A laudable project has been launched recently by the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project, which aims to make a better, brighter and more secure future. The Fleischmann project launched its official website: www.quantumheat.org. The facilitators of the project provided a very interesting message of introduction and discussed their desired outcomes. Here are the three goals of the project: 1.) Our initial aim is to work with you all to ensure one or more of the debated LENR technologies are tested in a standardized way, in multiple geographies, with live publication and coverage of the process. 2.) Our second aim will be to produce easy to access media in a range of languages that everyone can effortlessly use to educate their contemporaries and leaders. 3.) Our third aim is to promote support for the players in the field so that we can all soon benefit.
In order to bring large scale awareness and support to its commercial application, the facilitators aim to put an end to the debate on both the existence and viability of this new prime energy. It is their desired outcome for this old debate to move past disbelief and instead educate and inform everyone about this new area of prime energy production. It is very important for everyone to know and understand about the project in order to receive much support from the people around the world.
It cannot be denied that there have been many people who are very passionate about this project. However, the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project is seriously under funded. Thus, the facilitators are starting to campaign for further assistance through the World Wide Web. Here’s an excerpt of the message of introduction by the facilitators regarding the campaign:
“We would love your help to socially promote the initiative and if you are able, contribute. We already have a good idea of what the replication effort will cost but there are expenses accumulating already. The first thing people can do, is get on the forums and start proposing a new Joomla template for the site and then we can ask you to vote on what it should change to, if you feel it needs to. We want to make this whole initiative very democratic, we ask you, to help yourselves.”
The project also hopes to translate the scientific papers into catchy videos and that they may be looking for script writers, videographers and animators soon.