Saturday, 25 May 2013

Cold Fusion Reactor Independently Verified, Has 10,000 Times the Energy Density of Gas

Against all probability, a device that purports to use cold fusion to generate vast amounts of power has been verified by a panel of independent scientists. The research paper, which hasn’t yet undergone peer review, seems to confirm both the existence of cold fusion, and its potency: The cold fusion device being tested has roughly 10,000 times the energy density and 1,000 times the power density of gasoline. Even allowing for a massively conservative margin of error, the scientists say that the cold fusion device they tested is 10 times more powerful than gasoline — which is currently the best fuel readily available to mankind.

The device being tested, which is called the Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat for short), was created by Andrea Rossi. Rossi has been claiming for the past two years that he had finally cracked cold fusion, but much to the chagrin of the scientific community he hasn’t allowed anyone to independently analyze the device — until now. While it sounds like the scientists had a fairly free rein while testing the E-Cat, we should stress that they still don’t know exactly what’s going on inside the sealed steel cylinder reactor. Still, the seven scientists, all from good European universities, obviously felt confident enough with their findings to publish the research paper.

As for what’s happening inside the cold fusion reactor, Andrea Rossi and his colleague Sergio Focardi have previously said their device works by infusing hydrogen into nickel, transmuting the nickel into copper and releasing a large amount of heat. While Rossi hasn’t provided much in the way of details — he’s a very secretive man, it seems — we can infer some knowledge from NASA’s own research into cold fusion.

Awesome, if proven to work. Please note that numerous scientific groups have been conducting Cold Fusion research over the last few decades. It's NOT actually hogwash science as assumed by many.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 25th, 2013.]


RG said...

WIRED Magazine, May 24th, reports

"Cold Fusion gets red hot and aims for EU"

WIRED notes "An alien landing on the lawn of the Whitehouse might be LESS surprising!"

The report was funded in part by ELFORSK AB, a Swedish energy industry research body, which took the unusual step of issuing a supporting statement: ELFORSK is Sweden's equivalent to the US Electric Power Research Institute, and is a highly credible industry R&D agency.

Here's the link to the Wired story...

Cold fusion, after 24 years of constant attacks by science and internet Trolls, threatens to rapidly place $4trillion of investment in fossil fuel into the "stranded asset" high risk category. Read our story on the "Stranded Asset Risk."

SpookyOne said...

Thanks RG,

If the Cold Fusion technology is viable, and the fossil fuel industry does not do anything drastic then we will soon be looking at a clean and changed society.

Plus a lot of the War on Terror conflict has a hidden resource 'acquisition' side to it, with oil in the Caspian Sea, oil in Libya and Syria as a energy hub being part of the equation. Hopefully this development will diminish Western involvement in these and other regions.

Spook !