Room temp fusion on the desktop!

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Jon's picture
Joined: Dec 20 2003
Posts: 2804

It's not self-sustaining, but it is fusion at room temperature w/o a huge accellerator. Neat stuff.

Nature magazine article.


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Ex-parrot's picture
Joined: Dec 20 2003
Posts: 6835
Whatever happened to the fuso

Whatever happened to the fusor? Or did that thing not actually achieve fusion? I was always a little dubious of it.



boby_dg's picture
Joined: Jun 8 2004
Posts: 102
Hmm, nothing new. Except the

Hmm, nothing new. Except the way that fusion is being achieved. I made a project about nuclear fusion two months ago, and found pictures of cold fusion reaction on one guy's web site. He did it with heavy water and electricity. There is even a movie of cold fusion reactor powering small stirling engine. You should really check this guy's web site - it has awesome stuff on it : .