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Cold Fusion -- 15 Years and Heating Up

Ambient temperature fusion technologies and developments.

Also known as: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), or Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions (CANR)

Page Contents:
Overview • Related Sites • Books • 15 Year Anniversary • Controversy Cooling • Educational • Research and Development • Cold Fusion Variants • Documentary • In the Movies • Hal Ade's Cold Fusion Links • See also

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Latest Developments

  • Solid State (Cold) Fusion Papers to be highlighted at APS March meeting - The America Physical Society will feature a full session presenting solid state (cold) fusion papers on Thursday March 24th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 17, 2005)
  • US DOE Report on Cold Fusion is Out - "While significant progress has been made in the sophistication of calorimeters since the review of this subject in 1989, the conclusions reached by the reviewers today are similar to those found in the 1989 review." (FreeEnergyNews; Dec. 1, 2004)


  • Brief synopsis of the dream
    The Holy Grail of Energy
    - Can cold fusion, "the greatest dream of science," deliver the energy of the sun at room temperature?  (Times of India; Jan. 1, 2004)
  • - Cold Fusion apostle, Steven B. Krivit's website.
  • Cold Fusion - Wikipedia's encyclopedic entry covers history, arguments, other kinds of fusion.  Wikipedia featured their cold fusion entry on Aug. 23, 2004.


The Rebirth of Cold Fusion: Real Science, Real Hope, Real Energy by Steven B. Krivit, Nadine Winocur

Related Sites

  • - Comprehensive treatment of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR), or Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions (CANR). Contains library with full-text papers, and introductions and history of Cold Fusion for both the general public and researchers in the field.
  • - cold fusion explained; New Energy Times
  • Institute for New Energy "Cold Fusion"
    • Cold Fusion Is Proven Technology (Anthony Sutton's Book)
    • The War Against Cold Fusion - What's really behind it? 5/17/99 SF
    • Cold Fusion Research: Models And Potential Benefits
  • Cold Fusion Times - Dr. Michael Swartz' site.
  • Greenview Group - Provides information and education in the the controversial field of cold fusion.
  • "Cold Fusion" >
    • New Navy Report Supports Cold Fusion
    • Cold Fusion may have finally arrived!
  • "Cold Fusion" >
    • Genie in a Jar (PDF) by A.K. Dewdney 1997
    • Cold Fusion Confusion - "Alpha fission is actually Cold Fusion. The end result generates neutrons from the production of fusion by alpha particle collision"
    • Testimony of Bert Schreiber (PDF) - "It was not until I had worked on this manuscript and finally realized that thermofusion did not exist and that it was cold fusion which did"
  • Cold Fusion: An Historic Overview - by Frank Znidarsic.



  • The Rebirth of Cold Fusion: Real Science, Real Hope, Real Energy by Steven B. Krivit, Nadine Winocur
  • Cold Fusion And The Future - by Jed Rothwell, published by, December 2004, 186 pages.  Free e-book explores the subject for the lay person.


15 Year Anniversary: March 23, 2004

  • Salt Lake Tribune Mar. 23, 2004
    • .
      Cold fusion frozen in time - Physicists and chemists devoured newspaper accounts and pored over TV clips for clues about what Pons and Fleischmann were doing. Graduate students stayed up all night tweaking laboratory equipment in hopes of glimpsing cold fusion.
    • Cold fusion research isn't frozen - A small band of researchers, including Brigham Young University's Steven Jones, has continued pursuing what it sees as tantalizing clues that the science may work after all.
    • Cold fusion & Utah - a history.
  • US Will Give Cold Fusion Second Look, After 15 Years (New York Times; March 25, 2004)
  • Energy Department accepts scientists' request to revisit cold fusion (Salt Lake Tribune publication of the New York Times' story [no login required]; March 27, 2004)
  • Three Mile Island - 25 Years Later


