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Cold Fusion Weaponry

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posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 02:35 AM
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Is the energy from Cold Fusion can be fired as directed energy weapons like plasma rifle and cannon and similar weaponry?




posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 09:54 AM
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Originally posted by masonicon
Is the energy from Cold Fusion can be fired as directed energy weapons like plasma rifle and cannon and similar weaponry?


I don't really understand your question completely due to the grammar but I understand it well enough to take a stab at an answer.

Cold fusion has never been done outside a test lab. Even in a test lab it's never powered any weapons.

There is still debate about what is going on with the results obtained by cold fusion researchers, but it's certainly not clear that there's cold fusion going on.

Now if they ever were able to develop and commercialize a cold fusion technology, then yes it would have thousands of applications, including weapons.



posted on Jun, 23 2010 @ 10:23 AM
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Good answer.

A Cold fusion reaction produces heat through the fusion process at room temperature. Currently as mentioned above, it has only been successfully tested in a lab. We are talking Russian lab, not that crap going on in utah back in the 90's.

I mean, you could use it to power weapons, but its just a way of obtaining energy, wouldnt be too different than coal powered weapons. Burning coal produces heat too.



posted on Jun, 23 2010 @ 10:29 PM
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Cold fusion is still in its infancy, if you can even call it that.

Anything technically can be used as a weapon, but why focus on that? Think about if cold fusion could be used for our energy needs.

When the atom was split, it was used as a weapon, but even with the destruction that it caused us, look at all the good it has done. The splitting of the atom is one of the biggest feats of mankind. It has saved countless amounts of lives in comparison of how many it has taken. It has lead us to the world as we know it at this point.

So yes, if cold fusion is replicable and proves itself worthy it could be used as a weapons technology, but hopefully we are smart enough by then not to get into another nuclear arms race...

Pred...



posted on Sep, 19 2010 @ 09:03 PM
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How about combining Cold Fusion with Carbon Nanotube?



posted on Sep, 23 2010 @ 12:03 PM
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The cold fusion topic might have arose in the 1980s with a news story
sourcing a Mr. Lyne.
There was a 4watt output differential as some beaker was warmed up.
I think if you put your finger on a IC chip and feel its warm it puts out 4 watts.
That seems to be the warmth breakout of the human touch.
The safe region however.
According to what I found out Lyne did not disclose the correct element
composition and there was never a verified repeat by a Utah group.
Lyne might be using the cold fusion or just regular hydrogen generation
technique in his hydrogen furnace that used atomic hydrogen for a
boost in heat output. The technique is used in a welding touch and
may not that calm to use for normal heating. The hydrogen is not
burned and can be used over and over again. Perhaps this free energy
process is untenable but others may have tried and in asking Lyne he
might say if he has a working model or not.
ED: Many free energy devices seem too exotic for home use but
some generators by Tesla may have been developed and are in use.


edit on 9/23/2010 by TeslaandLyne because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 24 2010 @ 08:07 AM
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What Langmuir did with the atomic hydrogen process might be important here.
Langmuir atomic hydrogen

There are two furnaces listed:

# The Moller's Atomic Hydrogen Generator The Moller's Atomic Hydrogen Generator (MAHG) is fully based on the Irving Langmuir discovery. In the MAHG, the hydrogen is merely dissociated and ... jlnlabs.online.fr/mahg/index.htm - Cached - Similar

# Lyne Atomic Hydrogen Furnace The process was based on the 1912 discovery by Irving Langmuir of atomic hydrogen dissociation and recombination (the ?atomic hydrogen process? ... www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=647.0;wap2 - Cached - Similar


Lyne says he was first perhaps and perhaps Moller has the 'official' furnace.

But what did Langmuir do as the discoverer.
The story on that has to be better than the tungsten out gassing story.
GE or some company came out with the hydrogen torch.
So the lab did not go boom in the process of the discovery.
ED: From the pdf of Moller shows a modern torch and then the Lyne diagram.
And in recounting the Langmuir experience clouds the Lyne findings of
straight out 1000 fold heat from the ether in the 2H to H2 recombination.
So the weapon come in the way of HAARP heating up gases and letting
them recombine. Don't think their heating is that great. However Tesla
used pules to agitate gases into illumination and heating so I give him
a better chance.


edit on 9/24/2010 by TeslaandLyne because: (no reason given)




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