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  Whatever happened to cold fusion? - physicsworld.com
Work on cold fusion continued in several countries, notably Japan, and this was often cited by cold-fusion believers as evidence that that US would be left in the dust when the new world energy order finally dawned.
Cold fusion lives on in other ways too: there is a software product called Cold Fusion for hooking databases to Web sites, a rock band with that name in the US, and a sports equipment company that makes snowboards.
Because cold fusion is the phenomenon that dare not speak its name, CETI is careful to distance itself from the original Pons and Fleischmann work.
physicsworld.com /cws/article/print/1258   (2182 words)

  Cold fusion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cold fusion researchers say that it could have a substantial economic impact, and help resolve global issues such as global warming or the risk of energy crisis.
Cold fusion researchers have proposed several theoretical hypotheses to explain the effect (see low energy nuclear reaction), while there are partial theories, no complete theory has been found that explains all the experimental results.
Cold fusion researchers claim that cold fusion is suppressed, and that skeptics suffer from pathological disbelief.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cold_fusion   (6971 words)

 Cold fusion controversy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cold fusion researchers assert that incomplete understanding of the process does not invalidate it, often citing the 1898 report by Marie and Pierre Curie that radium was permanently warmer than its surroundings.
Many have dismissed cold fusion as an example of pathological science: in such a science, a scientist, originally conforming to the scientific method, unconsciously veers from that method, and begins a pathological process of wishful data interpretation.
Brian D. Josephson, of the University of Cambridge, suggests that cold fusion skeptics may suffer from pathological disbelief [6]: for example, he says that they do not express their criticism in those venues where it will be subject to peer review; and when explanations are advanced, ad hoc reasons are constantly advanced for their rejections.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cold_fusion_controversy   (2562 words)

 Dr. David Goodstein -- Recent Articles
Cold fusion papers are almost never published in refereed scientific journals, with the result that those works don't receive the normal critical scrutiny that science requires.
The Cold Fusion story seemed to stand science on its head, not only because it was played out in the popular press without the ritual of peer-review, but also because both sides of the debate violated what are generally supposed to be the central canons of scientific logic.
Cold Fusion had been given its chance, a suspension of disbelief no matter how unlikely it seemed, and it had failed to prove itself.
www.its.caltech.edu /~dg/fusion_art.html   (6533 words)

 Cold fusion - Simple English Wikipedia
Cold nuclear fusion is nuclear fusion at room temperature and normal pressure.
Nuclear fusion is the process by which many nuclei, the center of an atom, containing protons and neutrons, are forced to join together to form a heavier nucleus (singular of nuclei) and during that process, energy is released.
It is hoped that the energy released by cold fusion is much greater than the energy used to push the atoms together.
simple.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cold_fusion   (299 words)

 Cold Fusion
Fusion involves the merging of the cores of atoms.
The fusion in an H-bomb, for instance, is triggered by an A-bomb.
That is why, when two chemists announced that they had discovered cold fusion, many physicists felt that their turf had been violated.
www.wesleyan.edu /synthesis/GROUP4/FINALVERSIONS/fusion.html   (2754 words)

 Cold Fusion,nuclear fusion, infinite energy, low energy nuclear reactions,lenr,chemically assisted nuclear ...
Fusion is the process taking place in the Sun's core where, at temperatures of millions of degrees, hydrogen atoms are compressed together by elemental forces to form helium and a massive outpouring of energy in the thermonuclear reaction of the hydrogen bomb.
The measure of MIT's success in killing off cold fusion is that still today, the U.S. Department of Energy refuses to fund any research into it while the U.S. Patent Office relies on the MIT report to refuse any patents based on or relating to cold fusion processes even though hundreds have been submitted.
The coup de grace was delivered to cold fusion when the U.S. House committee formed to examine the claims for cold fusion, came down on the side of the skeptics.
www.alternativescience.com /cold_fusion.htm   (2776 words)

 Whatever happened to cold fusion? (March 1999) - Physics World - PhysicsWeb
The only cold fusion that had been detected until then was the kind mediated by muons, seen in accelerator experiments in the 1950s, and then only at minuscule rates.
Work on cold fusion continued in several countries, notably Japan, and this was often cited by cold-fusion believers as evidence that that US would be left in the dust when the new world energy order finally dawned.
Cold fusion lives on in other ways too: there is a software product called Cold Fusion for hooking databases to Web sites, a rock band with that name in the US, and a sports equipment company that makes snowboards.
physicsweb.org /articles/world/12/3/8   (2181 words)

