Cold Fusion 101 at MIT - January 20-23, 2015
Jan. 24, 2015 - "CF 101 was again inspiring. Peter Hagelstein is a CF theorist and Mitchell Swartz brings in his experimental data with the NANOR and the PHUSOR. Since 2012 when I first saw a NANOR at MIT, they have been improving on an increasing curve. The latest series are called M-NANORs. The M is for magnetism, which somehow increases the efficiency and the longevity of the NANOR with consistent gains of 80 to 100 COP (in some tests much higher by far). .... Dr. Swartz and Dr. Hagelstein both use the term “Cold Fusion” quite freely. Perhaps what we call the phenomenon should be up to those who have been wrestling with it for the last 25 years. Peter Hagelstein was told, “If CF is real you have to prove the negative testing wrong and come up with a new model of physics.” There were 217 negative tests of CF, most of them dating back to 1990. With four modern CF criteria he rendered the tests down to zero. When someone in the class suggested he should present these findings somewhere, he said, “I just did.” He also presented a model that joins CF to classic physics. He’s been working on it for 10 years"
Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments ran January 20 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology through Friday, January 23, 2015. Cold Fusion Now’s MIT Special Correspondent Jeremy Rys attended the course and documented the lectures, including live-stream.
Feb 7, 2014 - "Last week Jan 27-31, 2014 I attended and recorded the Cold Fusion IAP course at MIT. I would like to extend a special thanks to all the scientists who have worked in this field over the past 20+ years in the face of so much rejection and adversity. Your hard work and dedication has kept the field alive, and humanity will one day thank you!"
May/June 2014 - Infinite Energy Magazine, ?Issue 115 - "The 2014 Cold Fusion/Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reactions Colloquium was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from March 21-23, appropriately on the 25th anniversary of the cold fusion announcement by Pons and Fleischmann. Mitchell Swartz, Gayle Verner and their team at JET Energy once again organized a fantastic conference, filled with excellent presentations. Nearly 100 people were in attendance. The three-day meeting featured 28 speakers and nearly 40 talks."
Infinite Energy has published summaries of five other cold fusion colloquiums at MIT, organized by Mitchell Swartz. Read the 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 Part 1 and 2011 Part 2 summaries.
2011, Part 2 http://www.infinite-energy.com/images/pdfs/SwartzColloqPart2.pdf