George Miley's LENR Project Needs Votes

Thanks to some of our ECW readers for pointing out that voting is going on at the Ultra Light Startups web site for innovative energy companies to present at this year’s ARPA-E Summit in Washington DC on February 28th.

Two companies from this list will be chosen based on voting by the general public. Among these companies is LENUCO, founded by University of Illinois professor George Miley who has been engaged in LENR research and development for many years. Miley’s project is building Distributed LENR Power units. His description of his project reads:

LENR Power Units use pressurized hydrogen –nickel nanoparticles undergoing low energy nuclear reactions to create a very high energy density heat source configured for co-generation power for home or industrial distributed power

LENUCO LENR Reactor

More information about the LENUCO proposal can be found here. To vote for the project, users have to authenticate their identity by using either a LinkedIn account, or an email address (confirmation required — don’t forget to check your email after voting). Today is the last day for voting.

  • Gerrit

    don’t forget to open your email and click on the confirmation link.

    Voting ends by today ! only 11 hours to go

    Tell you family and friends. The other projects are also trying to draw as much attention as possible. Post it on your facebook or google+ account.

    Having this project voted into the final round will certainly draw attention to LENR. And if we succeed to get to actual funding, mainstream news will likely step up in covering the story.

  • Gerrit

    don’t forget to open your email and click on the confirmation link.

    Voting ends by today ! only 11 hours to go

    Tell you family and friends. The other projects are also trying to draw as much attention as possible. Post it on your facebook or google+ account.

    Having this project voted into the final round will certainly draw attention to LENR. And if we succeed to get to actual funding, mainstream news will likely step up in covering the story.

  • Sanjeev

    Voted.

    It needs about 1200+ votes to make it to the top two and only 5 hours remaining. Seems difficult …

    • ecatworld

      It does seem hard, Sanjeev — but you never know. I suppose many of the projects have organized voting campaigns, unfortunately I just heard about this today.

      • Gerrit

        I noticed that for many projects the votes hardly increase anymore. Every vote LENR gets therefore pushes it upward in the ranking 🙂

        • Andre Blum

          I notice some projects only have 1 vote. How lonesome you must be if you cannot even get your friends and family to back you up.

    • Gerrit

      Thanks for voting. Let’s see what we are capable of. We can still come in within the top 8.

  • Sanjeev

    Voted.

    It needs about 1200+ votes to make it to the top two and only 5 hours remaining. Seems difficult …

    • Frank Acland

      It does seem hard, Sanjeev — but you never know. I suppose many of the projects have organized voting campaigns, unfortunately I just heard about this today.

      • Gerrit

        I noticed that for many projects the votes hardly increase anymore. Every vote LENR gets therefore pushes it upward in the ranking 🙂

        • Andre Blum

          I notice some projects only have 1 vote. How lonesome you must be if you cannot even get your friends and family to back you up.

    • Gerrit

      Thanks for voting. Let’s see what we are capable of. We can still come in within the top 8.

  • Kimball

    I voted 🙂

  • Kimball

    I voted 🙂

  • AlainCo

    transmited to linked in, vortex, google+lenr

  • transmited to linked in, vortex, google+lenr

  • GreenWin

    Dr. Miley should not have to play statup games to get funding. He presented these designs to NASA last year. They should be enthusiastically funding at least the RPG applications.

    • Gerrit

      any attention LENR gets will get us closer to working products on the market.

      one vote here is worth 20 word battles with ignorant commenters on the internet forums 🙂

      • lcd

        Got to be more than 20

      • GreenWin

        True. I voted. 🙂

  • GreenWin

    Dr. Miley should not have to play statup games to get funding. He presented these designs to NASA last year. They should be enthusiastically funding at least the RPG applications.

    • Gerrit

      any attention LENR gets will get us closer to working products on the market.

      one vote here is worth 20 word battles with ignorant commenters on the internet forums 🙂

      • lcd

        Got to be more than 20

      • GreenWin

        True. I voted. 🙂

  • Bob Greenyer

    I would love to see Miley get this into production – I voted!

