This page has two customized ChatGPT chatbots which have been loaded with data from LENR-CANR.org. The ChatBots on this screen return information from LENR-CANR.org only. They do not search the rest of the Internet, and they do not answer questions unrelated to cold fusion. We suggest you ask one primary question per query instead of combining multiple ideas within a single query. These Bots are from https://www.chatfast.io/. They may respond more slowly than other ChatGPT bot you have used, because they are optimized to do deep searches, to remember context, and because this is ChatGPT Version 4. They may take 30 seconds or more to answer your questions.


This contains the ASCII Bibliography. Use this bot to do a quick search for papers. Unfortunately, ChatGPT is still unreliable and it often fails to find papers, so you may wish to search in the Library Search All field instead.


This contains all of the Acrobat papers in the LENR-CANR.org library. Use this to do a detailed search for papers, or to ask detailed questions about cold fusion.

Here are some sample searches. In CHATBOT 1 INDEX:

What authors described the screening effect?

Kim, Y.E., R.A. Rice, and G.S. Chulick, Tsuchiya, K., K. Ohashi, and M. Fukuchi, Jiang, S., G. Yang, and S. Wang, Delley, B., Chulick, G.S., R.A. Rice, and Y.E. Kim, Czerski, K., Huke, A., Biller, A., Heide, P., Hoeft, M., Ruprecht, G., and Vaidya, S. N., Mayya, Y. S. all described the screening effect in their works.

What are the author(s), title and URL of the Pd-B experiments at China Lake?
The author(s) of the Pd-B experiments at China Lake are M. Miles and B.F. Bush. The title of the experiment is “Radiation Measurements at China Lake: Real or Artifacts?” and the URL is http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MilesMradiationm.pdf.

The ChatBot database here lists links as “URL” so you should ask for that. The Bot also understands the word “link,” as in “link to papers papers about China Lake.” Some of the papers in the database do not have URL. They are in the database, but copies are not available at LENR-CANR.org. The ChatBot will tell you the URL is “None.”

When you ask for the URL, Keywords or Abstract, it is best to repeat the title, even if it was referenced by the ChatBot in the previous response. Otherwise the ChatBot may lose track and say the URL is not on file. This is ChatGPT version 3, which is less capable than the present version 4. It will be upgraded soon.

Sample searches in CHATBOT 2 LIBRARY:

Describe experiments with palladium boron alloys (Pd-B).

Experiments with palladium boron alloys (Pd-B) have shown that they produce highly reliable Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) results. Three compositions of Pd-B alloys were prepared with nominal boron concentrations of 0.25%, 0.50%, and 0.75% by weight. Glow-Discharge Mass Spectroscopy (GDMS) analyses of the three as-prepared materials showed 0.62%, 0.38%, and 0.18% by weight of boron. Annealing of the swaged sample at 650 o C for 2 h resulted in grain sizes of about 100 μ m. The alloying with boron expands the palladium lattice by forming an interstitial alloy with palladium. X-ray diffraction studies showed two distinct phases of the same face centered cubic structure with different lattice parameters. The alloys described in the data have proven to be effective in production of energy by LENR. They gave excess powers in seven out of eight experiments in China Lake, California. The materials also produced energy in one study in the New Hydrogen Energy laboratory in Japan, and in another in a private laboratory in California.

This bot has more detail about Pd-B than the CHATBOT 1 does.

Find papers that describe both helium and tritium results.

There are two peer-reviewed papers that describe both helium and tritium results. The first paper is by Y. Arata and W.R. Seeger, titled “Tritium and neutron measurements from deuterated Pd-Si,” published in AIP Conference Proceedings in 1990. The second paper is by G. Agelao and M.C. Romano, titled “Heat and helium production during exothermic reactions between gases through palladium geometrical elements loaded with hydrogen,” published in Fusion Technology in 2000.

When and where was the ICCF23 conference held?

The ICCF23 conference was held virtually from Beijing, China, with three sessions expanding from morning, afternoon, and evening, from December 17-21, 2019. The conference website is still available for future reference at http://ikkem.com/iccf-23.php.