Professor Alexander Parkhomov of Lomonosov Moscow State University has published a paper describing his successful replication of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat LENR or cold fusion device. It seems Parkhomov managed to acquire enough working data from Swedish and Italian academics to execute an experimental replication that offers data showing 2.74 more energy out than put in. […]

Jaeyoung Park, Chief Scientist at EMC2 presented the team’s work to date and explored the level of what’s needed to continue research to a net power electrostatic nuclear fusion reactor. The presentation was given at the 16th U.S. Japan 2014 Workshop. This link here downloads the pdf file of Park’s presentation. It a very graphically […]

2014 has been a good year for the fusion community. For those of us watching LPPFusion, that was named Lawrenceville Plasma Physics or known as Focus Fusion, they made an announcement yesterday that deserves notice. LPPFusion is preparing for a further stage of their experiment, when they switch from using deuterium as a fuel to […]

University of Washington (UW) engineers believe their new fusion reactor design has the greatest potential of producing economical fusion power of any current concept. The team’s analysis shows their reactor scaled up to the size of a large electrical power plant would rival costs for a new coal-fired plant with a similar electrical output. The […]

Sandia’s scientists report that working with two magnetic fields and a laser, all at low points of their power outputs, the Z machine has released neutrons in an amount surprisingly close to ‘break-even’ fusion. The new result comes from using a method fully functioning for only little more than a year. The experimental work is […]

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