarding this story.

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04/25/2012

Renato
April 18th, 2012 at 8:16 AM

Dear Dott. Rossi,

Regarding electrical power generation: would it be thinkable to run and sustain the LENR in the bulk of a molten alloy?
For instance of Pb and Ni-Hydride?

A “molten lead reactor”, while still absorbing the gamma rays, could reach the temperatures you need for efficient power generation (unless the eutectic temperature is too low).

The safety would be ensured by encasing the molten lead volume in a heat exchange casing that prevents runaway reaction by melting at a designed T.

Sorry for wasting your busy time with my ramblings, and keep up the good work!

Andrea Rossi
April 18th, 2012 at 2:59 PM

Dear Renato:
Yes, this is a hypothesys we thought about, but abandoned it for the risk of lead condensation, which can cause a disaster.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

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Mauro Rossi
April 18th, 2012 at 4:43 PM

Hi Andrea,

why would lead solidification be so unfortunate?

I mean that lead can be melted quite easily, with a gas flame for example

Mauro

Andrea Rossi
April 18th, 2012 at 6:07 PM

Dear Mauro Rossi:
Theoretically you are right, but practically liquid lead has created enormous problems wherever it has been used as a primary fluid. I have experience on this, I patented in the USA in 1998 an apparatus that worked with liquid lead. It is unthinkable to use liquid lead, practically, in an E-Cat: pumps problems, condensation devastating if the temperature goes down for any reason, etc. I already tested it.
Warm Regards,
A.R.

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New LENR Machine is the Best Yet

Oilprice.com

04/24/2012

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New kid on the block? – Brillouin Energy Corp

Cold Fusion Now

04/23/2012

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Cold fusion: Study it in school and are serious

Excitement builds in Italy over high school replication of Pons and Fleishmann

22Passi (translated from Italian)

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