Cold Fusion: How it works

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  • Cold Fusion. Explain this, if you can.

    This was gathered April 20th 2009, roughly 20 years after the initial 1989 press conference where their findings were shot to shreds, instead of the scientific community pulling together and trying experiments to make it work.
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Comments: 730

  • Erich Kaltenbrunner
    Erich Kaltenbrunner 15 days ago

    Stupid impotent bastard

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    Cold Fusion: How it works: It doesn't.

  • Toffy
    Toffy 23 days ago

    It takes about 4 eV to break molecular bonds. 24 MeV of energy release would break 6 million bonds per occurrence, if just 0.5 nanograms of deuterium fused, that would release enough energy to break 2 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 bonds... That is enough energy to destroy the "fusion" cell, kill everyone in the room and get international attention.
    That did not happen, therefore fusion did not occur.

    This is why the findings were shot to shreds and why the scientific community DID pull together and pursue more feasible routes of fusion energy production with research facilities such as ITER.

  • try justice
    try justice 3 months ago

    this is very psychedelic , at the same time.

  • CONTRA
    CONTRA 3 months ago

    In the future, the world will be powered by us taking shits.

  • twistedyogert
    twistedyogert 4 months ago

    I'm personally more interested in Fuel Cells, but this is pretty cool I have to admit.

  • OverhandFrog
    OverhandFrog 5 months ago

    I remember reading at least 3 scientific papers (I am traumatized with nuclear fusion) before which clearly stated this precise experiment and how dozens of different people and institutions tried to replicate the experiment and...didn't work, lol
    Just came here to see if anyone had learnt something new, good luck everyone!

  • Ale Al
    Ale Al 5 months ago

    What will work then nick canning?

  • The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester

    Yep... That's exactly how it doesn't work!

    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 3 months ago

      I never edited a single comment, fucker. Don't know what you see on your screen. On my screen I see incorrect spelling and use of improper words. You did it again by the way. If I keep pointing it out will you fix your mistakes?


    • The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester
      The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester 3 months ago

      +Bone Drone
      Stop editing you previous reply, so as to intentionally remove all context to my statements.
      To be clear cold fusion is not even bullshit, it is horse shit.


    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 3 months ago

      See? You did it again. Maybe I should regard what's improper as foreign.

      *It's trying to communicate. What do I do?*


    • The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester
      The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester 3 months ago

      +Bone Drone
      Then enjoy you're beef steak pie's, I doubt you could tell the difference.


    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 3 months ago

      About as clear as mud.


  • nick canning
    nick canning 6 months ago

    There is a source of systematic error in the calculation of excess heat generation in
    electrochemical cold fusion experiments which seems to have been overlooked.
    Both platinum and palladium are excellent catalysts of the highly exothermic
    reaction O2 + 2H2 > 2H2O . If any oxygen
    produced at the anode, reaches the cathode it will react with hydrogen there
    and produce heat. The rate of the reaction will depend on the surface area of
    the cathode and the concentration of oxygen there. This accords with the
    observation that excess heat generation only occurs for cathodes with colloidal
    Pd black surface morphology but not for flat crystalline surfaces. It also
    explains why the excess heat generation is so difficult to reliably observe
    since any variation in anode-cathode distance and shape will affect the oxygen
    concentration at the cathode due to diffusion and bubble transfer through the
    liquid.

    • I Take Chances
      I Take Chances 4 months ago

      Lemme me guess. Community college looking to fill the void of how empty his life is?


    • Ale Al
      Ale Al 4 months ago

      forgive me. I wasn't clear on my question. if the materials where free of charge. are there enough necessary materials in the world to create this fusion process. set aside price just focusing on material availability are there enough necessary materials in our planet to make this fusion process work?


    • Ale Al
      Ale Al 4 months ago

      thanks.


    • nick canning
      nick canning 5 months ago

      no, not unless a new process is discovered which has a higher reaction probability than those currently found.


