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Cold Fusion Goes Mainstream: National Geographic, Financial Times Give Positive
Posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @ 14:55:22 GMT by vlad

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Posted on E-CatWorld.com: Cold Fusion Goes Mainstream: National Geographic, Financial Times Give Positive Coverage.

It has been interesting to follow the reactions to the recent article published in Nature about the Google-funded research projects in cold fusion. It seems to me that the field has now been given a new lease on life, as researchers who are outside the ‘LENR underground’ are now saying that although they have not so far been able to replicate the Fleischmann and Pons experiments, they feel there is something worth pursuing in the field.

In additional to the Nature articles, well-known media outlets are also now giving space and time to the subject, something that has been unheard of for decades.

National Geographic published on May 29 an article titled “Cold fusion remains elusive—but these scientists may revive the quest”. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2019/05/cold-fusion-remains-elusive-these-scientists-may-revive-quest/ Here is an excerpt:


‘Though the work may well raise eyebrows, Google was aware of the risks. Two of the review’s coauthors, Google engineers Ross Koningstein and David Fork, have argued that to deliver meaningful innovation in the energy sector, 70 percent of research funding should flow to core technologies, 20 percent should be dedicated to cutting-edge research, and 10 percent should back high-risk ideas that just might work—like cold fusion.

‘Whether their experiments yield an energy breakthrough, the research team hopes they’ve provided cover for young researchers and government funding agencies to reconsider this area of science with an open mind.

“The timing is really good for this,” says lead author Curtis Berlinguette, a chemist at the University of British Columbia. “I’m just really excited to show the younger generations of scientists it’s okay to take risks—to take the long shots.”’

This is an interesting and important point, I believe. There has been little to no funding available for research in the CF/LENR field because of the stigma associated with it, and so it has been very difficult for younger generations of researchers to get involved...


 
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On the 30th Anniversary of the Discovery of the Cold Fusion Phenomenon (Score: 1)
by vlad on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @ 15:27:48 GMT
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This article is from the Infinite Energy Magazine (Issue 145 - May/June 2019) and can be downloaded in PDF format. It is written by Dr. Hideo Kozima*.

Extract: March 23 is the birthday of the cold fusion phenomenon(CFP).  On this day 30 years ago, the existence of nuclear reactions in a solid at near room temperature was declared by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at a press conference held at the University of Utah (SaltLake City, Utah, USA). This event, right or wrong, is the start of open research on CFP that has lasted 30 years since and has given a specific destiny to the research field we have been involved in. The  investigation of the physics of the CFP has lasted without interruption and is developing day by day now...

*About the Author: Dr. Hideo Kozima (BS Physics, Tokyo University of Science; MS  Physics, Tokyo University; Ph.D. Physics Tokyo University of Education) was a professor of physics at Shizuoka University (Japan) from 1965 to 1999, and remains a Professor Emeritus  there. From 2000 to 2006, he was a Visiting Professor in the Department of Physics at Portland State University.  In1999, Kozima established the Cold Fusion Research Laboratory (CFRL, www.kozima-cfrl.com) at Shizuoka University; Kozima and the lab publish the online CFRL News, which is now on its 107-th issue.




 

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