Cold fusion: the making of a scientific controversy

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McGraw-Hill/Contemporary, 1989 - Science - 188 pages
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Explains the nuclear fusion process, examines the claims of room temperature controlled fusion in the laboratory, and discusses the impact of the discovery

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Interesting to read a book published in the midst of the Cold Fusion frenzy (1989). The authors predictions on what the future could hold are introduced with due scientific caution but go on to become extravagant (communities on the moon). Read full review

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