LENR: A Theoretical Model is Coming

Michael McKubre, an esteemed electrochemist at SRI International, has been at the forefront of Cold Fusion/LENR research from the beginning.  A former student of Martin Fleischmann, Dr. McKubre has been an integral figure in ongoing LENR research and testing.
In a recently published interview in New Scientist, Dr. McKubre speaks of his mentor’s legacy and a theoretical model on his controversial work:

We need a good, sound theoretical model – then we can experimentally test it. We have a general idea of what’s generating the heat, but the details – how deuterium nuclei get together to fuse – have yet to be resolved. The hot fusion folk who criticised cold fusion got one thing right: if it were a pairwise reaction of only two deuterium nuclei, like in free space, you should always see the same products as in hot fusion. But, generally, we don’t see those types of products. A theoretical model is coming. I wouldn’t be surprised if we have a good one in the next four or five months.

Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project

In coordination with Hunt Utilities Group, the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP) is working to produce testable prototypes of a variation on the Celani Cell.  The goal of the group is to bring transparency to the plan, designs, the process, the data and the results of their LENR experiments.  If successful, the members of the MFMP hope research funds and private capital will flow into the LENR field and result in some amazing, life saving, and life improving products.
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