A common theme in the News stories selected for this section, and in the commentary and analysis which comes with them is applicability to novel forms of energy and a more basic common denominator is spin. The more exotic of these novel forms involves hydrogen - in physical states
The long awaited test report of the latest E-Cat reactor of Andrea Rossi was released last week. Entitled Observation of Abundant Heat Production from a Reactor Device and of Isotopic Changes in the Fuel By Giuseppe Levi et al, it was seen as a "glowing" success by many and a disappointment by others. The most amazing detail is in the isotopic changes, which were a huge surprise.
A recent headline in Scientific American magazine, and a number of other News outlets is typical of a growing chorus... even if its name is not harmonious to the ear. New Solar Cells Use Perovskite to Turn Water into Energy
"Epicatalysis" is both new and old. It may be another whisper of an upcoming paradigm-shift in our view of thermodynamics, and it can be related to anomalous thermal gain in metal hydrides. Epicatalysis can be labeled as a subset of "supra-chemistry", a controversial segment of the field where reactions purportedly can cycle back and forth, with net gain or net loss over time ... providing, of course, there is a hidden or non-obvious source of energy, even ambient heat or particularly a "dynamical" Casimir effect. The News begins here:
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