    • Ale Al
      Ale Al 5 months ago

      Thanks you very much. Final question: Could different items that are sufficient be used in a cold fusion apparatus to power the world's energy demand?


  • H3H3productions 1
    H3H3productions 1 6 months ago

    I came here from impractical jokers

  • David Mayhew
    David Mayhew 7 months ago

    It is funny because I need this to work for me to power the power armor that I made without it no matter what I try to power it with it's never enough to last more than 30 minutes

  • Stefano DrSAM
    Stefano DrSAM 7 months ago

    Spoiler: it doesn't

    • Stefan Reich
      Stefan Reich 2 months ago

      Capitalism doesn't work


    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 4 months ago

      Holy shit, that was the (not) smartest thing I have heard, I mean read, all damn day. Remember folks, it only works if it's capitalism.


  • Loek Lodewijck
    Loek Lodewijck 8 months ago

    If this is an explanation, of how it works why don't we as humans use it? Or doesn't it work

    • Теодор К.
      Теодор К. 4 months ago

      Actually, neither Palladium, nor Platinum are more expensive than gold!


    • twistedyogert
      twistedyogert 4 months ago

      Yup Palladium and Platinum are apparently more expensive then gold. :-(


    • Mike D
      Mike D 6 months ago

      It currently costs more to create this energy then it is worth.


    • Теодор К.
      Теодор К. 8 months ago

      It works alright. This is an Italian invention from 1989. It was mocked back then, because of fusion which has cost 1 trillion with no results so far.


  • Musmus
    Musmus 8 months ago

    someone wanna explain why it doesnt work(Question mark~AX
    because keyboard is broken

    • lambda.complex
      lambda.complex 8 months ago

      The reaction rate of the hydrogen inside a metal lattice (if it even occurs) is still not nearly enough to create enough energy to keep itself running.


  • johnny llooddte
    johnny llooddte 9 months ago

    hahaha ok show me the money..
    show me a working system hahaha

    • Beam Rifle
      Beam Rifle 5 months ago

      johnny llooddte ignorance is bliss


    • johnny llooddte
      johnny llooddte 9 months ago

      hahaha forcing atoms to fuse and losing energy isnt fusion its called glue and fairly worthless in this discussion


    • Io
      Io 9 months ago

      That cannot happen. I do know of another, older method of cold fusion, but the particles it uses (called muons) to fuse the hydrogen nuclei take more energy to produce than the machine outputs. Also, the Hydrogen needs to be solid or a very cold liquid for it to work. I wod say our best bet for useful fusion power is the torus machine the French are building.


  • johnny llooddte
    johnny llooddte 9 months ago

    hahahahhaahhahahaah

  • jose miguel henriquez
    jose miguel henriquez 9 months ago

    seems the u.s government got this to work

    • Call me Smith
      Call me Smith 7 months ago

      HERPY DERPEDY I think BIG L was specifying to the moral sciences. Not the controversial ones.


    • HERPY DERPEDY
      HERPY DERPEDY 7 months ago

      +Call me Smith I was commenting to BIG L comment how Usa is enemy to humanity so is Religion but like everything it is only an onion


    • Call me Smith
      Call me Smith 7 months ago

      HERPY DERPEDY What does religion have to do with energy production or the economy in general?


    • HERPY DERPEDY
      HERPY DERPEDY 7 months ago

      BIG L religion as well


    • Теодор К.
      Теодор К. 8 months ago

      Yeah. right...


  • thewaytruthandlife
    thewaytruthandlife 10 months ago

    it sounds great but has this been true or is it still science fictional. have they tried T2O since tritium is an even higher isotope of Hydrogen, yes it is radioactive (t1/2 = 12.32 yrs) I know but it may enhance these principles. which make it more likely to be used as fuel instead of D2O

    • grumpystiltskin
      grumpystiltskin 9 months ago

      Now a days people use normal H and nickel, and can produce D and Tritium. So you don't buy them. THey are expensive.


  • Nasser Alhameli
    Nasser Alhameli 11 months ago

    Would you please tell me why the Palladium is chosen to be the cathode? Thank you for the great graphic and simple info!

