Status Report on HHO-Catalyst Experiment from Alan Smith

Many ECW readers will remember the experiment that we sponsored Alan Smith of Leap Forward Laboratory in London to carry out to investigate the effects of combining HHO gas with a catalyst to see whether there was any excess heat produced in such a reaction, or whether it was just a simple chemical reaction. A six-month status report is provided by Alan here.

HHO/Catalyst Experiment 6 Month Update

Below is a video of Alan’s setup (taken before the destruction of the mason jar)

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  • bachcole

    So, what was the bottom line? Did he get excess heat?

    • Fortyniner

      Not as yet.

      “so far we have no worthwhile data that answers the basic question.”

  • GordonDocherty

    Enjoyable report – “real” engineering – I felt I was “right there” – sorry for the flashback. Once again, many thanks and much appreciated 🙂

  • georgehants

    Wonderful work by Alan and MFMP even before Mr. Rossi’s last report from, one would think, able and competent professors etc. giving positive results.
    Do we know how many University’s and tax funded establishment organizations are now, based on that and many other reports, investigating Cold Fusion and what budgets and manpower they have allocated.

  • Alan Smith

    Thank you guys, much appreciated. I knew when I took this on that whatever the results some people would be offended, but fortunately I have a lot of patience and a thick skin. I hope to publish a report ona much modified method in a month or so- depends how long it takes to set up the equipment. Alan Smith, Leap Labs.

    • pelgrim108

      Maybe if a stainless steel cup is nessesary then a mirror could work to monitor whats going on inside?

  • Bob Greenyer

    As a contributor, I also admire your dedication, we know only too well how difficult calorimetry is and how each and every experiment undertaken can take a huge amount of work to get to the point of answering questions.

    I look forward to watch your progress.

  • NT

    As a contributor I applade your continued determination, lets hope the new setup works as expected – good luck…