Saturday, December 27, 2014


Yesterday, in connection with the great complexity of the heat measurement techniques of the Lugano HotCat experiment  I wrote: "I am amazed how heat measurement as at Lugano via white incandescence is so black magic- this will need a supplementary confirmation and this will be done in the US. 
It was done, however in Russia by a physicist. Alexander Gheorghievich Parkhomov and is clearly cutting Gordian Knots style a very simple measurement based on the quantity of water evaporated.

The paper in Russian is here:

and is presented -as usual at Frank Acland's fast blog:

This is the structure of the paper, very clearly written, I am just translating it but I guess others will do it faster. If you have questions re the text, please ask I will try to answer and explain as fast as i ca. Really interesting stuff.

By Parkhomov, Alexander Gheorghievich

The first part, pages 1 to 10, refers to the LUGANO Experiment

Description of Rossi’s high temperature reactor.

Short description of the experimental procedure…

Rossi’s reactor during the time of testing

Determination of the quantity of heat produced during the experiment

The results of the measurements and calculations made  during the working period of the Rossi’s experiment.

[ the known isotopic shift results]

What happens inside the Rossi reactor at high temperature.


The construction of the author’s reactor(s)  (p11)

Measuring the released heat (p12)

The reactor during the working time (p13)

Experimental set up and instrumentation.(p14-15)

Measuring the temperature during the heating process (p16)

Determination of the heat released and the thermal coefficient (COP) (p17)

Conclusions (p18)
Experiments performed with an thermogenerator analog with Rossi’s, charged with a mixture of nickel and aluminum lithium hydride, have shown that at temperatures around 1100 C, this reactor produces more energy than it consumes.


a) This paper is just a first phase of a study, 3 fast experiments confirmng excess heat.
b) The existence of an internal heat source is also shown by an 8 minutes not-cooling episode
c) What has to follow is more exact measurement of heat in long range experiments and isotope shift studies fuel to ash.
d) This result gives an extra degree of freedom to our MFMP youngs to focus on NiH essentials with Piantelli.
e) Because I read Russian- I will try to get in touch with Alexander and to discuss about his plans and his LENR thinking. 



  1. thanks you Peter for that work.
    This gives much hope to those who hope for replication evidence soon...

  2. An even simpler experiment might be interesting: Heat after death might be produced in a sealed reactor filled with ground up Canadian Nickels vintage 1955-1981 and Lithium scrounged from discarded batteries. Using a MAPP gas torch to heat the reactor means very primitive equipment suffices.

    If I can make time to attempt the above suggestion, I will alert you.