    • Erik Cothron
      Erik Cothron 5 months ago

      grumpystiltskin It sounds like you are saying 2 atoms of hydrogen can occupy one interstitial site. This should not be possible, unless there is and extra force to cause a cascade of displacements which increases the energy of the hydrogen. In this cold fusion assumption, nothing would cause this. Furthermore, interstitial atoms don't move in an organized method described in the video so I am consisted about that concept. Lastly, there is no explanation to how they actually fuse, atomic movement in a saturated lattis will never be sufficient enough to cause a high energy process like fusion. I'm am just trying to understand the thought process behind this explanation, and investigate it's gaps. Please help if you can!


    • grumpystiltskin
      grumpystiltskin 9 months ago

      Pd uniquely can be loaded with more than one atom of H per atom of Pd. So you have a crystal that has a H submatrix. That means for H to move a whole lot of other stuff has to get out of the way. Like Checkers... can't have two in the same "square". (You have to be a very good electrochemist to get that much H in though.) That makes an odd material and when under stress from cracking as it changes size etc, high energy levels are produced. But a lot of researchers use Nickel which doens't load as high but still supports the reaction.


  • starview1
    starview1 1 year ago

    Russia's oil industry will be kaput.Places like Ireland will have their own energy source. In short no reason to fight over energy, because energy will be almost free to create.

  • Corey Soze
    Corey Soze 1 year ago

    Good explanation.

  • Matt Torres
    Matt Torres 1 year ago

    Smh.. This cold fusion crap has been going on for DECADES. If it was really a viable way to produce energy then why hasn't anyone made a working generator out of it? Lets just say that the science wasn't there to support it, who cares? If it was actually possible this should have no problems gaining private funding and we would have seen something by now. Just give it up guys

    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 4 months ago

      Capitalism, which leads to propaganda, which leads to terrorism.


    • maximosh
      maximosh 7 months ago

      Hot fusion has been attempted for over half a century and where is the generator from that?   It's just a cake that most scientists can't make, that doesn't mean cakes aren't possible.   Gun powder was once difficult to recreate and get right as well.


    • grumpystiltskin
      grumpystiltskin 9 months ago

      Right. Look closer.


  • Andrew Lambright
    Andrew Lambright 1 year ago

    All you nay sayers remind me of all the other things science said we couldnt do.

    • Andrew Lambright
      Andrew Lambright 5 months ago

      derps


    • The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester
      The Real 2nd Earl of Rochester 5 months ago

      Science isn't saying you can't do anything. It's saying I'll believe you when you show you're not full of shit.


    • lambda.complex
      lambda.complex 8 months ago

      The supporters here fail to remember many "scientific" proposals that didn't work and are now lost, or should be lost, to history (perpetual motion machines, snake oil, etc.).


  • Peter reteP
    Peter reteP 1 year ago

    cold fusion form past ....https://plus.google.com/u/0/117022021881372455757/posts/Xg7W5qyH4tT?pid=6280095300720435090&oid=117022021881372455757

  • YaBoiScarce
    YaBoiScarce 1 year ago

    Oh my god, this just makes physics way more intresting XD

  • Rattanarerg Onyaem
    Rattanarerg Onyaem 1 year ago

    Just build it then hope its really work not just a theory

    • Nate B
      Nate B 6 months ago

      Supposedly  ran a plant in N.C. for one whole year (fall 2015-2016), had a third party report on it, and presented it's findings to the senate in a close door session (was on the senates agenda). Not sure if it works, but friends who have been following it for over 20 years swear it does.


  • alan r
    alan r 1 year ago

    They said the telephone would never work too.

    • twistedyogert
      twistedyogert 4 months ago

      Or going into space was impossible without killing an the pilot, that the internal combustion engine could never replace steam power or horses,  or that it's impossible for a human to fly.


