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"seems to have 1 million times the energy density of gasoline"




Michael Nelson, Alternate Discipline Leader for SLS Propulsion at NASAs Propulsion Research and Development Laboratory, notes, I was impressed with the work that was done to insure the measurements claiming a 3.2 to 3.6 COP were accurate. Aside from the fact that this could not have been produced from any known chemical reaction, the most significant finding to me is the evidence of isotopic shifts in lithium and nickel. Understanding this could possibly be the beginning of a whole new era in both material transmutations and energy for the planet and for space exploration. This is an exciting time to live in and this is an exciting technology to witness come about.