No fear of radiation from cold fusion

[latexpage] This article organizes information about radiation in three sections. 1 Difference between radioactive materials and radiation. 2 Types of radiation emitted by nuclear processes. 3 No dangerous radiation in cold fusion. 1 Difference between radioactive materials and radiation. Today’s nuclear fission reactors are more than a poor choice for a primary energy source because … Continue reading No fear of radiation from cold fusion

Andrea Rossi’s Cold Fusion Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat): Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Energy Catalyzer?

It is a “Cold Fusion” device developed by Italian engineer and inventor Andrea Rossi. It produces heat by placing nickel powder of very small particle size (nano-meters to micro-meters) in a pressurized hydrogen environment along with currently undisclosed (for proprietary reasons) catalysts that enhance the reaction. When this environment is heated to approximately 450 – 500 C, a nuclear reaction starts taking place. This reaction releases a large amount of energy while consuming very little hydrogen and nickel powder.

Introduction to quantum ring theory

by Wladimir Guglinski Mechanical Engineer graduated in the Escola de Engenharia da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais- UFMG, (Brazil), 1973 author of the book Quantum Ring Theory-Foundations for Cold Fusion, published in 2006 1. The principal aim of Quantum Ring Theory The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) started to work in March 2010.  Most of the […]

Nuclear future beyond Japan | By Frank Perley – The Washington Times

ust 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.