Nasa on Cold Fusion
Today Im having a fever, and that really sucks!
The only good thing about having a fever is that people dont expect you to wear pants all the time. (Im currently not wearing pants) Another good thing about being sick was meeting this really hot nurse student from Uruguay… also I have all the time in the world now since I dont need to be working so I can spend 10 minutes on making this Highly Professional blog article about Nasa and their comments / involvements in Cold fusion.
If you never heard of NASA, then let me get you up to date.
They where the first organisation in the world to land a space ship on our Moon.
Also NASA is famous for spending billions and billions of our tax money on crap
As of now, NASA have several “Rovers” exploring the Planet Mars.
A rover is a Space Robot that explores the surface of the planet … Im not really sure why
These rovers are remotely controlled from earth and their batteries lasts 14 years.
Maybe NASA should be making Smart Phones instead because the battery of my Samsung only lasts 2 hours!
Just kidding, these people are all right, especially when you drink them under the table…
Which reminds me… ###### , you still owe me money!
Anyway, NASA is doing their own investigations of Cold Fusion, or as they call it, Low Energy Nuclear Reactions.
I wanted to collect all the best NASA resources on the subject in one place… so I did!!!
NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell on Cold Fusion:
Method for enhancement of surface plasmon polarions to initiate & sustain LENR:
Abundant Green/Clean Energy:
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, Is there a better way to do Nuclear Power?
Overview of LENR as implemented by Andrea Rossi and Francesca Piantelli:
LENR at NASA:s Glenn Research Center:
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