Monday, January 17, 2011

Cold Fusion Getting Hot With
10kw Heater Prepping For Market

by Sterling D. Allan - January 14th, 2011 - Pure Energy Systems

Last Friday, January 14, we reported about a press conference held in Bologna, Italy in which Professor Sergio Focardi and Eng. Andrea A. Rossi, both of the University of Bologna, announced to the world that they have a cold fusion device capable of producing more than 10 kilowatts of heat power, while only consuming a fraction of that. This is the first public demonstration of a nickel-hydrogen fusion reactor capable of producing a few kilowatts of thermal energy. At its peak, it is capable of generating 15,000 watts with just 400 watts input required. On Saturday, a forum was opened allowing for questions online from around the world.

This recent public demonstration alone is is a huge development, but what's more, they also claim to be going into production, expecting to have units available for purchase commercially within a year.

Though a number of scientists are still sceptical, it must be assumed that these Italian scientists would not be making a claim of ability to produce production units within a year unless there is something to their claims. Either that or this is one of the most amazing scams to have come along since Madoff. The article states that there is a prototype unit that has been heating a factory for two years using the technology Focardi and Rossi plan to put into production. What is surprising is that there was not more interest from traditional media. Unless the costs of the units are really astronomical, or the costs of the materials to power the units are more expensive than is expected, this will revolutionize electrical power generation in our world.

It is true that no one else has had the kind of success with Cold Fusion that this group claims, yet that does not mean they have not stumbled across something that works. The theory is certainly sound. Whether the theory can be made practical is something that many are praying comes to pass. It will not just effect the world of electrical energy production by coal. If it works and is less expensive than coal energy generation, it will also kill all the stupid green energy projects that are MORE expensive than coal.


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