Cold Fusion

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Cold fusion is a hypothetical type of nuclear reaction that would occur at, or near, room temperature, compared with temperatures in the millions of degrees that is required for "hot" fusion.


Books about the cold fusion fiasco

  • Fire from Ice : Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor by Dr. Eugene Mallove.
  • Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion by Tadahiko Mizuno, et al.
  • Rotational Physics : The Principles of Energy (Rotational Physics and Philosophy Series) by Myrna M. Milani.
  • Cold Fusion : The Scientific Fiasco of the Century by John R. Huizenga.
  • A Dialogue on Chemically Induced Nuclear Effects : A Guide for the Perplexed About Cold Fusion by Nate Hoffman.
  • Too Hot to Handle : The Race for Cold Fusion by Frank Close.
  • Anti Gravity on a Disk by Frank Znidarsic, Trina Petney(Editor).
  • Bad Science : The Short Life and Weird Times of Cold Fusion by Gary Taubes.
  • Cold Fusion : A Challenge to United States Science Policy by Lyndon H. Jr Larouche.
  • Cold Fusion : The Making of a Scientific Controversy by F. David Peat.
  • Cold Fusion Impact in the Enhanced Energy Age/Book and Disk by Hal Fox.
  • Cold Fusion: The Secret Energy Revolution by Antony Sutton
  • Physics of reacting particle swarms II : the Muon-catalyzed cold fusion cycle by R. E. Robson.

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