Thursday, May 27, 2010

Navy Scientists Zip Lips LENR

In June 2005, M.E. reported that since February 2002, the U.S. Navy revealed some of its researchers had been studying cold fusion on the quiet more or less continuously since debate started. These studies were conducted by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San Diego.

UPDATE (March 2009) - Analytical chemist Pamela Mosier-Boss of SPAWAR has broken the silence. Speaking at the American Chemical Society in Salt Lake City (the site of the infamous Pons/Fleischmann press conference) she described The first scientific report of the production of highly energetic neutrons from a LENR device. LENR means Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, a euphemism since the words "cold fusion" tend to incite fits of conventional science heresy.

Unlike Pons and Fleischmann, Mosier-Boss's results were accepted by a peer review scientific journal, Naturwissenschaften.

"People have always asked 'Where's the neutrons?'" Mosier-Boss says. "If you have fusion going on, then you have to have neutrons. We now have evidence that there are neutrons present in these LENR reactions."

In addition:
1) - Tadahiko Mizuno, Ph.D., of Hokkaido University in Japan, reported the production of excess heat generation and gamma ray emissions from an unconventional LENR device that uses phenanthrene, a type of hydrocarbon, as a reactant.
2) - Antonella De Ninno, Ph.D., a scientist with New Technologies Energy and Environment in Italy, described evidence supporting the existence of low energy nuclear reactions. She conducted lab experiments demonstrating simultaneous production of excess heat and helium gas, tell-tale evidence supporting the nuclear nature of LENR, and shows that scientists can control the phenomenon.
3) - DARPA? Silence.

Like M.E. you have no serious reaction to our Navy's efforts with LENR. No fun to be in the dark is it? Here is something clever, much easier, and guaranteed to put you in the sunlight that you can try at home. Remember, your fingerprints will be on it (if you forget to tether) and you are responsible for any resulting hazards to navigation or UFO reports.
Submarines are always silent and strange.



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