Cold Fusion Cell from U.S. Naval experiments
In an amazing turn of events, recent positive tests of Rossi’s E-Cat or Energy Catalyzer cold fusion-type device, (LENR–Low Energy Nuclear Reaction to be more precise), has fueled new, serious, and growing interest in the this potential energy source. Bill Gates recently visited a well-known Cold Fusion lab in Italy. Is this a vindication of Fleischmann and Pons’ heavily vilified research from the 1980’s? If so, this is a huge story that cannot be overestimated. It implies that mainstream scientific and academic research got it wrong about Cold Fusion. Here are some new articles from the past few days.
“The Miraculous Machine” — Dome Magazine (Dec. 2015)
“Is Cold Fusion Back in Style?” — Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Dec. 2015) as reported by the site E-Catworld.com with partial English translation from German.
Triple tracks in U.S. Navy Cold Fusion experiment
After several decades of mind-numbing, even pathological skepticism about Cold Fusion energy by the mainstream scientific community and most of the news media (with the exception of NBC’s 60 Minutes), everything looks set to change. Yes, MIT, the New York Times, Time magazine, the U.S. Patent Office and Scientific American all appear to have got it wrong! With the apparently successful test of Rossi’s LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) E-Cat device, all of sudden there is lots of renewed interest in the technology. While critics say there’s no theory to explain it, some devices seem to produce a sustained, robust fusion-like energy reaction at a nuclear level. Bill Gates recently traveled to Italy’s ENEA to see it explained to him first-hand by Dr. Vittorio Violante and colleagues. Now, two mainstream academics are calling for a renewed effort to understand how it works, renew funding, and start assessing the global implications of such a low-cost, non-polluting energy source.
Huffington Post article — “Low Energy Nuclear Reactions”
In an intriguing and exciting idea that extends Hugh Everett’s multiverse, physicists now propose to do away with the quantum wave function entirely, and replace it with the complex interactions of multiple parallel universes. They’re calling it the “Many Interacting Worlds” theory and suggest that what appears to be a quantum wave function is instead the outcome of subtle interactions between parallel realities. The creators of this new idea say it explains such puzzling phenomena as quantum tunneling and zero-point energy. Some are even going so far as to suggest that parallel realities communicate with one another. This new idea seems to fit perfectly with the positive results over 100 years of remote viewing experiments and practice and other heretofore unexplained phenomena.
New Scientist article on Ghost Universes (requires subscription for full view)
Original article in Physical Review X (you can read the summary here)
Citizen Hearing, International Panel, April 2013, National Press Club
Here’s how to contact your Congressional representative. There haven’t been any Congressional hearings on extraterrestrials since 1968. With your help, we can make a difference and start finding out the truth about this complex and mysterious phenomena.
The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, sponsored by the Paradigm Research Group, has launching its Congressional Hearing Initiative, whose aim is to educate members of Congress about the 5-day testimony given by former aerospace, military, and intelligence employees about the extraterrestrial presence on Earth in April, 2013 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER. The proceedings were governed by 5 former members of Congress. If you are interested in participating you can tweet, fax, email, and contact your representatives in Congress so they are better informed about the super exciting subject of extraterrestrial disclosure.
How to contact your Congressional representatives
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E-Cat in operation
Here’s a worthy critique of the recent third-party E-Cat test in Lugano, Switzerland, by Ethan Siegel. He basically says the whole thing was a hoax. I don’t agree with the author for a variety of reasons, but mostly because almost all new scientific inventions had similar accusations thrown at them. The Wright Brothers, Edison’s phonograph, or Leeuwenhoek’s microscope? Take your pick. They were all considered hoaxes too in their time. Here’s Siegel’s article. And then, if you will, read this thorough, sound response from Michael Lammert.
By the way, if you want to read about how often this accusation has been made against other successful technologies and inventions, I recommend Stanton Friedman’s wonderful book Science Was Wrong: Startling Truths About Cures, Theories, and Inventions ” They” Declared Impossible.
Creative Intelligence LIVE class with Dr. Simeon Hein
Do you feel stuck? Would you like to boost your creativity, natural insight, and intuition? If so, I might have something that might interest you. I’ll be teaching my LIVE “Creative Intelligence” class in November where we’ll learn how “remote view” our future selves, connect with our higher minds, and learn to work with our deeper intuition. The purpose is to get you moving with respect to your projects, goals, and ideas. Many students who have taken the class have said it produced some great results for them. Space is limited, click to find out more.
This media event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., featured former nuclear missile control officers from different Air Force bases in the United States that experienced UFO incidents from the 1960’s onward. Missile launch systems were compromised, disabled, or in a few alarming cases, briefly activated.