Is the “Weak Force” the Key to LENR?

On September 12, 2012, in Blog, by David Niebauer

By David Niebauer In the early part of the 20th Century physicists theorized that a mysterious force held the nucleus of an atom together.  When it was demonstrated that this force could be tapped, releasing tremendous amounts of energy, a wave of excitement swept the scientific world.  It took only a few short years before […]

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Seducing the Coulomb Barrier

On August 1, 2012, in Blog, by David Niebauer

by David Niebauer “In contrast to conventional experience based on using high energy to overcome the Coulomb barrier by brute force, the CANR [Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reaction] environment apparently uses a mechanism that can neutralize the barrier. This more subtle method apparently is obscured when high energy is applied, this situation being like the difference […]

New Year’s Resolution: Commercialize Free Energy Technology

On January 3, 2012, in Blog, by David Niebauer

by David Niebauer In the tradition of starting off the New Year with a resolution, I have decided to go large this year.  I predict that 2012 will be the year that low energy nuclear reaction technology (LENR), also known as “cold fusion,” breaks out of the lab and into the commercial market. I hereby […]

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Rossi Energy Catalyzer: The “New Fire”?

On June 15, 2011, in Blog, by David Niebauer

by David Niebauer I recently listened to an astounding podcast of an interview with Dennis Bushnell, Chief Scientist at NASA’s Langley Research Center, talking about low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) and devices that are apparently generating significant energy in the form of heat, with very little input of raw material and no radioactive waste. Bushnell […]