National Instruments is providing tools and equipment for cold fusion researchers to help them understand the phenomenon. Although greater precision and accuracy in testing is a very good thing, it should be clarified that there is no doubt that cold fusion has already been proven to be a real phenomenon.
National Instruments is providing tools for LENR researchers so they can take more precise and accurate measurements.
A PDF file (4 Mb) has been posted that shows the slides that were presented in a talk given by Dr Stefano Concezzi, Director of Science and Big Physics for National Instruments. In the conclusion, he stated:
“There is an unknown physical event and there is a need of better measurements and control tools. NI is playing a role in accelerating innovation and discovery.”
In the slides, some details are provided about National Instruments, such as how no one sector takes up more than 15% of their business. They also provide a list of the cold fusion researchers they are providing with tools and technology.… Read the rest