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Heavy Watergate The War on Cold Fusion research pack Skeptics have written a hundred obituaries for cold fusion, the unprecedented "miracle or mistake" that burst out of Utah into the public arena on March 23, 1989, but despite many unanswered questions about what "cold fusion" is or is not, evidence for the phenomenon (or phenomena) is now much too compelling to dismiss. Some would call the scientific clues only provocative. I choose to say compelling. With an electric power supply hooked up to palladium and platinum electrodes dipped in a jar of heavy water spiked with a special lithium salt, chemists Martin Fleischmann and B. Stanley Pons were thought to have unleashed one of the wildest goose chases in the history of science. Now there is a significant possibility that they have discovered a quite revolutionary phenomenon that—along with hot fusion could conceivably turn the world's oceans into bottomless fuel tanks. Cold fusion is very likely to be real after all, although which aspects of it are valid remains in question. Despite many roadblocks that arose against confirming it as a new physical phenomenon, it is now here to stay. For a time, negative experiments and widespread skepticism seemed to have put cold fusion permanently on ice. Incredulity still runs deep. But cold fusion research is now very much alive in laboratories far and wide. It moves forward through those scientists with intense curiosity and courage to pursue these studies in the face of mountains of ridicule. It is now reasonably clear that fusion reactions that liberate energy— near but very peculiar relatives of nuclear processes that are the lifeblood of the stars—can occur at room temperature. There is no chance whatever that cold fusion is a mistake. There is the exceedingly remote possibility that "cold fusion" is a collection of many mistakes made in nuclear measurements of many different kinds, in heat measurements of great variety, and in all manner of control experiments. But to believe that hundreds of scientists around the world have made scores of systematic mistakes about the nuclear and nuclear-seeming anomalies that they have reported is to stretch credulity to the breaking point—to distort the meaning of scientific evidence to absurd limits. Cold fusion is not "pathological science" as many have charged, but for critics to continue to describe it as such or to ignore it completely is pathological. Current evidence suggests that nuclear processes are actually at work in what at first seemed to be merely table-top chemical experiments. This is absolutely shocking, and the root of widespread disbelief in cold fusion among scientists. There has been no more iron-clad principle separating chemistry from physics than that chemical behavior never leads to nuclear transformations. The tiny atomic nucleus has been inviolate to assault, but now it has been breached by the puffy electron cloud world of chemistry. You see, if the tiny, dense nucleus of an atom were blown up to the size of a golf ball, at that scale its attending fuzzy little electrons would orbit a mile away. Chemistry has only to do with how these distant electrons interact to make connections and disconnections among atoms. Atomic nuclei never become directly involved in chemical reactions and nuclei had not been known to react with one another except in extreme high-energy conditions. Though the occurrence of cold fusion phenomena at present is erratic, it might some day be tamed and made regular and useful. Many experimenters are finding specific conditions, not reported initially by Drs. Fleischmann and Pons (perhaps not even known to them at the time), that prompt the effects. Furthermore, cold fusion phenomena are now seen in very dissimilar but related physical systems: pressurised gas cells, electrochemical cells with molten metal salts, and metal chips and films alloyed with fusion fuel. ebooks Cold Fusion and the Future Jed Rothwell.pdf Mallove - Fire From Ice, Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor, 1991.pdf The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Cold Fusion.pdf experiments A new Power Supply for the Cold Fusion Reactor by JL Naudin A Stirling engine powered with the Cold Fusion Reactor by JL Naudin A very simple CFR for producing BingoFuel by JL Naudin CFR v4.0 - Radiations measurements by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor - Power measurements with a Power-Meter by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor - Tests at LOW and MEDIUM Power with K2CO3 by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor experimental tests results by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor tests with Palladium by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor v2.0 tests at High Power by JL Naudin Cold Fusion Reactor v2.0 tests with K2CO3 by JL Naudin Do it yourself - The CFR experiment by JL Naudin Do it yourself - The Enhanced CFR replication by JL Naudin Electrical power from the plasma ? by JL Naudin Full tests of the CFR v4.0 by JL Naudin Nano Fusion Reactor replication by the CNAM Simple test of calibration by JL Naudin Successful and independent CFR replication by Morgan H. and Marissa