Thorium Cold Fusion Report and Video (in French)

Thanks for ECW reader Sanjeev for uncovering an interesting article from a French site, Le Blog info de l’innovation, which reports about a cold fusion reactor built by a person identified as Julian S. in a room in an unidentified location.

According to a poor Google translation, a container contains “water enriched with deuterium oxide” into which is injected an electrical current “via a tungsten electrode made ​​with 2% Thorium 230”. The result is described as follows.

The atomic structure of the trap Thorium deuterium atoms which move under the influence of electricity. Can not escape, they merge. “Suddenly the white light intensity doubles while boiling liquid drops a bunch of splashing. ” That’s the cold fusion!”, hoarse scientist.

The article includes the video below which, although I am not able to understand the French commentary, appears to show a white hot reaction taking place, along with the display of an ammeter showing very little input. This is certainly a more spectacular demonstration than some we have seen, and it looks like it could be potentially quite dangerous.

I know we have a number of French speaking readers here on ECW, and I know many of us would be most grateful for a more accurate translation of this report and video.

UPDATE: Just after I wrote the above, we received a the following comment from “Sylvie” with a translation of the video commentary — thanks so much, Sylvie!

I’m French, but I’m not a professionnal translator, so there might be mistakes. This is a translation of what is being said in the video.

“So here you see little bubbles.
You you want me to cut… to close the window? You’ll see a litte bit better.
Ok, yes.
So here you see little bubbles.
These little bubbles are hydrogen. That’s evacuated.
In frequency we are at 0.17. There is no current.
Here I up the current. We’re at 100 volts now. We are at 100 volts.
This is going away, I have to fix it.
And we are at 55 degrees (////celsius probably///).
I go up. You can see lightnings (electrical discharges) that are being created inside the gear.
Here what’s interesting is the amperage. It should go down.
Here we go. We are at the beginning but we don’t have real fusion yet. It’s the atoms’ cores that go to the thorium. Here we’re at 61 degrees, 62 degrees approximately. It accumulates more and more.
The more it accumulates, the more the amperage goes down and the more the amperage goes dow, the more we make energy. This is when we see a nuclear reaction. The amperage will go down. And that’s againt the laws of chemistry, the electrical laws. When we increase the current, the current is supposed to increase, and not the opposite, not decrease.
Heeeere we go. The process (reaction) is beginning, guys. It is only when the needle goes below 2 amperes that we’ll have a real reaction.
The only danger of this reactor is the emission of x rays. You see a very white light that can emit.
So we have this little device, a dosimeter, and if we look here… through sun light. Look. You look. It should not go over 0. So this should be checked every once in a while. I put this always just right here.
So now the reaction (process) is there. We’re going down.We’re going down.We’re going down.We’re going down.We’re going down.
We are at, we are at … 91.8 degrees. And we are in the “going down” phase. At this moment, we are producing. We’re at a little more than 1 ampere.
??? for such a reaction
??? product ??? It goes here inside. ???
Hydrogen is lighter than air so it will go away first, before vapor. Vapor is much heavier than air.
The needle goes below 1 ampere. Approximately 0.8 ampere. And we are at 95 degrees.
In magnetic emission we are at 0.69. 0.70. There is no problem. There is no problem.
Here we are at 108 degrees. 107 108 you see.
Yes I see I see. Yes yes yes.
So, here if I put a network of copper pipes with water inside, here you can feel the hotness
So, if I put a network of copper pipes with water inside, the water will boil. That means I can make work a valve, I can make work an alternator. We go back to the vapor era.
Here we are at 55, that’s good.
We go back to the vapor era of course.
You create vapor very fast.
Very very fast.
With less power than usual.
120 watts.
And here we are at far less than 1 ampere. You can see. So we are at 240 volts. You can see it, you can see it also on the device.
I flush a little. ??? under pressure. Sometimes you got to flush. So here we have the process.
It overflows a little.
Yes yes yes. ???
And if it touches you, is it radioactive?
No, you can touch it, but it’s very hot. It can burn you but it’s not radioactive.
So here we are at 120 degrees approximatively.
Now I stop everything.
Oh yea, it is “one button” to stop it.
Ohhhhh…(somebody enters the room)… How are you?”

Sorry I couldn’t hear everything well.
“???” means I didn’t understand.


A translation of the article is available at the