Great news everybody, Im in Ireland together with travel blogger Na´Eun to give away some presents and work on some new material.
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Na´Eun and I meet in Boston when I went there to study at MIT, we have keept contact ever since. I recently meet up with her again in Puerto Rico and now we´re joining forces for a few weeks.
I never quite realized the power of blogging before meeting her but. Now I know a bit better how to steer visitors into my blog and other websites to collect money and thats seriously dope since I am a dog and everything…
Anyway… more about that later….
The European Parlament will hold a mini Event in Brussel 3 June 2013 on Cold Fusion.
Among the attendes you will find representants of 4 Universities, A Green Energy Research company with base in Ireland / Dublin, Cold Fusion Rockstar Mr McKubre from SRI labs and many other Interesting Companies and Institutions.
“New advancements on the Fleischmann-Pons Effect: paving the way for a potential new clean renewable energy source?”
This is a very important event!
Cold Fusion needs fundings and awareness, something the field have been struggling with.
Apparently, Cold Fusion is not dead!
Last year someone mentioned Cold Fusion to me during a business meeting and when doing research I started to slip into a deep psychosis. The way I look at it, if this is real its equivalent of every person in this world becoming millionaires over night. Quite the same effect I would imagine someone who wins a a million on lotto would feel.
People on this planet have a few surprises coming!
I believe that Cold Fusion will once again some day be head line news in every news paper and media on this planet and possible we will have to come to terms with that millions of people have starved and frozen for no good reason over the last 20 years.
This is certainly news worth celebrating!
3 June 2013 , Brussels. New advancements on the Fleischmann-Pons Effect: paving the way for a potential new clean renewable energy source? Event co-organized by ENEA at the European Parliament. Under the patronage of Hon. Amalia Sartori, Chair of the ITRE Committee c / o European Parliament, the event sees participants between the Commissioner ENEA Giovanni Lelli, the Director of the Industrial Technologies Directorate Herbert Von Bose, the Director of the Sidney Kimmel Institute for Nuclear Renaissance (USA) Graham Hubler, and the Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Missouri (USA) Robert Duncan.