  • Bob Greenyer

    I would love to see Miley get this into production – I voted!

    • Gerrit

      if you like, please announce it on quantumheat and get those viewers in too

      • Bob Greenyer

        I have posted it as latest comment on our blog.

        • Gerrit

          thanks

  • Mark Saker

    Done!

  • Mark Saker

    Done!

  • barty

    I’ve voted with 4 different email addresses 😉

  • Joel C.

    Voted too. :op

  • Joel C.

    Voted too. :op

  • I voted, thanks Admin

  • I voted, thanks Admin

  • lcd

    Voted

  • lcd

    Voted

  • lcd

    This system is going to take some work if i have to re enter stuff over and over again

  • lcd

    This system is going to take some work if i have to re enter stuff over and over again

  • cx
  • georgehants

    Went to vote and found one subject on Hot Fusion that sounds very promising apparently it will solve all problems and be ready in 60 years so I thought I would vote for that.
    Apparently most of the professional scientists believe in hot fusion and we can Trust our scientist to know what’s best. Ha.

  • georgehants

    Went to vote and found one subject on Hot Fusion that sounds very promising apparently it will solve all problems and be ready in 60 years so I thought I would vote for that.
    Apparently most of the professional scientists believe in hot fusion and we can Trust our scientist to know what’s best. Ha.

  • ecatworld

    151 votes with 12 hours to go.

    • Gerrit

      for me voting closes at midnight local time, which is in less than 5 hours from now. Does it allow voters from the USA to vote until their midnight local time ?

      • ecatworld

        Yes, voting closes for me midnight my time.

  • Frank Acland

    151 votes with 12 hours to go.

    • Gerrit

      for me voting closes at midnight local time, which is in less than 5 hours from now. Does it allow voters from the USA to vote until their midnight local time ?

      • Frank Acland

        Yes, voting closes for me midnight my time.

  • JJ

    Is it possible to send out an email to all those who are members here

  • JJ

    Is it possible to send out an email to all those who are members here

  • Pekka Janhunen

    By quick glance Miley’s text and picture look almost mundane, perhaps even boring. While he calls LENR revolutionary, the word is probably used also by others in this technology contest. Probably a reasonable strategy.

  • Pekka Janhunen

    By quick glance Miley’s text and picture look almost mundane, perhaps even boring. While he calls LENR revolutionary, the word is probably used also by others in this technology contest. Probably a reasonable strategy.

  • Neil Taylor

    My vote was successfully verified. I will pass this right along to some others I know…

  • Neil Taylor

    My vote was successfully verified. I will pass this right along to some others I know…

  • georgehants

    Physics engines Prototypes
    China claims successful test of microwave relativity engine
    Researchers in China say that they’ve successfully managed to test an engine that runs on electricity, requires no propellant and produces no exhaust. It’s
    called the EmDrive, and it’s able to convert microwave energy directly
    into thrust inside a sealed chamber. Oh, it’s totally silent and highly
    efficient, too. If it seems too good to be true, well, you’re not the
    only one who feels that way. But the researchers have a prototype that
    apparently works, and they’ve just published a paper detailing it.
    http://www.dvice.com/2013-2-8/china-claims-successful-test-microwave-relativity-engine

    • Peter Roe

      What looks like a classic case of ‘UK disease’, as well as the usual Pavlovian reaction of many so-called physicists who attacked both the idea and the inventor, even without any real knowledge of the evidence.

      The inventor of the EmDrive is Gary Shawyer, a brit. Despite being able to demonstrate the principle repeatedly he received little support here or in the US (actually the predominant reaction was hostile) and now seems to have taken the idea to China for development. Gerrit posted this link to a Wired article a couple of threads back:

      http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-02/06/emdrive-and-cold-fusion

      • AlainCo

        the story looks really alike, in worse seems unlike LENR there was no corporate race at the beginning. It have a theory, it is compatible with QM, and anyway it is reject quickly by people who don’t read the paper.

        illiteracy is really a problem in science administration. 😉

        note taht next big future publish an article on that, reminding some of their previes articles. it explain more in detail the theory, give reference to documents, and explain the problems and limitations.

