LENR Posed as Carbon-Free Solution in National Post

Thanks to AlainCo for sharing this.

The Canadian news magazine National Post asked for responses to the announcement by the G7 that they will push for making the world carbon free by the end of this century. A number of people familiar with LENR were made aware of this and some of their responses have been published.

The question posed was: “Is the government’s pledge to eliminate the use of fossil fuels by 2100 realistic?”

The responses are here: http://news.nationalpost.com/full-comment/letters-fossil-fuels-will-be-eliminated-when-the-leafs-win-the-cup

I’m sure you’ll recognize some of the names of people who think that LENR will be able to make that pledge possible.

  • Alan DeAngelis

    “Is the government’s pledge to eliminate the use of fossil fuels by 2100 realistic?”

    “If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.”
    Gravity’s Rainbow

    A better question would be: Why are there so many patents for aluminum tolerant crop? https://www.google.com/?tbm=pts&gws_rd=ssl#tbm=pts&q=aluminum+tolerant+crops
    The answer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c34U0Pwz4_c

    • Agaricus

      OFF TOPIC:

      Taken a few days ago over my house:


      I’ve posted a few more at http://www.health-answers.co.uk/geo/June_2015.html

      • Zizzle

        Remaining off topic: I really wish someone would take some spectrometer readings of contrails. I’ve read multiple claims of various metal powders added to airliner fuel, but without analysis of a fuel sample confirming the presence of significant portions of soluble aluminum compounds or spectrographic analysis of a contrail confirming a significant presence of a metal powder, this seems to be sheer paranoia. Conventional explanations deal with this apparently increasingly common phenomena just fine; the six places where condensation originates in the default video screenshot in Alan’s cited video above – all four engines and the winglets.

        • Alan DeAngelis

          Yeah Zizzle, I’ve heard about trimethylaluminum, Al(CH3)3, being added to jet fuel but although it may be in a patent, that doesn’t seem practical to me because it’s very pyrophoric and as it burns it would form abrasive alumina in the jet engine and might clog the engine and fuel lines. Spraying alumina powder, Al2O3 or an aqueous surry of alumina would seem more straight forward to me.

          • Agaricus

            Whatever is being sprayed, it isn’t likely to be in the jet fuel, or airports would become very unpleasant places. When conditions are right for formation of contrails, water droplets evaporate in seconds, and ice crystals only persist for tens of minutes at most.usually far less.

            By contrast, aerosol spraying persists indefinitely and often forms drifting ‘curtains’ as seen in some of the photos I posted, which gradually meld into general ‘cloud’ coverage. A combination of apathy, misinformation and normalcy bias allows this illegal geoengineering activity to proceed unhindered.

            Admin – thanks for your indulgence. If I comment further I will do so on the ‘Always Open’ thread.

        • Agaricus

          A laser spectrometer costs in the order of $14,000 and so is not a viable option for private individuals. The best evidence to date for aerosol disbursement of chemicals is in soil and water samples, which show increasing accumulation of aluminium and barium in particular over recent decades.

          P.S. I would be curious to learn what keywords attracted you to this blog.

      • Dave Lawton

        The State seem to like Somerset and Bristol area I remember years ago when I was living in Bristol the City was sprayed in a biological warfare trial.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ian.walker.7140 Ian Walker


      Enough Said.

      On the other hand I am sure you are worried about the Dihydrogen Monoxide in those chem-trails which is constituent in many well known liquid poisons.

      • Alan DeAngelis

        I agree. In the frame above it could be water vapor. However, the thing is that the researchers are finding that the pH of the lakes they are studying is increasing over the years (becoming more basic) as the concentration of aluminum increases. That would seem to indicate that something basic like alumina, Al2O3 might be the cause. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf0khstYDLA
        (at about 24:00 min.)

        By the way since H2S is usually called hydrogen sulfide, the simpler name for water, H2O is hydrogen oxide. There’s really no need for the “mono” because if it had an extra oxygen, H2O2, most people would call it hydrogen peroxide.

        • Omega Z

          Some chemtrials really are chemtrails. The Government does research & if one expends enough effort, the details can be found.

          But nearly all these so called chemtrails are nothing more then your everyday jet trails all explained with basic science. I recently read where they are actually doing research to eliminate most of them. I can see no logical reason for this other then they are tired of the chemtrail conspiracy theories.

          Perhaps they should have just been open & honest in the beginning about those that were real. Of course, trying to control weather & such is also controversial. Probably a lose lose for them.

  • Roy O’Neil

    It appears that The Pope, Obama and the G7 have not heard of the E-cat. If so, their people are letting them down.

  • Mytakeis

    “Look to LENR:” a great summation of what will come to pass. Thanks!