• Terrence Aym
Two Italian scientists—Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi of the University of Bologna—announced to skeptical colleagues a week ago that they successfully developed a new cold fusion process. They claimed the ability to create 12,400 watts of thermal power with just 400 watts input. At a small press conference held in Bologna, Italy the two shared a demonstration with about 50 attendees designed to prove they have a working nickel-hydrogen fusion reactor. They claim their discovery is so viable it's ready to be commercially marketed...
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