[ExI] the next big thing

Damien Broderick thespike at satx.rr.com
Wed Apr 22 19:05:57 UTC 2009

Just to enrage John Clark, I'll mention the possibility that low 
energy nuclear reactions aka "cold fusion" might finally pay off and 
prove capable of being scaled up. Cf.:


CBS TV's "60 Minutes" Turns Up the Heat
by Steven B. Krivit
Editor, New Energy Times
April 16, 2009

Low-energy nuclear reactions, historically known as "cold fusion," 
will get their 12 minutes of fame on CBS TV's 
Minutes" Sunday at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time in a program titled 
"Cold Fusion Is Hot Again." [etc]

[I didn't see it; I expect it was science-very-very-lite. Anyone here 
watch it?]

Alternatively, Bussard's Polywell fusion methods might work:


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