UPDATE: (Oct 23, 2015)
Thanks to the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project for sharing a link report from this meeting written by Jones Beene who attended the meeting, and posted about it on the Vortex-l archive here: https://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg105372.html
According to this report about 35 people attended including “a few heavy hitters who prefer not to be identified.”
Beene states that according to what Sveinn Ólafsson reported that the ultra-dense hydrogen fusion is neither hot or cold fusion, and that its inventor, Leif Holmlid, wants the process to be called ”Cold Spallation”.
Alan Goldwater of the MFMP also presented, and Beene describes his work as “very impressive”, and that “if and when Alan announces thermal gain in a Rossi style reactor we can believe it.”
The following announcement comes via the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project
On Thursday, October 22nd, 2015 (10:30 AM PDT), Sveinn Ólafsson of the Science Institute, Physics Department, University of Iceland will present a 40 minute seminar/colloquium at SRI International (SRI, founded as Stanford Research Institute) in Menlo Park, California, entitled, “Ultra-dense Hydrogen and Low Energy Nuclear Reactions” (LENR), representing research he has conducted with Leif Holmlid from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
The talk will be geared towards a scientific/technical audience but Sveinn will make every effort to address those that have little or no previous knowledge of Muon/Particle Detection and Ultra-dense Hydrogen. For about 10 minutes after Sveinn’s presentation, Alan Goldwater representing the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP, headed by Bob Greenyer), will present experimental work/techniques being conducted on reproducing/replicating results obtained from researchers such as Andrea Rossi & Alexander Parkhomov.
The final 10 minutes of the 1 hour long colloquium will be open to asking questions. Although there is no direct evidence at this time that Ultra-dense Hydrogen/Materials are responsible for the replication attempts being conducted by MFMP, the project is closely considering these possible materials in their ongoing open-ended research, as a cause of anomalous heat in replicating those experiments, amongst other explanations. So far, there is no conclusive evidence of anomalous heat by MFMP.
The meeting will take place on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 10:30 a.m. in Room G-124 at SRI Building G in Menlo Park, California. For more information about the meeting and for directions please see here: http://tempid.altervista.org/SRI_Seminar_Olafsson__Public_Announcement_.pdf