New LENR Device could be unveiled at upcoming conferences
The Italian news source 22passi.blogspot.com is reporting that video of low energy nuclear reaction experiments at Defkalion’s laboratories in Milan, Italy, will be broadcast live on Monday July 22, 2013, at this website. I cannot find proof of this there but it might be worth checking out.
Defkalion does have a facility in Milan. The usually close lipped company has stated that it will unveil a new LENR device in August presumably at ICCF. The company has stated it will unveil an LENR device at National Instruments’ NI Week Conference in Austin, Texas. This year’s NI Week is scheduled for Aug. 5-8 at the Austin Convention Center.
Particularly since veteran LENR researcher Yeong E. Kim has stated he saw what he calls positive results from a Defkalion experiment in Vancouver, British Columbia. Unfortunately there has been no confirmation of Kim’s claims. I have to wonder if this is the device that Defkalion has promised to demonstrate at the 18th Annual International Conference on Cold Fusion scheduled for the University of Missouri at Columbia, Mo., this week and NIWeek.
The demonstration might be part of the conference which has already begun. Last year Francesco Celani helped start the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project by demonstrating his LENR cell at the Conference and NI Week so expect some interesting happenings there. The devices they intend to bring include their copy of Celani’s device.
Defkalion might be trying to steal the spotlight back from Andrea Rossi who attracted a lot of attention with his controversial ecat test in March. Hopefully they’ll present a report documenting what they’ve done.
The Fleischmann Project Team from the Hunt Utilities Group is planning to demonstrate some of its experiments at the project. They’ve even created a youtube showing what they want to do.
The Project’s website reported that it has been approached by a number of different groups that want to duplicate its work. The Project didn’t identify these groups but said they were operating on three continents. The continents were not identified but the Project’s administrators believe some of the groups are well funded.
The project is also taking donations of equipment. There’s a list of what they need posted on their website. If you have any old scientific equipment, instruments, laboratory supplies or industrial equipment take a look. It would be a great way to help and if you’re in the U.S. it is tax write off to donate such equipment. If you know of a school, a lab or a machine shop selling or giving away such equipment let the project know they could use the help.
Something that the project should remember is that it can always sell what it cannot use off on eBay to raise more funds. eBay’s Giving Works program is real easy to use and anybody anywhere can sell stuff off through it. Once it’s set up anybody anywhere can sell stuff and donate all or part of the proceeds from the sale through ebay.
Hopefully this year’s ICCF will be as exciting as last years, particularly if Defkalion really does show up with a working LENR device or proof of one. That could be a real game changer for the whole LENR movement.