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+ - NASA Langley Study On Cold Fusion's Potential in Aviation->

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Baldrson (78598) writes "Perpetually in-flight "skytrains" with which smaller aircraft would temporarily dock to exchange passengers and cargo, ground-effect flying container ships ala the Hughes Spruce Goose (only bigger and not made of spruce) and vertical takeoff and landing supersonic business jets were among among the aircraft potentials of cold fusion technology presented at NASA Langley's ARMD Seedling Seminar, February 25, 2014 in a study titled "Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Aircraft" (Warning: Adobe Connect). One comment heard: "There is a similar initiative in Lockheed/Martin.""
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+ - Independent Academic Validation of Industrially Useful Cold Fusion Device 2

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Baldrson (78598) writes "An energy revolution has been reported in a joint paper by scientists from Bologna University, Uppsala University and Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, titled "Indication of anomalous heat energy production in a reactor device containing hydrogen loaded nickel powder." This is the long-awaited independent validation of the infamous "E-Cat" or "Energy Catalyzer" by controversial inventor Andrea Rossi. Quoting the paper: "Even by the most conservative assumptions as to the errors in the measurements, the result is still one order of magnitude greater than conventional energy sources.""

+ - The Looming Energy Revolution: Low Energy Nuclear ->

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An anonymous reader writes "An energy revolution that promises decentralized generated, cheap, totally clean and unlimited energy could be happening right now and can take the world by surprise given the limited mainstream media coverage of the phenomenon... or... censorship??. Each day that passes scientific organizations validate the LENR technology and different entrepreneurs claim to be ready for marketing groundbreaking products based on that technology."
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