Friday Nuclear Matinee: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions

February 15, 2013, 3:20PMANS Nuclear Cafe

The ANS Nuclear Cafe today brings faithful viewers a short interview with Dr. Joseph M. Zawodny, senior research scientist at NASA Langley Research Center. Zawodny discusses research on "Low Energy Nuclear Reactions" at NASA Langley, and the incredible potential of this new form of nuclear power-IF theory is validated by experimental results.

See this basic explication of the science from Dennis Bushnell, chief scientist at NASA Langley Research Center: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: The Realism and the Outlook (caution: labs blowing up, windows melting...)

The American Nuclear Society conducted an LENR panel session organized by Mr. Steven B. Krivit at the ANS 2012 Winter Meeting.

Ultra low momentum neutron catalyzed nuclear reactions

on metallic hydride surfaces seminal paper by Widom and Larsen

Discover Magazine Big Idea: Bring Back the "Cold Fusion" Dream

As Bushnell says, some seriously "strange" things are going on-possibly with the potential to change the world.

Thanks to NASA Langley, and tip of cap to Nuclear Energy Institute Facebook

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