    • Motripoid aaudiolan
      Motripoid aaudiolan 5 months ago

      2017 and still no cold fusion here.... dudes.. lets get this shit going somehow


    • XBnPC
      XBnPC 5 months ago

      That's a good point


    • Mark M
      Mark M 6 months ago

      You are underestimating how corrupt power distribution companies are. They will secretly upgrade to this technology.


    • Pick
      Pick 6 months ago

      to much money in mining and processing to use cold fusion


  • Gary Y.
    Gary Y. 1 year ago

    I love how most of the people adamantly defending this garbage as some "miracle green energy source" are just angst 15 year olds who think they know everything about chemistry and physics because they watch videos like these in their free time.

    • Linsie Harris
      Linsie Harris 1 year ago

      +Gary Y. Then how do you explain the Pd-D loading experiemtn where neutrons where generated (The were detected by damaged plastic that was used as a "canary bird" in the experiment.)?


  • MysteriusBhoice
    MysteriusBhoice 1 year ago

    if dat shiz actually worked then you will have a measurable amount of radiation comming off it
    show geiger counter of GTFO

    • David Middleton-Gear
      David Middleton-Gear 10 months ago

      Erm.....no. Deuterium-Deuterium or D-D fusion has 3 variants, all of them emit radiation. You either get Helium-3 + a neutron, Tritium + a proton or Helium-4 + gamma radiation.

      That being said I'm by no means convinced as to how this would actually work, as the video gives no explanation as to how the deuterium is somehow able to overcome the Coulomb barrier from its mutual electrostatic repulsion in order to get close enough for the strong force to kick in and for it to fuse. Being "cold fusion" it's obviously not going to exceed the Lawson's criterion, and there's nowhere near enough atoms to rely on random-chance quantum tunneling, so what....? Magic? Hopes and dreams?


    • MysteriusBhoice
      MysteriusBhoice 11 months ago

      +Xiao Gao STUPID DETECTOR READING 100000000000000000000000000

      there are neutrons released and they decay producing a crapton of dangerous MeV level of energy and even just 1 MeV being able to break 1,000,000 chemical bonds

      even if the production stops when the unit is off and no waste is produced because neutrons are particles that fly out

      while it runs it still can kill you if its real and you stand next to it!!


    • Xiao Gao
      Xiao Gao 11 months ago

      no alpha, beta or gamma radiation is produced in fusion you are thinking of fission


  • ednuttah
    ednuttah 1 year ago

    Bit of a palaver all those expensive metals, all those specific voltage and current pulses, all the hassle of creating D2O in the first place. It's no solution.

    • grumpystiltskin
      grumpystiltskin 9 months ago

      Good observation. Now we use Ni and H. Cheap as hell.


  • Robert Hyldquist
    Robert Hyldquist 1 year ago

    It will never work. Only in Neverland.

  • Ebenezer Wood
    Ebenezer Wood 1 year ago

    Everyone on this page should actually look up cold fusion and see all the breakthroughs that are currently happening. Is it that you don't WANT a clean new energy source? Something like this could save the planet! People would never have to pay another electric bill again!

  • 2003professor
    2003professor 1 year ago

    coooool

  • First Name Last Name

    Cold fusion, fuck yeah😋

  • dsanchezc3
    dsanchezc3 1 year ago

    The Arc Reactor :)

  • dsanchezc3
    dsanchezc3 1 year ago

    why don't we just use iron man's energy source. seems to work perfect. #FORGETCOLDFUSION

  • joseph wright
    joseph wright 1 year ago

    x

  • Roedy Green
    Roedy Green 1 year ago

    But it DOES'T work. This is just wishful thinking if not a con.

    • Bone Drone
      Bone Drone 4 months ago

      Who are we, to question the intelligence of this random asshole on YouTube, who has said nothing else other than "It no work because it's fraud" (which is what capitalism is)? So smart he forgot to spell kurrecktly. Oh shit!


