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Why Cold Fusion was Mistakenly Rejected–Melvin Miles

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MFMP explain more about the elements of Cold Fusion

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Did Tesla Discover Cold Fusion and LENR?

Here’s a fascinating piece from a commentator at E-Cat World arguing that Nicola Tesla, based on a lecture he gave at Columbia University in 1891, may have been one of the founders of Cold Fusion. Moreover, it may be operating in your body right now!
Tesla and Cold Fusion

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Italian version of CNBC covers Rossi’s Energy Catalyzer

This is simply amazing, to see something as new and controversial as the E-Cat fusion technology presented in such a matter of fact way, clearly and methodically, by Renato Estri of Artech on this CNBC affiliate. Looks like low-energy fusion, a relative of cold fusion, is real after all! (In Italian with English translation.)

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Italian Scientists Claim to Have Created a New Cold Fusion Device

cold fusionCold-fusion is one of the most controversial topics in science in the last few decades. In the late 1980’s, two electrochemists, Fleischmann and Pons from the University of Utah believed they had discovered this new source of energy. Both were denounced by their peers and had their careers jeopardized. Despite MIT’s position that the phenomena is non-existent, the U.S. Navy has been quietly investigating the subject, as have several companies in Israel. Now a pair of Italian physicists claim to have created a working, marketable device that produces, by many magnitudes, more energy than it consumes. Read more and a see a video of the alleged Italian cold-fusion breakthrough and reactions from other scientists. Read about the science of cold fusion here.

(At a meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration last year, I asked someone knowledgeable about the subject to explain the discrepancy in results between different labs. He explained that the chemistry is very exacting and slight changes in the composition of the palladium rods, an important part of the process, could affect the results.)

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