Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion (Video from LENR-CANR.org)

A new video has been produced by the LENR-CANR.org website titled “Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion”. I think it’s very nicely produced and well written and gives a good introduction to the topic suitable for people who have very little background in the topic.

Most readers of this site will notice something quite quickly — the video focuses exclusively on the deuterium-palladium systems used by Pons and Fleischmann and other early cold fusion researchers. There is not mention of Rossi’s E-Cat or any other nickel-hydrogen system that seem to be showing a lot more promise than the early cold fusion reactors in terms of power output, and expense of materials used in the reactors. So for someone wanting to get up to speed on the current state of the field, it doesn’t tell the whole stoary.

The script for the video can be found on the LENR-CANR site here: http://lenr-canr.org/wordpress/?page_id=1618

  • pelgrim108

    Hier met Nederlandse ondertitels. (With Dutch subs )( thanks to Rob Dingemans )
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_POZps8rkKI

  • Frechette

    Two self satisfied poseurs that know absolutely zip about recent LENR developments. Pathetic.

    • Nicholas Chandler-Yates

      They know… they just didn’t mention them because they aren’t reliable sources yet. there haven’t been enough replications of e-cat style LENR to convince anyone who isn’t already a cold fusion proponent.
      These guys just stuck to the cold hard facts that are known without a shred of doubt.

  • builditnow

    Not sure I’d share this because it very outdated and incorrectly reflects the current status of LENR+. These kinds of video’s are easy to do once you have the recording system, now available online, hopefully they will do a LENR+ nickle hydrogen video. It might work for journalists where the information provided is already a stretch for them.

  • pelgrim108

    Jed Rothwell just uploaded another video.

    • Mats002

      Can you help with the link, please?

      • pelgrim108

        youtube(dot)com/watch?v=Tn9K1Hvw434
        When you watch a video on E-Catworld click the Youtube logo on the right bottom to go to the video playing on youtube.
        Then: click the name of the uploader under the video to visit his/her channel.
        Then: click the “videos” link to see all videos off this uploader.

        I have subscribed ( wich is free) to mister Rothwell and am automatically notified the moment he uploads another video. I have about 100 subscriptions to CF uploaders.

        • Mats002

          Thanks, Pelgrim!

  • Mats002

    Very good, pleasant to watch, easy to understand for newcomers and laymans, journalists and the curious student. I wonder if/how this and following videos are planned for reaching out to a larger audience, Jed might want to tell more about that?

  • Warthog

    Well, if you want to understand the science background behind LENR, the Pd-D2 system is 99% of what is there. The Ni-H science background is virtually nil, amounting to a very few papers by comparison.

    • Nicholas Chandler-Yates

      indeed e-cat style N-H LENR is cutting edge, not accepted science. P-D systems by far practically proven by the available research, even if the mainstream decides not to read.