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Royal Dutch Shell's Interest Indicates Major Shift for LENR!

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posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 05:28 AM
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Royal Dutch Shell's Interest Indicates Major Shift for LENR!


blog.n ewenergytimes.com

Royal Dutch Shell, plc, one of the largest energy companies in the world, is interested in exploring low-energy nuclear reaction research as a possible game-changer in the energy business.

Two Shell scientists, Anitha Sarkar and Gilles Buchs, with the backing of the Shell GameChanger program, are looking for opportunities to work actively with LENR experts, according to a brief introduction the researchers prepared.

“Specifically,” the site says, “we look for innovative ideas that address a demand or significant problem in the energy industry and have the potential to change the g
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posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 05:28 AM
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So, one of the Giants is wake-up! Seems a turning point. Even one of the Major Oil Company in the world look at Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.
The intererest in this field of science and energy production is huge, maybe after the Rossi's Energy catalyzer device E-Cat. So, after The UK Department Of Energy And Climate Change (DECC) Confirms It Is Monitoring The Situation With Andrea Rossi's eCat Cold Fusion Technology, now The Royal Duthc Shell make one step beyond.


Are you a GameChanger?www.shell.com...

Related threads:
One Megawat E-cat device test Successful
Cold Fusion is ready and still Alive e Kicking. US Navy Researchers says

Very Interesting times ahead!


blog.n ewenergytimes.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

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posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 06:38 AM
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don't worry......
as soon they have an perfect working system developt..
the patents of it will go into an save and never will be used...untill ther's no drip of oil is left for using....

remember the stirling engine.... shell holds the patents of it since the years 50 last century...



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 06:56 AM
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Originally posted by ressiv
don't worry......
as soon they have an perfect working system developt..
the patents of it will go into an save and never will be used...untill ther's no drip of oil is left for using....

remember the stirling engine.... shell holds the patents of it since the years 50 last century...


Ya i will believe it when i see one
the patents will get put away and it will be said that the efficency was to low

and if it does come out they will corner the market and control a special part of it
will have to pay a arm & a leg for it



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 06:58 AM
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That is incorrect.
The principle itself of the sterling engine is unpatentable, as any such patent helt by stirling would have ran out by now. Also other companies are building variations of this engine even today and patenting these, one such is Infinia for example.


Starting in 1986, Infinia Corporation began developing both highly reliable pulsed free-piston Stirling engines, and thermoacoustic coolers using related technology. The published design uses flexural bearings and hermetically sealed Helium gas cycles, to achieve tested reliabilities exceeding 20 years. As of 2010, the corporation had amassed more than 30 patents, and developed a number of commercial products for both combined heat and power, and solar power.


However anyone can use the basic concept, as you still need a heat source for it, it has nothing to do with free energy.



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 08:20 AM
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Originally posted by ressiv
don't worry......
as soon they have an perfect working system developt..
the patents of it will go into an save and never will be used...untill ther's no drip of oil is left for using....
remember the stirling engine.... shell holds the patents of it since the years 50 last century...

Lol, I was just about to mention that.
An oil major taking interest in what will potentially be its downfall
is always suspect.



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 09:51 AM
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The current Shell initiative follows an inquiry from the United States intelligence community into LENR. Both news items are powerful indicators that 2012 is the year that LENR will move forward into serious technology research.

Before the blog about Shell shut down or closed.


December 17, 2011 at 00:21

Received via e–mail:

I ask you take down the blog about Shell. That was privileged information for the CMNS group, and it’s disclosure is highly inappropriate.

Thank you,
Ed Beardsworth.
PS… I am not a venture capitalist.



posted on Dec, 17 2011 @ 11:09 AM
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Who exactly is us intelligence community? Why would they pick out shell out of a hat.
Maybe Shell has been asked to do some investigative/ and or intelligence gathering work for them.
Oilmajors willing to help inventors of alternative forms of energy could be only to smoke them out, but I hope
not.



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