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John Dash - Cold Fusion Experiments - MIT

The video, filmed at MIT, shows a group of students with John Dash, a cold fusion / LENR pioneer, discussing their experiments in cold fusion. Dash started working with students in cold fusion beginning in 1989, mostly at Portland State University.

John Dash passed away on April 13, 2016 at the age of 82.



Added: Apr-26-2016 Occurred On: Aug-26-2003
By: softlad
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Tags: cold fusion, lenr,
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States (load item map)
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  • Not possible - "Because nuclei are all positively charged, they strongly repel one another. Normally, in the absence of a catalyst such as a muon, very high kinetic energies are required to overcome this charged repulsion."

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    • @Bridget S Fission is the way to go.

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    • @Bridget S  Cold Fusion reminds me of when a little kid in the middle of the summer says 'wouldn't it be cool if it snowed right now?'

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    • @Bridget S  Don't get me wrong... I know our texbooks say this is impossible, that's why I find this topic so interesting.

      The coulomb barrier you refer to is the main argument against this sort of thing, which begs the question: Do the equations of plasma physics apply to solid state metals?   There's the safe answer "of course they do", but that leaves lots of unexplained experimental results, and we all know that observations trump theory, right?

      If you are interested you mi More..

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    • @softlad, "Pathological science is an area of research where "people are tricked into false results ... by subjective effects, wishful thinking or threshold interactions."[1][2] The term was first[3] used by Irving Langmuir, Nobel Prize-winning chemist, during a 1953 colloquium at the Knolls Research Laboratory. Langmuir said a pathological science is an area of research that simply will not "go away"—long after it was given up on as "false" by the majority o More..

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    • @Bridget S

      For sure, all that stuff could well apply... But have you also heard of Pathological Skepticism?

      The main issue/red flag is that the supposed reactions aren't reproducible every time, some argue that this is because all the variables are not being controlled.

      I think it's too easy to write it off as pathological science, if so, it's fooling a lot of people...  The Japanese government has just funded a huge ongoing research project, Mitsubishi and Toyota are involved, and t More..

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