Bench Top Sonofusion at Purdue and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
IEEE reports apparatus that produces nuclear fusion inside tiny vapor
bubbles may one day give us cheap, clean, and virtually limitless energy.
Five independent replications.
by John Coviello
for Pure Energy Systems News
Looks like Taleyarkhan and Lahey are coming through with additional peer
reviewed proof that so many seemed sure they would never be able to provide.
In the May 2005 issue of IEEE Spectrum, they discuss their latest experiments in
detail and also explain how they plan to turn their tabletop apparatus into a
full-scale electricity-generating device. "If this proves possible--and
it's still a big 'if'--sonofusion could become a revolutionary new energy
source," they write.
There are five independent replication experiments and variations on their
experiment from other peer review teams going on at the moment.
They also say that other groups may soon have new findings to confirm that
sonofusion works. "Now at least five groups--three in the United States and
two in Europe--are working on reproducing our sonofusion results," they
write. "Some have apparently already succeeded and are now preparing to
publish their findings."
- A tabletop apparatus that produces nuclear fusion inside tiny vapor bubbles
may one day give us cheap, clean, and virtually limitless energy. (IEEE
press release at NewsWise; April 26, 2005)
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