For those who didn’t have a chance to see the live Defkalion Demo, videos of the July 23 demo have been uploaded to the Defkalion Livestream.com web page at this link: http://new.livestream.com/triwu2/Defkalion-US/videos/25225397 There are five videos posted there of various sections of the test.
For those who would like to see an abridged version of the test, below is a posted a one hour video posted to YouTube by Brian Josephson (Nobel Physics Laureate) which includes some of the more important moments in the test.
Here are Josephson’s own introductory comments about the video:
Will this be the event that finally leads to acceptance of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (cold fusion)? Defkalion show the startup process for their Hyperion device before a critical audience in a live webcast. There was much more to the event than you see in this video — the whole day was taken up with tests and checks, including a control using argon in place of of hydrogen that showed no excess heat, while with hydrogen the output power got up to 2.5 times the input.
The first part of the video shows the stage of heating up the reactor, the power output to the cooling water being less than the input power. At 21:45 the plasma generator is turned on, and the output power starts to increase rapidly as a result of the new process induced by the plasma.