The Galileo Project: The Future
Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 @ 18:42:59 MST
Topic: Science


Steve Krivit writes: For Immediate Release /March 20, 2007
Contact: Steven Krivit: (310) 470-8189

The Galileo Project: The Future

New Energy Institute applauds the participants of Phase 1 of the Galileo Project for their diligence and discipline in this most challenging field of scientific inquiry. The first report on the research from this group was reported in the March 16, 2007, issue of New Energy Times.


The Galileo Project was initiated by New Energy Institute to facilitate replication of the co-deposition experiment developed by the San Diego SPAWAR Systems Center group, as reported in New Energy Times, Nov. 10, 2006. The project was the first coordinated widespread replication effort of a low energy nuclear reaction experiment in the 18-year history of the field historically known as cold fusion.

The project was named for the pioneering spirit of all the condensed matter nuclear science researchers, who have had the courage to "look through the telescope" at unconventional science.

New Energy Times expects to report on the results of other members who participated in Phase 1 of the Galileo Project in the coming months, as the research teams present their results at science conferences or in science journals.

The laboratory protocol for Phase 1 of the Galileo Project is available for any adult who is willing to sign a liability release. Our contact information is here. The experiment is not recommended for people without electrochemistry experience.

New Energy Institute has selected a new team for Phase 2 of the Galileo Project. Our objective will be to develop additional confirmatory evidence of nuclear particle tracks as well as to identify more explicitly the characteristics of the apparent nuclear emissions.

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