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Learn about LENR with Dr Bob - An Introduction to Cold Fusion Energy

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Published on May 26, 2015

In this video Dr.Bob - the mascot of Cold Fusion, gives you an introduction to various forms of Cold Fusion Technologies and how they operate.

This video was created for those that wants to learn more about the subject. More material can of course be found on Dr Bobs Webpage: www.drboblog.com

Don`t forget to Like, Share & Subscribe!

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An animated presentation showing 7 Cold Fusion / LENR Technologies:

1: Mizuno Cells
2: Dennis Cravens Brass Spheres
3: The Ecat (Energy Catalyzers)
4: Celani Cells
5: Dog Bones
6: Brillouin Energy`s Devices
7: The Golden Tea Kettle

Nr 1:
Easy to make apparatus to impress one`s friends:
http://www.drboblog.com/how-to-make-a...
http://www.drboblog.com/alchemy-made-...

Nr 2: Dennis Cravens Brass Spheres
A proof of concept and "hands on" demonstration for NIWeek 2013
http://www.drboblog.com/live-open-sci...
http://www.drboblog.com/q-a-dr-bob-an...

Nr 3: The Ecat
One of the leading technologies in Cold Fusion developed by Italian inventor Andrea Rossi. Andrea wanted has sold his technology to equity firm Cherokee Investment Fund. Cherokee has then started Industrial Heat, a company devoted to developing the Ecats for Industrial Purposes. Andrea Rossi works as the Chief Technology Officer at Industrial Heat. The group has put many Ecats together in serial within shipping containers which they are now trying out over at a secret customers location.
www.ecat.com
www.andrea-rossi.com

Nr 4: Celani Cells
Professor Francesco Celani is a senior researcher of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics in Italy. He is also connected to MFMP after making available most parts of his Intellectual Property / technology for open source purposes. Together with The MFMP - Francesco Celani was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 for the concept of LOS - Live Open Science.

Francesco gained a lot of attention in 2012 when he performed some demonstrations of the Celani Cells at NiWeek.
http://www.drboblog.com/celani-cells-...
http://www.francescocelanienergy.org/

Nr 5: Dog Bones
Dog Bones was first publicly shown in a test report in October 2014. They had been shown already back in 2012 but then in a metal casing hiding their design. Dog Bones goes under many names such as Hot Cats, Luganos, Parkhomovs & Glowsticks. They are quite similar to Ecats however stronger.

Since October 2014 teams around the world has been racing to replicate the devices based on the recipe from a test report that leaked out on Swedish Webpage: www.sifferkoll.se

Within days the report on the Dog Bones had been downloaded over 100 000 times. (Which is fairly good for any technology not being owned by Apple)

The most active contributor to replications is The MFMP (www.quantumheat.org) who coordinated efforts, distribute fuel samples etc

Most replicators are engineers, scientist but even amateurs who do experiments in their garages or kitchens. Positive claims of replications has come from China, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, US & Canada.
To learn more about Dog Bones, visit the webpage of MFMP (www.quantumheat.org) or their Facebook Page: Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project.

Nr 6: Brillouin Energy Corporations
A Silicon Valley based company developing Cold Fusion foremost for Industrial applications. (http://brillouinenergy.com/)

Nr 7: The Golden Tea Kettle
This one of a kind gold infused prototype has never been demonstrated publicly, yet.


Dr Bob Crew would like to thank all our friends who has helped us networking, studying and collecting material.

A very special thanks goes out to our friends at MFMP - and especially Mathieu Valat.


www.drboblog.com

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