Reminder: Mats Lewan to Present at Energy 2.0 Society Webinar, Saturday January 16th

The following announcement comes from the Energy 2.0 Society

The Energy 2.0 Society will be hosting a live webinar on Saturday, January 16th titled “LENR 101: An Introduction to Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, presented by Swedish author and Journalist Mats Lewan.

Mats Lewan senior staff writer at Ny Teknik, Stockholm, Sweden – the major technology weekly in Scandinavia. He is also the managing editor of Next Magasin. Mats received his Master of Science degree in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Mats was present at some of the early E-Cat demonstrations carried out by Andrea Rossi and has reported widely on LENR and Andrea Rossi in Ny Teknik, and his book An Impossible Invention  which chronicles the life and work of Andrea Rossi, and the development of his E-Cat technology.

Please refer to the following link for details about the webinar. There is no charge to attend, but there are only 200 connections available for the live webinar, but the webinar will be recorded and posted on YouTube.

http://energy2point0.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Mats-Lewan-webinar-flyer-1.pdf

The Energy 2.0 Society’s previous webinar, titled “Replicating the Rossi Effect: Challenges and Strategies” was broadcast on November 21, 2015, and videos can be seen here.

The Energy 2.0 Society is nonprofit organization that provides information and spreads awareness about Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) technology and promotes it as a clean and economical source of energy to be used for the benefit of humanity. For more information, visit http://energy2point0.org

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  • artefact

    It started 5 minutes ago. Watch live 🙂

  • Alan DeAngelis

    https://www.tcd.ie/Physics/assets/images/home/slider-images/walton_coin.jpg
    Would it make it easier to promote the E-Cat by showing that
    it’s an easier way of achieving the following famous transmutation?

    This was the very first (1930s) totally artificial
    transmutation:
    Li-7 + p > Be-8 (in an excited state) > 2 He-4 17.3
    MeV
    http://image.slidesharecdn.com/introductiontoparticlephysics-110426134407-phpapp01/95/introduction-to-particle-physics-14-728.jpg?cb=1303825793

    • Alan DeAngelis
      • Pekka Janhunen

        Alan, a good point, at least in the PR sense, of course with the assumption that the main net reaction indeed is this one. We don’t know this yet for sure, for example the He4 hasn’t yet been measured.

        Of course, the reaction cannot be a simply like this one, because the resulting ~8 MeV alphas would knock out some neutrons from lithium by He4+Li7 > B10+n-2.8MeV . Although this secondary reaction would occur only at low probability, in case of the E-cat whose power is in kilowatt scale, it would be enough to produce a well measurable neutron flux.

        The intermediate nucleus Be8 is (at least according to tables I found) so short-lived that it hardly thermalises at all before decaying to two alphas. Therefore the alphas should almost the original energy.

        • Alan DeAngelis

          Not that it matters now that Rossi has a patent but I was just thinking that it might give the John Hancocks in academia the courage they
          need to put a toe in the water.

          • Alan DeAngelis
            • Andreas Moraitis

              Looking for alphas directly would be a more reliable method. They could use a mica window, as Cockroft & Walton did. I am not sure if it would stand the pressure, though. Perhaps possible if the area is kept very small.

  • Wishful Thinking Energy

    A big thank you to Frank and the Energy 2.0 society for providing these webinars. I look forward to hearing from Mats very much.

  • we want LENR Fusione Fredda

    An superlative opportunity, I am personally very curious! Thanks for the info.

  • Winebuff67

    A little off topic. Seems BLP will be doing another demo on Jan 27 don’t know if it will be posted yet.

    • Andrew

      Hopefully it will be as good as their last demo 😉

      • Nicholas Cafarelli

        Just testing the C.H.I.P. computer. Thank you.

    • artefact

      Do you have a link?

    • gregha

      Where does it seem? Apparently not on their site.