Future Energy EnewsJanuary 30, 2002
COLD FUSION EXPERIMENT PRODUCES MYSTERIOUS RESULTS
New Scientist- September 4, 2001
Most physicists treat claims of cold fusion with derision. However, Dr. Brian Clarke of McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, has found something that is not easily explained away. Article is attached and also available at the magazine site below.
IRI Note:Tritium is an isotope of hydrogen with two neutrons that is quite rare in nature. According to conventional chemistry, its production through a "chemical reaction" which could produce a quadrillion atoms of it, as in this experiment, requires a "tritide" compound to be present in order to release it.
Thomas Valone, MA, PE
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