Consortium of Cold Fusion Scientists Organized
A group of top scientists working on Cold Fusion have organized what they call a consortium of researchers dedicated to making Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Science a reality. The group called Cold Fusion Energy Inc or CFEI has apparently been around since 1995 but only incorporated this year.
The purpose of the group is a little fuzzy whether it is supposed to be a company or an organization of scientists is unclear. Its website states it will assist with the movement from research to marketing, which means the scientists might be trying to cash in or at least protect their patent rights. It is also seeking to form partnerships which could be licensing deals.
What is clear is that the group has some impressive scientific brainpower behind it. The website lists some big names including Francesco Piantelli partnered with Sergio Focardi on the basic research that Andrea Rossi’s e-cat is based upon. Also involved are Professor Peter L. Hagelstein a principal investigator in the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (better known as MIT), Xing Zhong Li PhD a Professor of Physics at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, Dr. George H. Miley another professor at Tsinghua who is also a professor emeritus of nuclear engineering and electrical engineering at the University of Illinois.
The site also lists Michael McKubre, Edmund Storms, Italy’s V. Violante, Francesco Celani, Pam Boss, Tadhiko Mizuno, A. Takahashi, J. Kasagi and Randell L. Mills as members. It does not say what their rolls in the organization will but dose note that Hagelstein, Xing, and Miley were scheduled to speak on behalf of the group at the World Green Energy Symposium being held in Philadelphia on October 19-21.
Keith Owens a former staff member with Tampa Power who is described as a Pioneering Investigator in Cold Fusion and and LENR is listed as CFEI’s CEO. His e-mail is listed as the organization’s contact. Cold Fusion Energy Inc. is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the same city where Harvard University and MIT are located.
Its website contains a lot of good information including links to research agencies and material written by scientists. It also invites individuals to submit papers.
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