I think this is some good news for those of us who have been following the work of Dr. Alexander Parkhomov, and also the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project. Both have been working in their own way to find a way to at least approximate the results of the Lugano E-Cat test — Dr. Parkhomov seeming to have the most success so far, reporting excess heat of up to 258 per cent with his reactor.
The MFMP today has just reported on their Facebook page today that they have entered into a ‘mutually beneficial’ dialogue and the relationship seems to be bearing fruit that could be very important:
“In the course of relationship building through positive action and mutual interest, Dr. Parkhomov invited the MFMP to visit him and capture his experience and on-going work in Moscow. We hope to do this as soon as possible and share with everyone our findings.”
When they say ‘capture his experience’, I hope that means an live open demonstration of his experiment — it would be terrific to see the Parkhomov reactor doing its thing live on the web!