Tag: Stanley Pons

Martin Fleischmann leaves brilliant legacy of courage in pursuit of truth

“Martin was probably the greatest scientist that I have ever known… I believe that eventually truth will win out. I don’t know how long it might take, but eventually Martin will be honored by many for his great scientific work in the cold fusion field.” —Dr. Melvin Miles “The world is slowly, but inexorably, moving … Continue reading Martin Fleischmann leaves brilliant legacy of courage in pursuit of truth

Melvin Miles on Calorimetry: “We got excess heat”

It’s been twenty-three years since the announcement of the discovery of cold fusion, and yet, this powerful solution to our energy needs is not even recognized by the Department of Energy (DoE), despite the interest of other federal agencies like NASA and the military. In trying to understand why, I learned that it was the … Continue reading Melvin Miles on Calorimetry: “We got excess heat”

1994 Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons interviewed on Good Morning America – from France!

The May 31, 1994 “Good Morning America” program included an exclusive interview with Dr. Martin Fleischmann and Dr. Stanley Pons, from their lab in France. The pair left the United States due to a targeted assault from the American science community that left them unable to continue their work on a revolutionary new fusion-sized energy … Continue reading 1994 Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons interviewed on Good Morning America – from France!

Too Close To The Sun: 1994 BBC doc profiles early history of “cold fusion underground”

“If it had been anything else, we would have said, ‘Oh, people don’t want us to do it, forget it, just leave it alone.’ But this is not in that category. This is interesting science, new science. If you’ve got any integrity, you don’t give it up.” — Martin Fleischmann Too Close to The Sun … Continue reading Too Close To The Sun: 1994 BBC doc profiles early history of “cold fusion underground”

George Miley Talks to Ruby Carat

Dr. George Miley, affiliate professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, recently gave a presentation about his research in the LENR field at the Nuclear and Emerging Technology for Space conference at the Woodlands, Texas. Ruby Carat, …

The Graph that Changed the World

In 1989, Drs. Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons announced results of their largely self-financed research into palladium-deuterium electrolytic systems. In one of the early patent applications, they included a graph documenting the surprising increase in temperature of a cell over time. This graph is taken from Dr. Michael McKubre‘s public talk What happened to cold […]