Major European Electronics Company has Duplicated Celani Cell
Reports that Francesco Celani’s low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) device has been replicated by a major semiconductor manufacturer in Europe are circulating. The reports state that both researchers affiliated with the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP) in France and a company in Italy have duplicated the Celani cell.
An e-mail from Nicholas Chauvin (I think he’s with the MFMP) to Sterling Allen of Pure Energy Systems dated December 9 names a new major player in the LENR field in Europe. The e-mail states that a Swiss company called STMicroelectronics has replicated the Celani Cell in Italy. The e-mail states that STMicroelectronics will publish some sort of report about the cell on December 15. Since December 15 is Saturday I’m sure this report is reliable. It’s been my experience that big corporations don’t do anything on Saturday (largely because it interferes with executives’ golf games).
STMicroelectronics is certainly a real company and big business. Its website states that it is one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers. The company had $9.77 billion in revenue in 2011 and that it has 50,000 employees. The publicly traded company has 12 manufacturing sites, research and development centers in ten countries and a corporate headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. It also owns around 21,500 patents. If you want to invest in it, STMicroelectornics is traded on the New York Stock Exchange as STM. If you’re wondering what the STM stands for it is SGS-THOMSON. The company was formed in 1987 when a French company called Thomson Semiconducteurs merged with an Italian outfit called SGS Microlettronica.
STMicrolectornics currently does business in several sectors including Digital (scanning), automotive parts, analog and microcontrollers (memory and sensors for a wide variety of industries). It also has a Power Discrete division which provides industrial power. I imagine this is the group working on the Celani cell.
This is exactly the kind of big corporation with a lot of resources that we need working on LENR. It not only has the resources to develop the technology, it also the credibility to LENR because it’ll convince others that this is for real. The company’s website states it has 12,500 researchers on the payroll. Hopefully other electronics giants such as Sony and GE (General Electric) will follow STM’s lead.
It should be noted that there is no confirmation of this claim. Although an e-mail from Celani reporting the first independent replication of his process has been posted at least two websites. The e-mail doesn’t say when or where the replication occurred. It simply states that it has so Celani could be referring to the replication by the researchers at the Hunt Utility Group in Minnesota.
The e-mail from Nicholas Chauvin indicates that somebody associated with the MFHP is trying to replicate the cell in France. Unfortunately the Project hasn’t said who this is or where exactly they are located in that country.
All I can say is that is exciting news and evidence that Celani’s open sourced LENR strategy is paying off. I imagine there’s a lot more replication going but we aren’t hearing about it yet. Hopefully this is the beginning of a major LENR boom that will produce an energy revolution comparable to the computer revolution that came out of Silicon Valley in the 1970s and 80s.
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