Tantalizing eMail Sent To Defkalion Contacts

Thursday, April 12, 2012

"Defkalion has conducted third party tests on its core technology by internationally recognized and reputable private and public organizations from Europe and America. Today, there is solid, unambiguous evidence confirming our technology. We are at the dawn of a new era of clean, inexpensive, limitless renewable energy."

This message was part of an email sent by Defkalion's Director of Business and Marketing, Symeon Tsalikoglou to people on a Defkalion contacts mailing list.

While this message is extremely positive and confident, some caution is urged until independent reports and evaluations are made available publicly and until there are enough "internationally recognized and reputable private and public organizations" willing to come forward and be identified as supporting this conclusion.

On an optimistic note, this is a very welcome development, and if confirmed, does indeed signify a new beginning in cheap energy generation along with the resulting sweeping geopolitical change that would inevitably take place.



dlstone63 April 13, 2012 at 10:02 AM  

The full text of this Defkalion email can be found at:


(You will need to translate from Swedish to English using Google or some other program.)

dobermanmacleod April 13, 2012 at 12:25 PM  

While independent confirmation is great, the goal is successful commercialization. Only with successful commercialization will the psychological barrier to this too-good-to-be-true energy technology be breached, resulting in tremendous resources being devoted to transitioning our current fossil fuel economy to a LENR economy. In other words, the Nickel Age starts with successful commercialization, not successful independent confirmation.

RossGBaker2 April 26, 2012 at 5:43 AM  

No matter what, LENR is not a renewable resource. Such clearly imprecise statements don't look good

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