• Terrence Aym
Two Italian scientists—Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi of the University of Bologna announced to skeptical colleagues that they successfully tested a new cold fusion process in January 2011. They claimed they created 12,400 watts of thermal power with just 400 watts input. The world press and most orthodox physicists paid them little or no attention. Perhaps they should have, for during the January demonstration two observers were present among a cadre of distinguished guests: Professor Sven Kullander of Uppsala University, chairman of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Energy Committee Hanno Essen, an associate professor of theoretical physics at the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology and current chairman of the Swedish Skeptics Society. Kullander stated for the record that "Any chemical process for producing 25 kWh from any fuel in a 50 cm3 container can be ruled out. The only alternative explanation is that there is some kind of a nuclear process..."
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