Sunday, October 23, 2016



About Revolutions

Revolutions are always more exciting than baby steps. (Philip Bump 
Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy. (Franz Kafka) 
Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny. They have only shifted it to another shoulder. ( George Bernard Shaw) 

Revolution is just one crowd taking power from another. (John Updike)

We used to think that revolutions are the cause of change. Actually it is the other way around: change prepares the ground for revolution. (Eric Hoffer)

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable. (John F. Kennedy)

The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall. (Che Guevara)

A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture, or doing embroidery. (Mao Zedong)

A revolution is not a bed of roses. A revolution is a struggle to the death between the future and the past. (Fidel Castro)

You cannot make a revolution with silk gloves. (Joseph Stalin)

a) 1956 my first revolution

Today we celebrate the 60 the anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
a heroic fight for freedom. We mourn the many victims of the fast repression that came mercilessly. 
The heroes have preserved a high degree of moral perfection and ideality
Revolutions are orgasms or fits of History and as such do not last much- a victorious revolution becomes a contradiction in terms; the initial ideals are lost and a struggle 
for power starts (see Mottoes)  Think about the French Revolution- its ideals are shining and are eternal however Terror has surfaced and it  ended with an Emperor.
Or what has followed after the Great October Revolution in the Soviet Union. 
Our 1989 Revolution has lead to a strange mixture of good and bad things- corruption being a leit-motif. Think about the unwanted consequences of the revolutions against dictatorship in countries as Libya. Ask your Italian friends.

But I am not expert in politics and history. I have my very personal remembrances re the 1956. We the students from Timisoara (I was the in the 2nd year of Industrial Chemistry) have organized an echo movement of sympathy for the Hungarian events. I participated t a meeting on Oct 30  and at  demonstration march on October 31 - some 1000 students In the center of the City, near the Cathedral We were surrounded by the army and loaded in trucks. I have seen how scared and confused the young soldiers are and I made maneuvers to be in the very last of the many army trucks. The convoy was circulating rather slowly so at a proper place I jumped from the truck and run as fast as I could, entered a house then through the courtyard I jumped over a fence in my favorite restaurant garden CINA and then hiding as much as could I went home. My colleagues were carried to the garrison of Becicherec a near village and convinced by the adequate means to sign declarations of obedience and  loyalty to the Communist Party.
A few days later when the Universities and the Polytechnics started to work again, we all have signed those declarations- the alternative being expelled  from the university and going to prison.
The Party Secretary of our Faculty a tovarishch Bunescu delivered  a fulminating discourse: "How do you dare..." was the refrain. He was an actor, spoke pathetically about the inerrancy of the Communist Party, we sinned, we have to repent. We were discouraged but life continued.

b) Ed Storms answers to AXIL

AXIL asks some questions on your blog. Clearly, he has not bothered to read my book where I address the problem of control  and meltdown.  Right now, the important problem is to discover how to cause the effect and to identify the unique conditions required to support the nuclear reaction.  I suggest AXIL try to focus on this issue and read what I have written before describing what I have not done.

Also, when discussing melting, the critical temperature is NOT the melting point of pure Pd or Ni, but the melting point caused by the local concentration of the many impurities, each of which will lower the local melting point, which is the evidence for melting that is actually observed


1)  From Greg Goble:
New Airbus LENR patent,d.d24This is the most recent Airbus LENR patent. It describes in fine detail the method for creating and sustaining the nuclear fusion reaction. 



"Material assembly for a fusion reactor and method for producing the same" 

Inventor: Bernhard Kotzias
Original Assignee: Airbus Defence and Space GmbH
Filing date: 2016-03-15
Publication date: 2016-09-21

Abstract (translated from German)

Disclosed is a material structure for a fusion reactor, comprising at least one material, which is designed as a foam-like support material for condensable binding and fusing of hydrogen, wherein the substrate is provided with positively charged voids for condensing hydrogen atoms, small pores for receiving the condensate and comprises accelerating condensation after prior entry of atoms or molecules in these and large pores for the transport of a catalyst into the small pores. Furthermore, a process for producing the material assembly is disclosed.

2) Also from Greg Goble!


(similar title as the NASA - Joe Zawodny LENR patent)

"Method for the Producing Heavy Electrons"

Inventor: Mauro Schiavon
Original Assignee: Schiavon, Mauro
Filing date: 2016-04-01
Publication date: 2016-10-05


A method is presented for the continuous production of heavy electrons with extra mass values such that they can be captured by hydrogen ions and give rise to the generation of a neutron flux which optionally can be used to trigger and sustain a low energy nuclear reaction. This method is based on the physical phenomenon of Localized Plasmon Resonance (Local Surface Plasmon Resonance - LSPR).

Background of the invention
[0002] Recently a theory was advanced that combines the energy developed by the "Low Energy Nuclear Reactions" (LENR - Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) with the production of heavy electrons. Briefly, this theory proposed by Widom and Larsen, states that at the base of the development of low-energy nuclear reactions there are appropriate energy resonance conditions of "surface plasmon polaritons" (Surface Plasmon Polariton - SPP) capable of producing heavy electrons that interact with hydrogen ions in a crystal of a metal hydride or of an electrically conductive material that has hydrogen ions on the surface.


The same source, of the hacking attempt I gave warning of several days ago, is sending around another fake email, signed “Fabio Penon” containing an attachment that leads to the hacking of your computer.
If you receive an email signed Fabio Penon, obviously it is a fake, and it is dangerous, therefore delete it immediately from your mail and from your trash.
This anyway is the sign of the level of desperation our foes are arrived to.
Warm Regards,
Dr Andrea Rossi, CEO of Leonardo Corporation


Non-metal catalyst splits hydrogen molecule
Boron compounds extend range of possible chemical synthesis applications
Date:October 21, 2016
Source:Goethe University Frankfurt
Hydrogen (H2) is an extremely simple molecule and yet a valuable raw material which as a result of the development of sophisticated catalysts is becoming more and more important. In industry and commerce, applications range from food and fertilizer manufacture to crude oil cracking to utilization as an energy source in fuel cells. A challenge lies in splitting the strong H-H bond under mild conditions. Chemists have now developed a new catalyst for the activation of hydrogen by introducing boron atoms into a common organic molecule.


Technology does not equal innovation, but using technology is often crucial to innovation.

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  1. Peter


  2. Peter
    Tired from Lenr forum


  3. How many patents!
    A lot of partially blind hunters shooting toward some rumors
    or hoping to catch an unknown prey with varius traps.
    LENR could become in the next future the greatest affair for laywers!

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