Controversy Cooling

  • The Big Science Chill - The politics of science gave Cold Fusion a bum wrap. (Technology News; Jan. 7)
  • Warming Up to Cold Fusion - Washington Post runs a feature length story, reviving hope for a future of clean, inexhaustible, inexpensive energy. Fifteen years after the scientific embarrassment of the century, is this the beginning of something big -- again?
    (Washington Post; Nov. 20, 2004)
  • Cold Fusion Back From the Dead - Later this month, the U.S. Department of Energy will receive a report from a panel of experts on the prospects for cold fusion—the supposed generation of thermonuclear energy using tabletop apparatus (IEEE Spectrum; Aug. 31, 2004)
  • Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson Bemoans Cold Fusion Taboo - It's unfortunate that you cannot publish a paper having the words ‘cold fusion’ in it, despite the merits of the research. Address to 500 top grad students.  (U of Chicago Chronicle; Nov. 18, 2004)
  • Science in neglect: Nobel laureate speaks out for cold fusion - Nobel prize winner Brian Josephson tells other Nobel laureates that the rejection of real empirical cold fusion phenomena by the scientific community is like the modern equivalent to continental drift. (New Energy Times; July 8, 2004)
  • Data Versus Dogma:  The Continuing Battle Over Cold Fusion - Establishment science continues to turn cold shoulder despite mounting scientific evidence.
  • 30mw laser-triggered cold fusion cell, Letts LaboratoryCold Fusion Heating Up -- Pending Review by U.S. Department of Energy - Phenomenon discovered by Fleischmann and Pons in1989, then disavowed by the scientific establishment, but subsequently confirmed worldwide in thousands of experiments, may finally be recognized as a revolutionary discovery of science.
  • U.S. Department of Energy Will Review 15 Years of "Cold Fusion" Excess Heat and Nuclear Evidence - A startling reversal of its past refusal to evaluate with a fresh look the large body of experimental evidence that now supports highly anomalous non-chemical magnitude excess heat phenomena in some hydrogen systems, plus associated nuclear anomalies. (Infinite Energy; not dated, 2004)
    • Tom Bearden Replies - It's about time, and it is likely they will do it justice this time.
  • New Report Establishes Case for Cold Fusion - U.S. Department of Energy to take a second look at controversial subject.  (ZPEnergy; Mar. 22, 2004)
  • Is Cold Fusion Heating Up? (MIT Technology Review; April 23)
  • Whatever Happened to Cold Fusion? - "Between Cold Fusion and respectable science there is virtually no communication at all. Cold fusion papers are almost never published in refereed scientific journals, with the result that those works don't receive the normal critical scrutiny that science requires. On the other hand, because the Cold-Fusioners see themselves as a community under siege, there is little internal criticism." (Dr. David Goldstein; Caltech 2002)
  • The War Against Cold Fusion -- What's really behind it? (SFGate; May 17, 1999)
  • What If Cold Fusion Is Real? (Wired; Nov. 1998)
  • Seeking Answers From Cold Fusion Review - "As a physics teacher who is uncertain how to answer students' questions about cold fusion, I welcome the upcoming US Department of Energy investigation of recent claims in this controversial area." (Physics Today; Letters; Sept. 2004)
  • Cold Fusion Resurrection - Many dozens of researchers from all over the world claim to have measured the fusion of nuclei at room temperature; wish for recognition that low energy nuclear reactions represent a legitimate scientific field of inquiry. Review by the US Department of Energy is near completion.. (Telepolis, Germany; Oct. 17; 2004)



  • High School Students Replicate Cold Fusion - While the dangers posed by cold fusion experimentation should be taken carefully into consideration, there are some helpful scientific papers available for those interested. One college professor reports that materials for an experiment can cost as little as $500 USD. (GTFE, Aug. 8)
  • Cold Fusion is Really Solid-State Fusion - Essay by Russ George describes a theoretical basis that is derived from classical solid-state theory. (Nov. 2004)


Research and Development

  • Cold fusion and the path of the quantum transition [direct] - Where the electron goes during the quantum transition has been a mystery. Cold fusion experiments may have revealed the process. (ZPEnergy; Jan. 20, 2005)
  • Researchers report bubble fusion results replicated - Researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Purdue University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the Russian Academy of Science have managed to replicate controversial cold fusion experiments. (The Inquirer, England; Jan. 21, 2005) (Citing March 2, 2004 press release)


Cold Fusion Variants

  • Explaining high density cold fusion - The process of cold fusion is very different from fusion processes in plasmas which are less dense by many factors of ten. (PRWeb, Ferndale, WA; Sept. 8, 2004)


