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By Frank Znidarsic

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 6, November 1998, pp. 3-4.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1998 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
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By Frank Znidarsic,

The symposium was held on October 11th at the Manchester, New Hampshire Convention Center.

The seminar lasted from 8 AM until 9:30 PM. It was long and drawn out. After dinner, Dr. Peter Glueck gave John and I large color pictures of Yuri's latest constructions. I gave Peter one of my CD-ROMS in return. I hope he likes it. I plan to post Peter's pictures on my web site.

During the seminar many topics were presented, including what causes thunder, conspiracies, the Marinov Motor, and electromagnetic anomalies. This went on for hours. I had to ask, "What does this have to do with new energy?"

Hal Fox presented a brief to the point overview of his work with high-density charge clusters. Hal Fox is of the opinion this technology has great potential. I remember about 15 years ago when Hal Puthoff was working with Ken Shoulders in this same thing at Jupiter Technologies. This technology has been a long time coming and it is still not here. At the end of Hal Fox's discussion I asked, "Hal, Do you believe that Shoulder's electron clusters are superconductive?" Fox answered, "Yes they are superconductive and superfluid." I believe that this is a most important point. That's why I brought it up.

Les Case presented his gas phase heavy water deuterium cell. He explained that the technology will be proven shortly. We have all heard this before.

Jed Rothwell explained that cold fusion technology was being developed by older people and as they die off the technology will be lost.

The Kinetic Furnace was sitting to the rear of the conference room. I understand that it does not produce anomalous energy after being transported on a truck. Did it ever produce anomalous energy? I found out that one of the inventors had died. Jed's point struck home.

It was a pleasure to hear Dr. Edmund Storms speak. John and I had traveled to Santa Fee N.M. about two years ago to visit Dr. Storms. This was our second meeting and it was again a pleasure. Storms explained in his lecture that he had gone as far as he could with his own resources and that the field was now on "life support." I could not agree more. It has been three years since Power Gen. Where are the commercial products? Gene Mallove said that there are many papers on the subject and no more papers are needed. Working prototypes are needed.

I believe that the electrolytic and gas-phase cold fusion technologies have now gone as far as they can and that they are proving not to be commercial. If the field is to be rescued dramatic new approaches must be taken.

I explained to Dr. Storms that my work has lead me to believe that there was a link between superconductivity, cold fusion, and gravity. Dr. Storms informed me that he was preparing an experiment to look for room temperature superconductivity within palladium electrodes. He did mention it in his lecture. No one seemed to notice or grasp this most important point. During the seminar I wrote a note to Dr. Storms telling him why I felt his tests for superconductivity were of the utmost importance. During lunch break I explained to Storms that the test for superconductivity was a very important step. Once it is understood that the process is superconductive, other more robust superconductive technologies can be developed. I explained to Dr. Storms what I believe the basic superconductive processes were. He explained that no one had ever tried that one approach in the reduction of nuclear waste. I outlined our work with cryogenic, radio-frequency cold fusion technologies. I also explained that our group was limited and without funding. Dr. Storm's told me, "If I detect superconductivity you will be the first to know!"

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