Welcome to LENR Plans! LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions) offers clean, inexpensive, virtually limitless energy. LENR may very well be the most important discovery since fire. This site is for all those who want to build their own LENR device using the cooperative wisdom of the masses. The goal is to create free, open source, easy to build LENR reactor plans with reliable performance and low cost materials for do-it-yourselfers. Complete plans are not yet available, however, the massive amount of information that’s coming out at a torrential pace will inevitably lead to complete ‘cookbook’ plans and instructions. It’s just a matter of time, I believe, before all the details are worked out and in the public domain, and so I’m creating this blog to speed the design process along and help make sure this incredible technology is not blocked from helping all of mankind.
Content on this site will come primarily from you the readers. I believe the good will of people and the power of the Internet will make this idea unstoppable. There’s already tons of excellent information available. Unfortunately, it’s scattered across lots of websites, books and journals. So far the specific details for building your own LENR reactor are not aggregated in one place, making experimentation slow and unnecessarily difficult.
Reader submissions: Readers are asked to send one focused idea or ‘gem’ at a time so complex processes can be presented in manageable amounts of information. If you know of a good idea (preferably based on first-hand experience and thorough understanding of your suggestions), then choose one of the blog pages below and leave a comment. (The additional blog pages have not been created yet, so please be patient.) Ideally each suggestion will be succinctly written and spell checked for ease of reading, and will include necessary details such as a brief description, how to build info, name of parts, sources (web addresses) for supplies, and other pertinent facts. Simple drawings in JPEG format (600 pixels wide) are highly recommended. If the suggestion is from another blog or other site, please provide a brief quotation and a link to the original source. Include author, title and page number if your suggestion is from a book or journal that’s not available online. Links to videos are encouraged if they provide detailed building instructions. (General info LENR videos will not be posted so as maintain the focus on developing workable plans.)
Moderation: I’ll review each suggestion and approve those that seem most practical. The moderation/approval process should be less than 24 hours in most cases. I may ask for further clarification if your suggestion is not clear.
This blog will soon be organized by topic (one blog page per topic) for ease of use. Suggestions are welcome. Proposed pages include:
- Reactor core
- Boiler design
- Metal lattice
- Nuclear Active Environment (cracks, voids, etc.)
- Magnetic Field
- Electrical Input
- Resources (blogs, websites, suppliers, books, etc.)
Reactor design: We need to start somewhere in order to focus our energies. The proposed reactor design is something along the lines of Andrea Rossi’s high temperature Hot Cat, which purportedly produces 1,200 C heat. This design uses a cylinder within a cylinder with the hydrogen, nuclear active environment and any catalysts contained between the two cylinders. The reactor would drive a turbo-generator for producing electricity or produce hot water for commercial or domestic use. This seems like the most promising design to emerge to date, so unless or until something better comes along then other designs such as electrochemical cells will not be considered for this project.
For those who think this project is impossible, please research all the recent LENR developments on sites such as Vortex-L Mailing List, E-Cat World, E-Cat News and Cold Fusion Now. (I’ll soon do a Resources page with a summary of major breakthroughs.) After you’ve done the necessary background research, stop and realize how quickly this field is developing. The race to bring commercially viable products to market is on! It’s not hard to imagine an open source device going public in the next 1-3 years, maybe even sooner if those with specialized knowledge step forward to supply the most critical details. Also keep in mind that the most difficult parts will likely be commercially available in the near future.
Warning: building pressurized devices that utilize heat, hydrogen and electricity is obviously dangerous. The author assumes no liability for accidents or injuries and urges everyone to proceed with caution. If you lack the necessary skills and safety equipment, just follow along for the ride until the process has been worked out and deemed safe. At that point the best information on this site will be distilled into a more user friendly format — probably a PDF instruction guide with complete how-to details and drawings.