        I’ve launched a topic on that

        http://www.lenr-forum.com/showthread.php?1126-Chinese-propellantless-%28microwave-photons%29-reactor-EmDrive

        note the nice comparison:

        A link to the 14 page word document on the 2009 EMDrive research which
        was presented at the the CEAS 2009 European Air & Space Conference.

        http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/dangerroom/2009/10/emdrive-ceas-2009-paper.doc

        EmDrive is a new class of electrical machine operating at microwave
        frequencies, and therefore bears little similarity to any other device.
        However, analogies are sometimes helpful in obtaining a mental
        picture of operating principles and the following mechanical analogy is offered for consideration.

        EmDrive can be considered as an “electromagnetic flywheel”. As with a mechanical flywheel, a resonant cavity can store energy in the form of momentum. Due to the asymmetric geometry of the EmDrive cavity, the stored momentum can produce a linear force, which if used to accelerate a mass, transfers some of the momentum from the cavity. This transfer results in a loss of Q, and hence a reduction in the force available. However unlike a mechanical flywheel, the cavity is able to store and replace momentum very rapidly. The time constant of, a simple cavity operating at 4 GHz with a Q of 50,000 is 2 microseconds. Thus if acceleration is restricted, as with a large spacecraft being propelled with low thrust, continuous momentum transfer can take place, whilst maintaining the high Q.

      • Pekka Janhunen

        I looked into this EmDrive some time ago because a friend of mine asked me to. My conclusion is that there is no convincing experimental demonstration and that the inventor’s claimed theoretical explanation for the claimed phenomenon is mathematically wrong (it forgets radiation force acting on the curved sides of the chamber).

        • georgehants

          Pekka, you did recommend that more Research and Investigation should be urgently undertaken to find the Truth I hope.

          • Pekka Janhunen

            I don’t see experimental or theoretical evidence for interesting phenomena in Emdrive. It is mathematically impossible (equivalent to claiming 1+1=3) for a device to obey Newton’s and Maxwell’s laws and at the same time to break the conservation of energy-momentum. The inventor of EmDrive seems to make to different claims: 1) an experimental device breaking conservation of momentum, 2) a way to explain it using known theory. But he fails in both because (1) is not convincing and (2) is mathematically wrong.

            Of course, surprising experimental anomalies might exist and should then be investigated. One such case was Martin Tajmar’s experimental indications of gravitational anomalies near rotating superconductors. With ingenious measurement effort he went to investigate it thoroughly. The anomalies disappeared at the end, but it was worth checking.

          • georgehants

            Pekka, it’s good of you to say, “Of course, surprising experimental anomalies might exist and should then be investigated.”
            Cold fusion may be another and of course that applies to every area of life and science.
            You would hopefully agree that the cover up of the clear Evidence for UFO’s is a scientific disgrace.
            Do you also agree that the many years of waste allowed by the refusal to investigate clear esoteric anomalies in many areas of science must end.

          • Pekka Janhunen

            Regarding UFOs I think it’s more a lack of ideas how to study them rigorously (I mean beyond analysing reports which has already been done) than lack of willingness. My personal opinion is that the extraterrestrial hypothesis was perhaps dismissed too early by arguing that humanoid type live beings couldn’t stand long interstellar travel in small vehicles. Nowadays it would be more natural to think of them as advanced automated probes, perhaps made mostly of local solar system material, which apply humanoid shaped decoys and activity patterns for similar reasons than our ethologists.

