Yasuhiro Iwamura – ANS Presentation on LENR Transmutation
|December 9, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Mitsubishi, Toyota, Transmutation, Yasuhiro Iwamura|
Transmutation of elements is something that has been seen in many past experiments of LENR. Yasuhiro Iwamura presents his experimental work on transmutations utilizing LENR at the American Nuclear Society meeting. This video was posted by Steven Krivit, who organized the November 14, 2012 session. Also discussed in the video are potential commercial applications such as processing of nuclear waste or the production of rare earth elements such as platinum.
Mr. Krivit also notes on his blog that Toyota has replicated the work of Mitsubishi demonstrating transmutations utilizing Iwamura’s method.
The physicist, Yasuhiro Iwamura, told the ANS audience that the Toyota researchers confirmed that nuclear changes from one element to another took place without the use of high-energy nuclear physics. Most scientists who have not followed this field closely consider such profound claims inconceivable. Toyota used a LENR deuterium-permeation transmutation method that Iwamura invented.
The video demonstrates some of the best evidence to date for the existing of LENR. Whereas excess heat results may be debatable, the formation of new elements of atypical isotopes is very convincing that the LENR effect is real.
Lattice Energy, LLC (Lewis Larsen) weighs in on the results with a presentation.