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.Part I: 2005 Cold
Cold Fusion Science and Technology
Experimental Reports of Cold Fusion Systems
with Special Tribute to Dr. Eugene Mallove at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA on May 21, 2005
Saturday, 5/21/05 Kodak Room 6-120, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
David Nagel - Evidence That Cold Fusion Involves Nuclear Reactions
Russ George - Acoustic-induced Cold Fusion Experiments
John Dash - Characterization of Titanium Cathodes after Electrolysis
in Heavy Water
Peter Hagelstein - Interactions of Phonons and Lattice Nuclei in Cold
Fusion Mitchell Swartz - Possible Parameter to Describe
Optimal Operating Point Width
Theoretical Strides in Understanding of Cold Fusion Systems
Yeong Kim - Micro/Nano High-Density Plasmas and Cold Fusion/Acoustic-Induced
Talbot Chubb - Bloch Nuclei and Phonon De-excitation
Scott Chubb - Understanding Cold Fusion using Conventional Condensed
Robert Bass - Do Current Concepts Resolve the Chief Challenge to Cold
Keith Johnson - Anomalous Superconducting Properties of the PdHx/PdDx
Intellectual Property, Patent Office Accountability
Robert Rines - The Patent
Office in Cold Fusion
Experimental Strides in New Alternative Clean Energy Systems
Ken Shoulders - Charge Clusters and the Hutchinson Effect
Peter Graneau - Alternative Energy using Latent Energy of Water
Brian Ahern - Catalyzed Combustion for High Efficiency and Reduced
Dr. John Dash presents a 'Characterization of Titanium Cathodes
after Electrolysis in Heavy Water'
Russ George presents
results of his 'Acoustic-induced Cold Fusion Experiments'.
Dr. Mitchell Swartz shows the improvement of cold fusion
over conventional water heaters
while presenting 'Possible Parameter to Describe Optimal Operating
Drs. Talbot and
Scott Chubb present an 'Understanding Cold Fusion using Conventional Condensed
matter Physics' and 'Bloch Nuclei and Phonon De-excitation'.
Prof. Robert Rines presents the keynote speech on 'The
Patent Office in Cold Fusion'.
MIT's Kodak Room handled the scientific portion of the 2005 Cold Fusion
The Tribute to Dr. Eugene Mallove was in the Killian Room.
The scientific meeting went from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM with more than 15
and was followed by a cold fusion movie by Dr. Keith Johnson, who also
discussed 'Anomalous Superconducting Properties of the PdHx/PdDx System
and their Possible Relationship to Cold Fusion.'
Cold Fusion Science and Technology
with Special Tribute to Dr. Eugene Mallove
Dr. Eugene Mallove - Cold Fusioneer and
MIT Graduate '69.
Gene is smiling after he attained cold fusion excess heat
for the second time on June 14, 2003 using a JET Thermal Product Phusor.
After cutting the cake, Gene prepared to celebrate
the "victory" of his achieving cold fusion. Then, Gene suggested
making the device portable for the ICCF-10
demonstration. As a result of his encouragement and a lot of
work and new design, a lower-power Phusor quasi-portable system was fabricated,
capable of driving both the ohmic control and the cold fusion device, simultaneously.
The demonstration unit was successfully exhibited at MIT for a week during
August 2003 (ICCF-10).
Part I: 2005 Cold Fusion
Science and Engineering of Cold Fusion
Cold Fusion Patents and Intellectual Property
Theoretical Understandings of Cold Fusion
Evidence That Cold Fusion Involves Nuclear Reactions
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