Cold nickel-based fusion: yet another false breakthrough claim?

By | July 14, 2012
I hear many opinions saying that the rumors are true. But the story is quite fishy, and there are some fishy researchers involved – so until there is published experimental evidence from a 'non-fishy' source, I'd tend to say no fish here.

Reshare in case anyone knows better.

/cc +Jürgen Hubert +fan tai

Reshared post from +Jürgen Hubert

One of my friends pointed this article out to me and wanted my opinion as a physicist.

Unfortunately it has been more than 10 years since I had my last classes on particle physics, so I don't quite feel qualified to comment. It sounds too good to be true, which makes me inclined to be suspicious of it, but I'd like to hear the opinions of others.

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3 thoughts on “Cold nickel-based fusion: yet another false breakthrough claim?

  1. André Fachat

    +1 one fishy. There is a lot of unknown physics out there, but being secretive and not publishing real data doesn't help.

  2. Parker Boyce

    I call BS on this one, and I'm pretty sure cold fusion in general is a joke.

    Then again, at one point in time we knew the world was flat.


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