Cold Fusion Tops Silicon Republic’s List of Top 2014 Clean Energy Techs (Veblin)`

Thanks to Veblin for posting this in the Always On Thread:

Silicon Republic

8 clean-energy stories that brightened our world in 2014
29.12.2014 15:00

#1. Power output of potential cold fusion reactor baffles scientists
“By a considerable margin, the exploits of Andrea Rossi and his seemingly too-good-to-be-true story of creating a cold fusion reactor known as the E-Cat ‘baffled’ scientists in 2014.

If the E-Cat is indeed capable of what it claims it can achieve, home and businesses could be powered for life with clean, almost limitless energy through the process of cold fusion, which has eluded scientists since man first discovered how to harness nuclear energy through fission. . . ”

#2. Bill Gates investigates cold fusion
“One person who is certainly not dismissing the potential existence of cold fusion is Microsoft co-founder and the world’s richest man, Bill Gates, who recently travelled to Italy to get a closer look at the country’s leading energy and technology agency on its recent discoveries with regard to cold fusion technology, otherwise referred to as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) . . “

  • builditnow

    Someone needs to make up a press kit that is kept up to date and email it to all the editors over the world when ever there is an update. This article is behind the times as it fails to incorporate the replies from the Hot-Cat testers.

    Missing from the Silicon Republic news story is:
    Rossi did not interfere with the fuel analysis,
    the current measuring clamp was not reversed,
    the preliminary Dog Bone experimental results already indicate that the power output measurements are also good.
    Then we have the Russian scientist Alexander Parkhomov replicating the experiment using an irrefutable method of measuring energy.

    The chances that the Lugano report is incorrect could easily be better than 1 million to 1 and becoming more certain as confirmations are reported.
    In other words, the Lugano report is very solid.

    • Anon2012_2014

      Rossi and Lugano were sloppy.

      We are fixing that thanks to Parkhomov.

      Maybe tomorrow the fat lady sings!