"And the stars are projectors, yeah, projecting our lives down to this planet Earth." - Modest Mouse
Researchers at Purdue University have presented evidence supporting desktop cold fusion using sonofusion and deuterated acetone to produce tritium and gamma rays. The discovery brings the scientific world closer to realizing the elusive goal of true cold fusion.
"What we are doing, in effect, is producing nuclear emissions in a simple desktop apparatus," said Rusi Taleyarkhan, the principal investigator and a professor of nuclear engineer at Purdue University. "That really is the magnitude of the discovery - the ability to use simple mechanical force for the first time in history to initiate conditions comparable to the interior of stars."The next step is to scale the syetem up and see if they can cross the break-even point where the energy produced by the system is greater than the energy used.
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