More interesting videos from PESN and Sterling Allan have been posted from his visit to Brillouin Energy’s offices in Berkley, California and their research partner SRI International in Menlo Park. Brillouin touts itself as having more control of the reaction through a reliable understanding of the Controlled Electron Capture Process and its proprietary electronics.
Robert Godes, Robert “Bob” George, David Firshein, Mike McKubre and Francis L. Tanzella are featured.
Bob George, CEO, and Robert Godes, President and CTO of Brillouin Energy Corporation, the company in Berkeley California working on their LENR technology with Stanford Research Institute gave a nice interview on the SmartScarecrow show.
Brillouin is an impressive company with a working CECR theory and two products in development. The WET Boiler (Water Electrolytic Tube) is being done at their lab in Berkeley and the HHT (Hydrogen Hot Tube) is being worked on at SRI International in Menlo Park.
Google has allegedly visited their laboratory. What this means remains to be seen as Brillouin admits it is still a year or more from commercial licensing to manufacturers.
LENR, LANR, CANR, CECR … the list of acronyms for theories describing the “cold fusion” phenomena continues to grow as does the number of players hoping to capitalize on the growing awareness of low energy nuclear reactions.
As described below, Robert E. Godes and Brillouin Energy Corporation is using the hydrogen in ordinary water to stimulate an exothermic nuclear process that produces no hazardous waste. The process stimulates a Controlled Electron Capture Reaction (CECR) in a catalyst which creates low energy neutrons which generates heat as they are captured, building heavier elements. Brillouin is hoping to license this technology in the near future.
Disclosure: I am a shareholder of Brillouin Energy Inc.