Cold fusion ( lenr)
An adventure into the fridges of physics
Deuterium cold fusion experiments
Prosasic explanation of my 'success'
It's been some months since the Deuterium drama almost put a stop to my cold fusion experiments. Luckily, I was still able to run a couple of experiments in …
What is cold fusion?
Past, present, future
Imagine a future where households and businesses generate their own clean energy. No more reliance on massive power plants, no more coal, oil, or even solar and …
Using Observable notebooks to aid research
In this post I've embedded an Obvservable notebook that I'm trying out as an easy way to visualise the loading of deutereium into palladium in my experiments. …
Unforeseen chemistry challenges in cold fusion
It was all going so well! Alas, I had not factored in some important chemistry that slowly clogged up my deutereium generator over the Christmas break 😫.
The road to deuterium
Next steps in my cold fusion experiments
It's been 3 months since I did my first cold fusion experiment. I've open sourced my research, been on a cold fusion conference, made some new collaborators and …
My first cold fusion experiment
It's been a long time coming
Yesterday I did my first cold fusion experiment. I've been working up to this since 2017. Needless to say I was incredibly excited. Did I make cold fusion …
Pivoting my cold fusion experiments
If you've been following me @CasualPhysics on Twitter, then you will have seen the rather large spanner in the works for my Les Case replication experiments.
Becoming an experimentalist
My foray into cold fusion experiments
A month ago, I committed myself to making some local cold fusion connections by placing somewhat cryptic posters in London university physics departments. One …
Research rabbit hole
Delving deeper into cold fusion (LENR)
I'm very grateful to cold fusion veteran Prof. Peter Hagelstein - he's pointed me in the direction of the right rabbit hole in which I'm now learning a lot. He …
A very brief history
As with many people, cold fusion was thrust into my awareness in 2011 when Andrea Rossi claimed to have demonstrated cold fusion using nickel and hydrogen. …