Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Another Canadian Connection To LENR

As out-door swimming pools in my area start to hybernate for the next eight months, a fellow-Canadian, David J. French, puts the debate over "understood" hot fusion versus "unexplained" cold fusion in perspective. He starts by proposing that the center of our sun's core is composed of low heat-generating embers rather than being a super-heated nuclear reactor. He then compares power production in the dense core of the sun with the production of heat by hot fusion and by cold fusion. This patent atorney's rather long article of September 8, 2013 (http:coldfusionnow.org/)concludes with the statement, "The disparity between the support for hot versus cold fusion is extreme, indeed scandolous."


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