  • Evidence Bubbles Over To Support Tabletop Nuclear Fusion Device (ScienceDaily; Mar. 3, 2004) - Inexpensive process generates nuclear reactions by creating tiny bubbles, which implode with tremendous force. New York Times and Physics News opine, "many scientists [see] uncomfortable resemblance to 'cold fusion' which has now been discredited." Actually "cold fusion" has been proven soundly.  PES review pending in a few days. (Submitted by Marc Plotkin)
    Read latest reports at: Google News > Sonofusion
  • Students see the light: ISU pair succeeds in creating sonoluminescence - The extreme energy present in the experiment has been compared by researchers to processes occurring in the sun. (Idaho State Journal; Mar. 15, 2004)
  • More Bang From The Bubble? - "Sonofusion" may one day outshine other nuclear methods in generating energy. (Business Week; Mar. 29, 2004)
  • The new sound of fusion -  State-of-the-art science is capable of tapping sources of infinite energy and has been since the 1950s. The problem is, it has so far proved impossible to control this process. The energy is released in titanically destructive bursts. (Business-Standard; Mar. 18, 2004)
  • Sonofusion Going Mainstream - Can a collapsing bubble unleash huge amounts of energy? (ZPEnergy / New Scientist; Jan. 25, 2005)

JL Naudin

  • Cold Fusion Reactor : Power measurements with a Power-Meter - By none other than JL Naudin.  He sure is on a roll!  See this comment in ZPEnergy.
  • Test of the Cold Fusion Reactor v2.0 at High Power - by JL Naudin.  Photos, data, full explanation.
  • The Enhanced Cold Fusion Reactor v3.0 - by JL Naudin; May 23, 2003
  • A 30 minute test run with the Cold Fusion Reactor v4.0
  • Cold Fusion Reactor - diagrams, photos, description, data; by JL Naudin; fully based on the work of the researchers Tadahiko MIZUNO and Tadayoshi OHMORI from the Hokkaido University in Japan. (May 8, 2003.)


  • Cold Fusion by Plasma Electrolysis of Water - "It has been disclosed that transmutation of the atomic nuclei of alkaline metals and the atomic nuclei of the cathode material takes place during plasma electrolysis of water." (Post updated Dec. 20, 2002)



  • Cold Fusion: Fire from Water (Video by Infinite Energy Magazine)

In the Movies

  • The Saint (1997) - Val Kilmer plays master of disguise Simon Templar, hired by the Russians to steal a formula for cold fusion from a distractingly beautiful physicist (Elisabeth Shue). (purchase)
  • Spiderman 2 - Has a Farnsworth Fusor-like device in it.


  • The 11th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (Formerly the International Conference on Cold Fusion) - Researchers from around the world will gather on October 31, 2004, in Marseille, France, to present scientific research, exchange ideas, and debate this most controversial and engaging field of research. (eMediaWire)


  • Federal Circuit Rejects Professor's Attempt to Patent Cold Fusion Technique - On appeal, the CAFC relied on the "scientific community's considerable doubt" regarding the utility of "cold fusion" in sustaining a prima facie case for lack of utility and enablement -- even though the articles relied upon by the PTO were anectodal and not peer-reviewed. (Patently Obvious; Chicago, IL, USA; Dec. 10, 2004)

Hal Ade's Cold Fusion Links

  • Scott and Talbot Chubb's Cold Fusion Theory
  • Boscoli Patent for Nuclear Fusion Device - WO09843249A1.tif Page 1
  • Focus Fusion Society - nuclear fusion sans radiation
  • Fusion - Hot & Cold - Koloc, Apr 26
  • Hot and Cold Fusion
  • New Energy: Cold Fusion and more! -
  • New Energy: Cold Fusion and more!
  • The $0.06 Cold Fusion Energy Device
  • The Cold Fusion Project by Jean-Louis Naudin
  • Physics World Magazine - Cold Fusion
  • Cold Fusion Times Home Page
  • EV World:Cold Fusion Lives! - Part 2
  • Cold Fusion Times
  • Cold Fusion Conference #8
  • EV World: Dr. Eugene Mallove on Cold Fusion
  • Portsmouth Herald Business News: Fusion article a crack in the wall
  • Cold Fusion Reactor : Power measurements with a Power-Meter by JL Naudin
  • Cold Fusion Times Home Page - June 2000
  • AltaVista - +"les case" +"excess heat"
  • EarthTech's replication of the experiment by Dr. L. C. Case
  • EV World: Dr. Eugene Mallove on Cold Fusion, Part 2
  • "Cold Fusion" - a review by Dr. John Askill, Millikin University
  • "Review of the 'Cold Fusion' Effect" page 10

More links from Hal Ade

Contrast to High Energy Nuclear Reactions

Three Mile Island


See also

  • Free Energy Technology - directory, news
  • DMOZ > "Cold Fusion" -
  • Google > News > "Cold Fusion" - latest mainstream media coverage
  • Cold Fusion Bibliography - compiled by Institute for New Energy


Index created by Sterling D. Allan, March 23, 2004
Last updated January 31, 2005



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