'Mega Blog' Outlines MFMP Plans

In what Bob Greenyer characterizes as probably the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project’s most important blog entry to date, the MFMP team outlines a plan of action.

Some key aspects of the post:

  • An explanation that Celani’s experiment at NI Week and at ICCF-17 used a 700-layer wire as opposed to the 450-layer wire the team is currently using. They believe that this accounts for the better results Celani was getting. At the moment it is cost prohibitive to recreate the 700-layer wire.
  • An email to the MFMP from Celani outlines a new experimental procedure that he carried out which he claims clearly shows the excess heat phenomenon. The MFMP team will be following this protocol in upcoming experiments.
  • Plans for a new steel cell calorimeter which the MFMP has started building.
  • Design specifications of the cells to be used in the upcoming test.
  • A pledge to start nickel nano-powder experiments if $5000 can be raised ($1500 already received)

The full post can be found here:



  • georgehants

    Andrea Rossi
    February 6th, 2013 at 3:10 AM
    Dear Joseph Fine:
    Prof. Sergio Focardi is feeling well, and he too is present to the tests, now and again.
    Smarter than ever.
    Warm Regards,

  • georgehants

    Laboratory News
    The lightweight material 15 times stronger than steel
    February 06, 2013
    Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed the strongest, lightest weight silica nanofibres that are 15 times stronger than steel. Their discovery could transform the aviation, marine and safety industries.

    • Peter_Roe

      Ah, good ol’ Lab News. That takes me back 30 years or so – monthly(?) light relief from looking at endless colony count data and gel electrophoresis results!

      • georgehants

        Peter, I did not dig very deeply but could not see any info on the heat tolerance.
        If it can take a reasonable temperature even better.

    • Andre Blum

      Why do you post this here?

      • georgehants

        Mr Blum do you think it possible that such materials would be useful in Cold Fusion manufacturing.

  • georgehants

    Is it possible that Cold Fusion may help with this problem?
    Wonderful how the science administration is (not) pushing for massive research into the subject.
    We can all Trust main-line science to inform everybody that there cannot be anything such as Cold Fusion or UFO’s or the Mind, because their high priests have a direct line to the creator and he informs them that these things are myths.
    We of course must believe their “expert” proclamations and vote for a pay rise and more respect for these “qualified” comedians.
    Time for science to stop being the joke it has become and start to act like Scientists.
    Ground zero in the energy-water nexus
    By Chris Nelder | February 6, 2013, 3:00 AM PST
    “The availability of potable water is one of the most pressing issues in the world, particularly in the Gulf region where water production is a costly and energy-intensive process,” explained Dr. Sultan al-Jaber, managing director and CEO of Masdar City.