Thursday, November 12, 2015



What we usually consider AS IMPOSSIBLE are simply engineering problems.
There’s no Law of physics preventing them. (Dr Michio Kaku)

Note: I have stolen this from Andrea Rossi's  blog because it is bright and exactly what we need. As far I remember this openness is in some contradiction with what Michio Kaku thinks and says about LENR. Will he change his opinion?


a) LENR-EURO-page

 I have to confess that I am increasingly worried for the European civilization nad culture. There is no nae and no comparison for the immensity of the blunder-in-course made by our leaders who invited an army of mixed invaders that will never accept our values and rules. General catastrophe is a pale euphemism  for what they have done.
In this tragic context the importance of European contributions to LENR 's fast progress toward commercialization is decisive. I hope that the genuinely European LENR Cities will be the leading organization. You have read yesterday Michel Vanderberghe's -LENR CEO: "Disrupt your own company – Before LENR disrupts it for you" Stimulative, attractive, original well written. Please now read the author's supplementary explanations.

Michel has also sent a few personal comments and answers:

When i was a young guy i've read a book written by Yona Friedman about feasible utopia. What a feasible utopia is ? 
An universal problem, a solution but to match the problem and the solution, a global adoption process is required as each people has a share of the problem. He would add : People need to find mutual self-interests to solve their respective problem. They have nothing to share except to agree on doing that in an orchestrated way.

Have you started or initiated serious LENR technological research?

Too early to publish information. Only highlights: 
Program. Nuclear waste remediation. initial project proposal built and discussed with some actors in EU. We also would like to connect to Tohoku / Clean Planet in Japan.
Program. Energy. Lenr-Cities focus is about LENRG making the technology. Will be addressed in stage II presentation.
Program. Certification. Building a plan ( see attached file)
Program New generation. On going discussion with several universities in EU.

When (if) will your strategic Plan be published?
Before end of year if if if .  :-)
Thank you dear Michel and wish you great success.

b) Discussions re LENR Theories

Edmund Storms has answered

You seem to think we have a different approach; that I'm focusing on problems while you are focusing on solutions. How do you find a solution if you do not understand the problem?  The present "solutions" ignore the problem LENR presents. The most critical problem is getting it to occur when an attempt is made. What is your solution to this problem?
I have to agree that he was all time solutions-oriented (I think I have read all his ppaers and it is along list). What we have to discuss is:in which extent have you to understand problem in order to solve- mathematical and real-life occluding scientific/technological problems- differ

Yes, I focus on PdD because we have the most good information about this condition. We have practically no information about Ni-H2 other than what Rossi wants us to know.  If we can solve the PdD problem, we will be better able to understand Ni-H2.  What is gained by speculating about what might or might not be real about Ni-H2 when we can suspect most of the information is flawed?  I suggest we let Rossi succeed or fail and ignore the process in any scientific discussion. He is not providing scientific information.  What he says has no value to understanding the mechanism. He is a distraction to science while having possible importance only to commercial application.  Even that goal is still in doubt. 
Dear Ed, we cannot do more than we can; this sounds as a tautology- but it is about limitations. I seriously think that PD D has very low limits and so the performances cannot be essentially improved. In other words the PdD is imly NOT solvable.
As regarding Rossi what he needs is COMPETITION.
About NiH please take in consideration the great work of Piantelli and his team.


1) Microbial transmutation of 137Cs and LENR in growing biological systems
byVysotskii, V.I. (Kiev National Shevchenko University, Faculty of Radiophysics, Electronics and Computer Science, 01601, Vladimirskaya Str. 64, Kiev (Ukraine)); Kornilova, A.A. (Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics, 119899, Vorob'evy gory (Russian Federation)), E-mail:

 This article presents the results of long-term investigations of stable and radioactive isotopes transmutation in growing microbiological cultures. It is shown that transmutation during growth of microbiological associations is 20 times more effective than the same process in the form of 'clean' microbiological culture. In this work, the process of controlled decontamination of highly active reactor isotopes (reactor waste) through the process of growing microbiological associations has been studied. The most rapidly increasing decay rate of 137Cs isotope, which occurred with the 'effective' half life τ* ≈ 310 days (involving an increase in rate and decrease in half life by a factor of 35) was observed in the presence of Ca salt in closed flask with active water containing 137Cs solution and optimal microbiological association. (author)

