Thanks to Buck for posting this:
LENR has hit a MSM outlet in France.
The story is brief and is more of a teaser for future Les Echos articles. However, it does include several very important links: the Lugano report, Current Science’s special edition on LENR, the recent Airbus patent, and the Tohuku announcement on establishing a LENR research department.
IMO, it is easily characterized as a wake-up call.
Here’s an excerpt (Google translated)
Some manufacturers are interested in LENR: Airbus has filed a patent; for their part, Toyota and Mitsubishi seem interested in the topic, India and Sweden also in Europe and overseas intelligence agencies would monitor the issue.
Now a man-named ecosystem LENRG encourages this research and it launches an event in Milan Friday, April 10, 2015 entitled “LENRG year 1” .The purpose of this event is to attract the attention of industrialists, investors, but probably also to deepen perspectives collaboratively. Do we know all the laws of physics, nuclear and combined electrochemistry …? Are LENR new scientific fields? Can this frontier of science to dream about how to Interstellar?
What consequences would wear a new form of energy? LENR potential applications are numerous: power generation, transportation, aerospace, electronics, economics or poorest countries without energy resources, geopolitical …
The other side of this story is about the metal. 1989 was a palladium catalyst experience, since the nickel-metal hydride is preferred. It is of course too early to make precise calculations on the possible new nickel consumption. But if the theory and experience came together, this demand for metal in cold fusion cell mobile or static Could she count 50 000et 100,000 tons … in the first place? To be continued …
Les Echos is an award winning Financial Newspaper, circulation of about 120k, first established in 1908.