I well remember laughing quietly to myself the first time I saw Michael Fox and Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future. At the end of the movie, Lloyd shows up in a modified DeLorian....modified with a "Mr. Fusion" sort of coffee-maker looking apparatus stuck to the engine, into which he puts a bunch of garbage: banana peels, food, old paper, and so on, and off the DeLorian goes. In those years, of course, Pons and Fleischmann were being laughed out of the US - and pretty much out of the world of mainstream science - for their claims of having observed nuclear reactions at temperatures far below those the standard model accepts. As I noted a couple of weeks ago, and as I also noted in my book The Nazi International, Dr. Ronald Richter made such claims decades ago, in the early 1950s, and claimed that he had actually observed similar phenomena and performed experiments on it in Nazi Germany, as early as 1936. He too was roundly denounced by the scientific establishment of his day, and faded into obscurity in Argentina...but not before the US Air Force conducted a series of secret interviews with the "fraudulent" scientist(a few years after Peron inadvertently spilled the cold fusion beans at a press conference in 1951).

Now, all this is background to the following story, which by the time this blog is posted, will be even older, but it's worth noting anyway:

Rossi Provides More Information on High Temperature E-Cat Testing

If Rossi's equipment is indeed eventually proven - beyond all shadows of skeptical doubt and the usual scientific scrutiny - then this is a significant  culture-and-society-transforming milestone, for such long duration testing is, as the article avers, necessary to prove the reliability of the concept for the actual practical production of power. Now, if anyone is doubting Rossi's bona fides, it is worth noting that he was in attendance at the 2011 MIT Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reaction Colloquium (Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reaction is the technical jargon for "cold fusion"). (For Rossi's attendance, see The 2011 Cold Fusion/Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reactions Colloquium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Part 1). That such a colloquium occurs at all indicates the degree to which cold fusion has come, from the days of Richter and Pons and Fleischmann, when it was derided almost exclusively by academics and universities, to being, if not yet mainstream, at least "on the radar screen."

So back to Rossi: that his equipment has been constantly operating for this amount of time and putting out steam consistently - if born out by further tests and acceptance - will be a game-changer. Think about it for a moment: delivering electrical power without coal, without natural gas, without oil... and by relatively simple means. Miniaturize that technology and one could drive cars, trucks, trains... perhaps airplanes... Bad news for the current power elites (who, you can be sure, are meeting secretly and quietly to try to figure out how to monopolize the new technology while their controlled lamestream media continue to ignore the news, and while their political sock puppet candidates Bland Mittney and Baruch Oblahma continue to blather stupidly about alternative forms of energy, ethanol, hybrid cars, tax breaks...well, you get the idea)....

While our politicians fret and fume about oil, while the western elites push their memes of peak oil and peak civilization(not to mention the Rockefailure myth that all that petroleum comes from dead dinosaurs and plants), and declining energy reserves, the world is changing in an extraordinary way...  If Mr. Rossi's experiments do eventually prove to be not only valid but viable to everyone's satisfaction, and his invitation to MIT's Colloquium certainly indicate at least a quiet confidence in certain circles, then his discovery will not only go down as a scientific revolution, but a cultural one,  for it will be one more concussing shock to the "matrix" civilization those elites have carefully built up over the last century. If so, those self-appointed "masters of the universe" will go down  as some of the most colossally stupid and narcissistic people in human history.

But if the Richer scenario as I outlined it in The Nazi International is true, then there is another lesson here too, and that is, those elites also have known about all this for a very long time. It isn't the phenomenon itself that is new, it is that it can no longer be successfully suppressed...

See you on the flip side.


  1. It is good news, and it will be ignored as long as the general population remain ignorant of it. If it gains traction, then patents will suddenly appear which will cause long legal battles and eventually result in having to lease the technology from the oil cartels or some such slimebags.

    Even while the media and “scientists” (I use the term very loosely) were deriding Pons, et al, the Air Force had contracts out to explore weaponizing cold fusion.

    With several thousand US patents in “the black” alone, you can bet that some derivative of IG Farben will come up with one to try and derail the process.

    That said, this is till further along than anyone else has been able to get without difficulties. Fingers crossed….

  2. “At the end of the movie, Lloyd shows up in a modified DeLorian….modified with a “Mr. Fusion” sort of coffee-maker looking apparatus stuck to the engine, into which he puts a bunch of garbage: banana peels, food, old paper, and so on, and off the DeLorian goes. In those years, of course, Pons and Fleischmann were being laughed out of the US – and pretty much out of the world of mainstream science – for their claims of having observed nuclear reactions at temperatures far below those the standard model accepts”.

    Actually, seeing as the movie came out in 1985, and Pons and Fleischman’s cold fusion claims first came out in 1989, the former would not have been making any references to the latter.
    As for the “Mr. Fusion” device seen in the movie, this was probably more an example of Hollywood physics rather than a parody of any real discoveries, controversial or otherwise. The fact that it ran on garbage was probably just played for laughs.

    1. I stand corrected, but please note that I said “in those years” by which I meant the 1980s… I meant MERELY to indicate that the phenomenon and the movie were both 1980s phenomena.

    2. Actually, hot fusion has been touted as a possible method to dispose of garbage since at least the 1960s – nuclear plasma furnaces driven by hot fusion. It was more likely a combination of that and Hollyweird “artistic license.”

      Otherwise it would have been”Mr. Cold Fusion.”

