Cold Fusion Now Publishes ICCF-18 Videos

Great work by Ruby Carat at Cold Fusion Now — the proceedings of the first day of this year’s ICCF-18 conference at the University of Missouri have now been uploaded to the Cold Fusion Now Youtube Channel. Ruby says that more will be coming.

I’ve been browsing though some of them and so far, I have enjoyed what I have seen very much. It’s good to see and hear some of the folks we have been talking about quite a bit here over the years.

As a sample I thought I would include a talk by Tyler van Houwelingen and Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Fund where they provide an overview of the goals and mission of the MFMP.

Thanks very much to Ruby for the work she has done for LENR followers all over the world!

  • friendlyprogrammer

    MFMP seems to ask for money more than anything else. The first screen in this video it looks like the are asking for over 1/2 million USD.

    Then @ 2:35 of the video they start begging orally.

    Beg, beg, beg, beg.

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  • georgehants

    If anybody would like to look at the historical log below and work out roughly how much money has been spent and man-hours used on these projects and then answer why people are excited because they now say there is water everywhere on Mars.
    Would it not be fair to ask the question —-
    What the hell have they been doing all these years when a group of students could build a water detector in 20 minuets.
    Now they want to lasso an asteroid to spend another few billion.
    Would not some of that money be well spent Researching Cold Fusion etc.

    Historical Log

    • HHiram

      > Would it not be fair to ask the question —- What the hell have they been doing all these years when a group of students could build a water detector in 20 minuets.

      Do you honestly think NASA scientists don’t know what they’re doing?

    • Bob

      20 minuets eh?
      No need for a song and dance about this George.

  • georgehants

    Panicked MSM Begins Killing Off Comment Sections

    Desperate to cling onto their ability to dictate reality, the crumbling
    mainstream media is beginning to kill off article comment sections in a
    cynical bid to silence dissenting voices.

  • freethinker

    Kudos to Ruby and the others at ColdFusionNow. It is an important contribution.

  • bachcole

    This looks like something that is moving in the direction of LENR:

  • Sanjeev

    Worth reading, also check the presentations by DGT linked at bottom.

  • Christina

    I’m sitting in San Diego with the San Onofre Nuclear Power plant a stone’s throw away by the measure of a nuclear fallout. They’re talking about leaving it alone for decades, burying it in concrete, and a few other stupid ideas. I emailed Mr. Rossi about it once, and he said that they could fix the whole mess totally cleaning it up. But I’ve never been politically involved and who’d listen to me. I emailed this to Mr. Rossi. I also, of course, told the powers that be at San Onofre and the City of San Diego about Mr. Rossi’s offer. But the utilitities company is complaining how much that useless plant now costs to maintain. You’d think they’d be thankful that there is a way to clean it up and use clean power. I hope they wake up and the nuclear industry doesn’t go against the lenr industry. If we are to survive as a first world country, power companies better start switching to lenr.

    I saw the written segment by AlainCo on lenr cars. Wonderful.

    Have a good day and may God bless you.

  • GreenWin

    Thanks for the ICCF-18 links Ruby and Frank. We are moving into the chapter where the geo-political aspect of LENR becomes clearer. The following statement from Dr. Ed Storms spells out the fear LENR puts in the hearts of some men:

    Of course LENR is denied by the West. The technology is a real and profound danger to the West. It would undermine the economics of the
    energy industries, on which the West is built, and it would give the
    Third world, including China and India, great advantage. The people in
    charge in the West may seem stupid in their policies, but they are fully
    aware of the danger LENR represents. The West will be forced to accept
    the technology eventually, but not because an intelligent approach was
    used to develop and take advantage of the technology. No, they will have
    to accept the working generators built in and controlled by China or
    some other country, such as Sweden. LENR not only has the ability to
    make energy cheaper but it will, in the process, change the power
    structure of the world, just as discovery of atomic weapons did. This
    subject may be a fun intellectual game to scientists; it is a life and
    death issue to some industries and social structures.”

    Most of these fears come from the nuclear-centric community in the West. People unwilling to share power and who see terror under every rock.

  • Doktor Bob

    Daniel Borel hooked up with LENR Cars
    ^ ^ JWOW

    • wapiti22

      hey EPFL and switzerland !!!!

      • AlainCo

        Not sure EPFL is happy…. yet their ecosystem and innovation spirit allowed Nicolas Chauvin to exist…

        see what they physics dpt think of LENR-cars

        “Start-up non grata on the EPFL site
        Supported by Daniel Borel, LENR Cars starts in cold fusion, an area of controversy aimed an energy ideal
        Cold fusion remains a subject of controversy since 20 years. Therefore, when the start-up LENR Cars, based in the Science Park of Ecublens – a few steps from the Daniel Borel Innovation Center – announced that it was conducting research in the field, the EPFL did not hide his embarrassment. “It is a pity that it is possible to establish a start-up at the PSE technology is not from our laboratories,” said Ambrogio Fasoli, Professor of physics at the EPFL and Director of the Center for research in plasma physics. Nothing has ever been shown on cold fusion. I don’t believe any.”

        Heat and electricity

        Microengineering engineer who worked for various start-up as well as Nestlé and Logitech, Nicolas Chauvin, founder of LENR Cars, dedicated, for its part, a real passion for cold fusion which dangles an energy ideal.

        Dream or reality? “It is not for us to demonstrate that cold fusion is not realistic. Them to prove the contrary’, notes Ambrogio Fasoli.

        For Daniel Borel, a minority shareholder of LENR Cars, what counts is to go “until the end of his dreams”.”