Tuesday, June 30, 2015


As it looks right now, July would be an excellent — and very achievable — target.
(Eric Knight)
This is especially true today, June 30! See in the Editorial why I wanted to use a quotation by the author of "Lassie Come Home"


An ISCMNS Workshop in October this year, under the aegis of AIRBUS is excellent news- in principle so my premonition was correct. 2015 will be a year with 3 important LENR meetings 
ICCF-19, the Russian ICCF 19.5 in Dagomys and now reinvigorated 11-th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals- really fine!
I was especially happy for our great contributor, a man of initiative, the soul and engine of ISCMNS- William Collis as organizer of the Toulouse Event- paraphrasing one of my wife's favorite books  I thought: "Bill Collis is flying again! With AIRBUS.
The book is: Sam Small flies again
Charming British (Yorkshire) humor.

 See please at 1) what we know for now about this meeting. 

AIRBUS has not answered yet to my Open Letter dated June 27, so I have no connection with it. All I can and I do it with pleasure, is to wish them success, including with the Workshop. I hope it will be definitely a LENR+ oriented Workshop.


 1) 11th International Workshop on Anomalies in 
Hydrogen Loaded Metals in Airbus Toulouse on October 15th-16th 2015
The ISCMNS with the support of LENR-Cities, Airbus Group,  is organizing the 11th International Workshop on Anomalies in 
Hydrogen Loaded Metals , in Airbus resort in Toulouse, with Jean-Francois Geneste as Chairman  

2) Experiment 23 – Failure Analysis
It turns out that there may have been a good reason that Experiment 23 did not produce any excess heat. The pressure gauge melted. The experiment needs to be repeated since this can be viewed as an equipment failure and the results must be considered invalid.

The next paper is VERY interesting and surprising, possibly something new in Pd based LENR- no electrolysis, no deuterium - possibly Pd in NiH style?
I have already distributed it yesterday evening to the CMNS and Vortex forums where it is already discussed in the initial phase. great work!
3) Oscillatory behavior and anomalous heat evolution in recombination of H2 and O2 on Pd-based catalysts
Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., Just Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.5b00686
Publication Date (Web): June 29, 2015
Copyright © 2015 American Chemical Society


Gas flow-through microcalorimetry has been applied to study the Pd/Al2O3 type catalysts in the exothermic hydrogen recombination process: H2 + O2  H2O, in view of the potential application in the passive autocatalytic recombination (PAR) technology. The flow mode experiments revealed thermokinetic oscillations, i.e., the oscillatory rate of heat evolution accompanying the process and the corresponding oscillations in the differential heat of process, in sync with oscillatory conversion of hydrogen. Mathematical chaos in the rate of heat evolution has been confirmed. In the outburst of quasiperiodic oscillations of large amplitude, the instances of differential heats as high as 700 kJ/mol H2 have been detected, exceeding the heat of water formation (242 kJ/mol H2) by a factor of nearly three. Another occurrence of anomalously high thermal effects has been measured in calorimetric oxygen titration using 0.09 μmol pulses of O2 injected onto hydrogen- or deuterium-saturated catalysts, including 2%Pd/Al2O3, 5%Pd/Al2O3 and 2%PdAu/Al2O3. Repeatedly, the saturation/oxidation cycles showed the heat evolutions in certain individual O2 pulses as high as 1100 kJ/mol O2, i.e., 550 kJ/mol H2, again twice as much as the heat of water formation. It has been pointed out that it seems prudent for the PAR technologists to assume a much larger rate of heat evolution than those calculated on the basis of a standard thermodynamic value of the heat of water formation, in order to account for the possibility of large thermokinetic oscillation occasionally appearing in the recombination process of hydrogen. A possible relation of the anomalous heat evolution to an inadvertent occurrence of low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) phenomena is also briefly considered.

by T.J.H.S. Schuwer (Thesis)
LENR is mentioned!

5) 20 years before LENR aircraft says Rossi

News from Zaporozhe  from A. P. Khrischanovi ch
Новости из Запорожья от А.П. Хрищановича
In Moscow an experiment was performed with changing the tablets of titanium hydride with nickel in order to compare the behaviors of nickel and titanium.
The experiment was made at Moscow in a stainless steel reactor. It was charged pure nickel wiy=thout additives 10 grams. The thermocouple is inside the reactor in the middle of the powder. Heating of the reactor was done with high frequency inductor.
The experiments have shown that for nickel with equilibrium temperature of 670-750 C the repeatability of of results and the delta of temperature rise are lower than for titanium for the addition of hydrogen in a quartz reactor. It is possible the best starting temperature is in the range of 450-500C for the delta of temperature rise.                                                                                       Now in Zaporozhe it was finished the assembling of the quartz reactor for the visualization of the process of temperature rise and for continuation of the experiments  with nickel and titanium. It has remained only the installation of the lectrical circuits for heating of the hydrogen generator with hydrides.
video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0Hxl_HOCZU&feature=youtu.be

An important theory paper- thanks to Brad Lowe
Theory Describing All Forces and Prediction of the Baryon Rest Masses by a Relativistic Scalar Gravity Theory Based on Mass-Energy Equivalence 
Stephen A. Lipinski and Hubert M. Lipinski Unified Gravity Corporation feedback@unifiedgravity.com
The Lipinskis are working on a lithium hydrogen fusion technology that looks promising.
Bill Gates to invest $2bn in breakthrough renewable energy projects

1 comment:

  1. Bill Gates to invest two billion in Alternatives http://renewables.seenews.com/news/bill-gates-plans-to-spend-usd-2bn-on-renewables-in-5-years-report-482196