    • SickMetalAddict
      SickMetalAddict 1 year ago

      +Roedy Green It's hypothesized at least, be more optimistic


    • Julius Brandl
      Julius Brandl 1 year ago

      +Roedy Green yes lets vote about if it works ;)


  • Alexander Higgins
    Alexander Higgins 1 year ago

    how come they just can't give use the exercise bikes that can transform the mechanical energy into electric. It is simpler, effective, clean and renewable.

    • Bob  Dee
      Bob Dee 1 year ago

      Will you come over and peddle for me? Please🙏


  • Mike Bozart
    Mike Bozart 1 year ago

    sure sounds nice ...

  • Connected-A51
    Connected-A51 1 year ago

    And the answear is where the fusion waste goes?
    Solar and Wind only need to be repare and can be recycled....

    • paulczar
      paulczar 1 year ago

      Fusion like this generates no radioactive waste. Zero.


  • Tibi S
    Tibi S 1 year ago

    💫 ya,but today they use laser to heat the deuterium or tritium and high power electromagnets to keep the core inside 💫 🌏 🌏 👣 🕔 💎💀☠☼☾☄ ₪itibira₪ ✶☥✨🌛🌄⊀⋉▲▴◭

  • SuckTitles
    SuckTitles 1 year ago

    Teleportation: How it works

    "It's traveling to another place in an instant. You cannot achieve this by running towards it. Ok bye."

    • Andrew harbit
      Andrew harbit 1 year ago

      +No Label teleportation is achieved via harmonic resonance of 2 areas, vibrating as 1. our concept of distance between objects is flawed due to the fact that energy is everything.


    • SuckTitles
      SuckTitles 1 year ago

      BlackBoxTechnology < you


  • CarsRcool
    CarsRcool 1 year ago

    OU fukin morons..... COLD FUSION RITE NOW.. " The Hull effect "
    with an old car with a carb fand or less than $ 100 dollars....
    all you goats... can suck it

  • denilsson31
    denilsson31 1 year ago

    It should be titled : "Cold Fusion : How it doesn't work"

  • turnipgoodness
    turnipgoodness 1 year ago

    Thermodynamic reactions are so 20th century.

    • ednuttah
      ednuttah 1 year ago

      +turnipgoodness Love that!


  • GucciManeSaysBURR
    GucciManeSaysBURR 1 year ago

    Why do people listen to this garbage? The reaction explained in the video is entirely incorrect. 
    The D-D reaction will either result in proton branching or neutron branching, and will only release 4 MeV and 3.3 MeV respectively, not 24 MeV. 
    Not everything is a conspiracy theory, or some suppressed master technology. You're all suckers if you buy into this trite.

    • Trần Khánh
      Trần Khánh 1 year ago

      +GucciManeSaysBURR
      yes, i agree, science need based on data......
      now 01:03 AM..... i will find data to you....


    • GucciManeSaysBURR
      GucciManeSaysBURR 1 year ago

      Just the ionization of the gases formed upon electrolysis. There isn't even any temperature or energy production data, just some bright flashy colors. This isn't art class, science is based on data.


    • Trần Khánh
      Trần Khánh 1 year ago

      yes, good explanation...... So video the first ???


    • GucciManeSaysBURR
      GucciManeSaysBURR 1 year ago

      With high enough voltage (not actually that high really), you'll turn the hydrogen and oxygen to plasma and upon quick recombination you'll get light emission.


    • Trần Khánh
      Trần Khánh 1 year ago

      It does not convince....


  • Tim Caesar Knutsen
    Tim Caesar Knutsen 1 year ago

    Andrea Rossi saying he's able to produce 1 million watt using cold fusion

  • Edward Harrison
    Edward Harrison 2 years ago

    Humans are clever

  • Jim Beam
    Jim Beam 2 years ago

    how to become the richest guy on the planet

  • JD Studios
    JD Studios 2 years ago

    Kinda just looks like electrolysis to me. This might cause Lithium sludge buildup on the cathode.

