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British Navy is all set to launch its biggest ever nuclear submarine that can fire guided-missiles to pulverise an enemy more than 1,600km away.
The 'super-sub, called HMS Ambush, has a huge nuclear reactor that can power a city the size of Southampton and it will never need refueling.
Originally posted by Arken
The world owes Fleischmann and Pons a huge apology
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Cold fusion would still be getting funded by the likes of Toyota if they actually got any positive results, but they didn't, that's why funding was cut off.
Originally posted by QtheQ
There are a myriad of possible reasons why funding was cut off besides all negative results. Perhaps funding was cut off due to positive results and the resultant pressures from Toyota's cronies in big oil and coal to suppress those results.
Between 1992 and 1997, Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry sponsored a "New Hydrogen Energy Program" of US$20 million to research cold fusion. Announcing the end of the program in 1997, the director and one-time proponent of cold fusion research Hideo Ikegami stated "We couldn't achieve what was first claimed in terms of cold fusion." He added, "We can't find any reason to propose more money for the coming year or for the future."