LOS ANGELES -- The Rebirth of Cold Fusion, by Steven B. Krivit and Nadine Winocur Psy.D., explains the science and significance of this new field of energy research.
Written for the general public, the book provides an excellent foundation for anyone wishing to learn more about this complex science story and controversy.
Reputable scientists from around the world consider cold fusion a fascinating new field of scientific study.
A recent Energy Department review indicates that cold fusion continues to show promise as a potential new energy source. Research indicates that cold fusion is free of nuclear waste and harmful emissions.
"The Rebirth of Cold Fusion fills an evident and urgent need to inform the scientific and lay public about this topic, which has been so massively misunderstood," Dr. Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer of cold fusion, said. "Krivit and Winocur have done sterling work on this."
The book explains the past, present, and possible future ramifications of cold fusion research and technology.
"The Rebirth of Cold Fusion gives much insight into how the 'due processes of science' came up with a decision that now appears to have been precisely the wrong one," commented Dr. Brian Josephson, a Nobel prize winner in physics who has analyzed cold fusion research.
The book contrasts the 50-year hot fusion research program, paid for with tens of billions of taxpayer dollars, to other competitive, promising and much less-expensive alternatives, which have been put aside as unworthy of investigation.
"The future is almost unlimited," world-renowned futurist Sir Arthur C. Clarke wrote in the book's foreword. "It can be the end of the fossil fuel age and the end, incidentally, of many of our worries about global pollution and global warming. This book strengthens my hope."
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