Oyama Power: Japanese Company Claims ‘Successful Startup of Cold Fusion Reactor’

Thanks to Teppo for the following link. It is Google-translated from the web page of a Japanese company called Oyama Power – original site is here: https://ooyama-power.com/index.html


Some of this is a bit unclear to me. Maybe some people with better Japanese can help clarify things, so I am just posting the machine translation below:

January 24, 2019 Oyama Power succeeded in starting a metal crystal confinement nuclear fusion reactor.
This can be rephrased as “Human beings have successfully started the cold fusion reactor.”
January 24, 2019 became a day engraved in the history of mankind.

Schedule 1
Oyama, president of Wednesday, March 20, 2019, will speak at the Japan Atomic Energy Society on “Metal Crystal Confinement Fusion Reactor” above.
Ibaraki University Mito Campus
[1N01-06] Nuclear power system to take over to the next generation
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 10: 15 ~ 11: 55 N Top batters of the venue (Common Education Building No.2 Building No. 4, No. 42)
10: 15 ~ 10: 30 [1N01] Metal crystal confined type fusion reactor

At the beginning we mention the fact that the experimental furnace of the metal crystal confinement type fusion reactor started.
A metal crystal confinement type fusion reactor is a cold fusion reactor in general terms.
For the future of humanity, we need to advance development as a national strategy toward practical reactor in the future.
It is necessary to revise the current status of concentrating R & D resources into a magnetic field confinement type nuclear fusion reactor, and to correct the development of a metal crystal confinement nuclear fusion reactor.
I would like to ask for your continued support.

Schedule 2
The way and theory of realization of nuclear fusion chain reaction at room temperature nuclear fusion reactor The process of elucidating the mechanism and its theory of cold fusion by Kazuo Oyama and the process of actually producing an experimental furnace of a cold fusion reactor It is written.
I plan to publish it on Thursday, March 21, 2019. Publisher is undecided.

Table of Contents Introduction Introduction Chapter 1 Ultimate energy source
1-1. Humanity and Energy Sources
1-2. Nuclear fission reactor
1-3. Plasma magnetic confinement type nuclear fusion reactor
1-4. Advantages of cold fusion reactor from various nuclear reactors comparison Chapter 2 Major experiments of cold fusion and previous theories
2-1. Electrolytic experiment of heavy water
2-2. Experiment of deforming Pd with solid solution of deuterium
2-3. Nano powder system experiment
2-4. Transmutation experiment
2-5. Theory so far Chapter 3 Search for cold fusion mechanism
3-1. God’s Jigsaw Puzzle
3-2. Jigsaw puzzle of the whole picture only
3-3. Remaining pieces
3-4. Maximum lost piece (nuclear fusion reaction cross section problem)
Chapter 4 Special phenomena of metal and ion beam
4-1. Shielding effect
4-2. Abnormal value of shielding energy
4-3. Channeling phenomenon
4-4. DD-D 3 nuclear fusion occurring in metal Chapter 5 Nuclear fusion mechanism in metal
5-1 Ignition reaction
5-2. Confirming the current status of the jigsaw puzzle
5-3. Stellar Nuclear Model
5-4. Combustion reaction (nuclear fusion chain reaction)
Chapter 6 Physics has been wrong since 100 years ago
6-1. Nuclear Power Potential Image
6-2. Correct nuclear force potential Chapter 7 Reactions that occurred in each experiment
7-1. Reaction occurred in transmutation experiment
7-2. Imperfect Combustion Occurred in Transmutation Experiment
7-3. Reaction caused by electrolytic experiment
7-4. Summary of phenomena and reactions occurring in each experiment Chapter 8 Cold fusion experiment experimental furnace
8-1. Basic composition of cold fusion reactor
8-2. 6 Li concentration suitable for combustion reaction
8-3. Experimental Reactor Startup and History
8-4. Consideration of dose and experiment results Chapter 9 Cold fusion nuclear fusion power generation system concept diagram Chapter 10 Issues
10-1. Ignition method
10-2. Output control method
10-3. Homogenization of deuterium concentration of metal heating element
10-4. Radiation control
10-5. Metal heating element
10-6. Transmutation and Metal Heating Element Support Structure Referenced Documents Postscript

The cold fusion reactor and the metal crystal confinement type fusion reactor are,
The cold fusion reactor is a type of nuclear reactor, but in principle it is an ideal nuclear reactor that does not generate radiation.
The cold fusion has not been reproduced since the newspaper article on the occurrence of excessive fever due to the electrolysis experiment of Fleischmann and Ponds on March 23, 1989, as well as the fact that the information is unclear and some questions remain It is becoming to be treated as a pseudoscience from what I did. However, as the Toyota Central Research Institute succeeded in reproducing the transmutation test of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 2013, Daisen Power has trusted this transmutation experiment and studied it as the same kind of reaction as cold fusion It was.
As a result, we concluded that nuclear reactions occurring in metal crystals causing transmutation are classified as “ignition reaction”, “combustion reaction (nuclear fusion chain reaction)” and “transmutation reaction”. The reaction occurring in the α ‘phase with high deuterium concentration in the Pd metal crystals is the “ignition reaction”, which generates ion beams such as tritium and neutrons as well as conventional DD nuclear fusion. This ion beam enters the α phase with low deuterium concentration, causing “combustion reaction”. This is a large amount of heat generated after electrolysis in electrolytic experiment of heavy water, so-called “heat after death”. “Transmutation reaction” occurs due to the α ion beam generated in the “combustion reaction”.
With Oyama Power, we are continuing our research, thinking that “cold fusion reactor” will be able to produce radiation with strong permeability such as neutrons and gamma rays if we use “burning reaction” within this.
This “cold fusion reactor” should be called “metal crystal confinement nuclear fusion reactor” as a term corresponding to the “magnetic confinement type nuclear fusion reactor” currently aiming for realization under international cooperation.