MFMP to Conduct Second Live Test Today, January 2 — Live Thread

I just heard from Bob Greenyer of the Martin Fleischmann Memorial project who told me that there will be another Project Dog Bone test today. He wrote at 1:00 p.m, US Central Time: “Live experiment to assess pressure changes from heated Nickel + LiAlH4 using steel sheath reactor core, hopefully within 2-3 hours from now.”Read more

Report of First MFMP Live Dog Bone Test — Null Result, but Success for Live Open Science [Update #2 MFMP Conclusions on Test Failure]

Last night I followed the first Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Live Dog Bone Test. For those who were not following closely, the procedure was basically this: An unfueled reactor was tested at various power levels, and temperature measurements (internal and external) were taken using thermocouples. Following this dummy run, the reactor was fueled and theRead more

MFMP Dog Bone Test (‘D B Day’) Live Thread

The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s Dog Bone Test is now being streamed live on the internet. I thought I would create a new post so we can keep track of this event in one place. It’s getting late in Europe, and it’s likely that the test will be going on for many hours, and itRead more

MFMP’s Project Dog Bone Thread — Update #7: [Correction] Plans for a Fueled Reactor on December 30th

UPDATE #7 (Dec 29, 2014) [Corrected Sentence based on a wrong assumption] The MFMP are making preparations to test one of their ‘dogbone’ reactors with fuel inside. According to a new post on their Facebook page, they hope to carry out a live online test on January December 30th. Bob Greenyer posted this today: “Tomorrow – frankRead more

Andrea Rossi on the Parkhomov Report

On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, AlainCo posted a link to the recent report by Alexander G Parkhomov who has described achieving excess heat from a reactor based on Rossi’s Hot Cat used in the Lugano test. This is Rossi’s comment AlainCo: Thank you for the important information. I do not know the particulars, therefore cannotRead more

Lugano Confirmed? Replication Report Published of Hot Cat Device by Russian Researcher Alexander G. Parkhomov

Many thanks to ECW reader satviewer for bringing this to our attention. A Russian physicist named Alexander G. Parkhomov of the People’s Friendship University in Moscow published a report, on December 25th in which he describes a replication attempt of a device modeled on the Hot Cat described in the Lugano E-Cat test report, and states thatRead more

MFMP to Work with Francesco Piantelli in Project Fedora [Update #4: Lab Revealed]

Yesterday the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project had been dropping hints about a Christmas present that they could share with the world, and today on their Facebook page and website they have announced ‘Prjoect Fedora’ which will involve working with Italian scientist Francesco Piantelli, a pioneer in the field of nickel-hydrogen LENR research, and formerRead more