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    Good Point (Score: 1)
    by kurt9 on Tuesday, March 23, 2004 @ 08:26:14 GMT
    (User Info | Send a Message) http://www.metatechnica.com
    Thats a good point. If this phenomenon is real, it should have been observed a long time ago. Yourv references show that it was. Hydrogen embrittlement of metals is a well-known problem in metallurgy and some research has been done to understand and to avoid this problem.

    The cold fusion phenomenon is very multi-diciplinary, which is probably the reason why it has not been fully investigated previous to Pons-Fleishman. Its still not clear to me if it will lead to useful energy generation.

    You also bring up part of the problem with the government-funded R&D melieu and why it does not work.

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    by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 23, 2004 @ 12:13:26 GMT
    I am of the opinion that it is not ignorance that has held back the field, but of the "new glasses" we all need to wear to see this phenomenon for what it really is ...a nano phenomenon. Let me explain.

    We are only now (within the last 5 years) developing the tools and techniques to explore in a sufficient analytical manner what is happening on the surface of these cathodes and within the atomic lattice of these cathodes. We still can NOT image "inside" a lattice to this day.

    It doesn't suprise me then that the (former?) naysayers were all "dry" and missed vital clues right before their eyes by the erroneous assumptions that any new phenomenon will ALWAYS be explained by old analytical methods,
    and future science would fold neatly away into the same science books as a new chapter. They may have prefered to see a chapter entitled "On errors in calorimetric methods..i.e Cold Fusion" ..However...

    Instead we are finding that the breadth of this phenomenon is indeed hinting that a new class of nuclear behaviors may occur in the proper conditions and that entire textbooks may someday be written on the variety of phenomenon being seen.

    This mistake by skeptics to "toss the baby out with the spent electrochemisty salt water" is going to be looked upon by a future nano savy world as one of the great missed opportunities of all times and worthy of much historical lessons learned for future generations.

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