CERN Colloquium had several presentations on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and this link has several of the powerpoint presentations that were made
Mitsubishi described nuclear transmutations made with LENR
D2 gas permeation through nano-structured Pd multilayer film makes it possible to induce nuclear transmutation under low pressure and low temperature condition.
Overview of LENT Theory Low Energy Nuclear Transmutations by Yogendra Srivastava
40 page presentation by Yogendra Srivastava, University of Perugia
Electro Weak Fusion which utilizes all three forces of the Standard Model works extremely well for explaining LENT
But certain paradigm shifts are essential for a proper understanding of the phenomena: (i) Born-Oppenheimer approximation is invalid on the surface of metallic hydrides where all charged particles do a collective dance (ii)Substantial electric field is present in the Solar corona contrary to the usual solar plasma model where it is ignored
Theoretical know how and technology for LENT already exist. Vigorous attempts must be made to obtain Clean Nuclear Power.
Celani gave a 32 page overview of the history of significant Low Energy Nuclear Reaction experiments
Yifang Wang of CERN gave a 58 page presentation Observation of Electron Anti-neutrino Disappearance at Daya Bay
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