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d have ion channels at the nanoscale. Its similar to the way a cell membrane works to control the flow of specific ions into a cell. You can create protective clothing against chemicals that would still allow water vapor through."

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Overview: "Cold fusion" rebirth? Symposium on "low energy nuclear reactions (LENR)"

In 1989, cold fusion was hailed as a scientific breakthrough with the potential to solve the worlds energy problems by providing a virtually unlimited energy source. But subsequent experiments largely failed to replicate the initial findings and the controversial concept was dismissed by most people in the scientific community.

"Although cold fusion is considered controversial, the scientific process demands of us to keep an open mind and examine the new results once every few years," says Gopal Coimbatore, program chair of the American Chemical Societys Division of Environmental Chemistry, which organized this symposium.

Some researchers say they have new evidence that the phenomena now called low energy nuclear reactions has evolved and is supported by rigorous, repeatable experimental data. Nearly a dozen scientists will present their findings during a daylong symposium, "New Energy Technology."

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Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas
Phone: 806-885-0310
Fax: 806-885-4577
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ARTICLE #5 EMBARGOED FOR: Thursday, March 29, at 8:30 a.m. Central Time

Fleischmann, Miles report new evidence of excess heat from cold fusion

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28-Mar-2007


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