 Cold Fusion Dedicated Servers and Cold Fusion Dedicated Hosting
Cold Fusion is the rapid server scripting environment for creating Rich Internet Applications.
Cold Fusion MX is the next major version of Cold Fusion.
Cold Fusion Dedicated Hosting means you will be the only one using the applications and configuration of the Cold Fusion Dedicated Server is open to your needs.
www.fastservers.net /hosting-software/windows-cold-fusion-mx.html   (664 words)

 Cold Fusion   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fleischmann and Pons claimed that this was because the fusion reaction taking place was one where two deuterium atoms fused together to produce regular helium and gamma rays (which they claimed were absorbed by the metal), instead of the expected 3-helium and a neutron.
Cold fusion is even more attractive because it does not share the enormous costs and complexity of a high temperature fusion reactor.
Given its appeal as a safe simple way to harness energy, it is no surprise that cold fusion continues to draw interest despite controversy and thousands of papers on the subject have been published since the furor in the late 1980s.
www.powerfrontiers.com /coldfusion.html   (1473 words)

 Cold Fusion -- 17 Years and Heating Up
Cold Fusion Heating Up -- Pending Review by U.S. Department of Energy - Phenomenon discovered by Fleischmann and Pons in1989, then disavowed by the scientific establishment, but subsequently confirmed worldwide in thousands of experiments, may finally be recognized as a revolutionary discovery of science.
Cold Fusion Resurrection - Many dozens of researchers from all over the world claim to have measured the fusion of nuclei at room temperature; wish for recognition that low energy nuclear reactions represent a legitimate scientific field of inquiry.
Federal Circuit Rejects Professor's Attempt to Patent Cold Fusion Technique - On appeal, the CAFC relied on the "scientific community's considerable doubt" regarding the utility of "cold fusion" in sustaining a prima facie case for lack of utility and enablement -- even though the articles relied upon by the PTO were anectodal and not peer-reviewed.
www.freeenergynews.com /Directory/ColdFusion/index.html   (2485 words)

 Cold Fusion
Remember that the sun runs on fusion, and that the very outside of the sun (far from where the fusion is happening) is at a temperature of 5000 degrees.
Obviously because the potential payoff is huge - if all you need to get fusion energy is heavy water and some palladium (plus electricity and a bunch of trace ions in the water) then you the worlds energy problems are solved, at least for the next 500 years or so...
As far as I know there is no widely accepted theory that suggests any way in which cold fusion could potentially be possible, and NONE of the experiments has produced more energy than it took in over time.
www.newton.dep.anl.gov /askasci/phy99/phy99018.htm   (370 words)

 Wired 6.11: What If Cold Fusion Is Real?
On March 23, 1989, Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann announced their discovery of "cold fusion." It was the most heavily hyped science story of the decade, but the awed excitement quickly evaporated amid accusations of fraud and incompetence.
"Cold fusion" and "hoax" became synonymous in most people's minds, and today, everyone knows that the idea has been discredited.
In fact, despite the scandal, laboratories in at least eight countries are still spending millions on cold fusion research.
www.wired.com /wired/archive/6.11/coldfusion.html   (943 words)

 Cold Fusion and Other Paradigm Shifts
Cold Fusion does carry a stigma whether it is justified or not.
Cold fusion scientist Dr. Eugene Malove was murdered in May 2004.
A January 2003 TV presentation of "Phenomenon," which investigates scientific fraud, stated that cold fusion is a fact and the scientific community is guilty of a smear and cover-up.
uralica.com /cold_fusion.htm   (2387 words)

 Coming in out of the cold: nuclear fusion, for real | csmonitor.com
Fusion is a tremendous source of energy; the reason we're not using it to meet our everyday energy needs is that it's very hard to get a fusion reaction going.
The whole trick with fusion is you've got to get protons close enough together for the strong force to overcome their electrical repulsion and merge them together into a nucleus.
Scientists have gotten fusion to occur in the laboratory before, but for the most part, they've tried to mimic conditions inside the sun by whipping hydrogen gas up to extreme temperatures or slamming atoms together in particle accelerators.
www.csmonitor.com /2005/0606/p25s01-stss.html   (1562 words)

 Cold Fusion — LENR - CANR   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cold Fusion lab in Frascati, part of the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment.
The report lays out the navy's evidence that cold fusion is real, a verifiable nuclear event that liberates more energy than it consumes.
Cold Fusion Times: The journal of the scientific aspects of loading isotopic fuels into materials.
home.earthlink.net /~tinmachine/coldfusion   (548 words)

