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Organization claims evidence of element transmutation in cold fusion reactor.
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The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project, a group of engineers that employ crowdsourcing to build and test devices that claim the capacity to produce an excess of energy (usually resulting in excess heat) from cold fusion reactions, just uploaded a video in which they claim solid proof that the reaction in this device is indeed nuclear (as opposed to chemical) in nature. The claim is based on the analysis of residual ash: 






Any child of the 50s (and I know there are quite a few here), is likely familiar with all of the 'wonders' promised to us when fusion was mastered... Those promises were delivered based on predictions regarding the technological development of regular (or 'hot') fusion, which has been a terrible dub and met many, many complications. But, if this is possible, it should be similar as long as it scales accordingly. We'll see...
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(08-25-2017, 07:53 PM)E. Flowers Wrote: The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project, a group of engineers that employ crowdsourcing to build and test devices that claim the capacity to produce an excess of energy (usually resulting in excess heat) from cold fusion reactions, just uploaded a video in which they claim solid proof that the reaction in this device is indeed nuclear (as opposed to chemical) in nature.

Thanks for that. I kept up with LENR for a while, following SPARWAR's papers and video presentations until they were forced to stop doing their work by the US government. Then I pretty much left it alone for the last few years, satisfied it was real and waiting for a breakthrough. I dipped in from time to time, and saw a while back that Mitsubishi and I think Toyota had shown LENR transmutation occurring within thin metal films. Then noticed a call by the EU for the development of related technologies to ensure the necessary stuff was put in place to create a future LENR industry. I see recently that the Japanese seem to be going for it in a more official way with overt government involvement. And now you go and post that video which leads me to a guy I've never heard of before... George Egely... and I've been listening to what he says in this fascinating video interview below (turn on subtitles from 'settings' cog to get a translation), and pausing to check his facts... what he says has the right air of authenticity... and do you know, his story fits together so well with other things that are happening in the world today...



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Yeah... Egely's credentials are legit, he is an honest-to-god nuclear physicist. The NOVA reactor is actually his invention, MFMP is only running independent tests.
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