The Martin Fleischmann memorial project have announced on their Quantumheat.org blog that they have entered into a partnership with Canadian physicist Dr. Stoyan Sarg who has researched extensively in the field of cold fusion and who is one of the most prominent scientists in the world advocating for nickel-hydrogen LENR research.
Dr. Sarg recently published an article, “Nickel-Hydrogen Cold Fusion by Intermediate Rydberg State of Hydrogen: Selection of the Isotopes for Energy Optimization and Radioactive Waste Minimization” which was published in General Science Journal on January 25, 2014. In the article Sarg sets forth his own theory as to what might be happening in the reactions experienced by Andrea Rossi and Defklalion GT, and looks at the problem of Coulomb barrier from a ‘new point of view.’
The MFMP state that Dr. Sarg has offered to share his insights about nickel-hydrogen LENRs with them as they begin to carry out experiments with nickel powder.
More information about some of the details of this collaborative effort can be found here on the quantumheat.org website.