Scientists have been researching low-energy nuclear reactions for the past 22 years, and what is now known as a powerful new energy source created in the nano-scale space between the atoms of a metal. Using less than a gram of palladium, and a type of hydrogen found in sea-water called deuterium, hundreds of megajoules of … Continue reading Status of Cold Fusion 2010 →
Colin Campbell, geologist, author, and founder of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas ASPO [visit] spoke with Jim Puplava on the Financial Sense Newshour Saturday, November 6 saying “The bulk of our oil came from just two epochs in our Earth’s long history, just 90 million and 150 million years ago, … Continue reading Colin Campbell: “After oil, we’ll be happier.” →
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by Edmund Storms An ordinary person might wonder why cold fusion is not being explored more vigorously as the ideal energy source it promises to be. Why do public figures avoid discussing the idea and why do uninformed writers occasionally use cold fusion as an example of bad science? Twenty-one years ago when Profs. Fleischmann … Continue reading Why is cold fusion rejected? →