 Cold Fusion Times Introduction to the Science of Cold Fusion
Cold fusion is the generation of anomalous excess heat at low temperatures.
Cold fusion happens when we take heavy hydrogen and we load it into a metal such as palladium, much as water is loaded into a sponge.
Cold fusion technology has developed several material sciences which now include the use of titanium, nickel, and other metals in a variety of configurations.
world.std.com /~mica/cftsci.html   (2366 words)

 Intranet Software Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cold Fusion does this without the complexity of CGI programming in low level languages such as PERL or C. Cold Fusion uses simple markup tags that are embedded within 'templates' that execute DML (Database Manipulation Language) statements against the database.
Cold Fusion’s scripting language is a bit weak compared to a full-blown 4GL.
Cold Fusion 2.0, currently in beta, will bring dynamic web development to a whole new level.
www.intranetjournal.com /reviews/idm0396-cf15.shtml   (997 words)

JET has pioneered contributions in the development of the evolving landscape of cold fusion and its utilization, by developing a continuum electrophysics model which has led to the quasi-1-dimensional model of isotope loading of a metal, and then to codeposition, the optimal operating point, Phusor technology, control of "heat after death", among other directions.
Fusion is the process taking place in the Sun's core where, at temperatures of millions of degrees, hydrogen atoms are compressed together by elemental forces to form helium and a massive outpouring of energy in the thermonuclear reaction of the hydrogen bomb.
The neglect of cold fusion is one of the biggest scandals in the history of science.
world.std.com /~mica/cft.html   (14429 words)

 Coldfusion Web Hosting - ColdFusion MX - Cold Fusion Hosting
We backup all Cold Fusion (.cfm) and MySQL database on a daily basis to an offsite location.
ICND has added 2 additional gigs of memory allowing our Cold Fusion web applications to run faster and more efficient.
This allows our team of programmers to monitor all Cold Fusion applications and ensure that they are running as smooth as possible.
www.icoastalnet.com /cold_fusion_website_hosting.cfm   (499 words)

 Edmund Storms_Cold Fusion
He presently lives in Santa Fe where he is investigating the "cold fusion" effect in his own laboratory.
In May 1993, he was invited to testify before a congressional committee about the "cold fusion" effect.
This review brings the understanding of cold fusion up to date and answers many of the challenges raised by skeptics.
home.netcom.com /~storms2   (823 words)

 Top Cold Fusion Hosting Companies
Cold fusion hosting is being offered by more and more companies; the trick is finding a hosting provider that actually offers cold fusion web hosting, then determining if it's merely a fly-by-night operation or a true, committed operation that can be relied upon.
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 OccHosting Web Hosting: Windows Cold Fusion - eCommerce Hosting, Free Shopping Cart
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This plan provides 100 Gb of disk space, 1000 Gb of data transfer per month, your own cgi-bin, free scripts, web hosting statistics, Unlimited Access to Cold Fusion mx 7.x, Miva Merchant or osCommerce shopping cart, optional Macromedia Coldfusion mx, and much more.
Cold Fusion MX is included (free) with this plan
www.occhosting.com /win-cold_fusion.html   (101 words)

 Weird Science: Cold Fusion links
Cold Fusion is not normal fusion, so a more appropriate name for it is "Low Energy Nuclear Reactions," LENR, or "Chemically-Assisted Nuclear Reactions," CANR...
SF CHRONICLE: Cold Fusion is Back, and The War Against Cold Fusion
Cold Fusion and the Wright Bros., from Inf.
www.amasci.com /weird/wcf.html   (189 words)

 bit-tech.net | Cold Fusion by SleepStreamer
As a beginner modder, this is the work log for my first 'real' case mod project.
The original idea was to create a mod that was inspired by a futuristic kind of 'nuclear reactor', and this gave rise to the name: Cold Fusion.
As you might already have suspected, I'm a big fan of science fiction.
www.bit-tech.net /modding/2006/11/13/cold_fusion_by_sleepstreamer/1.html   (197 words)

 Cold Fusion Video Reviews: Starcrash
The second planet is an ice-covered wasteland, so cold that Stella actually puts on tights for protection.
This is the crash site for the mother ship, which -- despite the destructive explosion we saw before the credits -- not only touched down largely intact, but is surrounded by the undamaged bodies of the crew.
Don't be a putz by stealing my reviews; ask permission.
www.coldfusionvideo.com /s/starcrash.html   (3753 words)

 Cold Fusion Foods -- Herbally-Active, Protein-Enriched Frozen Juice Bars   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Cold Fusion Frozen Protein Bars look and taste like ice cream, but work like energy bars!
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