Recently Mats Lewan recieved the following email from JT Vaughn at IH.
Link to Mats: Industrial Heat Statement
My interpretation of the statement is that IH (and everyone involved on a personal level) probably is under fierce attacks from all kinds of random weirdos, trolls and pathosceptics. Most of them only stupid, but some of them I’m sure have a bigger agenda.
Look at this statement:
Unfortunately, there is a long and continuing pattern of premature proclamations in the LENR sector. Because of this, we encourage open-minded skepticism. We believe society suffers when technological advances and innovative experimentation are stifled; likewise, society and the industry suffer when results are promoted and claims are made without rigorous verification and precise measurement.
The “long and continuing pattern of premature proclamations” obviously relates to 27 years of thourogh and deliberate miscrediting of everything and everyone related to cold fusion and LENR put into action mostly by the skin-in-the-game academic reasearch community spread by the corrupt presstitutes from the so called respected academic journals and borderline MSM like Nature and Popular Science.
Open-minded sceptisim is exactly what all of the above are lacking. There is no question about that technological advances have been stifled due to these academic and media powers. They are indirectly responsible for the suffering/death of millions of people that otherwise could have been reduced. Will they be held responsible? Of course not. Not any more than the politician/bankers that created the financial mortgage meltdown some years ago.
This email would probobly not have been written unless IH
- Recieves a lot of discreet threats and general harassing
- Knows the result of the 350 day test is positive and that the third party report will leave no doubt.
However there is no doubt either that everyone that has had anything to do with with the report will be attacked. Even on a personal level. We will see massive discrediting down to the level of spelling errors and old speeding tickets.
We value credibility through sound LENR research. That’s why any claims made about technologies in our portfolio should only be relied upon if affirmed by Industrial Heat and backed by reputable third parties who have verified our results in repeated experiments.
Our portfolio of work has never been stronger and we remain excited about the potential we see.
Apart from beeing very positive, this is yet another credit to the Lugano Report. It is absolutely obvious that they trust the results of the report, and they should know. Pathosceptics and fools like Stephan Pomp and Peter Ekström, that have never even been close to an E-Cat obviously suffer from extreme hubris (or something worse)
On a positive note. Maybe it all comes down to fear of change, fear of the unkown. On the paper people seam to like change and innovation, but when confronted with it in the real world they will voted it down by a clear majority, due to mostly hate of the people bringing it to them and fear of the consequences it brings. Sad it is, but at least better than the criminal alternatives.
Generally though I believe the worst enemies of LENR is not the oil and energy business. They can transform to new conditions of their own powers. No. The worst ones are found among people and organisations that are dependent on tax financing. Obviously expensive academic research within hot fusion comes to mind, but there are other neigbouring areas in research like alternative energy. Also the whole climate change industry is thouroghly unprepared. Up until now they have been shouting fraud and/or been in denial. It will change and they will fight for their lives trying to regulate … something …
Finally they might change signs in their excel models and call for preventing a new ice age instead … That will work … oxygen tax … taxing the trees … Well. Maybe not, but they will find another fear to capitalize on. For sure.
“Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity, but don’t rule out malice.”
— Albert Einstein