Dutch Popular Science Magazine will Devote Article to Cold Fusion/LENR (John Schut)

The following post was submitted by John Schut

The Dutch popular science magazine KIJK (https://www.tijdschriftnu.nl/kijk-editie-201512) has promised her readers an article about Cold Fusion/LENR next year. It did so in a current article about alternative ways of doing ‘Hot Fusion’.

In a special section of the article the following text was printed:

“What about Cold Fusion? We already see the emails coming. Now KIJK is finally spending some attention to alternative ways to generate energy through hot fusion…, do they say no word about Cold Fusion (called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions now a days). Surely many things can be written about this subject, but not as part of an article about alternatives ways of doing ‘hot fusion’. Later in time we will spent an article on Cold Fusion/LENR”.

Like Andrea Rossi always says, the final outcome can be positive or negative, but at least Cold Fusion/LENR is getting attention in the popular Dutch science magazine KIJK in the near future.

John Schut

  • jousterusa

    My guess is they will publish a hit piece like Popular Science did here in the US. The Dutch are a special people, very entrepreneurial, innovative and original. I also think that despite any hit piece, they will be among the earliest adopters of LENR/Cold Fusion. I used to live in Haarlem, The Netherlands, and I really came to admire those folks.

  • Gerard McEk

    I have sent an Email to the redaction, offering my help. I hope to hear from them

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Hot fusion is such a stupid, bang things together approach that it shouldn’t be mentioned in an article about LENR.

    LENR is to hot fusion as an enzyme catalyzed reaction is to an uncatalyzed reaction. http://schoolbag.info/biology/concepts/concepts.files/image151.jpg

    • Warthog

      Nice illustration.

  • Bob Greenyer

    And what will be the angle?

    • John Schut

      Not yet clear, but I hope carefully positive…(?).

  • Mats002

    Finally.