I chatted today with Bob Greenyer of the MFMP who informed me that later today — at around 8:00 p.m. US Central time (2:00 a.m. GMT) — the MFMP will start the current flow in the active Celani wire in the European Celani cell. Currently they are doing the gas loading of the wire.
You will be able to track progress by choosing Celani Cell #2 on the HUGnetView live data feed.
The MFMP are in close contact with Francesco Celani who is giving them lots of advice and assistance regarding these experiments — you can see some of the recent correspondence here.
Bob emphasized that they were working on a way to calculate minimum and maximum excess power based on the least and most conservative calibration runs. He also said that the team is “very thankful to all the kind people that have made donations as it really made a difference to the EU cell – including the purchase of the Thurlby Thandar PSUs – the incredible constant currency performance you can see on the live data.”
Bob was about to fly to Rome to attend the 13 years of Coherent Quantum Electrodynamics Conference which begins on Friday, December 14th where he will be presenting along with other researchers in the LENR field, including Ugo Abundo and Francesco Celani. If there is anyone in Rome who could accommodate Bob for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, he would be very grateful. He can be contacted here.
The MFMP team has published a new video of the European lab and test setup that is for now located in the south of France.