With the looming energy crisis, we need to start looking at alternatives. I believe that if Cold Fusion got 1/10th the funding that the LHC or Hot Fusion or Top Secret Defense Contracts get we would have Cold Fusion by now.
With maybe a few $100,000 in funding, and nano-manufacturing facilities to build the proper 50nm dimension nano-cavitated plates where deuterium would enter from one side of the plate and helium could bubble off of the other as the molecules get continually zapped with the appropriate frequency.
Richard Feynman once said of Quantum Mechanics - "Do not keep saying to yourself, if you can possibly avoid it, "But how can it be like that?" because you will get "down the drain," into a blind alley from which nobody has yet escaped. Nobody knows how it can be like that. " -On the apparent absurdities of Quantum behavior, in The Character of Physical Law (1965) Lecture 6 : Probability and Uncertainity
Now we KNOW how it can be like that...
Frank Znidarsic's Revolutionary Paper:
Vt the observed velocity in cold fusion and antigravity has to do with movement of heavy protons.
It is the velocity of sound in the medium.
The velocity we get with the elastic constant of the sq rt (K/M) has to do with the speed of sound in the electrons. It normally is a much faster velocity. This is the mode light couples with. It is the speed of light in the medium.
The solution is:
speed of sound = speed of light equation #10
AlienScientist Alliance Homepage:
Some Background info about Cold Fusion for WIRED:
Please note the correlation between the nanoparticles (50nm) and the heating (infrared vibrations ~10^14 hertz)
Latest on Cold Fusion from SPWAR (US NAVY):
The latest on Podkletnov from the European Space Agency:
Yoshiaki Arata uses 50nm palladium and heats it as much as possilbe using Low end Infra Red (10^14 hertz) Again the velocity 1.094 million meters per second emerges.
Popular Mechanics on Ning Li experiment:
NASA assessment of the cost for this experiment:
Additional Links from Frank's website:
Ning Li's Profile:
Dennis Cravens Lab:
Harvard stops light:
MIT's Levitated Dipole Experiment:
"Deuterium begins to condense when constrained in very small domains of a few tens of nanometers in dimension. It certainly can achieve a metallic deuterium state and perhaps becomes a BEC (Bose Einstein Condensate). It has been clear for some time that the reactions we work with are not a uniform bulk phenomena but rather must be produced within some unusual domain that is quite extraordinary." - Russ George
from the former D2Fusion website
Channel: Sci & Tech Channel