Huh. (Owen-ism, yup.)
… if we consider the whole volume of the reactor core and the most
conservative figures on energy production, we still get a value of
(7.93 ± 0.8) 102 MJ/Liter that is one order of magnitude higher than any conventional source.
That from a bunch of heavy-duty science types who examined the "cold fusion" machine which was the hot topic about 15-20 years ago.
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I think you missed your number of years ago by close to an order of magnitude. 1989 is 24 years ago. That notwithstanding, I would look for the extension cord because cold fusion seems to violate certain physical laws.
Time flies when you're having fun.
A pal of mine was a nuker, too, and he thought that CF was a real possibility.
The link (at the HT) goes to the source, and he links to the paper from the PhDs....
You can't trust those science-types, right daddio.
If cold fusion works, science (thermodynamics)is wrong
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