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Italian Scientist Claims He Has Achieved Cold Fusion


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 Italian Scientist Claims He Has Achieved Cold Fusion
 06-13-2012, 10:50 PMaway - #21
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Originally Posted by sasuke-sama313
First thing i though. The other 2 scientist back in 1989 claimed this and suddenly said they lied or some #### like that but the oil companies among others will not allow this to happen. The planet would run of water and they greedy a$ses ain't letting that happen ever. There has been energy cover ups since Tesla.
This..
 07-05-2012, 07:20 PMaway - #22
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He's not a scientist. You guys will eat up anything that goes against the grain.

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 08-08-2012, 03:51 PMaway - #23
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a follow up on this would be nice
 08-11-2012, 11:58 AMonline - #24
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are they implying that they can create nucular fusion radioactivity in the cold? maybe i should just read OP and stopin being lazy

radioactivity is nothing more but throw away energy.. the left over energy the sun ####s out is what powers and has powered us.. im jumpin off but thats an amazing thought when you think about e=mc2 and that no energy is lost but meerely transfered..
 08-11-2012, 12:01 PMonline - #25
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cold fusion is impossible now that i think about it more.. ill look into this later wen i have more time.. what has to occur for fusion cannon be natural done.. it just cant be.. the pressure and heat it takes to make diamonds cant be recreated.. how u gonna actually fuse particles?
 08-11-2012, 03:30 PMaway - #26
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He makin a rump roast or something with that machine.

The closest we're going to get to cold fusion in the foreseeable future is delivering the actual source of energy (natural gas, coal, hydrogen, etc.) to the house (or wherever the energy is to be used) and combusting it on the spot, thereby eliminating the ~90% loss of energy (from heat transfers) that occurs with electricity lines.

It's not that crazy of a concept when you consider that this is exactly what we do with vehicles. We just need an engine for the house.
 
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