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Cold Fusion - A New Method That Works!
Originally posted by Amorymeltzer
I disagree Quest. It may not be useful, but it's worth getting excited over. It's not been done before, and the first step to doing something efficient and well is doing it poorly. They're definitely on the right track not only when it comes to theory but also direction. It's good to work on this sort of thing.
Especially if you do it.
Originally posted by Chimaera
The entire concept of "cold fusion" sounds promising. I haven't seen many cases of the real thing though, so I am very skeptical about this.
No, cold fusion is fusion that occurs at a temperate well below that of a thermonuclear reaction (which happens at several million degrees K). It's commonly used to describe fusion that would occur at "room temperate" and standard atmospheric pressures.
Originally posted by lonemaverick
ok i highly doubt this is "cold" fusion. cold fusion takes place at 0 k, which is absolute zero. and neutrons can be used to produce electriucity, so it could prove useful.