Thanks to Alan Smith for posting today a comment and link to the presentation he made at the 14th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals held in Assisi, Italy recently.
“I am hoping to get back to the lab (when I have caught up with the paperwork) and contunue my work on the LEC. As @Stevenson says it is an important and fascinating technology, that has the added benefit of being accessible. Here’s a presentation I made at the Assisi LENR conference a couple of weeks back which also mentions the work of other replicators.”
Here is a summary of what the LEC is from one of Alan’s slides:
WTF is a LEC?
•LEC Stands for ‘Lattice Energy Converter’ -discovered and developed by Frank Gordon and Harper Whitehouse.
•It produces DC electrical output from co-deposited metals/hydrogen using simple and flexible geometries.
•While output so far is several orders of magnitude below ‘commercially interesting’ this could be improved.
•Potentially a ‘lab rat’, LEC reactors can use cheap materials and do not require sophisticated or costly lab facilities.