Is “Cold Fusion” Fusion?

Hi There Friend!

I am having lots of interesting discussions about Cold Fusion and most of the time I am making friends.

From time to time however some humans gets irritated and annoyed – most of the time because of misunderstandings about my definition of  “Cold Fusion”.

Cold Fusion might not be the best most accurate name to describe the processes that creates the energy in these devices.

Different laboratories and companies all over the world seem to be doing their best to confuse us with complicated names, descriptions and abbreviations such as LENT, LENR, LANR, CANR, CMF, CECR, AEH, CIHT.

Sometimes Cold Fusion Scientists also speak in codes in order to prevent the wrong people from stealing valuable and sensitive information when we have to communicate over distance.



My definition of “Cold Fusion” is technologies that uses Hydrogen in combination with a Metal Alloy such as Nickel or Palladium to produce clean energy.  

LENR and Cold Fusion are the two most commonly names used.

Cold Fusion was the preferred term that journalists used in 1989-90 when Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons announced their findings of extreme energy production. Martin and Stanley however did not come up with that name – they did not know what process created the energy – something they where perfectly honest about.

I have never stated that an Apple Computer is made out of Apples!
Neither have I stated that Cold Fusion is a Fusion Process!

So what is Cold Fusion?

- It could be a Nuclear Process
- It could be a Fusion Process
- It could be a Unknown Process
- Blacklight Power claims it could be a Chemical Process

The experiments showing that Hydrogen can create energy within a metal have opened up a whole field of science and thus we should be careful to look for only one explanation when there could be several.
Theory is important but lets be honest – most people (99%)does not care about the underlying physics for how their fridge, oven or smartphone is working. If it works – Good!



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Two other questions I often get:

(1) Did I really study at MIT, the best university in the world, and – (2) Am I really on the payroll for Planetary Resources. 

1: Yes I was the first time traveling Shi-Tzu ever to study at MIT
2: No – I personally have not made any money – all my work has been voluntarily and non profit


From time to time humans accuse me of trying to scam people on the Internet.
That is a very serious and hilarious accusation to make.

Feel free to contact the International Police and tell them all about it!



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* Stop assuming the same rules of physics applies within a metal as in the vacuum of space.
Obviously we have to adapt our thinking to the environment we study otherwise nothing makes sense.


3 Responses to “Is “Cold Fusion” Fusion?”

  1. Hi Bob

    How is the Bob Reactor going and why is that dog and cat fighting each other?

  2. You will observe this in star formation.
    Current understandings have magnetic fields playing a greater role in matter to energy conversion. I believe it’s possible that the Deuterium is in an environment where it can “slip” between fields of other matter. (Vague on purpose)
    Inside, the incoming particles can collide at accelerated speeds. They interact through the magnetic fields. (There are multiple interactions and influences) and basically “merge” for a moment. At this point, single points of reference cease and the energy becomes part of the shared processes. (vague again) Interactions demand conversion, which demand losses and gains.
    In energy / matter conversion, lesser structures like Helium can form stable structures, the energy loss is then released. (Picture the jets on a black hole)

    • I suppose that you are aware that devices are being built taking advantages of the processes that you bring forward – how do I explain – create magnetic vortexes – both on a a large scale when designing the device but also in the nickel catalysts on a nano scale.

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