The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: A Comprehensive Compilation of Evidence and Explanations about Cold Fusion

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 2007 - Science - 312 pages
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One of the most important discoveries of this century -- cold fusion -- was summarily rejected by science and the media before sufficient evidence had been accumulated to make a rational judgment possible. Enough evidence is now available to show that this rejection was wrong and that the discovery of a new source of clean energy may help solve some serious problems currently facing mankind. The book catalogues and evaluates this evidence and shows why the initial reaction was driven more by self-interest than fact. This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the history and science behind the cold fusion controversy. In addition to the technological importance of the effect, the discovery of new ways to initiate nuclear reactions without producing significant radiation reveals an entirely new mechanism operating at the nuclear level in solid material. This new mechanism has important implications for an understanding of many other phenomena.

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Mike McKubre says it best:
It is a well-written, easily readable account of the birth and early childhood of a field whose limits and applications have not yet been revealed.
Dr. Storms was part
of the LENR field from the beginning.
His reports of observations are highly reliable.
His forays into theory less so, but that's what it is like to be on the bleeding edge of new observations. Theory comes later- which theoreticians always deny.
After 24 years it ls clear LENR laboratory observations are reproducible. Dr. Storms tells the story well.


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