12/10/2005 7:39:53 P.M. Pacific Standard Time

Kent, I did proofreading/editing for Beaudette's book--reference is above. There is a national organization that holds a yearly conference. The Infinite Energy magazine was published out of NH--it's publisher was mysteriously murdered a few years ago when he went to clean out a family beach rental house in CT. He also had a small lab there.


Mallove used to maintain a website called Infinite Energy,--http://www.infinite-energy.com/

http://world.std.com/%7Emica/colloq.html is description of last year's conference--is not a "new" line of research. Are several labs still doing on-going experiments. They are generally ridiculed by other physicists.

Have an enjoyable, safe holiday time.


12/9/2005 10:20:34 A.M. Pacific Standard Time

erudite comments re: germans,etc.

what everyone needs to know is that navy was pursuing cold fusion in 1980 and still is. the only electrodes that ever worked were palladium heavily doped with boron.


12/9/2005 7:36:21 A.M. Pacific Standard Time

Before I retired, I worked for an electric utility. The utility had been approached, or somehow found, a federal grant to use energy weapons technology for instantaneous energy boost to transmission lines in case of a temporary voltage drop on the lines. I believe it generated 30 megaWatt boost instantly. After several months of investigation, the project was halted because of matching funds cost. But, there it was, using war technology for peace time purposes. It was a Clinton Administration effort to transfer technology.


12/9/2005 7:25:08 A.M. Pacific Standard Time


When the cold fusion phenomenon first made the news I ran down to the University of Texas chemical library and got their “hot file” on the subject.

Much to my amazement one document attested to the fact that the Germans had been aware of so-called cold fusion more than a hundred years previous to the writing of the document which itself was already several decades old!

A former WWII B-25 bomber pilot I knew, also an ex-OSS officer, told me a very intriguing story about a German freighter that was captured off of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at the outset of WWII. This ship was unusual in many ways especially as to its form of propulsion. My friend had been a pilot in training at Eglin AFB in Pensacola, FL when a friend of his called him from the Alabama Dry Dock & Ship Building Co. in Mobile.

By the way, newspaper articles describing the capture stated that this rather ordinary looking freighter ran circles around all of our naval ships and only surrendered after shots were fired across her bow!!

The captured German ship had been towed from Ft. Lauderdale to Mobile because all of the best brains from Westinghouse, General Electric and a myriad of other consulting firms could not figure out how the ship’s power plant worked.

My friend went on to tell me that he went up to Mobile at the rather animated request of his ship builder friend to behold this mysterious ship’s engine room and its other peculiarities.

The power plant had no conventional prime mover, i.e., there was no diesel engine, boiler or steam engine. Each of the twin propeller shafts was driven by two apparently conventional electric motors and on the main platform there was a very sophisticated electrical control panel associated therewith.

On the starboard side just forward of the engine room was a very large compartment that housed hundreds of what appeared to be large wet-cell storage batteries all connected together by a heavy cable that penetrated the water tight space that terminated at the control console.

I leave the rest to your own imagination.

Additionally, I made contact with a rather controversial professor at Texas A&M University who was getting some very negative press for converting mercury into gold. It turns out that the reason he was being attacked by the globalist plutocratic elite controlled mainstream media was because the real intention of his research was to take a substance that was abundant here in America, say silver, and convert it into a strategic metal not available here!!! This would be of very great advantage to our national security which, obviously, the globalist elite were wholeheartedly opposed to.

Also, in the hot file previously mentioned it stated that, during the cold fusion experiments by Pons and Fleischmann, when the palladium electrode was increased to certain diameter the reaction “carried away” and burned a hole through the two inch thick lab table top, through the cabinet below and 16 inches into the steel reinforced concrete slab before it petered out!!!

Is cold fusion a viable technology?!? Don’t ask the petrol-plutocrats!!



12/9/2005 7:24:23 A.M. Pacific Standard Time

Thanks for the link to cold fusion. I have been following that subject  since the early 90's. Corresponded with Gene Mallove about it early on. He printed some of my letters in "Infinite Energy." I am really sorry that he was murdered and I have not heard any developments on his murder case. Perhaps you can sleuth up something on the investigation.

Thanks again


Internet message 12/08/05:

What it's about: ultra high voltage water splitting results in excess heat and depositation of new elements on electrodes. I've tried this and it seemed to work but only with potassium electrolyte. You can only go so far with this at home due to explosion hazards so I cant do anything more on my own. The key thing is high voltage. New elements form on the electrodes. I used iron and got copper and carbon. Potassium contributes some unknown way. The KTiO3 is from a different type of cold fusion which Japanese are also avidly pursuing.The set up is similar to the high voltage automobile. Watergas generators. higher voltage=more nuclear events per second