Monday, February 27, 2012

Race for cold fusion: Nasa, MIT, Darpa and Cern peer through the keyhole

Source: Wired UK
Date: 2/27/2012
by: David Hambling

Four months ago, Andrea Rossi demonstrated what he claims was a one-megawatt "Energy Catalyser" -- or E-Cat -- which produces power by cold fusion. This technology, also known as Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR), had been consigned to the deepest cellar of fringe science.

Now it's hammering on the cellar door, and Nasa, MIT, Darpa and Cern are among those peering through the keyhole, wondering if it should be allowed back in with respectable science. As part of's continued coverage of progress in this controversial field, we have investigated recent developments.
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Saturday, February 11, 2012

(Video) U of I College of Law Professor (and Harvard Fellow) Dr. Francis Boyle discusses the implications of a war with Syria and Iran

Source: Infowars Nightly News
Date: 2/10/2012

Dr. Francis Boyle, professor from the University of Illinois College of Law (and Harvard Fellow) joins nationally syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones to discuss the geopolitical implications of a potential war with Syria and Iran.

Here is Dr. Boyle's impressive bio taken straight from his U of I faculty page:

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Cold Fusion, Oil and the US Dollar

Source: e-cat site
Date: 2/7/2012

In the last few articles, an attempt has been made on this site to explore some real world scenarios that may be taking place behind the scenes in regards to cold fusion and how government and otherwise influential entities, like corporations and the military, may be responding to the increasing body of evidence that cold fusion/LENR has not been debunked and in fact its existence is supported by an ever growing amount of evidence, and being confirmed by a wider and wider group of scientists and researchers.  If you have not read Tom Baccei’s previous articles that explore such scenarios, they can be found here and here.  These have attempts to explain why in spite of the growing evidence (actually undeniable if one takes the time to review the evidence contained on this site and elsewhere, especially, the defining moment where the reality of this technology becomes apparent to the masses continues to be elusive.  NASA’s January 12 LENR video was very nearly the push that was needed to take this subject out of the shadows.  It actually succeeded but only for a very brief time.  Below are two charts related to LENR searches on Google.  The first chart plots Google searches for the term LENR from 2004 to the present.  The second chart plots Google searches for the term NASA LENR from 2004 to the present.

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