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Although the GOP presidential primary race remains fluid, the front-runners are now Newt Gingrich, fresh from a victory in South Carolina, and Mitt Romney, the second-place finisher in Iowa and South Carolina and first-place finisher in New Hampshire. Barring a brokered convention, one of these gentlemen will likely be the GOP candidate with a chance of becoming the next U.S. president.
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LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) technology, which is incorrectly referred to as “Cold Fusion;” appears to have reached the threshold where the scale and stability of the observed reaction is at a commercially applicable level.
A Chief NASA scientist, Dennis Bushnell has came out in support of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat technology, but denies any type of nuclear fusion is taking place, saying it is probably beta decay per the Widom Larson Theory. Repackaging the terminology to avoid embarrassment will not erase over twenty years of suppression and the reality of cold fusion! by Hank Mills
23 June 2010 Last updated at 04:01 ET By Matthew Danzico BBC News, Brooklyn, New York Mark Suppes is part of a growing community of amateur "fusioneers" Many might be alarmed to learn of a homemade nuclear reactor being built next door.
Here it is: the plant that according to inventor Andrea Rossi will produce one megawatt of thermal energy via an unknown reaction in his ‘energy catalyzer’.
Could cold fusion technology revolutionize energy generation? Editor’s Note: I wouldn’t bet on it… Cold fusion is considered by many to be the Holy Grail of energy production: a contained, low-energy nuclear reaction that could theoretically produce endless, self-sustaining, and incredibly cheap energy.
Rossi in front of a prototype E-Cat CREDIT Maurizio Melis
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