Talking about Rosch, GAIA, E-Cat, more
Swiss Free Energy Congress: Meeting Notes
LLW9 Magnet Motor ; US patent granted for Rossi’s E-Cat (LENR) ; ERR 800 kW Power Station Project Booklet ; PES Validation of Rosch’s KPP Technology ; FOR SALE: KPP (Kinetic Power Plant) ; FOR SALE: GAIA’s 5 kW AuKW Home Power Generator ; Daniel Hicks’ QMoGen ; FOR SALE: AGH Recycling’s Waste-to-Oil and Biomass-to-Coal Pyrolysis Systems …
Free Energy Digest — September 25, 2015
The following comment was originally posted in this thread by deleo77 There is an interesting thought analysis that you can put behind this latest Darden interview. Someone who is a skeptic may say that in this interview Darden is cautious, guarded, he seems to be hedging.
An article appearing in the Irish version of the Sunday Times newspaper reports on the progress of Steorn, the Irish Company developing a battery charger based on its Orbo techhnology which is claimed to produce energy from magnetic interactions. The article by Vincent Ryan is titled “Steorn’s battery boosted by €2m” and can be located […]
Thanks to Bachcole for sharing this, and racking up the LENR points! There’s an interview in Fortune Magazine with Cherokee Investment Partners CEO Tom Darden, about his involvement in the funding of LENR technologies. Fortune Here’s the link: http://fortune.com/2015/09/27/ceo-cherokee-investment-partners-low-energy-nuclear-reaction/ Here’s an excerpt: Q: So you’re optimistic?
Tom Darden on LENR: Interview in Fortune Magazine
Over the years we have heard Andrea Rossi talk about having a “robotic factory” build E-Cats when they move into the mass production phase of E-Cats. For a long time it was rather a vague statement, but today we get a better idea of what has been on Rossi’s mind.
We don’t know for sure what the E-Cat X is comprised of, but Andrea Rossi has said it uses different materials in the reactor compared to the old version of the Hot Cat tested at Lugano which used nickel powder along with lithium and hydrogen. From some recent comments by Andrea Rossi and Tom Darden […]
After publishing an interview with Cherokee/Industrial Heat head Tom Darden, Fortune magazine has written another article about fusion as an energy source.
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More on LENR and Fusion from Fortune Magazine
Andrea Rossi has reported on the Journal of Nuclear Physics that the E-Cat X Reactor prototype he has been testing recently has broken again. This is the second time this new version of the Hot Cat has broken; the first time a component burnt out, and Rossi’s team had to make some kind of new […]
I made an inquiry to Mitchell Swartz of Jet Energy regarding the status of the NANOR device, a LENR technology that he has been working on over the years. This is his response, posted her with his permission: “Very busy, including testing NANOR-type CF/LANR components at two sites, and working on the newest Series 8 components. […]
The following report has been submitted by Alan Smith LEAP FORWARD LAB, –SEPT. 2014- SEPT 2015 . – A YEAR OF PROGRESS – PART 2.
The status of attempted replications of the e-cat is disappointing. Using all the information available we are apparently little or no nearer to making an e-cat lookalike, despite there being many very capable scientists and engineers involved.
Where Next for Replicators? (Nigel Appleton)
While the one-year test of the 1 MW E-Cat plant may seem like an interminable wait for some of us who are looking forward to getting the end results, it seems that it is proving to be a beneficial process for Andrea Rossi, Industrial Heat and Leonardo Corp. One of the main benefits that will […]
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Long Term 1 MW Plant Test to help with Next Generation of E-Cat Industrial Plants
Thanks to AlainCo who has posted on the LENR Forum a slideshow by David Daggett of Phonon Energy Inc. which was presented on September 23 at the SAE 2015 AeroTech Congress & Exhibition in Seattle, Washigton
The UK has seen hide nor hair of the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 5, but what we have instead is the option to shell out on the Galaxy S6 Edge+ — a larger version of what has arguably been the most eye-catching phone of the year. Even Samsung was shocked at the demand for the S6 Edge and its silky smooth curved screen, which was released in spring this year.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ review