Category Archives: Nukes

US Navy Patent on LENR / LANR Particle Source

The US Navy claims to have control of LENR / LANR enough to give your choice of soft X-rays on up to neutrons and more. They even have a patent on it that goes into great detail on how to DIY. So I’m of the opinion that it works. Continue reading

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Iran Nuke – 2 Months From When?

Who is lying about the Iranian Nuclear Bomb time line? And what lie has the biggest win? IF “the biggest lie wins the most”, we’re screwed with another “Peace In Our Time” fantasy. Continue reading

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Uranium From Seawater Advances

A review of some recent (2012 to 2014) advances in the extraction of Uranium from sea water, along with some speculation about long term price implications. Continue reading

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The DIY Garage Nuke Method – Or how to make a bomb without really trying…

A wandering thorough the technical wonderland and speculation about a potential path to a nuclear “device”. Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on LENR, Vibrations, Chrystals, Phonons, and Quantum Mechanics

Some thoughts on a Quantum Mechanical basis for LENR predictions, and some ideas on how to make a small scale LENR reactor that ought to work. Continue reading

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LENR Year Of Answers?

Some recent news makes this look like the year where we are likely to finally get an answer on “does it work or not?” for Cold Fusion / LENR power systems. A couple of players have said they will be commercialized in 2014. One can only watch and hope. Continue reading

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Skunkworks Fusion?

The Skunkworks thinks they can make a small hot fusion reactor work in 5 years. If anyone can do it, they can. Continue reading

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