  • georgehants

    Physics engines Prototypes
    China claims successful test of microwave relativity engine
    Researchers in China say that they’ve successfully managed to test an engine that runs on electricity, requires no propellant and produces no exhaust. It’s
    called the EmDrive, and it’s able to convert microwave energy directly
    into thrust inside a sealed chamber. Oh, it’s totally silent and highly
    efficient, too. If it seems too good to be true, well, you’re not the
    only one who feels that way. But the researchers have a prototype that
    apparently works, and they’ve just published a paper detailing it.
    http://www.dvice.com/2013-2-8/china-claims-successful-test-microwave-relativity-engine

    • Peter Roe

      The inventor of the EmDrive is Gary Shawyer, a brit. Despite being able to demonstrate the principle repeatedly he received little support here or in the US (actually the predominant reaction to his device seems to have been hostility) and now seems to have taken the idea to China for development. Gerrit posted this link to a Wired article a couple of threads back:

      http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-02/06/emdrive-and-cold-fusion

      • the story looks really alike, in worse since unlike LENR there was no corporate race at the beginning. It have a theory, it is compatible with QM, and anyway it is reject quickly by people who don’t read the paper.

        illiteracy is really a problem in science administration. 😉
        this critic seems the one that emerge from my experience on mainstream patho-skeptics.
        they are illiterate and just parrot the oral culture, and some Wikipedia frozen oral myth.

        note that next big future publish an article on that, reminding some of their previews articles. it explain more in detail the theory, give reference to documents, and explain the problems and limitations.

        I’ve launched a topic on that

        http://www.lenr-forum.com/showthread.php?1126-Chinese-propellantless-%28microwave-photons%29-reactor-EmDrive

        note the nice comparison:

        A link to the 14 page word document on the 2009 EMDrive research which
        was presented at the the CEAS 2009 European Air & Space Conference.

        http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/dangerroom/2009/10/emdrive-ceas-2009-paper.doc

        EmDrive is a new class of electrical machine operating at microwave
        frequencies, and therefore bears little similarity to any other device.
        However, analogies are sometimes helpful in obtaining a mental
        picture of operating principles and the following mechanical analogy is offered for consideration.

        EmDrive can be considered as an “electromagnetic flywheel”. As with a mechanical flywheel, a resonant cavity can store energy in the form of momentum. Due to the asymmetric geometry of the EmDrive cavity, the stored momentum can produce a linear force, which if used to accelerate a mass, transfers some of the momentum from the cavity. This transfer results in a loss of Q, and hence a reduction in the force available. However unlike a mechanical flywheel, the cavity is able to store and replace momentum very rapidly. The time constant of, a simple cavity operating at 4 GHz with a Q of 50,000 is 2 microseconds. Thus if acceleration is restricted, as with a large spacecraft being propelled with low thrust, continuous momentum transfer can take place, whilst maintaining the high Q.

      • Pekka Janhunen

        I looked into this EmDrive some time ago because a friend of mine asked me to. My conclusion is that there is no convincing experimental demonstration and that the inventor’s claimed theoretical explanation for the claimed phenomenon is mathematically wrong (it forgets radiation force acting on the curved sides of the chamber).

        • georgehants

          Pekka, you did recommend that more Research and Investigation should be urgently undertaken to find the Truth I hope.

          • Pekka Janhunen

            I don’t see experimental or theoretical evidence for interesting phenomena in Emdrive. It is mathematically impossible (equivalent to claiming 1+1=3) for a device to obey Newton’s and Maxwell’s laws and at the same time to break the conservation of energy-momentum. The inventor of EmDrive seems to make to different claims: 1) an experimental device breaking conservation of momentum, 2) a way to explain it using known theory. But he fails in both because (1) is not convincing and (2) is mathematically wrong.

            Of course, surprising experimental anomalies might exist and should then be investigated. One such case was Martin Tajmar’s experimental indications of gravitational anomalies near rotating superconductors. With ingenious measurement effort he went to investigate it thoroughly. The anomalies disappeared at the end, but it was worth checking.

