Wednesday, October 7, 2015



Dear Friends,
PLEASE tell: which old ideas and principles have to be abandoned and 
which new ideas and principles  have to be accepted, developed and used in order
to solve the problems of LENR?
For the sake of simplicity- please no more than a dozen ideas in one essay.
For the sake of LENR and its future, please reject any hope of simplicity in solutions.


1) MFMP  publishes statement frm Naval Research Labs source on LENR

2) A critical discussion about the possibility of directly extracting electric energy from LENR, taking into account the configurations of Rossi, Piantelli, Open Power

3) A Comparative Analysis about the Role of Lithium in A. Rossi’s Patent, F. Piantelli’s Patent and Open Power’s Patent Application

4) Electron Mediated Nuclear Reactions (EMNR) - Andrea Calaon (Terni Conference - Claudio Pace)
5) Andrea Rossi about the household E-Cat
October 7th, 2015 at 7:02 PM

Giannino Ferro Casagrande:
Thank you.
About the domestic E-Cat off the shelf: it is absolutely impossible to make a scheduling. Supposed at the end of Feb we will have positive results ( but this is not sure) we will have to:
1- buy a factory ( that’s fast)
2- buy and install the massive production system
3- complete the safety certification
How much time will be necessary for these issues? I do not know, but I will continue to work to make it as fast as possible.
Honestly, I am already working on this; the engineering of the robotized lines is done. We are working.
Warm Regards,

6) In the USA it was created a harmless nuclear reactor of 1MW based on Li-7
В США запущен безопасный ядерный реактор 1 МВт на Li-7

7) The recent interview with Andrea Rossi in Russian
07/10/2015]  Интервью с Андреа Росси, пионером низкоэнергетического ядерного синтеза

8) A Small Peek At IEEE Meeting On “LENR PHENOMENON”


About reproducibility
How scientists fool themselves – and how they can stop
Humans are remarkably good at self-deception. But growing concern about reproducibility is driving many researchers to seek ways to fight their own worst instincts. by Regina Nuzzo
07 October 2015


  1. Peter, regarding the experiments by the american navy, I am very pessimistic about it. All successful experiments, from low power to high power, from akito to defkalion and e-cats, they all use irregular or complicated geometries. This is was observed by Ed as his NAE, as the minimum condition. They want "clean" structures. I bet that won't work and it will be just another source of bad publicity for us.

    1. Simply, I agree with you. Nothing new here but it is well told.

  2. @Ecco

    You said:

    "What if Lithium, as a penetrating corrosive agent (especially in the case of Nickel), is accelerating the embrittlement/corrosion process so that eventually, yet at a quicker rate than normal, the right nanoscale structures can appear on the metal?"

    This is a good observation. This fits in with the fuel preprocessing that Rossi has done as seen in the Lugano test. The 100 micron nickel particle that the preprocess method produces is covered with lithium throughout its entire surface area. During preprocessing, the application of lithium at high temperatures might erode the surface of the nickel particle(S) to form nanocavities as happens in palladium at high hydrogen loading levels. Maybe the crack idea of Ed Storms holds merit.

    Parkhomov uses a low quality powder with lots of carbon on the surface. Lithium processing might erode that carbon and leave nano cavities on the surface of the nickel powder as occurs in palladium at high hydrogen loading. Maybe the Russian nickel powder is good because it is so poor in production. A powder with abundant carbon content might be the best type of powder to use.

    Furthermore, the surface of the nickel powder becomes saturated with lithium to the point where lithium is no longer consumed in nickel alloying. When the reaction begins with LAH, lithium is no longer consumed and remains free and available for the LENR reaction to use.

    Another thing that could be happening in the high carbon surface preprocessing of Russian nickel powder is that lithium carbide is formed on the surface of the powder. This lithium compound might produce both lithium and hydrogen Rydberg matter during the reaction stage through a desorption process at the surface of the particle right where the rydberg matter is most needed.

    However the particle preprocessing step can produce 1 nanometer cavities on the surface of the nickel particles as exists in iron oxide(rust) is good.

    Mizono uses an arc discharge to pit his substrate.

    Page 14 shows what nickel looks like after Mizono preprocesses his nickel or palladium surface with arc discharge. A rough and pitted surface is best in a catalyst.