MIT Short Course on Cold Fusion – Week 2
|February 4, 2013||Posted by Jack Cole under MIT, Mitchell Swartz, Peter Hagelstein|
Ruby Carat of Cold Fusion Now has an excellent write-up on the second week of the short course on Cold Fusion at MIT by Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Mitchell Swartz. Dr. Swartz has developed a cold fusion device called the NANOR which outputs 14+ more times energy than the energy input. Sadly, his process has not yet been scaled up to a range of output that would be useful. Be that as it may, Dr. Swartz demonstrates a knowledgeable grasp of the concepts regarding the measurement of excess power/energy.
Interestingly, Dr. Swartz suggests that tiny “cracks” in the metal lattice actually inhibit LENR in contrast to the observations of Dr. Edmund Storms. Dr. Swartz suggests that cracks allow for the hydrogen to unload from the metal lattice, and that LENR takes place within “voids” within the metal lattice.