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    Where Does the Energy Come From in LENR?
    Posted on Thursday, January 12, 2012 @ 21:25:09 GMT by vlad

    Science posted by Steven B. Krivit/New Energy Times

    I received a question from a New Energy Times reader a few days ago:

    “What exactly is causing the energy to be produced in the LENR reaction according to the Widom-Larsen theory? Is it energy produced due to the transmutation of elements, or something else entirely?”

    According to the Widom-Larsen theory, the reaction chain includes this four-step process:





    I describe this process in my article “Widom-Larsen Theory Simplified” as well as in the chapter I co-wrote with Joseph Zawodny of NASA for the Wiley Nuclear Energy Encyclopedia.

    Let’s first answer a question the reader didn’t ask: “How much energy is required to initiate the reactions and where does it come from?”

    Full article: http://blog.newenergytimes.com/2012/01/12/where-does-the-energy-come-from-in-lenr/

     
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    NASA video on LENR (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Friday, January 13, 2012 @ 23:43:04 GMT
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    NASA video on LENR (low energy nuclear reactions), a clean form of nuclear energy

    NASA Langley Research Center posted Thursday (but has not announced) a new video on NASA research on LENR (low energy nuclear reactions), entitled “Method for Enhancement of Surface Plasmon Polaritons to Initiate & Sustain LENR.”

    The research focuses on “another way of producing energy-efficient nuclear power,” says NASA Senior Research Scientist Joseph Zawodny, featured in the video (posted on YouTube by KurzweilAI). “This other form of nuclear power releases energy by adding neutrons. Eventually they gain a sufficient number of neutrons that they spontaneously decay into something of the same mass but a different element.”

    The energy is “cleaner than traditional nature nuclear fuels, and can be produced by raw materials such as nickel, carbon, and hydrogen. It has the demonstrated ability to produce excess amounts of energy, cleanly, without hazardous ionizing radiation, without producing nasty waste. This clean form of energy is also powerful, able to support everything from transportation systems to infrastructure.

    “The easiest implementation of this would be for the home. You would have a unit that would replace your water heater…. It would power the house, power the building, power the light industry. And then the waste heat would be used for environmental control and warm water.”

    More: http://www.kurzweilai.net/nasa-video-on-lenr-low-energy-nuclear-reactions-a-clean-form-of-nuclear-energy? [www.kurzweilai.net]




    LENR and Cold Fusion Theory Index (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Monday, January 16, 2012 @ 21:13:54 GMT
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    From Steven B. Krivit, Senior Editor, New Energy Times:
    I continue to receive mixed responses about the media attention I give to the Widom-Larsen theory of LENRs. Regardless, my confidence in that theory has not changed.

    However, I have decided that it is both useful as well as fair to provide an opportunity to help present other LENR theories on the New Energy Times Web site.

    Therefore, I have built portal pages for the following theories:

    Bazhutov-Vereshkov Theory
    Chubb (Scott) Theory
    Chubb (Talbot) Theory
    De Ninno Theory
    Fisher Theory
    Gareev Theory
    Hagelstein Theory
    Hora-Miley Theory
    Kim-Zubarev Theory
    Kirkinskii-Novikov Theory
    Kozima Theory
    Li Theory
    Sinha-Meulenberg Theory
    Szpak Theory
    Takahashi Theory

    You will find a link to each of these pages through the index page which is listed on the left-hand menu of the New Energy Times Web site under "LENR Theory Index."

    If I am missing a theory in this index, please let me know. Note that I have omitted Randall Mills' theory because he does not associate his work with LENR.

    I have notified (where possible) the authors of these theories. I have sent them e-mails and requested them to contribute with additional information so I may better inform the public about their theories.

    But anyone can help out. Through the New Energy Times News Service, I am sending this message to nearly every LENR researcher in the world, to all the members of the CMNS e-mail list, as well as thousands of LENR fans worldwide.

    Please have a look at each of the sections for each of theories. If you can help provide factual and useful information about any of these theories, please send it to me.

    Please note, the purpose of these pages are to help promote the work of each theorist. The pages are not to be used to criticize the work of competing theorists.

    Thank you for your help.

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    Re: Where Does the Energy Come From in LENR? (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 @ 18:22:58 GMT
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    Thats not the big question that needs to be answered in LENR. If fusion occurs energy is released through the loss of binding energy.
    How do the nuclei get close enough to one another to fuse when they have such strong electrical forces between them, thats the big question!




     

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