October 13, 2020. (2020) - A short documentary on how the NASA cold fusion reactor and the once upon a time considered scam E-Cat reactor, are suspiciously similar [00:14:09] Close Superconductor technology for smaller, sooner fusion. Shares. podcast; Nuclear reactions in condensed matter – basis of a new energy; Cold fusion reactor heats room in Sapporo; Sergei Tcvetkov on the Cold Fusion Now! 2025 is much sooner than 2050, but demonstration, and … I was wrong about ‘cold fusion’ May 19, 2020 John Richards Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! 03 October 2020 19:37. Comments (20) ... maxwellanderson842@gmail. MIT-Commonwealth Fusion Systems demonstration of new superconducting cable is a key step on the high-field path to compact fusion. Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works is building a new, more capable test reactor as it continues to move ahead with its ambitious Compact Fusion Reactor program, or … Read full story → As of today, about five years since Lockheed's public revelation of the cold fusion project, Lockheed is working on its Tokamak Energy, from Oxfordshire, believes that the third version of their compact, spherical tokamak reactor will be able to reach temperatures of 100 million degrees Celsius by 2020. By Charles Q. Choi - Live Science Contributor 01 October 2020. Thermal power output of the cell is now able to exceed the air-flow calorimeter’s heat removal capacity of 1 kilowatt. I was wrong about ‘cold fusion’ May 19, 2020 John Richards Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! podcast; Fundraiser for Ruby Carat to attend ICCF-22 Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference 2019; Frank Acland of E-Cat World on the Cold Fusion Now! Nuclear fusion reactor could be here as soon as 2025. More information: Francisco Caruso et al, A bidimensional quasi-adiabatic model for muon-catalyzed fusion in muonic hydrogen molecules, The European Physical Journal D (2020… 2020 the Breakthrough Year? https://hackaday.com/2020/09/28/nasa-claims-cold-fusion-without-naming-it Modifications to the cold fusion energy reactor designed by Tadahiko Mizuno have dramatically increased excess heat production. As of today, about five years since Lockheed's public revelation of the cold fusion project, Lockheed is working on its "T4B" test reactor.