Resources and References
Cold Fusion getting hot with 10kw heater prepping for market
Italian inventor, Andrea Rossi, claims to have an industrial product ready to manufacture that produces large amounts of energy reliably, safely, and much cheaper than coal or natural gas power. It utilizes the fusion of hydrogen and the common element nickel at relatively low temperatures
World's First Cold Nuclear Fusion Reactor Demonstrated Last Week
What is the difference between nuclear fusion and cold fusion?
Cold Fusion Moves Closer to Mainstream Acceptance
Science Daily (Mar. 22, 2010) — A potential new energy source so controversial that people once regarded it as junk science is moving closer to acceptance by the mainstream scientific community. That's the conclusion of the organizer of one of the largest scientific sessions on the topic -- "cold fusion" -- being held here for the next two days in the Moscone Center during the 239th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Nuclear fusion. Condensed matter nuclear science. Neutrino driven nuclear reactions. Dr. Veniamin Filimonov official website
Whatever happened to cold fusion?
First announced ten years ago, cold fusion has been largely dismissed by the scientific community. But, as David Voss discovers, some researchers remain adamant that this supposed new energy source is real, and are pressing ahead with their own experiments.
A theory of cold nuclear fusion in deuterium-loaded palladium
Deuterium gas compressed in a palladium lattice is considered to form quantum plasma of bosons leading to significant screening of the Coulomb potential between deuterium ions. The resulting enhancement of the quantum mechanical tunnelling probability adequately explains the recently observed cold fusion rates.
U.S. Navy Cold Fusion Research
The LENR-CANR.org library includes several papers by U.S. Navy researchers at the China Lake Naval Weapons Laboratory, the Naval Research Laboratory and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centres (SPAWARS).
Introduction: Cold Fusion (LENR)
It is difficult to imagine a more profound reversal of scientific fortunes than what has been emerging in the 'cold fusion' field. One of the most disputed anomalies in the history of science is inexorably heading toward acceptance by the scientific community. (Dr. Eugene Mallove)