          • georgehants

            Pekka, it’s good of you to say, “Of course, surprising experimental anomalies might exist and should then be investigated.”
            Cold fusion may be another and of course that applies to every area of life and science.
            You would hopefully agree that the cover up of the clear Evidence for UFO’s is a scientific disgrace.
            Do you also agree that the many years of waste allowed by the refusal to investigate clear esoteric anomalies in many areas of science must end.

          • Pekka Janhunen

            Regarding UFOs I think it’s more a lack of ideas how to study them rigorously (I mean beyond analysing reports which has already been done) than lack of willingness. My personal opinion is that the extraterrestrial hypothesis was perhaps dismissed too early by arguing that humanoid type live beings couldn’t stand long interstellar travel in small vehicles. Nowadays it would be more natural to think of them as advanced automated probes, perhaps made mostly of local solar system material, which apply humanoid shaped decoys and activity patterns for similar reasons than our ethologists.

  • georgehants

    Black Swan Creator’s Latest Work has Intriguing Implications for LENR
    Published February 8, 2013 | By jennifer
    In a chapter of his latest book Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder Taleb conclusively demonstrates that many major modern technologies were invented by independent tinkerers with little or no input from established science. He even provides a list of such inventions on page 218 of the book.
    http://coldfusion3.com/blog/black-swan-creator%E2%80%99s-latest-work-has-intriguing-implications-for-lenr

  • georgehants

    Black Swan Creator’s Latest Work has Intriguing Implications for LENR
    Published February 8, 2013 | By jennifer
    In a chapter of his latest book Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder Taleb conclusively demonstrates that many major modern technologies were invented by independent tinkerers with little or no input from established science. He even provides a list of such inventions on page 218 of the book.
    http://coldfusion3.com/blog/black-swan-creator%E2%80%99s-latest-work-has-intriguing-implications-for-lenr

  • barty

    100 votes and it’s in the top 10!

  • barty

    100 votes and it’s in the top 10!

  • Phil

    Voted and Vote verified successfully.
    223 votes so far
    Biz

  • Phil

    Voted and Vote verified successfully.
    223 votes so far
    Biz

  • cx

    I’m kinda disappointed none of the top 2 that will likely win don’t deal with energy generation 🙁 The Gravaton one looks really interesting :(.

  • cx

    I’m kinda disappointed none of the top 2 that will likely win don’t deal with energy generation 🙁 The Gravaton one looks really interesting :(.

  • Barry

    Count me in.

  • Barry

    Count me in.

  • artefact

    two from me

  • artefact

    two from me

  • Tom H

    A push of just 60 more votes from readers to this blog in the final hours could put an LENR project in ARPA-E’s top eight..certainly something for the selection committee to consider as they pick the remaining six projects, especially considering the very late entry.

    • Gerrit

      Tom, how did you know Miley was up for voting ? Why was the entry so late ?

  • Tom H

    A push of just 60 more votes from readers to this blog in the final hours could put an LENR project in ARPA-E’s top eight..certainly something for the selection committee to consider as they pick the remaining six projects, especially considering the very late entry.

    • Gerrit

      Tom, how did you know Miley was up for voting ? Why was the entry so late ?

  • Gregory Lee

    Like I said. I started a FACEBOOK campaign with my son who attends Windsor University, but it might be too late. Had I known it sooner it could be different and it could’ve been a such asuper good vehicle for mass public news. . Too bad !!!!

  • Gregory Lee

    Like I said. I started a FACEBOOK campaign with my son who attends Windsor University, but it might be too late. Had I known it sooner it could be different and it could’ve been a such asuper good vehicle for mass public news. . Too bad !!!!

  • As I write, our beloved LENR is 11th. Not very promising. But one, the one about wireless recharging of electric cars is positively stupid, yet it has a lot of votes. I suspect that all of the employees of that company were ordered to vote.

