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Cold fusion is real, but mass American news sources are not covering it.
Experiments are currently being
duplicated across the world, to add further verification to the body
of scientific proof. It is now possible to create energy with
commonplace resources at no cost to the environment. Power plants
using cold fusion will be constructed before 2012.
Dr. Arata performed a demonstration of cold fusion at Osaka.
A colleague of his wrote, afterward:
In addition, Andrea Rossi's Fusion Energy Catalyzer was tested in a number of different scenarios this year, resulting in a stronger belief that cold fusion may be ready for public use by the end of 2011.
On January 14, Focardi and Rossi held a press conference, discussing their 10-kW generator. Another experiment, which took place roughly a month later at the University of Bologna, reported the model generated 15 kW for 18 hours. There are currently plans to hook up roughly 200 of these smaller units, in order to construct two 1 megawatt-producing power plants before the end of the year.
If these plants perform up to their
potential, then we can hope for the construction of industrial-sized
power plants within another year or two.
It is a relatively simple chemical
reaction that produces excess heat, meaning that if the reaction
occurs in water, it will increase the temperature of the water.
Powdered nickel fuels the reaction. You put in nickel (one of the
most plentiful metals on the planet), and you get heated water.
A cold fusion device would use the same basic mechanical devices, but it would heat the water through the consumption of nickel rather than combustion.
The media has been burnt by the dream of cold fusion before.
In 1989, Fleishman and Pons first conducted a series of experiments on cold fusion and produced some truly exciting results.
In their excitement, they let their
findings slip a little too early, before they had been able to
thoroughly study the discovery, or realize consistently positive
results. They released their miraculous findings, with claims of
having discovered the dream machine of the millennium, and they
caused a lot of excitement in the scientific community, at least at
In fact, their method was shown to be
effective only 30% of the time. And in the world of empirical fact,
30% is an error, not a discovery. It was supposed that the 30% of
experiments that did corroborate Fleishman and Pons' findings were
more likely the result of bribes or 'friendships,' not cold fusion.
They checked and double-checked their
findings, and they spread their idea to other scientists willing to
conduct more thorough investigations, such as
Andrea Rossi, whose
device has, so far, produced the consistency that Fleishman and
There are a number of possible explanations.
First, the scientific community's pause could very well be a consequence of the unbridled enthusiasm given by the initial experiments conducted in 1989. After such a humiliation, it is easy to see why scientists would remain skeptical, at least on the surface.
Meanwhile, Rossi's Energy Catalyzer is being slated for reproduction in large-scale, cold
fusion reactors later this year. If you compare the pace of Rossi's
tests to the scientific norm, then it is clear that scientists are,
For one, it is a distinct possibility that a number of
enormous businesses, such as oil and coal companies are leaning on
mass media sources to keep quiet. Cold fusion power plants would
drop the price of energy, thereby putting energy companies out of
commission. It is in their best interest to slow down the process of
integrating cold fusion.
By then, it
will be impossible to keep quiet a discovery of this magnitude.