The Cold Fusion Solution

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Frank Close

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Aug 18, 1992, 9:58:01 AM8/18/92
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5 GeV helium nuclei????????????
This is the best joke since the 23rd March 1989.
When I suggested that TBs proposed violation of energy and momentum
conservation I didnt expect anyone to take it seriously.

Jed; as you are an arts graduate you have some excuses for your naivety
but some of the other names in your list appear to have some awareness
of the nuclear and particle physics world. Perhaps you should first check
whether they are all as supportive and accurately described as your posting
suggests. You already have some egg on the face from Warren Buck. You might
also revise your incorrect and exaggerated description of Floyd Culler
as `former Director of Oak Ridge National Lab'; he never held that post.
If you really believe there are energetic helium nuclei flying around and
smashing into other material I bet you are glad that your cells arent
producing anomalous heat right now. If they are, then I suggest you have
a medical check up. Or have you been doing the experiments in your garage
and hence the problems with your car?

According to news reports here, many people are paying out fortunes in the
hope of taking part in the second coming which is promised in Korea in October.
I presume that this is not connected to the CF meeting in Japan around that
time? Perhaps you should include it as a side trip; people who have just
been disappointed in one venture are often surprisingly ready to subscribe
to other nonsenses.

Larry Wall

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Aug 19, 1992, 12:16:14 AM8/19/92
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In article <1992081809...@ames.arc.nasa.gov> Frank Close <F...@v2.rl.ac.uk> writes:
: According to news reports here, many people are paying out fortunes in

: the hope of taking part in the second coming which is promised in Korea
: in October. I presume that this is not connected to the CF meeting in
: Japan around that time? Perhaps you [Jed] should include it as a side

: trip; people who have just been disappointed in one venture are often
: surprisingly ready to subscribe to other nonsenses.

There ain't nothin' in this world that's worth being a snot over.

Larry Wall
lw...@netlabs.com

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