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A Chief NASA scientist, Dennis Bushnell has came out in support of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat technology, but denies any type of nuclear fusion is taking place, saying it is probably beta decay per the Widom Larson Theory. Repackaging the terminology to avoid embarrassment will not erase over twenty years of suppression and the reality of cold fusion!
Bushnell went on to say that LENR technology could potentially solve all of our energy and climate problems. He stated the technology could be used for any application, including to power rockets for space travel. It is quite refreshing to hear such positive statements, in support of cold fusion, from a mainstream, credible, and respected scientist!
... Bushnell specifically mentioned Andrea Rossi's E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) technology, and seemed very supportive of it. He reviewed the tests that have been performed and the large amount of excess heat produced. At one point he made a remark scientists across the world should notice...
"I think we are almost over the "we do not understand it" problem. I think we are almost over the "this does not produce anything useful" problem. I think this will go forward fairly rapidly now. If it does, this is capable of, by itself, completely changing geo-economics, geo-politics, and solving climate issues."
-At the end of WWII the US government took posession of Nazi tech that led to the discovery of cold fusion and many other super technologies. The guy who really discovered this was Viktor Schauberger - an Austrian scientist forced to work for the Nazis.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
reply to post by Arken
Why do you title your thread Cold Fusion, and then cite a source saying it's not fusion?
he Nazis never even finished building the atom bomb, i think they completely a rudimentary reactor or two, but nothing close to a bomb.
The US and allies put a ridiculous amount of money and effort into making the first atom bomb. I'd suspect a similar endeavor to crack the cold fusion code, so i seriously doubt it.
Beyond that, if the US indeed had possession of cold fusion technology, they'd be using it.
Why is it cold fusion? Because you are fusing material together without the heat by product. If they had functioning cold fusion reactors dating back to WW2, they would have converted all their nuclear subs to this technology
Interesting theory none the less and I do believe that there is an active program to make sure this technology, if ever developed, will not be implemented for the good it can do for the world.
Those are exactly the claims made by the NASA guy. So it hardly seems like great agreement between the NASA guy and Rossi when Rossi directly contradicts the claims that supposedly support him and says they're wrong.
Beta decay has nothing to do with my process, Widom Larsen theory has nothing to do with my process
Originally posted by tomten
reply to post by Arken
There's another thread about it here..
Oops. That was your thread also..
Why start two?
edit on 2011-6-2 by tomten because: Added the Oops line