  • Unpack Guy
    Unpack Guy 2 years ago

    Cold fusion possible but at 25°C, it will take 40 years to generate 1 kg of hydrogen fusion.Here is how:

    If you have 250°C of heat in your hand you get to have a fire. 
    If you have 1500°C of heat in your hand, you get to melt iron. 
    If you have 1.6 Million °C of heat in your hand you get to have fission bomb.
    If you have of 13M°C of heat in your hand you get to fuse hydrogen atoms.
    If you have 100 Billion °C of heat in your hand you get to make gold. 

    You see you need heat or energy input. Room temperature fusion of course possible. It just Heat vs time, how long will it take to generate 1 kg hydrogen fusion at room temperature? First let's compare different fuels. Burn time is the time it takes to power steam engines in power stations which used to generate electricity. 

    1 kg of coal = 8 kWh, burn time: 15 minutes 
    1 kg of petrol = 24 kWh, burn time: 45 minutes 
    1 kg or uranium fission= 112 MWh, burn time: 4 months 
    1 kg of hydrogen fusion = 1.12 GWh, burn time: 4 years 

    Conclusion:
    It will take 4 years to generate 1 kg of hydrogen fusion at 250°C. If room temperature is 25°C. It will take 40 years to generate 1kg of hydrogen fusion. Puff, who wants to wait the long for an energy? So COLD FUSION possible but will be a waste. Go to a other different possible direction. 

  • ignitionyemi
    ignitionyemi 2 years ago

    Boson or fermion:that is the question.

  • edrol2008
    edrol2008 2 years ago

    im confused.. this model works? because I know many try but some one do it.

  • richo61
    richo61 2 years ago

    "It Doesn't" - Gee that was a short video!

    • richo61
      richo61 1 year ago

      +YamiPoyo So instead of just accepting the the evidence that it doesn't work you adopt an elaborate conspiracy theory.
      IF someone would just make it work and make it obvious that it worked - that guy or group would be world famous and incredibly rich - but No! No one wants to be the Savior of Humanity if it disrupts their pay-check.

      That is a ridiculous story and it will be ridiculed.


    • YamiPoyo
      YamiPoyo 1 year ago

      +richo61 But it has worked numerous times it just does not have a patent in a large university so its not something they want to produce in mass.


    • richo61
      richo61 1 year ago

      +Lucian Rex Excess energy and Neutrons - when "non believers" look for it and are careful with their measurements they don't find any. If you have to "believe before you see" - its not science. Its conformation bias.


    • richo61
      richo61 1 year ago

      +Lucian Rex Nope.
      Not this time.


  • VvVincent
    VvVincent 2 years ago

    guys, cold fusion works.  i demonstrated it with my dog.

    i hooked up my dog to my electric generator (electricity is needed to ignite the reaction).  when i ran enough electricity through my dog for an extended period, he incredibly burst into flames which created an intense heat...cold fusion!  he burns at higher temperatures and with more energy than the generator.  when i took the temperature of the generator, is was 200 degrees less than my burning dog!  200 degress less!  i created over 200 degrees of heat from a cold generator!  i went and repeated this process with my neighbor's dog.  same results!

  • Gilles D Natmara
    Gilles D Natmara 2 years ago

    It is a very interesting movie about the cold fusion and I like the Toyota staf fuel cell.

  • Pete Lorenzo
    Pete Lorenzo 2 years ago

    the failure of many experiments does not mean something is not possible. that is why we keep trying. any result, successful or not, is still a result. what I've heard is it requires a very pure palladium, and many sources are contaminated ever so slightly, which makes the experiment difficult to reproduce. there are secret groups with near limitless resources, such as the us government. if they figure it out, they wouldn't necessarily make this public. it may very well work in the future, but wait, it is the future. time never stops passing, and technology never stops progressing. the real question is, when will it be available to the average joe at a cost less than their house.

  • Felixo
    Felixo 2 years ago

    Our group suspect we are 4 years away from cold fusion projects.

    • Mark M
      Mark M 8 months ago

      I would get a tiny reactor to power an electric car.


    • robin winter
      robin winter 2 years ago

      That's a long time and a very ambiguous statement. Not sure why you posted it.


