I am a mean boss ⬆️⬆️⬇️⬇️⬅️➡️⬅️➡️??
6th April 2000
a recently published academic paper from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) in San Diego throws cold water on skeptics of cold fusion. Appearing in the respected journal Naturwissenschaften, which counts Albert Einstein among its distinguished authors, the article claims that Spawar scientists Stanislaw Szpak and Pamela Mosier-Boss have achieved a low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) that can be replicated and verified by the scientific community.
For those uber nerds (aka me and a few others), this is interesting stuff. :)
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I'm too cool to Post
17th July 2003
Hope its legit, would be amazing news.
IIRC last time it turned out to be tritium tainted water.
26th September 2004
I have heard of this Cold Fusion, its can give power forever and it dosent hurt the enviorment right?
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10th September 2002
vikke-viking;3669171I have heard of this Cold Fusion, its can give power forever and it dosent hurt the enviorment right?
Lets put it this way it would practically solve the fossil fuel problem if i'm not mistaken and also help against global warming in a sense (no CO2 emmisions)
28th October 2004
That would be awesome news..
Kittens are evil
12th April 2007
Can I put my drink in the cold fusion? :(
What is this place?
17th February 2007
Umm....can someone please explain a little bit more on what Cold Fusion is. It sounds pretty interesting.
...burning angel wings to dust
14th February 2004
Fusion works--generally speaking--by squishing two atoms together: they combine and toss off a subatomic particle or two. This gives off energy, and the resulting (heavier) nuclei can continue to combine with other, with similar results. Same process that powers stars and hydrogen bombs.
Problem is, nobody's figured out how to control fusion: man-made reactions tend to result in thermonuclear explosions. Good for levelling cities, bad for making electricity.
The idea beind cold fusion is to initiate a low-yield fusion reaction that would provide enough energy to be useful, but not so much as to kill the peopel generating it (or wanting to use it).
Now if there are no objections, I'm going to raise a pint in the hopes that this time something useful comes of it!
It's Not Easy Being Green
10th November 2003
well the electric car is comeing.
Cum catapultae proscriptae, erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.
10th November 2006
Well, the electric car isn't exactly at it's peak in popularity and efficiency. As for the cold fusion, I sure hope it's true!