Monday, June 22, 2015

National Publication Headlines the Inevitable

AftenPost of Norway is one of the first to comment on Industrial Heat’s 1MW pre-production LENR commercial heater. The title: “Power Already Produced from ‘Impossible Source'”

Here are excerpts from an item in E-CatWorld:

Journalist Bjørkeng writes (Google translated):
“Renowned physicists deny that it is possible. But the inventor Andrea Rossi claims he now produces one million watts using cold fusion for a commercial customer – in an ordinary shipping container. An independent source confirmed to Aftenposten that the power plant already is in operation in a secret US customer.

What is new is that an independent source can confirm that the experiment actually exists and seems to work well..”
I think that’s a fair conclusion given the fact that the testing period is not over and results of the test have not been published. But I do think that the signs are good that the plant is performing well… and a new superior energy source has been discovered and is ready to be put to use…"


The heat is now on for other large publications to update their draft articles on LENR and try to beat competitors’ long-delayed reporting of the inevitable.
It is also a wake up call to industrialists, investors, and utilities to get informed about LENR. One can ignore reality, but not its consequences. Indeed, every consumer, every employer, and every organization is about to be impacted by the "new fire."
Stay tuned for up-dates.

Expose -first published September 2013
Former f
senior counsel at the World Bank explains how banking power-grabbers managed to dominate the media as well as control 60% of world finances.

Update June 23, 2015
This week, Deutsche Welle hosts a gathering of journalists to address the sorry state of news reporting:
Some attendees want to find answers to how journalism can improve its job of reporting in keeping with the new times and technology.

Update June 28, 2015
Deutche Welle reports: ...the 34-yr-old German reactor at Gafenheinfeld was taken offline at one minute to midnight on June 28th. Grafenrheinfeld, in the north of Bavaria, first went into service in 1981.
It is the first reactor to close since Germany shut down the oldest eight of its 17 plants in 2011, just prior to the Fukushima meltdown. Germany will next switch off one of two reactors at the neighboring Gundremmingen plant. It plans to shut down all nuclear power plants in the country by 2022.

While Japan's Fukushima radio-active meltdown continues unabated and Canada and other nations tempt fate by rubber-stamping operational extensions of old nuclear plants, Germany sets a sane example.

also, this follow-up DW article:

Update Earlier in 2015

The European Federation of Journalists present a report called: Untold Stories _How Corruption and Conflicts of Interest Stalk the Newsrooms.

Trivial Update July 13, 2015
Lately, I'm having trouble getting to sleep; I hear somewhat recogniziable voices calling my name from the porch around 3:00 a.m., and I hear the odd sneeze outside my bedroom door.

United Press International is not averse to reporting on the para normal:

At 2007's year-end, I predicted (among other events) the arrival of the 2nd little ice age. Now, UPI dares spread research news that, it's the sun, and not "man made" LENR that will reduce atmospheric CO2 and douse our planet's over-heating:

Climate scientists can't agree on whether the seas are about to boil, or whether Hades is about to freeze over.

And of course, Contrary Opinion from Washington UPI

So, don't complain about the heat; snore quietly and let me sleep peacefully. _jim

Important, On-topic Update

Monday, June 15, 2015

Market-disrupting LENR Press Release Anticipated

In an investment note, economists Lang and Sweeney at Credit Suisse conclude, "The behavior of oil prices over the next few months “will have a profound impact on the wealth of nations.”
The pair do not speculate on what might cause oil prices to move further down or back up to fairly recent peaks.
Behind upward price shifts could be any of: war(s), major nuclear accident(s) and new oil spill(s). In the short run, OPEC seems to think holding to steady high oil production will soon force American frackers onto the rocks of bankruptcy.
As China and India move to a cleaner energy mix, King Coal is very likely to continue to lose market share. Investments in further searches for recoverable oil deposits will drop off over the next decade. Solar, wind and battery technology improvements over the next 5 years will continue, but will have a minor ripple effect across world energy markets.

So, what is the Black Swan that big governments, industrialists and investors know is swooping over the horizon -and that the advertisement-supported media delay in bringing to the attention of consumers and taxpayers? Here's the latest of energy events over the last two years that deserved coverage, but went unreported by big media:
The 19th International Confererence on Cold Fusion held in Padua, Italy in mid-April was missed as was this spring's announcement by Industrial Heat LLC of North Carolina that a 12-month test of their latest 1MW heating plant was underway in an operating factory.
This pre-production LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactor) plant test has apparently passed the half-way point in its shake-down run.

Undoubtedly, main-line media have drafted feature articles in anticipation of Industrial Heat's market-disruptive press release.

PS #1
A link to Tom Darden's key note speech at ICCF-19 can be found in this stale post:

PS # 2
Readers might try this link to Mr. Darden's speech:

PS # 3
On the day Londont berated big media for shunning coverage of LENR events, Canada's National Post asked readers to respond to the question:
“Is the government’s pledge to eliminate the use of fossil fuels by 2100 realistic?
See the early responses here.

PS # 4
Back on April 15th, The Associated Press' big story was on the North American Manure Expo. The AP editor-in-chief apparently dismissed the concurrent ICCF-19 Padua event as crap unworthy of spreading.

Up date # 5
Pending press release could include not only a high COP heating plant, but also one producing electricity directly:
says, Andrea Rossi
June 25th, 2015 at 6:45 PM

In this moment it is 07.40 p.m. of Thursday, June 25.
The MW E-Cat is in ssm and stable.
The Hot Cat is in ssm too, stable.
Fingers crossed. F9.
Warm Regards,

Both E-cat plants are running without continuous external heat; i.e., in self-sustain mode.
While replicators grope forward, Industrial Heat's cup runneth over.

Update #6 Jul 15, 2015
The Uk's Telegram reports that country risks freezing in the dark this winter. Excerpts:
“The underlying position of the network is becoming more and more fragile, which is requiring more emergency measures.
“The reason we have this issue is that the new build [power plant] programme is running late and the closure programme is running to time.”
"New solar farms had been built but that was “not useful on a dark winter evening.”