Chinese Researchers Achieve LENR in Nickel Wire

Chinese government researcher Songsheng Jiang reports achieving a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) in a hydrogen-loaded nickel wire. In an email to Frank Acland Jiang reported that the reaction lasted for around 80 minutes and generated around 240 watts of heat.

Jiang also reported he and his team – the Ni-H Research Group at the China Institute of Atomic Energy in Beijing – are experimenting with both nickel powder and nickel wire.  A PDF of Jiang’s message is available at

The Institute is China’s top atomic research organization the People’s Republic’s equivalent of Los Alamos National Laboratory in the United States. The Institute has close connections with the top levels of the Communist Party and the Chinese military.

Last month Mills revealed that Jiang had succeeded in generating temperatures of up to 1000 degrees Celsius with a reaction that lasted for 20 minutes in what looked like an attempt to replicate Rossi’s hot ecat on May 8. One has to wonder what Jiang is planning to do next.

Songsheng Jiang courtesy E-cat World

It looks as if the Chinese government is very serious about LENR which should be very good news for the Chinese people who suffer from some of the world’s air pollution. Another reason why it is good news is that Climate Change could actually being more damage than we thought.

Researchers at Princeton University discovered that severe droughts like the one in California can slow tree growth by up to four years, The Washington Post reported. That means fewer trees which suck carbon out of the air which could make global warming worse.

It also means more erosion and deforestation and reduces the amount of some crops such as olives. If that was not bad enough the scientists found that damage is worse in drier areas like California. That means the droughts could grow worse and deserts could spread leading to dust bowl like conditions.

We need to follow China’s example and invest more money in energy research now so we can scrap coal and other fossil fuels once and for all. If we do not the world could become a hotter and drier place.