Albert Einstein was NOT an outstanding student and got mediocre grades in most classes – except math and science. The classroom setting and rote learning were not for him. After graduation, he got a job in a Swiss Patent Office in Bern. Working as a patent clerk left Einstein time to embark on his incredible scientific career.
In 1905, Einstein published some amazing scientific papers about the fundamental nature of energy, matter, motion, time and space:
March: Formulated the quantum theory of light – light exists as tiny packets, or particles, which he called photons.
The saga of the cold fusion energy reactors continues with our heroes, the researchers, battling the coulomb barrier, COP performance, bureaucratic barriers and pseudo-Skeptic criticisms. Who will triumph? Will the technical barriers be too much to overcome? Will the bureaucrat and Skeptics barriers stop the progress? Or will the researchers triumph and deliver the most incredible invention ever – a safe, cheap and abundant energy device!
It was very reassuring to listen to Robert Duncan, University of Missouri, vice chancellor for research, in the 60 Minutes broadcast on April 24, 2009. He continues to give solid support for the CF/LENR research. If you missed that fascinating broadcast, see:
My first efforts to contribute something to the defense of this country started in 1943. It was a time of great turmoil and conflict – World War II was raging and many people were dying. My Dad was in the United States Navy and Mom’s three brothers were fighting with the Army. I was collecting tin cans for the war effort, mom would remove the top and bottom with a can opener, then I would smash the cans with my little foot and place them in a box for the collection truck. That was a long time ago.
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Open Letter to Pentagon/FBI/CIA/NSA: Cold Fusion/LENR Energy Age is Coming
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It was during the 1830s, that rail lines appeared in the Eastern States. The early lines were local and connected rivers, lakes and canals used for transportation. No rail systems existed and no scheduled service. Then the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad arrived and there was a switch from horsepower to steam-power! Soon there were rail lines moving across the United States.
Today there is a new heat energy system called the Energy Catalizer (E-Cat) Reactor. This new energy system was invented by Andrea Rossi, a dedicated clean environment technology developer. While over one hundred independent researchers were able to produce excess energy output from LENR/Cold Fusion, Rossi was able to produce larger amounts of energy and go commercial.
Most of us have had a long-term love affair with an automobile. Perhaps we picked up out date in a car in our high-school days? Or maybe some were into high performance or custom cars? Those were the good old days and we miss them. Modern cars are getting smaller and look so boxy. There is nothing more beautiful, on four wheels, than a sports car like the one in this page.
January 12, 2012, Independent e-Cat News released a video from NASA, announcing the incredible news that LENR is real and NASA is working with this new energy source. In the video, they describe a ‘neutron capture’ event that releases an incredible amount of energy! Neutron Capture is a nuclear event and “Cold Fusion” is still a respectable name for this process. NASA says there is no radiation or hazardous waste as a result of this “Low Energy Nuclear Reaction” process.
It all began with Thomas Edison and his 1882 Pearl Street Station – the world’s first commercial power plant. It was a combined heat and power plant, which produced electricity and heat for area buildings. His duel-purpose power plant achieved 50% efficiency.
In the 1990s, there were regulations to promote rural electrification by construction of centralized power plants, managed by regional utilities. These regulations discouraged local power generation (cogeneration). According to Sean Casten, Recycled Energy Development CEO, “The established regulations went as far as to make it illegal for non-utilities to sell power”. By 1978, Congress recognized that efficiency at central power plants had stagnated and established “Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA)” to encourage utilities to buy power from independent power producers.
It all started as an attempt to change base metals into precious metals – lead into gold! These were the ‘Alchemists’ who were the precursors to modern chemists. Their terminology, procedures, and some equipment, are still in use today. However, their attempts at ‘Nuclear Transmutation’ (changing base elements) failed. That was a long time ago.
Mr. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General of the United States. I have an urgent message for you that will affect the future of our country and the rest of the world. First, let me thank you for the hard work you do fighting organized crime. That is an important service to our country and regional countries of South America.
With the inventions of indoor plumbing and water supplies, came the amazing benefits of modern technology: abundant clean water, washing machines, showers, etc. With the inventions of automobiles and other forms of transportations, came freedom to travel, haul farm goods, etc. The world is a much better place now with lots of electric tools and appliances. However, there is a tremendous need for energy to supply all of these conveniences.
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Open Letter To Us Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
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Whilst the breakthroughs on cold fusion technology should be heralded by all, especially from those in Dr Andrea Rossi’s camp, there have been many who have been quick to jump on the bandwagon for all the wrong reasons. As you may be aware, there has been an explosion of sites on the Web that all claim to be the “real deal” in terms being the official or approved sites by Rossi himself.
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Proliferation of “E-Cat” websites Confusing for Public
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