1995: Cold Fusion Breakthrough

by Jeane Manning Did a clean-energy era just slip into our lives, unnoticed by mainstream news cameras? Its arrival may coincide with the recent success of an unpretentious cold fusion device, reported to put out thousand times more energy than it takes to run it, at the world’s largest trade show for electric power producers. (Cold fusion is the popular term for what the Japanese more accurately call New Hydrogen Energy Technology. See David Lewis’ introduction to cold fusion in Atlantis Rising # 2. In 1989 Drs. Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons were first to claim to have produced nuclear reactions by putting palladium rods in water cells and getting excess energy out. They are now in a million-dollar laboratory in France, funded by Japanese money.) Clean Energy Technologies Inc. (CETI) of Texas is a small company that doesn’t hesitate to walk among giants of the fossil fuel and […] Read More

2015: Lockheed Martin’s new fusion reactor might change humanity forever

SOURCE: Upriser This is an invention that might change civilization as we know it: A compact fusion reactor developed by Skunk Works, the stealth experimental technology division of Lockheed Martin. It’s the size of a jet engine and it can power airplanes, spaceships, and cities. Skunk Works claims it will be operative in 10 years. Aviation Week had exclusive access to their secret laboratories and talked to Dr. Thomas McGuire, the leader of Skunk Work’s Revolutionary Technology division. And revolutionary it is, indeed: Instead of using the same design that everyone else is using—the Soviet-derived tokamak, a torus in which magnetic fields confine the fusion reaction with a huge energy cost and thus little energy production capabilities—Skunk Works’ Compact Fusion Reactor has a radically different approach to anything people have tried before. The key to the Skunk Works system is their tube-like design, which allows them to bypass one […] Read More

2017: Wendelstein 7X star-machine PROVES the dream of limitless FREE energy

A COLD fusion machine aimed at creating limitless supplies of energy from a few liters of seawater has been fired-up and is working exactly as the designers hoped. The mind-bogglingly complex “star-chamber” called the Wendelstein 7-X creates clean, radiation-free nuclear energy by mimicking what happens in stars like our own sun. Cold fusion – based on safe nuclear fusion rather than the dangerous nuclear fusion of the world’s current reactors has been the dream of physicists since the 1950s. But the technique is so fiendishly complex and the conditions so difficult to recreate that many wrote it off as a pipe dream. But the experimental Wendelstein 7-X – one of the most complex machines ever designed – is working perfectly according to a new study. The Wendelstein 7-X uses a machine with the fabulous science fiction name – a stellarator. It confines super-heated helium – in plasma form – […] Read More

2017: Working Fusion Reactor May Have Solved World’s Energy Crisis

Harnessing the power of nuclear fusion may require holding on to a little heat, about 100 million degrees Celsius (180 million degrees Fahrenheit) or so, but for a team out of the UK, it’s no big deal. Tokamak Energy, a British energy company, has built a working fusion reactor which has the potential to heat plasma up to 100 million degrees Centigrade, which is about seven times hotter than the Sun’s core. Why so hot? At that temperature, hydrogen atoms begin to fuse into helium; the result is a massive surge of limitless clean energy. According to Tokamak’s CEO, Dr. David Kingham, We are unveiling the first world-class controlled fusion device to have been designed, built and operated by a private venture. The ST40 is a machine that will show fusion temperatures – 100 million degrees – are possible in compact, cost-effective reactors. This will allow fusion power to […] Read More