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    Cold Fusion Nineteen Years Later
    Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2008 @ 18:23:32 GMT by vlad

    Science FuturologistTV writes: By David Lee Rickman II
    Futurologist.TV

    Easter came earlier on the calander this year than it usually does. March 23rd to be exact. It also was the nineteenth anniversary of the University of Utah's rushed press conference announcing cold fusion.


    Cold fusion, nineteen years later, is still debated. The USPTO won't allow patents for cold fusion. However, Asia and Europe allow the legal protection of a patent to their cold fusion inventors.

    March 23rd of this year was also the day after Sir Arthur C. Clarke's funeral. Many who respected Sir Arthur C. Clarke over a decade ago were quick to name call when Clarke suggested in the May 1997 issue of Discover Magazine that cold fusion should be reevaluated. Luckily, Sir Clarke lived long enough to see the DOE's Office of Science perform another review of the subject, albeit still reaching the same conclusions in the end.


    Sir Arthur C. Clarke, according to the late Dr. Eugene Mallove, predicted cold fusion as the catalytic transmutations of a modern alchemy. Clarke predicted that by the end of this decade, "The first quantum generators (tapping space energy) are developed. Available in portable and household units, from a few kilowatts upwards, they can produce electricity indefinitely. Central power stations close down: the age of pylons ends."


    What is yet to be seen is if Sir Clarke’s dream died with him.


     
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    Re: Cold Fusion Nineteen Years Later (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 @ 10:45:39 GMT
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    If Sir Arthur deserved a prize, it would be for unbounded optimism and confidence in the human species.
     
    What he didn't forsee was the unbounded stupidity of human leadership, especially in the worlds remaining (but not for long) superpower .

    What he might be incredulous about: constant wars, the replacement of science and research with faith based paradigms, and the constant toadying of the political apparratchix to the basest emotions of the electorate.

    If scientific progress were the only impediment to human development, we'd be a lot further along. Every technical advance seems to be a force multiplier for the agents of reaction.



     

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