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15, 2014; 6:45 am Pacific
Interview with Mike McKubre about Brillouin at SRI International
Following my tour of Stanford Research Institute's facilities where
they are working on testing Brillouin's Cold Fusion technology, I did a
22-minute interview with Michael McKubre summarizing some of the high
points regarding Brillouin's technology.
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I had an amazing day yesterday visiting some of the people, facilities, and
equipment involved in Brillouin's "Controlled Electron Capture
One of the high points was my interview with Mike McKubre of SRI
International. After all his years of experience and knowledge he has
accumulated in the field of LENR, he speak both with a high degree of confidence
and humorous candor. He is not at all bashful about tackling some of the most
controversial subjects in the industry. Though one of the most credible people
in the world in this arena, he is one of the least egocentric people I've met.
One of my favorite parts of the interview was when he talked about his usage of
the words "nuclear" and "fusion" -- the two pariah terms
that many try to avoid and even shun due to the politics that have arisen
regarding them over the years. In essence, he said: " 'Nuclear', is what
makes it worth while, because that is where the energy is -- ten million times
more than the best chemical reaction. And 'fusion' by the most fundamental
definition is the increasing of nuclear elements from lower to higher. Call it
what it is."
He also chided the field saying that instead of competing we should be
cooperating / collaborating, because as soon as any one of us is successful in
going to market, we
all will benefit by the doors that will open.
I especially enjoyed our one-on-one chat as he walked me back to the lobby. We
talked about how NIST prostituted themselves on the subject of WTC Building 7.
My dad, who used to work for NIST in the Atomic Clock division, has noted that
NIST has received a huge infusion of money, which I'm guessing has a lot to do
with a pay-off for their sell-out. He commented that now they are seeing the
repercussions of that as people in the industry no longer trust or respect them
like they used to, and they aren't going to NIST for answers any more.
Here's the interview, conducted in his
office at SRI:
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