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The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project is a group dedicated to researching Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (often referred to as LENR) while sharing all procedures, data, and results openly online. We rely on comments from online contributors to aid us in developing our experiments and contemplating the results. We invite everyone to participate in our discussions, which take place in the comments of our experiment posts. These links can be seen along the right-hand side of this page. Please browse around and give us your feedback. We look forward to seeing you around Quantum Heat.

Join us and become part of the project. Become one of the active commenters, who question our work and suggest next steps.

Or, if you are an experimenter, talk to us about becoming an affiliated lab and doing your work in a Live Open Science manner.

Over the last year and a half, MFMP has worked hard to try to replicate and demonstrate some form of LENR.  We have faced a huge learning curve and we have done so in as open a manner as we could.

We have worked primarily with Celani's wires.

We have accomplished a few experiments that appear to show small amounts of excess energy (6 to 10%).  These results still face a number of open questions that we are diligently working through.  

We have shared evidence of a repeatable rise in counts from a Geiger counter.  We continue to work to validate these results in new experiments and with better instruments.   

We have published all the apparatus we have worked with.  We have published all the successful experiments we have had and a vast majority of the unsuccessful ones, too.  There are no promising results unreported.  We will not sign any NDA that would limit our ability to share experimental design or data.

We continue to hope that any entity out there that can accomplish any repeatable LENR will step forward to demonstrate them openly and seek outside replication in order to move the entire field forward.  

In the coming days we will update this blog entry with a better summary and some news from Celani.

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0 #8 Edwin Pell 2014-01-08 19:01
Mathieu, happy new year.

What's up? Is Celani wire still the vehicle for further study?

0 #7 Mathieu Valat 2014-01-08 08:21
Thank you for your kind words, this means a lot for us.
Much love.
0 #6 Clovis Alan Ray 2014-01-07 18:31
hi, guys been a while, since i was on this great site, can't tell you how much i think you guys has helped to popularize the lenr enomaly, don't worry about the nay sayers you are doing real science, and that is so satisfying to know that you are laying a foundation for further researchers , thank you for all you do and you want be forgotten, when this thing is opened up to the world there will be loads of people coming to you for info,
+4 #5 wargrave 2013-12-31 12:51
Shit ain't gonna work folks. :lol:
+6 #4 Robert Greenyer 2013-12-13 09:03

I second Ryans point, if they have that capability, then let's see it, there was also a claim that they have exceeded the results we have seen, it would be nice to see just the data to support that.

We have not sought consultancy from LENR Cars, Nicholas has donated a significant amount of time on a personal basis to help build and operate the MFMPs Steel and Glass cells that were fully funded by donations from the crowd and time and resources provided by team members, including Nicholas in a personal capacity.


Thanks, that means a lot, we are not operating as anyones personal testing facility, we are rigorously investigating claims in a radically challenging, open scientific way. Of course we would have liked to run our Kickstarter many moons ago, but we are not interested in seeking this approach until we are reasonably convinced that we have an incontrovertibl e experiment. We pride ourselves in credibility and are not cavalier about making claims that we can not substantiate.

When we do make claims, the data will have already been openly published. We will not make aspirational claims about what might be possible in the future in order to seek support. We will only appeal on the basis of research we are planning to perform. Science is a fact based discipline, it cannot be based on personal belief.
+4 #3 bob 2013-12-12 23:41
I believe that the future of science lies along the path you've help carve. Your pioneering work on live open science is almost more important than your contributions to the LENR field.

Keep up the great work guys.
+4 #2 Ryan Hunt 2013-12-12 21:22
If Nicolas has that capability, I sure wish he would share it. That would save me a lot of time.
0 #1 Andrew Olson 2013-12-12 21:20
This is definitely heartening news. I was beginning to wonder as I was just reading that Quantum Heat is collaborating with LENR Cars; which is supposedly going to building their own 1KW cell.

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