Andrea Rossi, Energy Catalyzer, Low Energy Nuclear Reaction
Andrea Rossi - Journal of Nuclear Physics
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| Subject: Re: Cold Fusion - A Strange Story?
| Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 15:16:09 -0700
| From: JACK SARFATTI | To: "Brian Josephson" | CC: [...]
Thanks Brian - please keep us in the loop so we can report it at http://stardrive.org seen by thousands of science enthusiasts
world-wide. Of course, a working cold fusion generator would be good for solar system space travel as well as the primary source for low power warp drive if, for example, my meta-material conjecture were to work.
On Oct 31, 2011, at 12:35 PM, Brian Josephson wrote:
--On 31 October 2011 13:13:35 -0700 Jack Sarfatti wrote:
Just one comment: the reason for the power being only half of that expected was that there were stability problems. The customer was given the option of running it at full power but with some external stabilisation, or at lower power in self-sustaining mode, and chose the latter.
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Cold Fusion is like those undefined 'spots'
in 'THE MATRIX,' where the simulation isn't
quite up-to-code, possibly where wishing
makes it so, with a generous assist from
'THE 0NE' to manifest the desired reality.
The late Dr. Teller might suggest a slight
parallel in thought or similar form...
What If Cold Fusion Is Real?
By Charles Platt