The LENR-CANR library consists of a bibliography of over 3,800 item, and over 860 full text papers and books. The bibliography was compiled by Dieter Britz, Edmund Storms and Jed Rothwell. Select LIBRARY – Summary to see the full bibliography. Papers and books available for download have the word DOWNLOAD in the left column:
The index appears on the lower portion of the screen. You can escape the WordPress borders and have the index fill the whole screen by selecting the menu items on the right.
Click on the key to see a detailed description of the document:
You can click on as many as you want, to open multiple descriptions:
If you want to see full details for every item on the screen, select Detail instead:
The Summary and Details screen shows all items in the bibliography. You may wish to see only the items available for download. Click on the Available for Download menu item for that. The papers are listed with the most recently uploaded papers first. Click on the Description heading to list them alphabetically by author.
How to Search for Papers
The easiest way to search for a paper is to type the author or part of the title into the (Quick Search box) on the top left. In the Summary screen this searches for words in the “Description” field only. To find words in the Abstract or Keywords, go to the Detail screen.
You can do a more elaborate search by pressing the Search button . In the Detail screen you can search for specifics in any field:
When you return to the display, a message on the top right tells you what you are searching for: “Author Equal Storms, E. and Title Contains tritium”
The LENR-CANR Library filenames are composed as follows: Take the principal author’s last name and initials. Remove spaces, commas, numerals letters with umlauts and any other character outside the range of a-z and A-Z. Truncate to 10 characters.
Take the title of the paper, convert to lowercase, and remove character outside the range of a-z. Truncate to 10 characters. Append to author name. Some authors have published more than one paper with the same title, or with the same first ten letters. In these cases, letters a, b, c . . . are appended:
Schwinger, J. ” Cold fusion: a hypothesis” => SchwingerJcoldfusion.pdf
Schwinger, J. ” Cold Fusion — Does It Have a Future?” => SchwingerJcoldfusion a.pdf
Schwinger, J. ” Cold Fusion Theory, A Brief History of Mine” => SchwingerJcoldfusion b.pdf