On December 2 in Rome, Italy, a LENR conference was held successfully. Dubbed as Coherence 2011, the said conference provided ten important presentations surrounding the (still) controversial technology.
Two reports from the conference were provided by Daniele Passerini on his blog. With all the interesting debates during the conference, the LENR world made a strong year end statement for all the skeptics and among others, pushed the ECat technology even further as a future new energy solution.
Among the presentations, Passerini reports that the one of Italian physicist Francesco Celani was quite interesting. He said that Celani has been working on an experiment with cells and his own LENR project has been operating at 200% excess heat range. It is believed that Celani has been working with Japanese researcher Yoshiaki Arata to develop his device.
Arata made a public demonstration of his cold fusion work in 2008 that gave many scientists the inspiration to continue with their work, including Andrea Rossi and Brian Ahern.
This is very important news for the e-cat world, as it strengthens the credibility and huge potential of the technology.
The reports provided a lot of significant and relevant information about e-cat. The big question is if it is enough to break the heavy skepticism from the scientific community.
Plenty of details about the Coherence conference, plus various presentations are available on the 22Passi blog, but only people who understand Italian well could help us understand the information better, since the texts are mostly written in Italian and Google translate is quite messy. So, if your Italian is not as rusty as ours, we’d appreciate if you could provide more insight into the discussions.
There are many other questions that we need to ask ourselves, before we jump into a conclusion: Will this new information on LENR help the development of Rossi’s e-cat? Will it increase the number of people who believe in the legitimacy of this technology? Finally, how will this conference affect the credibility of cold fusion?