Fusion Is A Dish Best Served Cold

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Bradley K. Sherman

Dec 16, 2020, 11:40:37 AM12/16/20
| Fusion is a dish best served cold
| This is a familiar experience in chemistry, where reagents
| are always undergoing strange irreproducible
| transformations from the alchemy of time or some unknown
| contaminant, so that later batches from the same supplier
| no longer effect the same outcome and Mr Hyde cannot change
| back into Dr Jeckyll. It must be a tradition, or an old
| charter or something. The palladium electrodes are the
| electrochemical equivalent, and because the suppliers in
| their foolishness changed the process of manufacture, the
| secret of Cold Fusion is lost forever.
| ...


Mat Nieuwenhoven

Dec 18, 2020, 1:41:55 AM12/18/20
It doesn't have to be palladium. Low Eneryg Nuclear Reactions (which
are _not_ fusion but neutron based, ColdFuson is a wrong name for it)
occur with other materials too. Read Krivit's book. Too bad no-one can
make it work industrially, it remains a lab curiosity.

Mat Nieuwenhoven

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