LENR Replicated by Parkhomov

This is also a very important result, and many thanks to Steve Bannister. UFT226 ff. give a plausible explanation for low energy nuclear reactions, (LENR), with conservation of energy. The spin connection resonance theory also conserves total energy. In both cases energy is transferred from the ECE vacuum to devices. The ECE vacuum is defined comprehensively in the UFT papers and particularly in UFT292 to UIFT299, the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers. The early work on spin connection resonance has been extensively developed in more than two hundred and fifty papers and books, from UFT52 to UFT311, all swimming against the tide of received opinion, deeply cemented in Maxwell Heaviside. Electrical engineers tend to be ultra conservative, so acceptance of UFT311 is particularly significant. Its experimental results have already been given in a good quality conference, and, crucially important, its circuit design was made known. From UFT52 onwards to UFT107 I was working without any circuit data at all. Tesla tended to be secretive, and none of his patents give the needed extra energy. This is another milestone of UFT311. It is well known that these spacetime devices work (www.et3m.net and www.upitec.org) and are actually being sold routinely to industry, but this is the first time that results from a well defined circuit have been compared with ECE theory as developed extensively as described. To understand LENR also needs a leap of imagination – to go outside the standard model.

Sent: 27/03/2015 17:24:58 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Great days!

Horst, your work looks like a brilliant result, still digesting it.

Further, here is a link to a report translation of a very recent Alexander Parkhomov replication of the Rossi “Lugano” experiment. Parkhomov has now had several successes, and is completely “open science” about them. These are important results.


Between AIAS and UPITEC results and these experiments, this is shaping up to be a great year for science and humanity.

Very best,


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