Friday, March 30, 2012

Brillouin Energy Corporation's Hypothesis on the Mechanics of "Cold Fusion" is Similar to Widom-Larsen Theory

Brillouin Energy Corporation has apparently arrived independently upon their own hypothesis for the mechanics behind the Fleishmann-Pons Effect (cold "fusion"), which is actually very similar to the Widom-Larsen theory.  According to Robert Godes the Chief Technology Officer, their own proprietary method of bringing about the Fleishman-Pons Effect is done via CECR (Controlled Electron Capture Reaction).  In CECR a proton is induced to absorb an electron by firing an electromagnetic wave generated by Brillouin’s proprietary electronic pulse generator in to a suitable metal hydride.  An endothermic reaction occurs in which some of the protons in the metal absorb an electron to form low energy (higher mass) neutrons and neutrinos.

The low energy neutrons produced are then capable of being captured by the nuclei of surrounding atoms.  The metal lattice of suitable composition, such as Palladium or Nickel, is loaded (infused) with light or heavy (deuterium) hydrogen before-hands.  When the nucleus of an atom absorbs one of the low energy neutrons, a new isotope of the element is created.  If the newly created isotope is of an unstable variety, one of the neutrons in the nucleus will beta decay in to a proton and electron.  The original atom therefore is transformed in to a heavier element (original atomic number +1 proton).  A large amount of energy, in the form of heat, is released as well.

Thus what Martin Fleishmann and Stanley Pons described back in 1989 as being cold "fusion" is quite possibly not really the fusing of two nuclei, but rather the result of weak nuclear interactions as hypothesized by Robert Godes, Dr. Allan Widom, Lewis Larsen, Brian Ahern or others.

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