Excess Heat is not only a superb record of an extraordinary episode, but is also highly entertaining.
Sir Arthur Clarke, CBE. Author of 2001: A Space Odyssey
Excess Heat is a masterful presentation; clearly reasoned and argued.
Michael C. H. McKubre. Director, Energy Research Center, SRI International
Excess Heat a monumental work of scholarship and a great step to bring this very important new phenomenon into the mainstream of science.
- John O’M. Bockris, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Texas A&M University (Retired 1998)
Beaudette examines the controversy, and in doing so illuminates both the arguments and methodology. This is a book that has been sorely needed for many years.
- Peter L. Hagelstein, Professor of Electrical Engineering, MIT
Krivit, S. and N. Winocur, The Rebirth of Cold Fusion: Real Science, Real Hope, Real Energy. 2004: Pacific Oaks Press.
From Amazon.com: The Rebirth of Cold Fusion
From Amazon.com: Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor
Direct from Infinite Energy magazine: here.
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Marwan, J. and S. Krivit, eds. Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook. 2008, American Chemical Society.
Published by the American Chemical Society: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook.
This book is a summary of selected experimental and theoretical research performed over the last 19 years that gives profound and unambiguous evidence for low energy nuclear reaction (LENR), historically known as cold fusion.
In 1989, the subject was announced with great fanfare, to the chagrin of many people in the science community. However, the significant claim of its discoverers, Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, excess heat without harmful neutron emissions or strong gamma radiation, involving electrochemical cells using heavy water and palladium, has held strong. . . .
420 pages; ISBN13: 978-0-8412-6966-8 ISBN10: 0-8412-6966-1
Marwan, J. and S. Krivit, eds. Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and New Energy Technologies Sourcebook Volume 2, American Chemical Society
Published by the American Chemical Society: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and New Energy Technologies Sourcebook Volume 2
Low-energy nuclear reaction research is unlike thermonuclear fusion research. Many publications report on various LENR methods by which nuclear reactions are produced and demonstrated at room temperature. The experimental methods to demonstrate these phenomena range from the use of gunpowder and laser techniques to the attempt to electrochemically induce nuclear fusion and fission and create significant excess heat within the palladium or nickel metal lattice exposed to a deuterium- or hydrogen-containing solution. . . .
288 pages; ISBN13: 9780841224544
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The reality of cold fusion is growing and has spawned a series of books that describe the phenomena in ways a general reader can appreciate. This is the latest entry. It shows how this controversial energy source might change our future. The book describes how many nightmare problems that seem beyond any present solution, such as global warming, invasive species, and providing clean drinking water and sanitation to billions of poor people, may be remedied with cold fusion combined with other technologies. The future might be better than you think.
This book includes a layman’s introduction to the field, and a glossary of technical terms that often appear in cold fusion papers.
“. . . [A] really marvelous job. The breadth is wonderful. Setting cold fusion in the broader context is very important.” – David J. Nagle, Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University
“I thought your book on cold fusion and the future to be a remarkable document. I read it straight through on receipt.” – John O’M. Bockris, Professor of Chemistry, Texas A&M University (1978-1997), Distinguished Professor (1980-1997)
“Thanks! Can you recommend a reliable Mind De-boggler?” – Arthur C. Clarke
Here is the Japanese edition.
Brazilian Portuguese edition
Here is the edition in Brazilian Portuguese. O livro “A Fusão a o Frio e o Futuro” traduzido ao português brasileiro por Sergio Bacchi. Uma visão das aplicações possíveis da fusão a frio do hidrogênio pesado. Um livro com muita imaginação e humanidade.
From Amazon.com: The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
The book description and order form are here: http://www.worldscibooks.com/physics/6425.html
From the back cover: “One of the most important discoveries of this century — cold fusion — was summarily rejected by science and the media before sufficient evidence had been accumulated to make a rational judgment possible. Enough evidence is now available to show that this rejection was wrong and that the discovery of a new source of clean energy may help solve some serious problems currently facing mankind. The book catalogues and evaluates this evidence and shows why the initial reaction was driven more by self-interest than fact. This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the history and science behind the cold fusion controversy. In addition to the technological importance of the effect, the discovery of new ways to initiate nuclear reactions without producing significant radiation reveals an entirely new mechanism operating at the nuclear level in solid material. This new mechanism has important implications for an understanding of many other phenomena.”
The author also presented a video lecture, “How to Cause Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR),” recorded December 2008. See:
The PowerPoint slides for the lecture are here. It is easier to read these full-sized slides than it is to read the ones in the video.
Cold Fusion: Fire from Water (video documentary)
This fascinating documentary, narrated by James “Scotty” Doohan of “Star Trek” fame, details the events following the 1989 cold fusion announcement made by Pons and Fleischmann. Learn about the backlash which followed, but discover that hundreds of scientists are diligently working in the field to bring forth the water fuel age.
In DVD format from Amazon.com here.
A 30-minute edited version of this video is available for free at Google Video, from: