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Cold Fusion Proven True by U.S. Navy Researchers

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posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 07:06 AM
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Cold Fusion Proven True by U.S. Navy Researchers


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(NaturalNews) The world owes Fleischmann and Pons a huge apology: The cold fusion technology they announced in 1989 -- which was blasted by arrogant hot fusion scientists as a fraud -- has been proven true once again by U.S. Navy Researchers. In papers presented at this year's American Chemical Society meeting, scientist Pamela Mosier-Boss presented data supporting the reality of cold fusion, declaring the report, "the first scientific report of highly energetic neutrons from low-energy nuclear
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posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 07:06 AM
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I realise this story is a few days old, but I respectfully ask that this be allowed to stay in breaking news as it is a newsworthy story that to be honest isnt getting the attention it should here or in the MSM. for obvious reasons.

For the US Navy to acknowledge this is possible is big news, but how far will the technology really be taken?


Cold fusion applications
Cold fusion isn't some magical free energy machine. It produces excess heat, but slowly. So don't go thinking this is some kind of Mr. Fusion device that you can feed some banana peels and expect to get clean electricity out the other end.

Rather, cold fusion converts mass to heat energy, slowly losing a bit of mass through very low-energy nuclear reactions (hence the LENR name) that generate excess heat. In practical terms, cold fusion produces hot water.

And why is hot water useful? Because with hot water, you can produce steam. Steam turns turbines that generate electricity. This is how coal power plants work, too, except they're burning coal to heat water instead of using cold fusion. Conventional nuke plants work the same way, too, using much higher-energy nuclear reactions to heat vast amounts of water that drive electricity-generating turbines.

So heating water with cold fusion is a big deal. If the technology can be scaled up and applied properly, it could spell an end to the era of dirty coal power plants.

And that, friends, could mean a very big deal for reducing CO2 emissions and avoiding a worsening of global warming. It will even help global warming skeptics, too, because even if you don't believe global warming is real, the climate still changes on you. Mother Nature can't be debated. It just reacts.


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posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 07:16 AM
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Interesting, but as always watch it die a death.

There is still oil and coal in the ground, and the guys developing the cold fusion units sure as hell ain't gonna show you how to build one your self, not when there is potential for huge profits.



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