  3. None of this energy production is safe, there are positrons in elemental matrices just waiting to escape in a fusion reaction. I hate to see anybody exposing themselves to gamma radiation. Not to mention high speed neutrons flying about in every direction. It would have t be buried in the ground so no one could see it.
    They have to find a way to use Browns’ gas to oxidize the unstable isotopes into stable isotopes You sure don’t need to come under control by the NRC

  4. I have real concerns with using the “Nuclear” or “fusion” terms in any way associated with this technology. It just invites the technology to be restricted, regulated and passed over to the very hands who currently handle our current nuclear infrastructure. Beware that the incorrect labeling could put this promising technology out of reach.

  5. Robert Barricklow

    Of course anything(especially effecient energy) invented, that upsets the monopoly apple cart, gets placed in the Orwell memory hole.
    Thus deciever and decieved are trapped in a coevolutionary struggle that continually improves adaptions on both sides. One adaptation is intelligence itself. It is ironic that dishonesty has often been the file against which intellectual tools for truth have been sharpened.

    1. An interesting comment Robert, and dovetails with my thinking somewhat. I’ve been maintaining that the elites – let us take the Fords or Rockefellers for example – with their network of foundations, have funded, for so long, “certain points of view,” that they themselves are surrounded with people who think inside of the boxes of their own creation, and hence, they cannot get – nor perhaps even recognize – information or points of view that come from outside that box.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Reminds me of a poster that had a chimpanzee dressed in a business suit & tie, with a brief case opened on his desk, looking at some papers. He was explaing to – the someone looking at the poster,
        “I don’t know why, …it’s just company policy.”

    2. It is ironic that dishonesty has often been the file against which intellectual tools for truth have been sharpened.

      …so the slave becomes the master and vice a versa….whoa…the ramifications of this concept….whats on top will be on bottom and whats on bottom will be ontop….no corner stone will be left unturned…..light up the basement

      Holy Shit….

      1. Robert Barricklow

        It gets even deeper Jedi,
        because the conscious(s) & unconscious(s) play simular games within the “self(s)”.
        Deception, within deception.
        This then plays outward from the self into society.
        A complex weave indeed.

        1. It took me a while too think through the first part,
          ….hmmm…so this is why they program there human robots to detach from self at a very early age….with brutal techniques yet no conscious? for those detached, and perhaps no memory…..
          The masters use them like cars….holy pork shit and with high frequency sound they can communicate?…..holy bat shit.

          “Thats all Folks”…is this what the animals hieroglyph symbols are referring too?

          1. Robert Barricklow

            The weakest link in the new electronic, digitized battlefield of today/tomorrow’s
            “kill-chain” (military jargon)

            …is “human”.

  6. What’s described in “Nazi International” is not the Cold Fusion done with heavy water and a platinum or palladium electrode. Some of Richter’s work appears to be like the Fusor work of Philo Farnsworth (which is not cold fusion–though still small, reasonably inexpensive, and safe). From page 294 of “Nazi International”: “for Richter, be it noted, was apparently attempting to induce fusion in a plasma by means of electrical stress, and was attempting to develop a reactor for that purpose that would rely on shock waves.” Not close to the basic Cold Fusion set up, which loads the platinum electrode with heavy hydrogen and induces fusion and also makes a familiar white powder on the electrode.

    1. Technically correct Jay but my point here is that even on Farnsworth’s or Richter’s technologies of experiments (particularly in Richter’s case) the reported temperatures were far below the standard model requirements, which was my main point. By using the term “cold fusion” I am perhaps using it in this narrower sense, and not basically in reference to the technological aspects of things.

      1. Right, the table top Fusor was not the hundred million degrees required by academic hot fusion. And it is smaller too.

        However as the term has been used since the late 1980s: “Cold Fusion” refers to the Pon-Fleischman method, which is not similar to Richter/Farnsworth. So saying cold fusion here confuses things.

        NB: Cold Fusion/alchemical like reactions were reported in Paris in the 1930s and I believe by the Soviets in the 1960s.

  7. Years ago, I found many scientists/inventors and just plain tinkeres,
    running their homes with safe, free energy from various sources
    selling excess electricity to the electric companies.

    [The lucky ones lived, but could not get patented.]

    SAFE !
    and from so many sources.

    what of TESLA?

    Come on Joseph. Don’t fall behind !
    I think you know better than that.

    1. I am well aware of Tesla but Tesla was NOT talking about the same thing as cold fusion….my point in this article was cold fusion. Obviously, it is IMPOSSIBLE to talk about EVERYTHING in one short blog post, so there is no need to mention what is “omitted” because it really ISN’T an omission.

      1. You are certainly right in respect to the fact that
        there are even many ways to skin that cat…..
        maybe going back to the mid last century.

        So yes, I understand narrowing it down.

        You know…….
        if you catch a story as it first comes out,
        you are more likely to get some truth because they
        get shushed after that or very edited.

        1. What comes to mind on this is an interesting article on a plant
          being built in California for cold fusion using lasers.
          I don’t know what happened to the plant, but the info disappeared.
          This was all around five years ago !

          Another idea was using sound frequency that may or may not have been built
          to prototype. This type also became the basis [I think] for the [fictional]
          movie, “Chain Reaction.”
          I suppose the idea was to keep it fiction by sticking in some pretty
          high temperatures, after all.
          Still, it seemed to work in both, but without the high temps in reality.

          I found a used copy of the “Vatican,” Joseph.
          There is always more truth in ‘fiction’ [depending on the author]
          than ‘mainstream’ media.
          Much is written by the same elite offspring who otherwise don’t follow their elders.

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