Maine Company Touts Cold Fusion Customers

In the following article from Mainebiz, MEGA Industries, a Gorham, Maine, USA based manufacturer of high-power microwave components, boasts of record sales and adding jobs and a customer base consisting of national laboratories “doing research on new ways of generating energy using cold fusion.”

The article also discusses a very specific client base including Raytheon and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Michigan State University, the Oakridge National Laboratory, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford and the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center.

It’s interesting to note the direct effect this is having on job creation and more than hints that LENR research may be experiencing a new rebirth.

Read the full article.

Star Trek Impulse Power Discovery

Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston have found that a microwave thruster system that requires no propellant does indeed generate a small amount of thrust, Wired UK reported Thursday (July 31). If the technology pans out, it could make spaceflight far cheaper and speedier, potentially opening up much of the cosmos to boldly going where no man has gone before.

You can read the abstract of the NASA team’s new paper for free here.

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