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  1. #1 What cold fusion means 
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    Cold fusion has proved nuclear reactions take place with very little amounts of power generated -- when are you going to realize what your own experiments have proved?
    This is the last thing i'm saying, if you can't take a hint that's not my problem.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raymond ellis
    Cold fusion has proved nuclear reactions take place with very little amounts of power generated -- when are you going to realize what your own experiments have proved?
    This is the last thing i'm saying, if you can't take a hint that's not my problem.
    I can take a hint. I cannot, however, interpret your ambiguous, grammatically obscure, obfuscating post.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raymond ellis
    Cold fusion has proved nuclear reactions take place with very little amounts of power generated -- when are you going to realize what your own experiments have proved?
    This is the last thing i'm saying, if you can't take a hint that's not my problem.

    I totally agree that fusion can take place rather easily chemically, electrically, and with conventional heating under pressure. This is one of my beliefs.

    I believe the production of ammonia is done with a fusion operation. I believe Sadam Huesan had an accident in his ammonia plant. I also believe that ammonia is NO2. Created by fusion bonding hydrogen to nitrogen to create oxygen.

    It is actually old hat. Evidently and obviously not enough for any "real" scientists to crush all the bad science. And get back to real science. Science was all finished a long while ago.

    But with real science all around tyrants have no place to hide. Tyrants can hide anywhere now.



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    The only true 'cold' fusion I can think of is to use EM feilds to slow down the rates of 2 hydrogen atoms to the point they become energy waves, join them togeather, and raise their "temperature" so they become fused.

    The problem with that is that it takes more energy to "slow" down the atoms that can be gathered from a cold-fused joining.

    If there only were a way...
    I'd trade it all....for a little more-
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    *note* I did not choose my name based on any avocation towards cold fusion.

    A few scientists have claimed to have created an energy efficient cold fusion reaction; yet when asked to reproduce it on demand with witness to the event they are unable to. I believe their claims were only a publicity stunt.
    Of all the wonders in the universe, none is likely more fascinating and complicated than human nature.

    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."

    "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe(Oh)
    The only true 'cold' fusion I can think of is to use EM feilds to slow down the rates of 2 hydrogen atoms to the point they become energy waves, join them togeather, and raise their "temperature" so they become fused.

    The problem with that is that it takes more energy to "slow" down the atoms that can be gathered from a cold-fused joining.

    If there only were a way...
    That is only Siamese bonding. That is not fusion bonding. It was originally called atomic welding when you would split the two hydrogen atoms from one another.

    http://www.Rockwelder.com/EastWood/weldarticle.pdf

    It is a very hot reaction. I believe you lose some of the hydrogen atoms while doing it. But there are so many that even today it would be hard to measure.

    There is heat emitted when you separate two hydrogen atoms, from their natural Siamese bond. Hydrogen gas like in a container of pure hydrogen.

    The tenacity of pure iron is created by the Fe2 bond. Pure lead is held together by the Pb2 bond. Pure aluminum is held together by the Al2 bond. However these bonds have certain well known weaknesses or strange likings to bond violently or strangely with certain chemicals. I believe that is how and why they are called Siamese bonds.

    Some say the heat occurs when the released hydrogen atoms re-bond with the other single atoms that you release. I would have to agree.
    I believe that this is where some have placed so much emphasis on the fusion side of the reaction. But the fission or atomic separation is what to me originally fuels it, for lack of a more scientific term. But it is semantics really. Much like refrigeration.

    Siamese bonded hydrogen is not helium. Helium is an element where the two hydrogen atoms moved so close together that they cannot be separated as two hydrogen atoms can.

    Helium also forms a Siamese bond with itself. You can also separate them and get some wild heat. We use these wild gases to cut and weld some serious stuff with low amperage.

    Ammonia used to be made by adding hydrogen to super heated nitrogen to form ammonia. This was at one time in my area considered to be fusion. Because the real formula for ammonia was considered NO2. The hydrogen would hop on board with the nitrogen becoming oxygen. And making ammonia.

    But then all the important things we kill one another for, would seem petty. Ha-ha.


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