Stanislav Adamenko on Proton 21’s Fusion Research

September 22, 2012| Fusion|1 Minutes|By AAG

By subjecting a copper electrode to a gigawatt pulse of energy, Dr. Stanislav Adamenko believes that he’s found a new form of fusion that occurs inside a millimeter sized plasma that forms in the electrode. Has Adamenko finally cracked the code for solid-state fusion, and what potential for future energy does it hold? He joins us for the inside story on Proton 21’s research in creating “The New Fusion”…

“Simply put, we’re dealing with physical processes that exhibit a strongly nonlinear dependence. A good example to consider is the amount of the excess energy released in a LENR reaction versus the amount of the active substance involved in the experiment– this is something that we’ve examined extensively in our own experimental research.

This nonlinear dependence explains why the majority of well-known LENR experiments demonstrate such extremely small yields in terms of energy production & nucleosynthesis, as well as why the results are so difficult to replicate or even accurately identify when they occur.

I’m sure that in the next five to ten years, collective & coherent nuclear reactions will become the focus of major investment in the field of nuclear-energy research, and it will lead to the beginning of a large-scale transition to a new, environmentally-friendly means of producing energy based on collective natural nuclear transformations.” – Dr. Stanislav Adamenko

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