Templates for LENR Outreach

Recently I’ve written a couple of posts about trying to ‘prepare the ground’ for the emergence of LENR in the world. I think there is some value in trying to get news about the topic out to people who might be interested. There seemed to be some interest in having something that could be sent around to contacts who might be interested. Below is a template for a letter that could be sent to media outlets or reporters. I sent this to my local paper a few months ago (I got no response, unfortunately).

I don’t propose that this be copied directly and sent to people in the media — that would look spammy in my opinion. But this could be used as a template that could be modified.

Dear __________

I’m sending this to you because I’m convinced that a new and superior energy source is about to emerge into the marketplace, and I thought you might find this interesting.

This technology was once referred to as cold fusion, it is now often called Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR). Researchers have been working in the field for over two decades and which now seems to be coming to life again. The work of Italian inventor Andrea Rossi is especially interesting — earlier this year professors from major universities concluded that his E-Cat technology was far superior in energy density than any known conventional fuel source, without producing any harmful emissions or radioactivity (see here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.3913)

If this technology can be incorporated in commercial devices, something Dr. Rossi and others are working to produce, it could mean giant advances for humanity and be a huge story. I am a little surprised that few journalists have picked up on this subject already!

LENR in the marketplace would likely lead to very low-cost clean energy, and could ultimately mean closure of coal mines, nuclear power stations, a huge reduction in oil consumption, etc.

If you are interested in this topic please email me and I can tell you more and/or direct you to sites where further detailed information is available. I run a web site which as quite a following: www.e-catworld.com. If you check it out you will see some introductory articles along the top menu bar, and useful links on the left side of the page.


Frank Acland

If anyone has something similar to the above (or something better) that might make a useful template, please post them in the comments below, or feel free to send them to me, and I can make a page where they can be listed.