'Link of the day' archive
- Mats Lewan's new book, An Impossible Invention, describes the career of inventor Andrea Rossi, including much information regarding his controversial 'energy catalyzer', which seemingly generates large amounts of energy though LENR (low energy nuclear reactions).
- Extensive testing supports Andrea Rossi's controversial claims:
considerable excess energy, inexplicable on conventional grounds, is
observed in his 'E-cat' reactor by independent investigators.
- An obituary by
Philip Ball in Nature recycles the familiar but erroneous
assertion that cold fusion was pathological science. Nature has
rejoinder by myself
(link now on this web site: no subscription to Nature required to
analysis also available.
- With its Martin Fleischmann obituary, a major UK newspaper (The Guardian) publishes a proper
account of cold
fusion, among other things correcting assertions frequently made to the
effect that the Fleischmann-Pons observations could not be
replicated. Further comment has been published by Nature
in the Correspondence section of its October 4th. issue (see above for link).
- Some questions for the UK Royal Society (regarding the treatment of its former Education Secretary resulting from demands for his expulsion by atheistic fellows of the Society)
- Francesco Celani (INFN Frascati) reviews cold
fusion experiments at CERN colloquium.
with Cornell re unsatisfactory management of the physics preprint
not reasoned response, the norm in response to concerns of arxiv's