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LENR LANR Cold Fusion You Can Trust

It looks to me like M.I.T. have a proven to work example of LENR / LANR / Cold Fusion and have consistent controlled operation. 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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Is The UK Grid Approaching Instability?

An interesting tool lets you watch the UK Electric Grid dashboard. It looks to me like at no more than 50% more wind turbines, the UK grid destabilizes and failures happen. Also at about 5 GW less coal or nuke, it destabilizes. Not good. Continue reading

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PAPP LENR Superatoms Fusion

An odd trail, from an eccentric engine inventor, to Feynman, with death and explosions, on to strange chemistry and some hints on LENR. Continue reading

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