“Replicating the LENR Rossi Effect: Challenges and Strategies” (Energy 2.0 Society Webinar, Nov 21)

The following announcement comes from the Energy 2.0 Society.

The Energy 2.0 Society will be hosting a webinar on Saturday, November 21, at 6:00 p.m. GMT titled “Replicating the LENR Rossi Effect: Challenges and Strategies”.

Topics and speakers at the webinar:

“Quantitative model of the E-cat based on the LAV theory”
Vladimir Dubinko, Dr.Sc.
Leading Researcher
National Science Centre, Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology, Karkhov Ukraine

“Do it Yourself LENR Replication at Home”
Brian Albiston
President, Revolution LENR, LLC, Hood River, OR

“Fanning the Flames of the New Fire”
Bob Greenyer
Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project

The Webinar will be hosted at the Center for Energy and Environmental Education at the University of Northern Iowa. There will be a limit of 100 online participants for the meeting. For those who are not able to particpate live, the complete webinar will be recorded and posted online at a later date.

You can register for the webinar at this link: http://goo.gl/forms/A9DMeiQCww

You will be able to join the webinar live online by going to this link: https://uni.zoom.us/j/3192736012, or participate by phone by calling 1.408.638.0968 (USA). It is anticipated that the webinar will run for 90 minutes, and there will be time for questions after the talks.

The Energy 2.0 Society is a nonprofit organization formed to increase awareness about LENR and to promote its use with the purpose of improving quality of life for people everywhere. For more information visit Energy2point0.org

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  • Skip

    Hi Frank; typo in the link at the end of the last paragraph. You might want some “T”…

  • Gerard McEk

    An extremely good initiative. Unfortunately I will not be able to participate, but I look forward to to see the recorded webinar.
    Maybe it is an idea to open a location where others can input suggestions of how the Rossi effect can be reached, which can be discussed in the webinar (the best 10 or so).

  • Sanjeev

    Great !

  • gregha

    What time is that in Iowa?

    • ecatworld

      That would be 12:00 noon in Iowa

    • ecatworld

      12:00 p.m. — noon