NASA has just released a short video in which NASA scientist Dr. Joseph Zawodny explains and advocates the use of LENR technology. The video unequivocally states that the NASA Langley Research Center is actively pursuing the development of this technology. While this advocacy can be reasonably assumed by the four slide show presentations from a September 22, 2011 LENR workshop held at the NASA Glenn Research Center, this video is a definitive, public statement regarding NASA’s belief in this technology.
Many of the pathoskeps have been stating for many months that they will not believe NASA’s involvement in this technology until an official press release by NASA stating such. Well, NASA has done them one better by releasing a video with one it’s scientists, not a spokesman or a piece of paper, confirming NASA’s belief and active involvement in developing LENR.
Although I could write a 1500 word essay on this matter, including commentary on NASA’s obvious attempt to further distance itself from the term “cold fusion” by seemingly inventing entirely new words, I will not. I will just leave readers with the transcript from the video and the video itself, both below, and let them speak for themselves.
NASA LENR Video Transcript:
While the world is drastically dependent on fossil fuel, researchers at NASA Langley Research Center are working on another way of producing energy efficient nuclear power.
“This other form of nuclear power releases energy by adding neutrons. Eventually, they gain a sufficient number of neutrons that they spontaneously decay into something of the same mass but a different element.”
The different element is cleaner than traditional nuclear fuels and can be produced by raw materials such as nickel, carbon and hydrogen.
“It has the demonstrated ability to produce excess amounts of energy cleanly, without ionizing radiation, without producing nasty waste.”
This clean form of energy is also powerful, able to support everything from transportation systems to infrastructure.
“The easiest implementation of this would be for the home. You would have a unit that would replace your water heater and you would have some sort of cycle to derive electrical energy from that, and then it would dump its waste heat into the water, or air handling system for the building, so it would be a dual use thing. It would be sitting there producing heat, then you’d derive electricity from it to run your electronics, power the house, power the building, power light industry, and then the waste heat would be used for environmental control and warm water.”
NASA’s Method for Enhancement of Surface Plasmon Polaritons to Initiate and Sustain LENR in metal hydride systems, a clean nuclear energy for your power operated technology.
The video’s original source on a NASA web site is here.
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