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Nuclear future beyond Japan
Posted on Friday, May 20, 2011 @ 22:57:24 GMT by vlad

Devices PERLEY: Nuclear future beyond Japan
Purported cold fusion advance aimed at energy woes
By Frank Perley/ The Washington Times

Just as Japan’s earthquake raises fears of catastrophe from a nuclear meltdown and Mideast turmoil jeopardizes the world’s supply of conventional energy, along comes word of a possible scientific breakthrough that holds out the hope of cheap, abundant power. Cold fusion - discredited and vilified in the past - is back in the news. The potential benefits are great enough that, despite past failures, the technology deserves a fair hearing from the scientific community this time.

In January, two Italian scientists announced they had invented a reactor that fuses nickel and hydrogen nuclei at room temperature, producing copper and throwing off massive amounts of energy in the process. Sergio Focardi and Andrea Rossi demonstrated their tabletop device before a standing-room-only crowd in Bologna, purportedly using 400 watts of power to generate 12,400 watts with no hazardous waste. They told observers that their reactors, small enough to fit in a household closet are able to produce electricity for less than 1 cent per kilowatt hour...

The Italians’ reported 31-fold increase in energy from cheap and commonplace ingredients - if genuine - would rank as one of the greatest scientific achievements of all time, deposing oil as king of energy resources. Petroleum-producing regimes in the Middle East now using petro-dollars from the United States and other power-needy nations to fund Islamic extremism across the globe would be put out of business...

Full article: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/mar/17/nuclear-future-beyond-japan/



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Re: Nuclear future beyond Japan (Score: 1)
by hammuraby on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 @ 05:12:49 GMT
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i am sorry for can't traslate the prof.Cardona teory, but very very sure...
"the cold fusion don't exixt at all; whatever is only a less powerful PIEZO-NUCLEAR". something like a Sonofusion or supercavitation.
but induced from HiV wave and not using sonicWave...
the demostration is that a GREAT alluminium mines (atomic reduction of iron) is close to the tettonic "falde",
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onoqKPwVv5o&feature=share [www.youtube.com]
http://files.splinder.com/5cf08c49cb9dab3f0a2c71ec7ce7c88b.pdf [files.splinder.com]

Admission of Transmutation of metals (i.e alchemy)? (Score: 1)
by Kadamose on Saturday, May 21, 2011 @ 00:42:25 GMT
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"reactor that fuses nickel and hydrogen nuclei at room temperature, producing copper"

Is this a blunder or an actual admission that alchemy and transmutation is possible?  (Of course we know it's possible - Tesla, himself, said he transmuted several elements by passing them through over a million volts of electricity...AND we also know through 'the education system' that once a half life of a particular element has been reached, it turns into a completely different element.   So maybe Tesla's observation of this phenomena was simply him speeding up the the half life of that particular element he used.)


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