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____ Thursday November 13, 2014 ____


LENR - Energy

Collaborative Research Provides Hope - on Two Fronts

Cancer breakthroughs may depend on facilitating co-operation of biologist, oncologist and physcist researchers, says author of this Physics Today article - by Jim Sweeney

London - Now, if only chemists and fission physcists would bury their hatchets and collaborate on Cold Fusion research, atomic power plants and prolliferation of atomic weapons would suddenly be reduced, if not eliminated. Also, the half-life of the world's radio-active waste pile could be halved by LENR-type transmutation. (LENR = low-energy nuclear reactions).

Freezing Lake Huron Canucks have one of the world's largest and oldest atomic complexes just upwind of them. American/Canadian, Chinese and Japanese children have the most hope for a long healthy life if present coal and nuclear electricity plants can quickly be converted to LENR reactors.

Collaborative cold fusion research and engineering could speed the needed retro-fits. But, further research and peer reviews aside, it's the installation of an Industrial Heat E-cat for its first big customer that will (not if) set the pace of deployment in Chinese and US markets.

Whether the reader is a believer or denier of man-made adverse climate change, it behoves all (for children everywhere) to push for early deployment of LENR heating and electricity generation. Let's do our part in advocating the clean and affordable solution to cleaning up the air we breathe and in eliminating the risk of more nuclear disasters.

So, cheer up folks. Follow the money. Help spread the good news -and stay tuned.

Source: physicstoday - Physicists offer a different approach to cancer research

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