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ExtremeTech

Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers, seems to have 1 ...
ExtremeTech
You either go public and make the technology open for everyone, or you take it to BP or Shell and they write you a cheque for all the money they have. If it works the way you claim then you don't develop it in a tiny company with a very coloured history.

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New calendar system proves learning curve
The Pacific Index
“One was that the technology that the old news and calendar system was based on is outdated. It was called ColdFusion, and it's not a technology that is used too often anymore. When it was built, CANS was getting close to 10 years old, and the person ...


FedScoop

How the Energy Department uses cybersecurity for asset management
FedScoop
Lauderdale, the Energy Department's chief architect, has been spending the better part of 2014 refining a system that gives agency leadership an agile way to use the agency's existing technology and phase out end-of-life software. While the primary ...


ExtremeTech

Cold fusion tech picked up by major US partner, prepares for launch in the ...
ExtremeTech
On the off-chance that cold fusion does turn out to be the savior of civilization, though, I'm going to keep on writing about it. Today, the big news is that a large US investment company has acquired the rights to Andrea Rossi's E-Cat cold fusion ...


Cold fusion continues to progress stealthily into the mainstream
Wired.co.uk
The plan is to use reactors powered by Brillouin's cold fusion technology to replace existing boilers in a conventional power station. Bob George, CEO of Brillouin, says they should produce electricity at two cents per kilowatt-hour -- about a third of ...
Interview with Mike McKubre about Brillouin at SRI InternationalPure Energy Systems News

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Fig Leaf Software Launches New Responsive Drupal Website for City of ...
IT Business Net
"The new website brings together a number of best-of-breed technologies, including the Acquia Drupal platform and the Google Search Appliance, to deliver an optimal and mobile-first web experience," said Dave Gallerizzo USMCR (Ret.), CEO of Fig Leaf ...

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The Guardian

Has Lockheed Martin really made a breakthrough in nuclear fusion technology?
The Guardian
“The old promise of atoms for peace was a noble one, but ultimately flawed because the technology wasn't right for it. We can achieve that grand vision and bring clean power to the world. The true atomic age can start.” But fusion researchers have ...
Lockheed Martin announces its Skunk Works wants to build a fusion reactorThe Verge
Lockheed Martin's Compact Fusion Reactors: a solution to the world's energy ...NEWS.com.au
Lockheed Martin Unveils Compact Fusion Reactor Which 'Could Provide ...Huffington Post UK

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ExtremeTech

1-megawatt cold fusion power plant now available – yours for just $1.5 million
ExtremeTech
E-Cat, or Energy Catalyzer to give its full name, is a technology (and company of the same name) developed by Andrea Rossi — an Italian scientist who claims he's finally harnessed cold fusion. Due to a lack of published papers, and thus peer review ...
This Cold Fusion Reactor Costs $1.5 Million, Might Not Actually WorkGizmodo
Order Your Very Own Cold Fusion ReactorMotherboard (blog)

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Best Web Hosting Providers Introduces New Blog and Redesigned Website
SYS-CON Media (press release)
The goal is to provide better, more useful content to help webmasters stay on top of the latest web hosting technologies. The new blog will also contain informative posts on related topics, such as search engine optimization (SEO) and web design best ...

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NASA's cold fusion tech could put a nuclear reactor in every home, car, and plane
ExtremeTech
The cold fusion dream lives on: NASA is developing cheap, clean, low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology that could eventually see cars, planes, and homes powered by small, safe nuclear reactors. When we think of nuclear power, there are usually ...

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