On March 23, 1989, Drs. Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann of the University of Utah announced what amounted to the Holy Grail of science, a discovery, which, if true, would change the world more than any discovery before or since. They claimed to have produced cold fusion in their laboratory, an achievement that if true would have meant a virtually unlimited cheap energy supply for humanity. Their claims were quickly viciously debunked by others. Despite the attacks and the shunning by the mainstream, the investigation of cold fusion continues, and success seems only a matter of time, thanks to the pioneering work of Pons and Fleischmann, and the continued promotion by Dr. Eugene Mallove.
Cold Fusion: The First Ten Years in the Words of Researchers Who Were There
MIT and Cold Fusion: A Special Report
Nuclear Reactions in the Pd/D System: An Account by M. Fleischmann of Early Cold
Evidence for the Cold Fusion of Protons and Electrons
BlackLight Power Breakthrough
Device and Testing Updates
A Chronology of Cold Fusion
And much, much more!
New from Infinite Energy Press!
NUCLEAR TRANSMUTATION: The Reality of Cold Fusion
by Tadahiko Mizuno
Hard Cover, English translation - 152 pages.
Published December, 1998.
$32.95 USD - Canada, USA, Mexico.
$39.95 USD - all other countries.
Tadahiko Mizuno was born in Asahigawa City, Hokkaido, Japan in 1945. He graduated from the Department of Applied Physics, College of Engineering, Hokkaido National University in 1968. In 1973 he received his Ph.D. in applied physics. Among his achievements in cold fusion were the first extensive reports of neutron measurements in Japan, pioneering work on loaded, solid-state proton conductors, and key new studies of transmutation products. Presently, he is an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering, College of Engineering, Hokkaido University.
"I find this frank and open exposition by Dr. Mizuno to be the most thoughtful, most interesting, and most helpful scientifically of all the books to date about 'cold fusion.' In the process of recounting his experiences and views, Dr. Mizuno provides an important glimpse into how research often evolves in practice and how the process can plunge into a chaotic maze in some cases, like 'cold fusion.'"
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