Tom Wind to Present on LENR at SUNY Orange in Middletown, NY on Oct 20th

Tom Wind, consulting electrical engineer and president of the Energy 2.0 Society, will present a program on new findings on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions [LENR] or cold fusion on Monday, Oct 20 at 7 p.m. at the Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) in Middletown, New York. The meeting be held at the Sandra and Alan Gerry Forum, Room 010 of the Rowley Center for Science & Engineering at SUNY Orange.

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Below is an description of the event from the SUNY Orange website.

Electrical engineer Thomas A. Wind, of Wind Utility Consulting in Iowa, is presenting a program on the new findings on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) or cold fusion on Monday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Rowley Center for Science & Engineering at SUNY Orange.

Unlike the claims and experiments of the 1980s, this new research, Wind asserts, is developing effective and workable means producing energy.

During his presentation, “LENR – The Promise of Clean and Affordable Energy,” Wind will define Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, explain how it works and give its practical applications and uses.
By comparing LENR to other nuclear energy sources, he will attempt to demonstrate how it leaves no radioactive waste products behind, thereby being clean and safe. In addition, he will outline how this technology will be utilized, both commercially and privately, and give an overview on the affect Low Energy Nuclear Reactions may have on existing energy companies.

Looking into the future and applying this information to daily life, Wind contends that “this technology will provide a new energy source for growing economies and improving the standard of living around the world without increasing fossil fuel usage or greenhouse gas emissions. . .

Registration is not required. Engineers and architects will receive a certificate for one PDH-CEU for each lecture attendance.

  • jdituro

    I live close by and I will attend. I will report back on the lecture.

    • Frank Acland

      Great — thanks!

      I attended a lecture given by Tom in March of this year at the University of Northern Iowa and enjoyed it very much. I became acquainted there with Tom and some other attendees, and we stayed in touch, eventually deciding to form the Energy 2.0 Society as a way to help inform people about LENR.

      Giving talks like this is one way we’re trying to fulfill the educational mission of the organization.

  • ecatworld

    Great — thanks!

    I attended a lecture given by Tom in March of this year at the University of Northern Iowa and enjoyed it very much. I became acquainted with Tom and some other attendees, and we stayed in touch, eventually deciding to form the Energy 2.0 Society as a way to help inform people about LENR.

    Giving talks like this is one way we’re trying to fulfill the educational mission of the organization.

  • jousterusa

    Wow, this is exciting! That’s where I went to school! I am from Monroe originally, and worked at the Middletown Times Herald-Record.

  • jousterusa

    Wow, this is exciting! That’s where I went to school! I am from Monroe originally, and worked at the Middletown Times Herald-Record.

  • jdituro

    I and my son were able to
    attend last lights lecture by Tom Wind PE held to SUNY Orange in Middletown NY.
    I brought my son (at 12 a young scientist) with me, because I wanted him to
    become familiar with the technology as it is his generation that will fully reap
    the benefits of this burgeoning field.

    Mr. Wind did a great job
    providing a overview of the field of “cold fusion” research. He
    jested that some of the members of the audience were not old enough to remember
    the 1989 announcement of Cold Fusion. He emphasized the inability, at the time,
    for fellow researchers to duplicate the results of the original discoverers
    Pons and Fleishman. This led to their being professionally discredited. CF then was considered fraudulent. He mentioned
    that since 1989 that over 1700 papers have been published around the world with
    researchers being able to duplicate the original results.

    He discussed in detail the
    work of Andrea Rossi, he being fortunate enough to attend the first public demonstration
    of the E-Cat. He said it had such an impact on him that he and a group of fellow
    colleagues at the University of Iowa formed a society to raise public awareness
    of the work in LENR, the Energy 2.0 Society http://energy2point0.org/

    He explained the concept if Coefficient
    of Power (power in vs. out) and that of energy density. Comparing the 200 M
    metric tons (240 railroad train cars) of coal per week necessary to fuel the 700
    Mwatt generation facility where he had once worked, with the 20 lbs of fuel necessary
    for the LENR E-Cats to generate and equivalent amount of heat to power the
    turbines. This accomplished without producing any harmful radiation or
    pollution. The E-Cat fuel can produce 1 million times the amount energy in an
    equivalent amount of gasoline, yet it is comprised of inexpensive and commonly
    available components.

    He also provided an
    extensive list of all the groups and firms involved in LENR research and gave
    some detailed descriptions of the major players and their variations in
    achieving the LENR effect.

    I wish him and his colleagues
    success in their efforts, all of which
    will help help to advance the greatly needed conversion from our society’s
    dependence on fossil fuels.