Blackrock following LENR closely since at least 2012

As you might remember I noticed that within minutes after the Lugano Report was realeased it was downloaded by an IP-number owned by Blackrock.

Today I got this link from a reader to a report published by Blackrock as early as june 2012. They obviously have been following Rossi and the E-cat closely since the start. Are you surprised?

Well I’m actually a little bit surprised that they are so open about it. But then again, the Big Banks short position in oil is public domain on cftc.gov. Problem is, very few are listening…  (click on the quote to open the Blacrock shale/energy report)

We are closely following start-ups experimenting with new technologies such as low-energy nuclear reaction and fusion. If successful, these efforts could completely change the current status quo and hurt traditional energy producers. It is worth watching this space. People tend to overestimate what can be done in a year, but underestimate what can happen in a decade. …

 

2 thoughts on “Blackrock following LENR closely since at least 2012

  1. Pingback: It seems big banks know about cold fusion | AN IMPOSSIBLE INVENTION

  2. Amazing info, you guys should post this on ‘zero hedge’ .

    Interestingly enough, Blackrock has 2 funds which are heavily invested in Stillwater Mining (over 10,000,000 shares, making it the top shareholder) a major producer of palladium, which is used in one type of cold fusion process.

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