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Semi-Finalist Evaluation

Judges'' comments

Thank you very much for your creative contest entry, we greatly appreciate your willingness to share your ideas and also the time and effort you put into developing a proposal and submitting it to the contest!

Although linking cold fusion, hybrid graphene electrical energy storage, and nanotechnology is imaginative, the proposal was difficult to follow and the main technical points did not translate. Cold fusion research has been going on for decades, but remains in extreme infancy and is highly risky from social, political, and technical perspectives. Thus, though the combination of cold fusion, hybrid graphene storage, and nanotechnology is novel, its feasibility appears low and impact therefore limited.

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Neil Lizotte

Jun 12, 2016


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Sorry I disagree with you at all.The One megawatt E Cat LENR system by Andrea Rossi recently finished a 350 day validation test in which The E Cat maintained temps of 1400 degrees Celsius with a COP of 50 and up to 60 for the entire 350 day test until the switch was turned off.The 350 day test used only about 10 grams of fuel and the customer is so happy with how much money they saved that they want three more systems.If this is considered extreme infancy by you, then I think you need to do some research, I provided lots of links to videos and websites to help you.Brillouin Energy recently showcased their Brillouin Boiler to congress and the US and Canadian Military are very   interested in LENR and both want it today.The Graphene ESD I was referring too by Edison Power will showcase in a electric super car called The Edison Electron One in 2016 and it will have a distance of maybe 500 KM, but then a graphene fuel cell will kick in and recharge the GESD in 5 minutes while driving.The only issue with Electric 18 wheel 100,000 pound semi trucks, is the slow recharge time, but add one of Edison Power's GESD and graphene fuel cell and you have un limited range.This graphene ESD will also appear in 900 homes in two new off grid subdivisions in Kelowna British Columbia and will be powered by solar, wind and digesters.Imagine only needing a few minutes of sun or wind power to charge your GESD called The Edison Always On The Internet Of Energy with enough juice to power and heat your home with electric floor mats.I have been in regular contact with one of the directors of Edison Power and have been following him on YouTube while he conducts his research on these GESD's and I can tell you they are getting ready for mass production.They screen print their GESD's and the whole process is very simple and easy to mass produce.The E Cat is ready for mass production today I believe.I provided several links to videos and related websites, and am sorry that they are neglected, they would help you to catch up on LENR progress.

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