NASA Calls Cold Fusion (LENR) a Game Changer

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NASA's Technology Gateway has posted a two-minute video that summarizes the emerging LENR field and the hope it brings for a world of clean, affordable energy. The overview features senior research scientist at NASA Langley, Joseph Zawodny describing a near future of home power devices.

By Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

A two-minute, non-technical video clip on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), previously called "cold fusion", has been uploaded to the NASA technology gateway website. It features senior research scientist at NASA Langley, Joseph Zawodny describing the new world that is possible from the Ni and H fusion science presently emerging.
Here's my favorite part:
Dr. Zawodny: "It has the demonstrated ability to produce excess amounts of energy, cleanly, without hazardous ionizing radiation, without producing nasty waste."
Narrator: "This clean form of energy is also power, able to support everything from transportation systems to infrastructure."
Dr. Zawodny: "The easiest implementation of this would be for the home. You would have a unit that would replace your water heater. And you would have some sort of cycle to derive electrical energy from that. And then it would dump its waste heat into the water or air handing system for the building. So it would be a dual use thing. It would be sitting there producing heat; [and] you'd drive electricity from it to run your electronics, power the house, power the building, power the lights. And then the waste heat would be used for environmental control [e.g. heat pump / air conditioning] and warm water."
Here's the video, as uploaded by FreeEnergyTruth to their YouTube channel.

Widom Larsen Ho Hum
I should mention that my associate, Hank Mills , is not at all happy with this video pushing the Widom Larsen theory. He think scientists are jumping on the WL theory because it makes this a non-fusion event, as a graceful way to let off the scientific community who has poo poed the cold fusion field this all these years.

Here are the stories we've published previously at PESN where Hank has talked about what considers to be inadequacies of the WL theory:

Overall a Great Development

Theory aside (all that can be haggled over by scientists for the next decade), I think this plug of LENR by NASA is a great development, lending credibility to the field in general, while specifically mentioning that excess heat has been generated from Nickel and Hydrogen, which is what several groups are pursuing, including Andrea Rossi and the E-Cat, Defkalion and their Hyperion, Piantelli, Celani, Ahern, and more.

You and I, out here in the fringe, might wonder why NASA plays UFO cover-up role (not to mention sequestering the reverse engineered technologies for their black budget operations which are of no benefit to the lay population other than to keep us enslaved), when they surely know they are for real. But the lay population puts NASA on a high pedestal, so a thumbs up from NASA on cold fusion is great news from that perspective. And that they would come out in favor, shows that times are changing.

The dike is cracking. The era of suppression of free energy technologies is coming to and end. As the days of the suppressors comes to an end, apparently NASA doesn't want to go down as having been a hold-out to the bitter end. There are good guys among them (about the same ratio as good guys in Congress [e.g. very few]), albeit trying to spin this as "not fusion" to give their colleagues a break from the anger that will erupt when people realize we could have had this technology two decades ago if it were not for the corrupt establishment, including the likes of MIT, NASA, and others, who called this "junk science" for political reasons, not scientific. Those who have been paraded as benevolent masters will be seen as the filthy overlords that they really have been. It's time for "power to the people", literally and figuratively.

I solute those in NASA who have come forward in favor of these breakthroughs.

Rossi comment
This just in
[5:45:23 PM] Babcat: Andrea Rossi
January 12th, 2012 at 5:42 PM

Dear Hanz Jager:
The fact that NASA is trying to copy my work honours me. But their theory is wrong. We will beat them, as well as all the other Competitors with our E-Cats: the E-Cats will have a too low price to allow NASA or anybody else to compete with us. They are Goliath, very big and strong, we are David…
Warm Regards,
And now...
Hank Mill's Commentary: Appended Jan. 12, 2012, 10:30 pm MST, then move to a separate page Jan. 13, 11:00 am.
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