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Cold Fusion Closer To Acceptance By Mainstream!
Posted on Saturday, June 11, 2005 @ 09:54:29 GMT by vlad

Science nanotech writes: Check out this Christian Science Monitor article about cold fusion and how new experiments are vindicating it in the eyes of the mainstream.

http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0606/p25s01-stss.html?s=u



"A very reputable, very careful group of scientists at the University of Los Angeles (Brian Naranjo, Jim Gimzewski, Seth Putterman) has initiated a fusion reaction using a laboratory device that's not much bigger than a breadbox, and works at roughly room temperature. This time, it looks like the real thing."


My question: Can just the fact that such a thing exists, and will be accepted by the mainstream established physicists, lead to a tremendous drop in oil stocks?


 
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Re: Cold Fusion Closer To Acceptance By Mainstream! (Score: 1)
by ElectroDynaCat on Saturday, June 11, 2005 @ 13:24:51 GMT
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Its my opinion that in fact, we are very close to a breakthrough in energy production from what could be termed "non conventional" techniques involving the interaction of accelerated nuclei inside a crystaline lattice.

There exists a effect called "channelling" in which high speed nuclei confine themselves automatically to small areas inside body centered and hexagonal crystal structures.

This confinement greatly increases the probability of two nuclei colliding and fusing inside the crystal matrix.

When cold fusion was first reported, it was thought that channelling was responsible for what was observed as excess energy. Palladium does possess a hexagonal crystal structure. No work was pursued in this area. Hot Fusion still controlled the research avenues.

After 50 years of research into hot fusion and no results, one would think other methods would at least get some attention. Finally its happenning.



Not Cold Fusion (Score: 1)
by Rock_nj on Saturday, June 11, 2005 @ 15:38:30 GMT
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The article is interesting and it certainly is another indication that amazing things are possible with table top fusion, but it's not cold fusion in the classical sense. This experiment did not replicate the Pons and Fleischmann cold fusion idea. This is a replication of "hot fusion" just in a much smaller apparatus than was thought possible.

Just setting the record straight, as the CSM is confusing the subject of cold fusion.



Nanotech (Score: 1)
by Rock_nj on Saturday, June 11, 2005 @ 15:46:34 GMT
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There is no reason to think that oil stocks would affected by this development. Even the scientists behind it aren't predicting a big energy breakthrough. It's not even close to breaking even.

However, there has been substantial progress in classical cold fusion, and a breakthrough might come any month now, especially from Asia. There is one company with a South Korean patent called http://www.iesiusa.com/ that apparently has an imment cold fusion commercialization technology announcement. That's the word in the Net.

For the lastest on cold fusion, see the interviews at: http://www.newenergytimes.com/Conversations/conversations.htm




Re: Cold Fusion Closer To Acceptance By Mainstream! (Score: 1)
by Kadamose on Saturday, June 11, 2005 @ 21:06:03 GMT
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Cold Fusion is great and all...but it still is nowhere near as great, nor as important, as Zero Point Energy. Isn't Cold Fusion just another form of Sonoluminescence? If that's the case, then it's not really fusion at all...the bubbles are actually tapping the zero point field, and that is where the massive amounts of energy that no one can explain comes from in these experiments.



Re: Cold Fusion Closer To Acceptance By Mainstream! (Score: 1)
by Koen on Tuesday, June 14, 2005 @ 02:23:10 GMT
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Philo Farnsworth is the only inventor who build a self-sustained fusion reactor, see
http://www.farnovision.com/chronicles/fusion/vassilatos.html
and scroll down to "SUSTAINED FUSION REACTION".

I have also examined the Farnsworth patents, and indeed Farnsworth used the phrase 'self-sustained reaction'. I do not doubt Farnsworth's claim, since he was an outstanding technician, inventor and scientist of rare quality.

It's about time ITT. returns this stolen invention (the Farnsworth fusor) to the world of reseach, for instance to MIT.



 

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