A.C.C. on `cold fusion' (Re: Creativity Machine Patented)

Damien Broderick (damien@ariel.ucs.unimelb.edu.au)
Mon, 01 Sep 1997 14:26:20 +0000

At 12:19 PM 8/31/97 -0700, Kennita wrote:
>(go to "SciTech",

There's also an interview under `SciTech' with Arthur C. Clarke, who once
again touts for cold fusion. He's not a dill, and he does great network,
so what the hell does he know that we don't? (Not a word, danny.)

“If quantum sources are available, all others will be wiped
out. Commercial cold fusion units are going on the market
soon. The first company has been launched and they’ve got
plenty of money behind them.” Then, with one final
flourish, he
quips, “want to buy a cold fusion powered shaver?”

He is, of course, a terrible and inveterate punster and practical joker,
but I don't think he'd be joshing about something this consequential.

Damien Broderick