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In Memory of Irving Dardik

Irving Dardik

LENR researcher Irving Dardik passed away on November 1, 2023 at the age of 87. He utilized his theory of SuperWavesTM in his medical therapy treatment program, as well as in the LENR field in work with his company Energetics Technologies. Dardik was a vascular surgeon, professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and founding chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Council.

At ICCF14 in August 2008, Dardik was awarded the Giuliano Preparata Medal by the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science. His acceptance speech was published in Infinite Energy #81 (see p. 8). The Energetics Technologies YouTube page has numerous videos, including this acceptance speech and descriptions of the SuperWavesTM theory.

Marianne Macy has reported for Infinite Energy on the work and impact of Dardik, including his association with Sidney Kimmel (who funded cold fusion work at Dardik’s Energetics Technologies and the Sidney Kimmel Institute at the University of Missouri) and his work in 2009 with Martin Fleischmann on his health and management of Parkinson’s (see pp. 12-13 of Macy’s ICCF15 report in IE #88.)

In 2017, science writer Roger Lewin published the book Making Waves: Irving Dardik and His SuperWave Principle. That same year, Dardik released his own book, The Nature of Nature: The Discovery of SuperWaves and How It Changes Everything, which was reviewed in IE #135 by Michael McKubre.