2) Compositional Variations in Palladium Electrodes Exposed to Electrolysis

by A. Carpinteri et al
Abstract: Literature presents several cases of nuclear anomalies occurring in condensed matter, during fracture of solids, cavitation of liquids, and electrolysis experiments. Previous papers by the authors have recently shown that, on the surface of the electrodes exposed to electrolysis visible cracks and compositional changes are strictly related to nuclear particle emissions. In particular, a mechanical interpretation of the phenomenon was provided accounting to the hydrogen embrittlement effects. Piezonuclear reactions were considered responsible for the neutron and alpha particle emissions detected during the electrolysis. Such effects are thoroughly studied in a new experimental campaign, where three pure palladium (100 % Pd) cathodes coupled with Ni anodes are used for electrolysis, separately exposed to processes of different duration: 2.5 h, 5 h and 10 h, respectively. In this paper, the authors intend to show the new results concerning the changes on the surface of the electrodes in terms of composition and presence of cracks after the electrolytic process. Measures of heat generation as well as of neutron emission will be reported.

3) Neutron Emissions from Hydrodynamic Cavitation

A Manuello, R Malvano, O Borla, A Palumbo… - Fracture, Fatigue, Failure …, 2016

4) Eliot Bernstein: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) technology that has the potential to provide inexpensive, limitless energy 24/7 – a working prototype tested at the prestigious Stanford Research Institute (SRI)

5) The future of fusion

6) New Energy Times Rossi Energy Catalyzer News
Posted on Nov 12 2015 by warta mastah\
Has this something to do with Steve Krivit? I doubt!

7) E-Cat Lab moving to Raleigh Suburb:

8) Creating the Context forLENR paper:
Plasmonics with a Twist: Taming Optical Tornadoes on the Nanoscale
Svetlana V. Boriskina

10) LENR News updated here:

11) Journal of Unclear Physics

A journal dedicated to Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) Rossi's Energy Catalyser

 Holmlid's ultradense deuterium

12) Andrea Rossi- what could be the results of a 250 days experiments as global COP? Old age is a generator of troubles, I know.
November 12th, 2015 at 11:18 AM

Frank Acland:
1MW troublesome, working on issues.
E-Cat X very good.
Warm Regards,

13) Lewis Larsen says the Widom Larsen theory  explains US Navy's new patent for heat generation- similar to the Mitsubishi meth0d


Mats Lewan calls our attention to a renaisssance of fusion energy- performed smarter
White House Strikes a Blow for Advanced Nuclear Reactors
The Department of Energy will help startups navigate the testing and licensing process—but some nuclear entrepreneurs doubt it will be enough.

Breakthrough in superconducting materials opens new path to fusion
New high-temperature superconducting materials are also compatible with high magnetic fields

Leading in an Increasingly VUCA World


  1. "I seriously think that PD D has very low limits and so the performances cannot be essentially improved."

    This is already disproved by the first Pons/Fleischmann meltdown, and replicated by other "meltdown" experiments. That these meltdowns cannot be reproduced "on demand" is the problem.....not any inherent quality of PdD being a "low energy" system. "IF" NiH has any advantage, it is that it uses more readily available and less expensive materials.

    1. The cube meltdown event is described very convincingly here:
      Despite this it is a singulaarity and is destructive; I have never seen a photoof it- say of the hoole in concrete.
      Can it prove in any way an excess heat event at a high intenaity for longer duration, or was it some very fast event?

  2. Having a European background and a daughter still living in Sweden I can see and hear the problem with the immigration by people with a totally different attitude. Sweden has gone from 7 million people to almost 10 during my lifetime and most of it the last 20 years. Hard to keep the culture and as I visit I can see the differences. Unfortunately I have to say they are mostly negative.
    Everybody knows about it. Nobody raise their voice and get the discussion going. I think it is because of EU. Too big of an organization (I know that is repetitive). Why Europe needed to copy the worst part of the US system I cannot understand.
    We have the mass-psychos situation. Too many people can get something out of the situation and they are in leading positions. Their message cannot be reverted as they are 'king'. (Habsburg were no worse.)
    To go against the mass policy means you have to stand out and that take so much courage that most p[eople avoid it by just 'glide ' along.

    1. Thanks reality, Sweden is awakening. Problems have to be solved in place not moved-migrated.