    • ImJuanka
      ImJuanka 2 years ago

      the government will suppress it if it is true. If we can get that much energy out of water(heavy water), then we would not need to be paying them the ridiculous amounts of money that we currently do for power/gas. I'm all for it, although I feel that the powers that be, are not.


  • OnePercent
    OnePercent 2 years ago

    More like how we wished it worked....lol..

    You cannot fuse atoms with the power of compression from the chemical electromagnetic force alone.

  • Kenan Kensky
    Kenan Kensky 2 years ago

    what kind of staff is d?

  • ignitionyemi
    ignitionyemi 2 years ago

    Use a coating of nickel, palladium(do not use 105 isotope, because spin 5/2) cathode electrode!
    It will thus "spin valve". External magnetic field is applied.
    That's the secret(?) Opinion?

  • N8TRON Kapenta
    N8TRON Kapenta 2 years ago

    Could it work the same if the heavy water was in a gaseous form?

  • Barry Kort
    Barry Kort 2 years ago

    Do you see all those bubbles forming on the surface of the electrodes and then sloughing off? What that does is produce a random time-varying resistance in the circuit.

    It is well known (from first principles in electric circuit theory, as well as in telephony) that when you drive a time-varying resistance with a regulated current (whether regulated DC or SuperWave), the load generates its own AC current that has the characteristics of burst noise.

    Because the regulated power supplies are trying to maintain a regulated current, they have to work hard to suppress and cancel these noise signals that are being transmitted out of the cell. In doing so, the regulated power supplies must inject an equal and opposite signal, so as to maintain the specified regulated current profile (whether DC or SuperWave).

    In the reports that I’ve had access to, I found the experimenters were relying on an energy budget model that ignored the additional energy being pumped into the cells so as to maintain a regulated current in the face of a rapidly fluctuation load resistance.

    In the cases where the experimenters had published enough data for me to apply the correct model from AC circuit theory, I found that the “anomalous excess heat” was exactly accounted for by the overlooked AC power injected into the cells to countermand the noise power being transmitted out.

  • pato milbert
    pato milbert 2 years ago

    This looks more like third world invasion into the western world, sucking all resources up at the expense of all. 

  • Zenzay
    Zenzay 2 years ago

    Pathological science anyone?

  • This is my name
    This is my name 2 years ago

    It's funny that some people will believe this...

  • David Hart
    David Hart 2 years ago


    Detail + elementary ÷ fast paced = excellent presentation for those over a wide range of previous knowledge on the topic.
    The only thing I would add would be a brief description of deuterium.

    Deuterium is a "heavy hydrogen atom", in other words, a stable isotope of hydrogen containing in addition to the usual single proton, a neutron in the nucleus.

    Understanding deuterium's structure is key in understanding this fusion process.

  • Andrew Liljenquist
    Andrew Liljenquist 2 years ago

    Heat is energy we just need to find a way to harness the heat relative to us. Then we could have free energy. And free AC!

    • Cheezus Crust
      Cheezus Crust 2 years ago

      +Andrew Liljenquist use the heat to boil water? steam power!


  • rstevewarmorycom
    rstevewarmorycom 2 years ago

    How does "cold fusion" work? It doesn't. That's why you only see it on YouTube.

    • Tom H
      Tom H 6 months ago

      Do you know anything about patents?


    • rstevewarmorycom
      rstevewarmorycom 6 months ago

      You're believing fake news. Believe it when you see it on the nightly news on major networks, all the papers and the type is HUGE!! And don't give me your crap about "conspiracehs" to prevent them from publishing.


    • Tom H
      Tom H 6 months ago

      Maybe you should look at the results these companies are achieving. Repeatable, peer reviewed transmutation, for one. Pretty wicked chemical reactions... lol


    • rstevewarmorycom
      rstevewarmorycom 6 months ago

      All such proverbs written by the losers of arguments to the intelligent.


    • rstevewarmorycom
      rstevewarmorycom 6 months ago

      A non-idiot would trouble himself not to deserve them.