    I voted the LENR party line, and I did so without any pressure from Bob Greenyer. (:->)

  • Roger Bird

    As I write, our beloved LENR is 11th. Not very promising. But one, the one about wireless recharging of electric cars is positively stupid, yet it has a lot of votes. I suspect that all of the employees of that company were ordered to vote.

    I voted the LENR party line, and I did so without any pressure from Bob Greenyer. (:->)

  • clovis ray

    Hi, folks

    Well they say better late than never, i gave , Mr miley a vote of confidence,

  • clovis ray

    Hi, folks

    Well they say better late than never, i gave , Mr miley a vote of confidence,

  • Gedo

    I am 78 old grand father, I want to see a working cold fusion device in my basement before I leave this world. Harry up guys- I want work and not telling stories.

    • Gerrit

      did you cast your vote ?

  • Gedo

    I am 78 old grand father, I want to see a working cold fusion device in my basement before I leave this world. Harry up guys- I want work and not telling stories.

    • Gerrit

      did you cast your vote ?

  • Gerrit

    The voting is closed now and I can’t see on what position we finished. Roger wrote that we made it to the 11th place, but if I remember correctly between 11th and 10th place there was only about 30 votes distance.

    Who knows the final spot ?

    I think we did extremely well in collecting votes in such a short time. When I looked at the voting the first time around noon CET there were only 18 votes. 12 hours later we were closing in on 300.

    Well done !

    Strange that we weren’t notified earlier, we could have gotten more people in. I think we should prepare ourselves for the next event. Start spreading information to other facebook groups, building a network.

    Let’s see what this voting brings us.

    • AlainCo

      there have been many whitehouse petition, but with no home.
      it is clear that we hare a few hundred on internet, less than Apolo conspiracy club.

      this story was different because we could fight in the same room, because there was at most 2000 votes for the best candidates.

      it is great fr a not so politically correct vote…
      suprprised we don’t get a vote for scam warning by the pathoskeptics…

      note also that on vortex the old ape were not so supporting, doubtling much as usual…
      doubtif is justified , but we are in innovation and the other project were mostly much more risky than LENr to make a CHP…

      it make me quite sad to see how old suporter are skeptics about LENR, despite the huge scientific, then business evidences…

      stockholm syndrome!

  • Gerrit

    The voting is closed now and I can’t see on what position we finished. Roger wrote that we made it to the 11th place, but if I remember correctly between 11th and 10th place there was only about 30 votes distance.

    Who knows the final spot ?

    I think we did extremely well in collecting votes in such a short time. When I looked at the voting the first time around noon CET there were only 18 votes. 12 hours later we were closing in on 300.

    Well done !

    Strange that we weren’t notified earlier, we could have gotten more people in. I think we should prepare ourselves for the next event. Start spreading information to other facebook groups, building a network.

    Let’s see what this voting brings us.

    • there have been many whitehouse petition, but with no home.
      it is clear that we hare a few hundred on internet, less than Apolo conspiracy club.

      this story was different because we could fight in the same room, because there was at most 2000 votes for the best candidates.

      it is great fr a not so politically correct vote…
      suprprised we don’t get a vote for scam warning by the pathoskeptics…

      note also that on vortex the old ape were not so supporting, doubtling much as usual…
      doubtif is justified , but we are in innovation and the other project were mostly much more risky than LENr to make a CHP…

      it make me quite sad to see how old suporter are skeptics about LENR, despite the huge scientific, then business evidences…

      stockholm syndrome!

  • georgehants

    It said on the page that it was a public voting opportunity, this of course is incorrect as almost no Public would be aware or concerned to vote.
    It was simply a exercise in which one had the most ability to draw it’s close supporters, employees, family’s etc. to participate.
    As such it was like most things in science, a farce, badly set-up and badly executed with the winners almost certainly deducible from the beginning.

    • bfast

      I think that you are right. I think the voting period was far too short for word of mouth to properly spread throughout the interest community. Therefore, as you said, strongly favoring those with a close-knit support community (employees, family, etc.)

