Since the publication of the 3rd party E-Cat report I feel like an important milestone has been reached in the history of LENR/Cold Fusion. Not only have qualified and impartial scientists put a firm stamp of approval on the E-Cat, but they have validated a technology that is clearly able to produce energy in quantities and efficiencies high enough to be useful.
It feels to me like a page has turned, and a new era is here, yet the world is largely unaware of this important event. I’d like to play a part in helping people understand that there is something important going on that could benefit countless lives all over the world — and I know there are many others who have been following this story who feel the same. What we are dealing with here is not just another cool gadget, or an incremental improvement on an already existing technology. It’s something fundamentally new, which can be used to improve lives everywhere.
Recently we have added two new pages to this site: What is LENR? and 3rd Party E-Cat Test Report, with a hope to provide new readers with material that will help bring them up to speed on what is going on. I hope readers here will feel free to direct people to these pages and other resources on the web that you think are useful.
I have read of people writing emails to people in key decision making positions about the recent E-Cat report. Others are talking to friends and acquaintances. A friend of mine told me that he has been invited to a reception where the prime minister of a major world power will be present, and if he gets a chance to talk to the PM he will ask him to keep an eye on the Rossi guys.
E-cat World Video Project
I have an idea about making a video that includes some key facts about LENR and the recent E-Cat test report — and I’d also like to include is some comments from people around the world who have knowledge of technology. If anyone here is interested in participating in this video project, here’s what I would ask:
- Shoot a short clip of yourself talking about LENR/E-Cat/Cold Fusion (30 seconds max). The audience for this video is the general public, not science experts. Act naturally!
- Try and ensure video and audio quality are reasonably good quality. Acceptable video formats are .MOV, .MPEG4, .AVI, .WMV, .MPEGPS, .FLV, 3GPP, WebM
- Send the clip to me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org including information that you would like to be identified by, such as name, location, profession. Please include at least a first name.
- If your remarks are not in English, please provide the text of what you say so we can translate and add subtitles.
We can’t guarantee that all submissions will be included (I have no idea what the response to this will be), and submitted clips may be edited. It might take a while to put this together, but it could be an effective way to share information.
Anyway, that’s just one idea of mine. There are plenty of others out there, I’m sure. Events may move quite quickly, so a good plan one day might be a bit outdated the next. Nevertheless I feel like it’s important to spread awareness — if you have some good ideas, please share them!