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    Solid State (Cold) Fusion Papers to be highlighted at APS March meeting
    Posted on Monday, January 17, 2005 @ 18:28:00 EST by vlad

    Science Anonymous writes: The America Physical Society will feature a full session presenting solid state (cold) fusion papers on Thursday March 24th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This APS presentation of work in the field follows the recent (Dec. 1, 2004) DOE report which acknowledges cold fusion experimental results have now convinced the DOE that the field is indeed real science and the earlier US Navy report giving unreserved support for findings in the field.

    Highlighting the papers presented will be reports of reproducible experiments producing both the heat and nuclear signature of fusion (helium). Additional papers will show the characteristics of materials involved in these solid state fusion reactions as well as showing that classical nuclear reaction fingerprints of fissioning metals are also found in solid state fusion materials.

    Ardent skeptics of this field have consistently demanded that researchers must show both the heat and ashes of fusion. APS presentors trust those skeptics will be in attendance for these historic presentations of precisely that evidence.

    A reception will follow the presentations where presentors will be available to the press for questions and do their best to be gracious while serving delicious poultry capapes to those most ardent of the cold fusion skeptics of the last 15 years.

    APS session web site: APS site


     
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    Respected Japanese Paper Quietly Claims a Cold Fusion Nanotech Breakthrough (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Monday, January 17, 2005 @ 20:58:05 EST
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    Message: free-energy yahoo group
    Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 20:09:00 -0800 (PST)
    From: johnathan chan
    Subject: Fwd: Respected Japanese Paper Quietly Claims a Cold Fusion Nanotech Breakthrough


    A Japanese scientific team may claim a historic first this year. The following paper released on the web friday after publishing in an Italian science journal "IL Nuovo Saggiatore" in print at year's end. This paper unequivocally states:

    http://www2.sif.it/riviste/nsag/nsag-2004-05-06/07.pdf

    "as a consequence, in our experiments, for the first time in the world, we succeeded in producing intense nuclear fusion reactions inside metals, and generated a significantly large amount of He4 and thermal energy by using "solid deuterium" as a new fuel."

    Dr. Arata is a well respected Japanese scientist and just received his second award from the Emperor of Japan in his 40 year career. He chose to receive the award rather than attend the ICCF-11 cold fusion conference in France last November. What may be better still is that his new cold fusion process uses ultrasound and the end result is huge amounts of clean Helium-4. He claims his new process is said to be free of any neutrons or dangerous gamma radiation, just lots of plain He4 and heat.

    It may be similar to work being rumored by Dr. Amar Bose in a recent Popular Science article and editorial to that issue. See : http://www.popsci.com/popsci/bown/2004/autotech/article/0,22221,750663-1,00.html

    Arata's new paper simply claims a new state of deuterium that he has created using nano particles of Palladium to achieve a ultra high density of "solid deuterium" as a new fuel. Higher in density than deuterium chilled to 4 degrees Kelvin, which may account for his claims of large amounts of Helium and heat because the deuterium atoms would be very closely packed.

    Of course these claims will need to be verified as other Japanese transmutations claims were recently done with the Iwamura work at Mitsubishi. The next cold fusion/condensed matter nuclear science conference, ICCF-12 is slated for this fall in none other than Japan.

    See also a trip report :
    http://www.newenergytimes.com/iccf11/ICCF11-2005-CoreyJim-TripReport.pdf
    from a Sandia Labs attendee who lent his observations for others to see first hand from last November's ICCF-11 conference, which was also attended by a Nobel Laureate.

    -JChan http://www.atomicmotor.com



    We Evidence for Cold Fusion (Score: 1)
    by Rock_nj on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 @ 07:17:49 EST
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    Great! I get the feeling that cold fusion is reaching a point where the evidence for it will become overwhelming and it will soon gain mainstream acceptance. 2005 might be the year that this breakthrough finally happens. But, please let's provide solid evidence at the APS meeting.

    You know what is probably going to happen with cold fusion? Suddenly it will gain acceptance as an afterthought. You can already hear some that sort of concession talk from some of the skeptics. Oh yeah, we all know it's a real phenomenon, but will it ever be useful? A shift in the debate to cautious acceptance as if it was always acceptance.

    I wouldn't be at all surprised if that is what happens this year. Cold fusion, yeah we knew it worked all along, now shows us a working model already.



    Re: Solid State (Cold) Fusion Papers to be highlighted at APS March meeting (Score: 1)
    by kurt9 on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 @ 14:56:37 EST
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    Robert Park must be apoplexic about this.

    Perhaps this explains the increasingly shrill and sarcastic tone of his ranting and raving.



     

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