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The second edition is out

To everyone who has read my book ‘An Impossible Invention’ — thanks for all your support so far! Everyone of you has meant a lot to me, and also all personal messages, emails, reviews, comments, text messages and even phone calls that I have received from all over the world. 894 more words

Defkalion demo proven not to be reliable

(This blog post was originally posted onĀ Animpossibleinvention.com)

The measurement setup that was used by Defkalion Green Technologies (DGT) on July 23, 2013, in order to show in live streaming that the Hyperion reactor was producing excess heat, does not measure the heat output correctly, and the error is so large that the reactor might not have worked at all. 1,442 more words

Defkalion demo proven not to be reliable

The measurement setup that was used by Defkalion Green Technologies (DGT) on July 23, 2013, in order to show in live streaming that the Hyperion reactor was producing excess heat, does not measure the heat output correctly, and the error is so large that the reactor might not have worked at all. 1,430 more words

Update on Defkalion's reactor demo in Milan

(This update comes a little bit late, I apologize for that).

Defkalion’s reactor demo in Milan in July has been discussed extensively. A series of concerns have been raised, among them for the flow measurement not being accurate and for the flow of steam output into the sink being weaker than what could be expected. 786 more words

Is Free Energy Possible?

I like to keep up with seemingly impossible things in the news.

It likely has something to do with my penchant for cryptozoology and extraterrestrial genesis theories but it also has to do with my belief that, given a long enough time line, science will deliver us the ability to live sustainably. 737 more words

Comments on Defkalion reactor demo in Milan

Yesterday I participated as an observer at the Greek-Canadian company Defkalion’s demo of its LENR based energy device Hyperion in Milan, Italy. The device is just like Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat, loaded with small amounts of nickel powder and pressurized with hydrogen, and supposedly produces net thermal energy through a hitherto unknown process that seems to be nuclear (LENR stands for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions). 836 more words

Defkalion Public Forum Reopens

Andrea Rossi August 15th, 2012 at 7:48 AM Dear Steven N. Karels:

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