Jean-Paul Biberian and Russ Gries Discuss Cold Fusion Experimentation (Video)

Thanks to Pelgrim for sharing the following video.

French cold fusion researcher Jean-Paul Biberian has paid a visit to open source researcher Russ Gries of RWGresearch in California to carry out some LENR experimentation. This video is a conversation between Russ and Jean-Paul where they cover the history and importance of cold-fusion, and discuss approaches to experimentation, and why this is an exciting field for (especially young) researchers to get into.

Russ is an experienced researcher in a wide range of unconventional energy production technology, and has a wide following on the internet. His Youtube channel has over 25,000 subscribers. The video shows that Russ is setting up a lab dedicated to LENR experimentation, and it will be interesting to follow his progress in the coming months and years.

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Silicon to calcium in ants. Interesting. I’ll have to think about this one.

    Si(30) + O(16) > Ca(42) + He(4) 6.95 MeV

  • bfast

    The snowball is getting bigger. It’s about 3″ across right now — small enough for the world to ignore. Each day I check e-catworld.com to see if this think has grown, but each day the growth is bit by bit. One day it’ll start to, um, snowball.

  • Andre Blum

    Me too. He’s not a researcher though, but a (very capable) engineer.

  • http://www.drboblog.com Doctor Bob

    Quantum Gravity Research now has 12 people working on Cold Fusion making them one of the bigger teams. It is very interesting that they come in with new ideas, looking at theory from a new perspective.

  • pelgrim108

    Russ Gries has started a forum for his cold fusion endevours.
    http://open-source-energy.org/?board=101.0
    I am hoping for some good reactor build videos.

  • Bob Greenyer

    This is really great to see!

    We’ll be sending Parkhomov fuel to RWG.

  • Sanjeev

    More and more builders, hobbyists and small labs joining the effort. This is what is going to drive the LENR research at grass root levels. Not to say that the big labs/univs/corporations are not important, just that they are too secretive sometimes. Russ’s websites says – open source in bold letters, which is good for us all.

    BTW, did JPB say 20 labs in China are involved in LENR ?