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Cold Fusion in the News

News relating to Cold Fusion, also called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR).

See also as PESWiki: News:Cold Fusion | News:Rossi Cold Fusion

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  • Best Exotic FE / Zeitgeist > Trends >
    Trends Research predictions for 2011 -- Teaser (pdf) - In the midst of some dire predictions, the much-revered Gerald Celente's upcoming journal teaser says: "In laboratories and workshops unnoticed by mainstream analysts, scientific visionaries and entrepreneurs are forging a new physics incorporating principles once thought impossible, working to create devices that liberate more energy than they consume...." (Trends Research; December 2010)
  • Cold Fusion / Magazines > Infinite Energy Magazine >
    Infinite Energy: Issue 94: The Neutron Dance - The Fisher/Oriani Collaboration • The Electron’s Charge Energy and Charge Radius • Relativity, Part 2: A Logical Inconsistency • “Anergy” into Work? • Preparation of ITO Thin Film as NO2 Gas Sensor by Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis Technique • Boosting the Output of Hydroelectric Generators • On Fact and Fraud: Cautionary Tales from the Front Lines of Science (Nov/Dec 2010)
  • Featured: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
    Cold Fusion -- The answer to all our energy problems - AlienScientist presents a primer video about cold fusion, its history and aspects, along with the keys to its potential success as an energy solution, calling for the needed resources, including advocacy, research, theoretical development and funding to see it achieve its destiny. (PESN; November 9, 2010)
  • Cold Fusion / Magazines > Infinite Energy Magazine >
    Infinite Energy: Issue 93: Turquoise Revolution - The Turquoise Revolution, by Brian O’Leary • Summary 2010 CF Colloquium at MIT • Flaws in Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity • Experimental Support for Fractional Quantum State of the Electron (e/3) • Electrical Properties of Bi Filament Changed with Storage Time and Gamma Irradiation • Developing an Efficient Low-Temperature Nuclear Fusion Reaction • Corrected de Broglie Wavelength Equations • Overcoming Huizenga’s “Miracles” ... (Sept/Oct 2010)
  • Nuclear > Cold Fusion > New Energy Times >
    New Energy Times, Issue 35: NULM Neutron - The core of this issue is the special report "Cold Fusion Is Neither," reviewing technical aspects of low-energy nuclear reactions. Readers who are less interested in the technical details may wish to jump directly to, "Two Decades of 'Cold Fusion.'” (New Energy Times; July 30, 2010)
  • Feature: Cold Fusion > Eugene Mallove >
    Eugene Mallove murderers were former renters gone irate - More than 6 years later, we now finally learn that two of the revered Cold Fusion scientists accused murderers had lived with the boyfriend's parents at the Mallove rental home. After being evicted, a phone call from the upset mother who had been told their stuff was being thrown in a dumpster, sent the boyfriend to the scene where the murder resulted. (PESN; May 26, 2010) (Comment)
  • Hydro / Cold Fusion / Magazines > Infinite Energy Magazine >
    Infinite Energy: Issue 91: The Power of Water - A Heuristic Approach to the Particle Physics Implicit in Theosophical “Occult Chemistry” • ACS Session Summary • A Cold Fusion Fable • Hydroelectric Water Turbine Explosion in Russia • The Pivotal Point of the Science of Physics • Appearance of Potassium in a Li-S Matrix • A Model of Gravity by Stubbs • The Wave Structure of the Electric Field • Hydrogen Bonds at the Bottom of a Waterfall • Ether Space-Time & Cosmology • Eclectic Observer (May/June 2010)
  • Cold Fusion >
    March 2010 ACS Cold Fusion Session Summary (pdf) - Jan Marwan of the American Chemical Society, who organized the highly successful session on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (aka cold fusion) at the 239th ACS National Meeting and Exposition in San Francisco, has published a summary of the two-day event. (Infinite Energy; May/June, 2010)
  • Nuclear > Fusion > Overviews / Cold >
    Fusion's ups and downs - There's more than one way to do fusion energy research: Some approaches rely on applying well-accepted physics, at a cost of billions of dollars, on a timeline that could stretch out for decades. Other approaches follow unconventional paths that could get to the goal much more quickly, for much less money. (MSNBC; March 23, 2010)
  • Featured: Conspiracy > 911 >
    Silencing Cheney Dissent -- How BYU Obstructed 911 Justice - In 2006, the 911 Truth Movement singled out Vice President Dick Cheney as the first choice for being brought to justice for his treasonous acts in complicity with the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. That movement fizzled when LDS-owned BYU honored the traitor in their commencement exercises in 2007, along with removing the outspoken Steven E. Jones, a cold fusion pioneer. (Examiner; Feb. 7, 2010)


  • Interview: Fusion in a cold climate - For most researchers, any mention of cold fusion brings back memories of a shameful period in modern science. Now, 20 years after Martin Fleischmann instigated this field, he tells Jon Cartwright that he could not have done anything differently, and that if we cannot get fusion of some sort to work on a large scale soon, we're doomed. (New Scientist; July 15, 2009)
  • ZPE / Cold Fusion / Fusion / Ocean Power >
    5 big alt-energy letdowns: Ideas that sounded good but... - As the call for a clean-energy savior—to wash away our fossil-fuel sins—grows louder, the number of questionable candidates swells. Should we be looking to photovoltaic or fusion? Turbines or tides? The five "duds" include Zero-point energy; cold fusion, passive collection, hot fusion, sea movement. (Scientific American; Mar 18, 2009) [Let 'em know what YOU think.]

2008 and Earlier

  • Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook - This book is a summary of selected experimental and theoretical research performed over the last 19 years that gives profound and unambiguous evidence for low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), historically known as cold fusion. (New Energy Times; Aug. 18, 2008)
  • Arata-Zhang Low Energy Nuclear Reaction Demonstration - Against a monumental backdrop of bad publicity for cold fusion since 1989, researchers in Japan on May 22 demonstrated the production of excess heat and helium-4, the results of an historic low-energy nuclear reaction experiment. (New Energy Times; May 22, 2008)
    • Physicist Claims First Real Demonstration of Cold Fusion - "Arata and Zhang demonstrated very successfully the generation of continuous excess energy [heat] from ZrO2-nano-Pd sample powders under D2 gas charging and generation of helium-4," Takahashi told New Energy Times. "The demonstrated live data looked just like data they reported in their published papers [J. High Temp. Soc. Jpn, Feb. and March issues, 2008]. This demonstration showed that the method is highly reproducible." (PhysOrg; May 27. 2008)
  • Beyond the horizon of humdrum - The Holy Grail of Energy - Can cold fusion, "the greatest dream of science," deliver the energy of the sun at room temperature? (Times of India; Jan. 1, 2005)
  • Practical Fusion, or Just a Bubble? - Impulse Devices is exploring sound-driven fusion, called sonofusion or bubble fusion, to expand and collapse tiny bubbles, generating ultrahot temperatures. Other researchers already have working desktop fusion devices, but building a fusion reactor that generates more energy than it consumes is far more challenging. (New York Times; Feb. 27, 2007)
  • Nuclear reactions may produce phones' power - Lattice Energy LLC is trying to create an alternative to batteries, for powering cell phones and other small gadgets up to 500 hours using low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR). They believe electrons combining with protons to form neutrons is the energy source, rather than atoms of deuterium fusing to form helium in cold fusion. (Chicago Tribune; Apr. 16, 2007)
  • Sonofusion research examination committee completes review - Cryptic press release speaks both of technological potential of ambient temperature fusion via sound waves, as well as importance of integrity in reporting; says matter will be handled as a confidential internal affair. (PESN; June 20, 2006)

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