January 14, 2012
A revolutionary development in Energy production which was discovered years ago is now reality. Cold Fusion, as it was once called, is now believed to be a major source of Energy for the future.
The discovery and development of this new technology which is called Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) is the product of many years of research originally conducted by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons.
NASA just released on January 12th 2012 a video that describes how LENR works and the practical benefits. The video is now in the process of being seen globally with dev-test.intellihub.com being one of the first to bring this information to the public – even NASA has not officially publicized this discovery.
The video is from the NASA Langley Research Center video on LENR, (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) featuring NASA senior research scientist Joseph Zawodny.
The original video is titled: Method for Enhancement of Surface Plasmon Polaritons to Initiate & Sustain LENR in MHS and is available at the NASA Technology Gateway site.
A simple explanation of LENR from Wikipedia describes the technology as;
“Cold fusion, also called low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), is a type of relatively low temperature nuclear reaction reported to have occurred by some experimenters, but which others have not been able to reproduce. Both the experimental results and the hypothesis are disputed. The ideas gained attention after the reports of Martin Fleischmann, then one of the world’s leadingelectrochemists, and Stanley Pons in 1989 that they had produced anomalous heat (“excess heat”) of a magnitude they asserted would defy explanation except in terms of nuclear processes.”
Many articles are online including the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency report on cold fusion: Technology Forecast: Worldwide Research on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Increasing and Gaining Acceptance DIA-08-0911-003, 13 November 2009, and the CBS 60 Minutes reports on cold fusion on April 19, 2009. See News (“60 Minutes”).
Lattice Energy LLC United States Patent: 7,893,414
Zawodny, Joseph. M. and Krivit, S.B., “Widom-Larsen Theory: Possible Explanation of LENR,” Nuclear Energy Encyclopedia, Steven B. Krivit, Editor-in-Chief, Jay H. Lehr, Series Editor, John Wiley & Sons, 978-0-470-89439-2 (Aug. 2011)
NASA United States Patent Application 20110255645
January 13, 2012 by Editor
Uploaded by giuliopriscotube on Jan 13, 2012
A NASA Langley Research Center video on LENR, (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) featuring NASA senior research scientist Joseph Zawodny.
Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT
The 60 Minutes investigator said;
“And we found that the pentagon is saying it too. The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, known as DARPA did its own analysis, and we obtain this internal memo that concludes there is, quote ‘… no doubt that anomalous excess heat is produced in these experiments.'” And, “Now the pentagon is funding more experiments at the Naval research lab in Washington D.C., and at McKubre’s lab in California.”
You can watch the 60 Minutes interview at:
Although this current research into LENR – Cold Fusion appears to be conclusive, it should be noted that this information being released by NASA at this time may reveal a covert reason for doing so – namely, to discredit Steven Jones’ integrity and degrade his research into 9/11 – call it a Conspiracy Theory.
Further, it is not our intent to highlight Steven Jones involvement in Cold Fusion other than to make readers of dev-test.intellihub.com aware of this historical fact.
Accordingly, the Wikipedia article on Cold Fusion states:
In 1988, Fleischmann and Pons applied to the United States Department of Energy for funding towards a larger series of experiments. Up to this point they had been funding their experiments using a small device built with $100,000 out-of-pocket.
The grant proposal was turned over for peer review, and one of the reviewers was Steven E. Jones of Brigham Young University. Jones had worked for some time on muon-catalyzed fusion, a known method of inducing nuclear fusion without high temperatures, and had written an article on the topic entitled “Cold nuclear fusion” that had been published in Scientific American in July 1987.
Fleischmann and Pons and co-workers met with Jones and co-workers on occasion in Utah to share research and techniques. During this time, Fleischmann and Pons described their experiments as generating considerable “excess energy”, in the sense that it could not be explained by chemical reactions alone. They felt that such a discovery could bear significant commercial value and would be entitled to patent protection. Jones, however, was measuring neutron flux, which was not of commercial interest. In order to avoid problems in the future, the teams appeared to agree to simultaneously publish their results, although their accounts of their March 6 meeting differ.
It’s interesting to note the chain of events surrounding the initial reaction to Cold Fusion.
On May 1, 1989, the American Physical Society held a session on cold fusion in Baltimore, including many reports of experiments that failed to produce evidence of cold fusion. At the end of the session, eight of the nine leading speakers stated that they considered the initial Fleischmann and Pons claim dead with the ninth, Johann Rafelski, abstaining. Steven E. Koonin of Caltech called the Utah report a result of “the incompetence and delusion of Pons and Fleischmann” which was met with a standing ovation. Douglas R. O. Morrison, a physicist representing CERN, was the first to call the episode an example of pathological science.
On May 4, due to all this new criticism, the meetings with various representatives from Washington were cancelled.
From May 8 only the A&M tritium results kept cold fusion afloat.
In July and November 1989, Nature published papers critical of cold fusion claims. Negative results were also published in several other scientific journals including Science, Physical Review Letters, and Physical Review C (nuclear physics).[notes 2]
Interestingly enough there is a more recent update to the Wikipedia article:
In April 2011 Dennis M. Bushnell, Chief scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, stated that LENR is a very “interesting and promising” new technology that is likely to advance “fairly rapidly.”  In a recent presentation researchers fromNASA Glenn Research Center expressed a great potential for LENR.
“Twenty-Year History of Lattice-Enabled Nuclear Reactions (LENR) – Hiding in Plain Sight” video presentation by US Navy SPAWAR and associated researchers (slides)
Series Uploaded by kivalabs on Jan 17, 2008
Edmund Storms discusses the methods used to generate low energy nuclear reactions (LENR).
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The following document (pdf) is from a slide presentation by NASA Senior Research Scientist Joseph Zawodny on August 12, 2009, on LENRs called “An Energetics Revolution for ALL of NASA’s Missions and a Solution to Climate Change and the Economic Meltdown.” posted at newenergytimes.com
Cold Fusion Colloquium at MIT –>
The following just released video series on the topics of Cold Fusion and anti gravity research consisting of 14 videos is absolutely marvelous! What a master piece. Some academic scientists just went public.
Part 1: “how Planck’s constant was calculated experimentally.”
Part 2: “This segment tells the history of cold fusion research, and the advancements that were made, leading to Frank’s first clue.”
Part 3: “In this series I cover the groundbreaking work of Frank Znidarsic. This segment covers gravitomagnetism…”
Part 4: “This segment covers gravitomagnetism…”
Part 5: “This segment covers Bose-Einstein condensates.”
Part 6: “This segment covers the mechanism for anti-gravity and cold fusion.”
Part 7: “This segment covers the mechanism for anti-gravity and cold fusion.”
Part 8: “This segment covers proof of impedence match, importance of Bose-Einstein condensates, and transmutation of elements in cold fusion.”
Part 9: “This segment covers cold fusion in detail”
Part 10: “This segment covers importance of palladium and history of quantum theory.”
“This segment covers how to make $100 and save the world at the same time, how to download Frank’s papers, and also how Planck’s constant was calculated experimentally.”
Part 12: “This segment covers how to calculate Planck’s constant from a classical framework, and some great quantum mysteries.”
Part 13: “This segment covers how to calculate Planck’s constant from a classical framework, and some great quantum mysteries.”
Part 14: “This segment covers the width of a photon, and an explanation for the 2 slit experiment.”
Lastly, for the readers who have reached this point, here’s a link to a document that details Lunar Events such as sightings and other anomalies that were recorded many years prior to the Lunar Apollo Program.