In eulogizing the cold fusion pioneer, not only did AP writer, Peter
Svensson, who I met at the October 28 demonstration of Andrea Rossi's 1 Megawatt
cold fusion plant in Bologna not mention any of the present developments in the
field, but he said merely: "Research on 'cold fusion' persists on the fringes of the scientific world."
By Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
With the passing of Martin Fleischmann on August 3, I thought for sure we would have an opportunity to see the mainstream media say a few things about cold fusion / LENR and possibly even mention some of the recent breakthroughs, and the fact that several companies are in process of taking cold fusion technology to market.
I sent the following email to some of the Utah media outlets:
From: Sterling Allan
Cc: Peter Svensson ; Mark Gibbs
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2012 3:05 PM
Subject: Fleischmann dead at 85 -- end of an era
In mentioning this in your news, I hope you will also mention some of the follow-up that has come on the scene lately
Considering these monumental develops, and this Cold Fusion era launching in Utah with Pons and Fleishmann, the utter silence of the Utah mainstream media has deafening. I hope you'll at least give it a peep with this significant development.
Hank Mills later corrected me:
"The 10kW home heating system is already 'ready', it simply awaits certification. Rossi claims to have already purchased the robotics for the plant. He just has to get the certification to install the robots and start manufacturing."
Peter Svensson and myself at the October 28, 2011 demonstration of Andrea Rossi's 1 Megawatt cold fusion E-Cat plant in Bologna, Italy for the first customer.
I also sent the email to Peter Svensson, the Associated Press writer who I met in
Bologna for the October 28 demonstration of Andrea Rossi's 1 Megawatt plant. (Story)
seemed friendly enough to the cause, but thought he might have a problem getting
it past his editors.
It turns out that he never did publish anything about that, or since, on the subject. A few months later when I inquired about it, he said that there was basically "nothing to write about." That despite telling me in Bologna that he had been following the developments of the past year with great interest.
In response to my notification of Fleischmann's passing, he wrote: "Thanks, I will see what we can do about this here."
I thought this might be an opportunity for him to shine.
Boy, was I wrong. He only reinforced the mainstream mantras of "junk
science" / "fringe". "Nothing here, folks, move along."
Most all of the mainstream coverage on the topic has been of his article. Isn't the AP supposed to be the pinnacle of journalism?
In an August 7 AP article, Svensson made it sound like Fleischmann was a good scientist with a bad idea. And here is all Svensson had to say about the present state of the field:
"Research on 'cold fusion' persists on the fringes of the scientific world."
That's it?!!! That's all you're going to say?!!!
At least he could have put a skeptical spin on the recent developments, and at least say that there is some major effort under way, with astonishing claims of copious amounts of useful energy being consistently produced. But no, not a peep. Nothing other than the seemingly disparaging aforementioned quote.
Maybe that's all his editors let past. If he doesn't resign his post in protest, then he's complicit in their nefarious deeds.
In my opinion, this is the worst possible form of cover-up. He isn't just a skeptic. He's a willful agent of the machine that is destroying civilization, using the media to keep people in the dark. People are trained to trust the media, and the media is used as propaganda to condition the people to think the way the conspirators want them to think.
The Utah coverage was equally pathetic in this regard.
Remember, I notified these groups about the passing of Fleischmann, and gave
them some tips about the recent developments, but they ignored those developments completely. A reporter from the Deseret News called me on Monday,
and she seemed amenable to what I was saying, and even asked permission to quote
me in the article. None of that appeared. Perhaps a follow-up piece is yet
pending, but I doubt it. [Posted August
It's hard for me to become more jaded than I already am about the mainstream press, but the more I see of them missing key developments and only printing the spin that the powers that be approve, the more disgusted I become. The are total sellouts to the establishment. "Presstitutes" is what Gerald Celente aptly names them.
What should be the criminal sentence for this kind of breach of trust and conspiratorial cover-up of transformational technologies?
One of the few exceptions I can think of was Fox News' recent piece on the Federal Reserve. It was phenomenal. Here's the bullet I put in our news on Aug. 4.
If you happen to find a mainstream press article about Flieschmann's death
that actually broaches the subject of the recent advancements in the field, let
me know. I've not seen any in the searching I've done.
Here is the latest, breaking news in the field of cold fusion. The following photo was sent to me from the NIWeek (National Instruments, who is creating instrumentation for LENR research) conference presently taking place in Austin, Texas, USA.
August 5, 2012
From Left to Right: Alexandros Xanthoulis, founder of Defkalion Green technologies; Frank Gorden (SPAWAR); Andrea Aparo (Ansaldo Energia); Peter Hagelstein; Dr. James G Truchard (CEO National Instruments); Michael McKubre (Stanford Research Institute); Stephen Concezzi (Big Science Director of National Instruments); Robert Godes (Brillouin Energy); Robert Duncan (University of Missouri)
There you see several leaders of the LENR field who are involved in taking
the technology to market. Each of their distinguished biographies would take
several pages. Though several of them are "competitors", here you see
them getting along well together. May that be the future state of all
"competitor" free energy technologies.
On the NIWeek brochure, under "Big Physics and Science", you see the following entry on page 29.
|Commercialization of LENR Technology
Wednesday, August 8 > 4:004:30 p.m. > Ballroom E
Robert Godes, Brillouin Energy Corporation
In the quest for alternative energy, researchers have tried to understand the intense heat release of Pd-D or Ni-H reactions. By understanding the physics behind this lower energy nuclear reaction phenomenon, researchers can control the reaction. Explore how Brillouin Energy Corporation has demonstrated
control over the reaction, who the early adopters are likely to be, the types of systems that will be commercialized, and the applications these systems will address.
And earlier in the brochure near the beginning of the "Big Physics and Science" section, page 25, is this entry under "Panel Discussion":
|The Quest for Alternative EnergyAnomalous Heat
Effect (a.k.a. Cold Fusion)
Tuesday, August 7 > 4:455:45 p.m. > Ballroom E
Andrea Aparo, PhD, Ansaldo Energia Spa;
Robert Duncan, PhD, University of Missouri;
Robert E. Godes, Brillouin Energy Corp.;
Michael McKubre, PhD, SRI International; and
Akito Takahashi, PhD, Osaka University and Technova Inc.
Several labs around the world are trying to replicate the phenomenon known as cold fusion. While the term has evoked controversy, many research facilities have observed over 200 instances of intense heat. This demonstrates either an unknown physical event or a need for better measurement and control tools. In both cases, NI can provide the tools to accelerate innovation and scientific discovery. The Big Physics and Science Summit brings together experts to discuss these anomalous heat effects, the status of theoretical research, experimental results, and the prospect of commercializing this technology for daily energy needs.
Don't you think that is deserving of some press?
Also, news is percolating that two separate third party validations have been done recently on Rossi's 600 -
1200ΊC reactor, which will be published soon.
The following is what my associate has proffered on this topic:
A Tragic Loss of a Scientific Pioneer
The death of a brilliant scientist is always accompanied with a heavy feeling of loss. One reason for this is because, as a species at a crossroads, we need as many bright, creative, and open-minded scientists as possible to help us overcome the challenges that threaten our continued existence on this planet. The passing of Martin Fleischmann comes with an especially painful sting, because his life's work is a
superb example of scientific excellence.
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