Research

Dr. Storms has been studying LENR and publishing papers since the beginnings of the field in 1989. His in-depth knowledge has enabled him to write a number of review papers at critical junctures in the history of cold fusion. A few examples are shown below.

RECENT

How basic behavior of LENR can guide a search for an explanation [pdf] -Revised

Current research on Nano-crack Theory parameters provides these reports [pdf]:

Progress Report #6

Progress Report #5

Progress Report #4

Progress Report #3

Progress Report #2

Progress Report #1

See also:

The Present Status of Cold Fusion and its Expected Influence on Science and Technology Innovative Energy Policies, 2015 [.pdf]

A Student’s Guide to Cold Fusion Updated 2012, www.LENR.org. [.pdf]

An Explanation of Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (Cold Fusion) J. Cond. Matter Nucl. Sci., 2012. 9: p. 85-107 [.pdf]

The Status of Cold Fusion (2010) Naturwissenschaften, 2010. 97: p. 861 [.pdf]

What Is Known about Cold Fusion? www.LENR-CANR.org, 2009.

How to Explain Cold Fusion? in ACS Symposium Series 998, Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook, J. Marwan and S.B. Krivit, Editors. 2008, American Chemical Society: Washington, DC. p. 85 [link]

Cold Fusion for Dummies www.LENR-CANR.org, 2005 [.pdf]

Cold Fusion: an Objective Assessment www.LENR-CANR.org, 2001 [.pdf]

A Review of the Cold Fusion Effect J. Sci. Exploration, 1996. 10(2): p. 185 [.pdf]

Review of Experimental Observations about the Cold Fusion Effect Fusion Technol., 1991. 20: p. 433 [.pdf]

An Examination of the Relationship Between Observation and Explanation