by Morley Evans
Cold Fusion would solve many problems while creating many new problems unheard of before. Think of fire. Salvation will require spiritual awaking. Be that as it may, for now we can ask this question: is Cold Fusion real?
The answer is, Yes.
What would it mean if you had a device in your basement about the size of a toaster that cost $100 and it provided electricity to heat and light your home forever for free? What if that device produced no external by-products (pollution) or radiation or anything bad of any kind? What if everyone in the world could have one? Hum. . .
What if this type of energy production were only one of many types of "free energy"? What if one such device collected the electromagnetic energy that surrounds the planet 24/7/365? (We don't mean sunshine, we mean the Van Allen Belt.) The future is wide open.
|Van Allen Belt|
|New Hydrogen Energy Institute, Japan|
That is the main reason Cold Fusion is not a commercial reality today. But people are working on it and they can't be stopped.
We are on the brink of a New Age. It will be as different from now as the 20th century was from the 10th century. Imagine that if you can! Most cannot, of course, but it will happen anyway.
Pons and Fleischmann at Brigham Young University were on the right track in 1989. Their experiments have been replicated by scientists around the world, including John Bockris, distinguished professor at Texas A&M. Bockris was one of the world's leading electrochemists. Bockris, who died at 90, was a Nobel Laureate in 1946. He published over 700 scientific papers and 24 books during his long career. Martin Fleischmann was himself a member of the Royal Society whose most prominent member, ever, was and still is Isaac Newton. These people didn't fall off the turnip truck yesterday. They are worth listening to even if the Ministry of Truth has stuffed them down the Memory Hole.
Prometheus stole fire from Olympus and gave it to Man. This is exactly the same thing. The gods didn't like it one bit. Why would they? But people have found fire very useful over the years.