  • georgehants

    It said on the page that it was a public voting opportunity, this of course is incorrect as almost no Public would be aware or concerned to vote.
    It was simply a exercise in which one had the most ability to draw it’s close supporters, employees, family’s etc. to participate.
    As such it was like most things in science, a farce, badly set-up and badly executed with the winners almost certainly deducible from the beginning.

    • bfast

      I think that you are right. I think the voting period was far too short for word of mouth to properly spread throughout the interest community. Therefore, as you said, strongly favoring those with a close-knit support community (employees, family, etc.)

  • Tom H

    9th place in voting (339) with an hour left last night. An ARPA-E committee picks six in addition to the two slected by the public. Perhaps this will give Dr Miley some momentum in the final selection process.

  • Tom H

    9th place in voting (339) with an hour left last night. An ARPA-E committee picks six in addition to the two slected by the public. Perhaps this will give Dr Miley some momentum in the final selection process.

  • Gerrit

    http://futureenergy.ultralightstartups.com/campaigns/view/archive

    #01 – 2030 BDL water technologies
    #02 – 1764 HEVO Power: Wireless Charging
    #03 – 1523 Gravaton Energy Resources
    #04 – 565 Military OceanEnergy Microgrids
    #05 – 522 Altenera
    #06 – 513 Transatomic Power Inc
    #07 – 450 Solar Wind Energy Tower
    #08 – 390 Sail Carousel Wind Turbine
    #09 – 340 LENR distributed power units <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    #10 – 318 AC Kinetics Motor Drive
    #11 – 309 HighSeasWind
    #12 – 282 Arc Fault Detection

    Miley made it into the top 10, thanks to our last minute campaign. A remarkable results. Let's see what comes from it.

    • clovis

      thanks, Gerrit, for posting this, a remarkable results indeed, you get my comment vote, as well, –smile

    • Hal

      how about crediting where credit is due? 🙂

      • Gerrit

        “our” as in “all of us together” ?

  • Gerrit

    http://futureenergy.ultralightstartups.com/campaigns/view/archive

    #01 – 2030 BDL water technologies
    #02 – 1764 HEVO Power: Wireless Charging
    #03 – 1523 Gravaton Energy Resources
    #04 – 565 Military OceanEnergy Microgrids
    #05 – 522 Altenera
    #06 – 513 Transatomic Power Inc
    #07 – 450 Solar Wind Energy Tower
    #08 – 390 Sail Carousel Wind Turbine
    #09 – 340 LENR distributed power units <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    #10 – 318 AC Kinetics Motor Drive
    #11 – 309 HighSeasWind
    #12 – 282 Arc Fault Detection

    Miley made it into the top 10, thanks to our last minute campaign. A remarkable results. Let's see what comes from it.

    • clovis ray

      thanks, Gerrit, for posting this, a remarkable results indeed, you get my comment vote, as well, –smile

    • Hal

      how about crediting where credit is due? 🙂

      • Gerrit

        “our” as in “all of us together” ?

  • George Miley

    Mr Acland, moderators, and readers; I appreciate the coverage provided to the ARPA-E Future Energy program and my LENR 10kw Thermal Electric Generator entry. While the fruits of this somewhat unusual and novel public voting process remain to be determined, ARPA-E does have possibility of being helpful to new and emerging game-changing energy technologies. I was delighted to see in the category of “recent entries” in the competition this blog’s readership contributed to a landslide win.

    George Miley

  • George Miley

    Mr Acland, moderators, and readers; I appreciate the coverage provided to the ARPA-E Future Energy program and my LENR 10kw Thermal Electric Generator entry. While the fruits of this somewhat unusual and novel public voting process remain to be determined, ARPA-E does have possibility of being helpful to new and emerging game-changing energy technologies. I was delighted to see in the category of “recent entries” in the competition this blog’s readership contributed to a landslide win.

    George Miley

  • Miley’s was 9th. How is that a victory?

  • Roger Bird

    Miley’s was 9th. How is that a victory?