Re: Cold Fusion Update

Date: Sun Oct 15 2000 - 07:17:42 MDT

Although I agree that fusion by means of negative muon catalysis is possible,
I suspect that it is not eminently practical. The scientific communinty havs
been wiating on fusion since the 1970's, and really the 1950's; so far its a
non-starter. It appears that we must require a basic understanding of how
fusion might be possible without the need for stellar-level gravity,
combining particles. I am a big fan of fusion, but have become gun-shy of
endorsing it anymore, because it seems like its too long until tomorrow, so
to speak, too achive this. Maybe by the ened of the new century?.

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