C. (Louisiana, USA) Successful and independent replication of the CFR by Pierre Clauzon and Gérard Lallevé at the CNAM from Paris Successful CFR replication by L. Kowalski, R. Slaughter and P. Clauzon (Boulder, Colorado, USA) Tests of a Tiny Cold Fusion Reactor by JL Naudin Tests of the CFR v3.3 with the new PS by JL Naudin Tests of the CFR v4.0 with a Power-Meter by JL Naudin Tests of the Cold Fusion Reactor v1.4 by JL Naudin The Asymmetrical Plasma Electrolysis (APE) experiment by JL Naudin The Big Cold Fusion Reactor v4.0 by JL Naudin The CFR replication experiment by Ronald Hohls The Cold Fusion Project by Jean-Louis Naudin The Cold Fusion Reactor v1.0 by JL Naudin The Cold Fusion Reactor v1.1 by JL Naudin The Enhanced Cold Fusion Reactor v3.0 by JL Naudin The High Power Cold Fusion Reactor v2.1 by JL Naudin papers A Cold Fusion - Casimir Energy Nano Reactor Proposal.pdf Chapter 14 NUCLEAR FUSION.pdf Chubb T - Cold Fusion Clean Energy for the Future.pdf Cold fusion - A case study for scientific behavior.pdf Cold fusion - comments on the state of scientific proof.pdf Cold Fusion - Deuterium in 147-atom Pd nanoclusters embedded in Zeolite Cages.pdf Cold Fusion - Further evidence of nuclear reactions in the Pd-D lattice.pdf Cold Fusion and - or Atomic Resonance.pdf Cold Fusion By Plasma Electrolysis of Water.pdf Cold Fusion Summary.pdf Cold Fusion The Heat Mechanism.pdf Cold fusion What do the laws of nature allow and forbid.pdf Conventional physics can explain cold fusion excess heat.pdf Experiments and Methods in Cold Fusion JCMNS Vol 13.pdf Explaining Cold Fusion Presentation.pdf fusione fredda nuclear matter condensed.pdf Future Green Energy Through Cold Fusion Nuclear Heat With Nickel Powder.pdf MIT and Cold Fusion - A Special Report.pdf Mizuno - Nuclear Transmutation - The Reality of Cold Fusion.pdf Nickel-Hydrogen Cold Fusion by Intermediate Rydberg State of Hydrogen.pdf Nuclear Chemistry in the Cold Fusion Phenomenon.pdf Tabletop Accelerator Breaks Cold Fusion Jinx.pdf The mechanism of DD fusion in crystals.pdf The Present Status of Cold Fusion and its Expected Influence on Science and Technology.pdf Tsyganov Dubna Talk Cold Fusion Power.pdf WPI ECE Cold Fusion IQP DTERM 2013.pdf Yoshiaki Arata Paper on Cold Fusion.pdf patents EP0395066A2 Apparatus for cold nuclear fusion.pdf EP0477018A1 Apparatus and method for utilizing heat generated owing to Pons-Fleischmann effect.pdf EP0563381A1 HEAT GENERATION APPARATUS AND HEAT GENERATION METHOD.pdf EP0568118A2 Process for storing hydrogen, and apparatus for cold nuclear fusion.pdf EP0576293A1 Energy production from the control of probabilities through quantum level induced interactions.pdf EP0645777A1 Cold nuclear fusion apparatus.pdf Kanarev COLD FUSION BY PLASMA ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER Mizuno T Anomalous energy generation during conventional electrolysis.pdf Mizuno T Confirmation of anomalous hydrogen generation by plasma electrolysis.pdf Mizuno T Experimental Confirmation of the Nuclear Reaction at Low Energy.pdf Mizuno T Hydrogen Evolution by Plasma Electrolysis in Aqueous Solution.pdf Mizuno T The Reality of Cold Fusion.pdf US Patent Cold Fusion Apparatus.pdf US6248221 ELECTROLYSIS APPARATUS AND ELECTRODES AND ELECTRODE MATERIAL THEREFOR.pdf US20030112916A1 COLD NUCLEAR FUSION UNDER NON-EQUILIBRIUM CONDITIONS.pdf US20110044419A1 ENERGY GENERATION BY NUCLEAR ACOUSTIC RESONANCE.pdf pics cold fusion.jpg Fleischmann and Pons 2.jpg Fleischmann and Pons cold fusion cells.jpg Fleischmann and Pons.jpg text A Student's Guide to Cold Fusion.pdf Background to Cold Fusion.pdf Cold Fusion - A Study in Scientific Controversy.pdf Cold Fusion Magazine Issue 1 1994.pdf Cold Fusion Replication Experiments.pdf Cold Fusion Summary.pdf Cold fusion Tesla Scalar Torsion.pdf Cold Fusion The History of Research in Italy.pdf Lateral Science - Atomic Hydrogen Blowtorch MIT and Cold Fusion a Special Report.pdf Professor Ph. M. Kanarev, Krasnodar Sir Arthur C. Clarke Challenges the Scientific Community with Provocative Essay videos 1989 March 23 Pons & Fleischman Cold Fusion Press Conference at University of Utah (480p).mp4 A Machine to Die For - The Quest for Free Energy (360p).mp4 An Explanation of Low-energy Nuclear Reactions (Cold Fusion) by Edmund Storms (360p).mp4 Cold Fusion - Fire from Water (480p).mp4 Cold Fusion - How it Works (360p).mp4 Cold Fusion and Energy Revolution with James Martinez (480p).mp4 Free Energy - The Race to Zero Point (480p).mp4 Heavy Watergate - The War on Cold Fusion (360p).mp4 Homemade Fusion Reactor 03-11-11 (480p).mp4 ICCF-18 Dr Edmund Storms Explaining Cold Fusion (480p).mp4 John Wallace - Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Cold Fusion (480p).mp4 LENR for Dummies - A Beginner's Guide to Cold Fusion Research (480p).mp4 Old man talk about anti-gravity, time-travel, free energy, tesla tech etc. (360p).mp4 Peter Hagelstein Discusses Latest Theoretical Modeling for Cold Fusion Effects (480p).mp4 Real Cold Fusion (360p).mp4 Suppressing Cold Fusion.mp4 Tadahiko Mizuno - MIT Cold Fusion Colloquium March 22, 2014 (720p).mp4 Too Close to the Sun - BBC Horizon.mp4 tags: free energy, fusion, cold fusion, nuclear, tritium, deuterium, hydrogen, conspiracy
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