Lugano Report now Published in Univ. of Bologna’s AMS Acta Digital Library

I just received word that the Lugano E-Cat testing report is now available at the University of Bologna’s AMS Acta Digital Library, a repository of pre-print and unpublished documents at Unibo.

Here’s a description of AMS Acta from the site:

AMS Acta is the University of Bologna’s institutional open access repository which collects and disseminates the research output of those operating at the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, or taking part in initiatives promoted by its structures.

The research contributions may be publications exclusively deposited in AMS Acta, pre-print documents not yet published by commercial publishers, or papers already published on journals and books of publishers who allow scientific authors to archive their work on institutional repositories to grant universal access and be acknowledged as results of the research carried out at the University.

The report can be found at this link:

This is probably published here because of the contributions of Guiseppe Levi and Evelyn Foschi who are both authors of the report and who are both employed at the University of Bologna.

As far as I can tell, it’s the same as the report posted at Elforsk here.

  • Ophelia Rump

    Maybe we will see the report actually printed soon. That would be a nice indicator of a sea change.

    • psi2u2

      The fact that there has as yet been no public response from Levi et al. to the critique suggests that they may be revising the report to address the criticisms prior to publication. That would be a nice way to see this go.

  • clovis ray

    This ole lenr train is picking up steam,wou,wou, thanks Frank, nice cautch.

  • builditnow

    The report on is an identical copy of the latest English version Oct 6th 2014 published on Elforsk. (checked that every bit is the same by a file compare program).

    The Oct 6th 2014 English version had a few typo’s / spelling errors fixed and is otherwise identical to the very first English version released on Elforsk.

    • ecatworld

      Thanks for checking on that!

  • pelgrim108

    The report is also available on Googles cloud storage service.

    • EEStorFanFibb

      hey pelgrim. thanks for all you do for this community.

      • pelgrim108

        Thanks EEStorFanFibb, never seen a community as civilized and good spirited as E-Catworld.

        • Dods

          The community is the sites greatest strength and may it continue ex post facto the E-Cat.

          Maybe when the dust has settled Frank could put a poll up for another avenue to explore. (Not that it could ever beat this subject.) But I think it would be a great loss should this bunch of goons ever disband.

          • GreenWin

            I suspect the goons are here for good. And the implications of LENR on human evolution are rich enough to keep this and many more blogs fully engaged for years to come. From my POV, this is the most fascinating story in the cosmos.

      • ecatworld

        Hear, hear!

  • georgehants

    The Russians have forced a stampede, well done them.
    ing. Michelangelo De Meo
    November 10th, 2014 at 2:43 PM
    The Independent Third Party Report Has Been Posted by Professor Levi Following the site :
    Also, the Report of the Independent Third Party has been published on Google Scholar:
    Andrea Rossi
    November 10th, 2014 at 3:51 PM
    Ing. Michelangelo De Meo:
    Thank you, I am delighted to read that.
    Warm Regards,

  • BroKeeper

    Crude Oil plunged 2.7 points November 10th. Coincidence again?

    • bachcole

      Crude Oil goes up and down. It is inevitable that it was going to go down sometime after the first test. Today, Nov. 11th, 2014 is after the first test.

      But I confess that it sure is going down a lot. I paid $2.76 at Costco just recently.

      But my utility bill went up 21%. Coincidence again? (:->)

      • GreenWin

        Utilities trying to milk the last coin from captive customers. Pure coincidence.

  • Hi,

    I just made some research about high temperature alloy, resistance coefficient. nothing definitive but this shut up the “it is evident” argument of deniers.

    First of all there are “super aloys” that have strong mechanical characteristics at high temperature (above 1000C, stronget than usual steel)

    some people says that drastic change in resistivity (-60%)is not possible even for 750C temperature increase.

    Just look at this study on Pd-Cu-Ag alloys

    at much lower temperature the temperature, because of reordering for the material have a resistivity that change from 30 to 10

    you can also read tha study on Al-Cu alloys

    you can add to that that some metal oxydes are proton conductors, that LENR indusce some high temperature superconductive state (type2), and that the electronic structure of hydride is very very different from the metal…

    this does not says which material is used, this proves nothing.

    this just open the possibilities that the deniers close.


    • psi2u2

      Very interesting, Alain. Thanks.

      • GreenWin

        The introduction of LENR is as much a study in cognitive dissonance as it is in technology revolution. Rarely have we been able to compress the causes of cognitive dissonance into so short a timeline. The skeptical “specialists” rely on vanishing minutia hoping a tiny anomaly will magically erase the huge anomaly (excess heat.) Alainco correctly accuses group-think aka, “sheepleology” to certain ET anthropologists.

        • psi2u2

          And, to those larger realities we may now safely add, thanks to Alain, the assumptions about resistance coefficients of high temperature alloys on which a considerable amount of the critique seems based. As so often is the case, reality is more complicated than the assumptions of skeptics.