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Cold Fusion burst on the scene in 1989 with the announcement that researchers Fleischmann and Pons had created energy through a chemical process that induces fusion at room temperature.

When nobody else was able to replicate their findings, cold fusion went down as one of the biggest science fiascoes in decades. But some believe they were on the right track, and that their method could be the key to change the world.

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MinutePhysics – excellent breakdown of Muon-Catalyzed Fusion

Animation showing the lattice-enabled cold fusion method:

A Pro-LENR video:

An archive of LENR research studies:
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37 comments

King Nekogon 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

"Junk science or worth exploring?"
Focus on making Muons easier (cheaper) to make, or prevent them from sticking. Yeet the lattice bs out the window.

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Christopher Caldwell 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Imagine trying to explain something like GPS (which depends on the speed of light) to someone who thought Newton's Laws were "the final answer".

What it comes down to is "have you done the work?" If somebody comes to you with this really cool theory/idea AND can show you how they got there, all power to them.

It's really hard for me to declare that cold fusion is impossible with particles apparently going back and forth in time… but I'd want to see the chain of events leading up such an extraordinary claim.

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Robert Deskins 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Just remember archeology is NOT science the same way chemistry & physics is

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LordPadriac 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

NASA won't touch emdrive no matter how promising it could be they're too regimented to take actual scientific risks anymore. Maybe it's a pipe dream but it's something that can only be tested in space. I think if someone with their very own private space fleet were to launch a study into and it played out…forget about going to see little green men or settling colonies – there's still too much other work that needs to be done like some way to mimic gravity. If the emdrive was tested and it worked and was perfected; whatever company did that would own energy and be the ONLY name in clean energy from that point on. If you have an engine that takes no power but generates movement then you have a way to spin a dynamo and beam that energy via laser or microwave back to Earth for use.

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0x777 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Cold fusion is about 20 years out.

Granted, it has been 20 years out for about half a century…

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John Guerra 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
― Socrates

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Arash Arfaee 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

I can see one exception to your thinking ways. There are people that although they might not realize it, it is their jobs to force themselves to think differently. Scientists themselves or at leat those who do something big, usually start from not accepting things as is.
But in general, I agree with you. I can have the luxury of doubting everything around my own speciality, but I trust the rest to what majority of scientists can agree on them. Which Btw, at best 30% somewhat accurate and in time most of them will be discredited or replaced with a new version that many time is an improved version of the old views. I don't see a way to do better than this while one keeps studying and thinking and growing that might lead to some wisdom seeing things a bit better starting seeing things. And get back to the right side of the DK graph in a different level! 🤔

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Whine 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

What most people don't know is that a Cold Fusion machine was invented, but it was stolen by the infamous PAYDAY gang for a certain right-leaning senator backed by a large oil conglomerate.

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Vinny Lamoureux 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

It's worth the risk cuz the people who do it are so wedded to whatever it is that they might go ok nuts otherwise.

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Stoney's Dead 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

I think skepticism can lead to cynicism and that's what we need to avoid. But as long as your skepticism is applied appropriately so that it doesn't squash creativity and thinking out of the box- it's a good thing I think. The w ay I look at it there's no way you can study it all- at some point if you're going to be educated and informed you have to take someone's word for it. At least when it comes to science I know and understand the means by which they arrived at their opinions- the scientific method. In reality I'm trusting that method- not them or their authority. This is why I feel it's super important that we hold these ppl accountable to following that method always- never deviating or letting bias skew the outcome any more than what's absolutely unavoidable. This means policing the way papers are published, the way labs operate, how experiments are carried out, etc. Because like any other institution science is not immune to the almighty influence of the dollar.

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Ed Reusser 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

I wish you would have talked more about the lack of neutrons and the lack of other evidence that fusion took place. And yes I believe that this should be pursued. The fact that it works so well with muons means that the amount of energy required is in the same magnitude as that required. It may be possible to modify the substrate to get better results.

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pedro pedrohan 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

8:22 i thought it was the other 1989

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MoneyMakerUDV 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

And now, 2 years later, we are pretty close to implement this, at least progress is huge

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Masternuckable 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Fusion is at 97-98% efficiency at this point. Uber exciting!

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Martin Samuelian 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Joe, what about Max Planck's believes on consciousness? ps: you are very good at what you do. Well done

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Joseph Stokes 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

GRAMMAR! _ Joe, I'm back! One cannot have something "between" three people! It is "among" when there are more than two!! Come on, this is sixth grade grammar!!

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Christopher Zenga 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Can you cut the opening to this and reupload for today’s world?

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Jiminy Cricket 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

@2:14 – Had to see if this was a 2021 statement lol.

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Rigo Torres 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

is Joe Scott a Scientist?

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SELECTED SCIENCE SCIEZARD 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

but what if . . .

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Neil Lizotte 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

I love your videos, but not this one, needs much more research

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Eric Velasquez 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

I though Elisabeth Shue and Val Kilmer already discovered cold fusion

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Saboteur 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

"A Technology That Would Change The World (If It Exists)"

I'm pretty certain the world exists.

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Swegfesh 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

They should have called it "CON Fusion"

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John 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Even more true now with the pandemic

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John Anthony DiMeglio 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Well, it was brilliant – the original concept. It was revolutionary for sure. And maybe, just maybe, there's an international conspiracy to keep the lid on it. I mean would you accept from me right now $75,000 to take this video down and replace it with a lizard aliens video? Oh – you already did that? Well – okay, then!

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Balin_James_Music 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

That intro perfectly reflects what’s happening today

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natureboy tom 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Say whattt?

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Mr Kokolore 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Fusion cores.

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C PL 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

So, why the fuck haven't you done that yet, instead of doubling down on the tar sands and pipelines?!?

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Michael Cox 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Muon-catalyzed fusion was predicted by Andrei Sakharov in the USSR, and verified by Luis Alvarez (the elder dinosaur meteor guy) in '56.

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Ali Reza Rahmani 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

well, another great work by Joe! thanks very much!
I'm not a physicist of any kind, but from what I can remember from my physical metallurgy course years back, diffusing so many deuterium atoms into the Pd crystal would be next to impossible. You can think about it as a dissolution problem, it's fairly easy to dissolve the first spoon of sugar into your coffee but can you dissolve 10000 spoons in the same cup? maybe extreme conditions like RF currents would work, but the energy put into making it happen would exceed the output as with other methods as Joe mentioned. Now, I'm not a physicist as mentioned earlier, but as a researcher of nanomaterials, I wonder if they have been looking into the possibility of utilizing the more open surface lattice structure of nanostructured Pd… although I kind of feel like it would increase the chances of getting the spikes, but the repeatability and energy economy would indeed remain problematic.
Let's use SOLAR folks! artificial photosynthesis is a thing! we just have to make it feasible…

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Jeffrey Droog 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

3:30 video finally begins…

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The987654321andy 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

it is good that you paint the environment of what made this such a huge announcement.

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Saltymfer 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

So “cold fusion” was basically 1989’s version of Cyberpunk 2077

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Bryan Mcdonald 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Spray some WD-40 on those muons. That stuff solves everything

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Christopher Pitts 20/11/2021 - 4:21 Sáng

Dude, you look and sound like the stupid guy from Always Sunny in Philadelphia! What's his characters name, I think it's Charlie!! Yeah, are you Charlie?

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