  • phlogiston
    phlogiston 2 years ago

    Where's a prototype?

  • Bruce Liu
    Bruce Liu 2 years ago

    looks like a basic battery. no wonder cold fusion's no wonder the output is low. use an acid. if they deuterium gives motion to the metal then that is not fusion the heat is motion. i would call it nuclear assisted motion.  

  • Vibrating Dolphin
    Vibrating Dolphin 2 years ago

    It assumes that Palladium will just give atoms away indefinitely. This is silly.

  • RealTwistedTwin
    RealTwistedTwin 2 years ago

    How do we get an amount of heavy water with which this would be possible? Also, has this ever been tested, I mean it wouldn't be that difficult to test, would it? And finally ... What are the problems in this methode?

    • totoritko
      totoritko 2 years ago

      +Tom H "If reality doesn’t match your theory, then reality must be wrong."
      I meant more like: "If your pet theory violates decades of established and experimentally verified theories, it's most likely wrong."
      "Common sense will tell you that is the antithesis of how science works, and good science has NEVER operated that way."
      Actually, it has. Einstein didn't invalidate Newtonian mechanics, he completed it for high speed and high energy regimes. Quantum mechanics extends into smaller regimes and smaller energies than Newtonian mechanics.
      "The experiments have since been successfully replicated"
      Ahahahahaha, gave me a good laugh there buddy. For a second there I took you seriously :D Keep the lol material coming in.


    • Tom H
      Tom H 2 years ago

      +totoritko
      To quote you:    "…it has to mesh with what we already know. That's how science works.”

      Which is like saying:    If reality doesn’t match your theory, then reality must be wrong.
       
      Common sense will tell you that is the antithesis of how science works, and good science has NEVER operated that way. Clearly you have not researched this issue at all and are basing your knowledge on 20 year old, poorly conducted attempts to replicate the results. The experiments have since been successfully replicated and expanded upon many times by many very reputable labs and physicists. Want references? Look at my post above.


    • totoritko
      totoritko 2 years ago

      +Frederick Fournier Lehoux I'm happy to entertain the idea, but it has to mesh with what we already know. That's how science works. Be open minded, but not to so much that your brains fall out.


    • Darth Archon
      Darth Archon 2 years ago

      +totoritko Don't be dogmatic about it. Not because we have no idea how it could be possible that there is no chance of it working. You sound like the people who still deny evolution or those who claim the heliocentric model couldn't be true since earth had to be the center of our solar system. BTW i don't claim this video is legit or anything, just don't be so closed minded. 


    • totoritko
      totoritko 2 years ago

      +Frederick Fournier Lehoux IOW, the whole idea is BS. You know, it'd be awfully convenient if we could just somehow magic away the coulomb barrier and other laws of nature, but nature is exceptionally stubborn about that.


  • Brian Kenward
    Brian Kenward 2 years ago

    Have you looked at the free video lectures from  a few universities?
    Brush up on your calculus children. Then, see if you still have so many doubts. Also, search the US Patent office.  Strange really, how many new low energy  and lattice assisted energy patents are in process. Especially when you discover who holds the patent rights.

  • Alexey Khalimonov
    Alexey Khalimonov 2 years ago

    Why can't you use regular water, instead of heavy water, as I understand D2 is heavier and bigger than H2, but I see it to be problematic as D2O costs about 12$ per gram, not a lot, but you would need to pay like 900$ for a gallon, and if this would go out on the market that's a tad bit too much for a simple electrolyte. Also, how to generate electricity using this technology? Of course you can use cold fusion to boil the D2O, and have heavy water steam turn a turbine, but again the losses of expensive D2O would be more money lost than earned through electricity generated

  • Elijah Le
    Elijah Le 2 years ago

    if that cold fusion diagram gives off heat, how come its called "cold" fusion?

  • ӜӪӜӪӜӪӜӪӜӪӜӪ

    This fusion process does not produce neutrons, helium-3, tritium (or, presumably, 
    hydrogen), but instead produces only helium-4. The fuel gas from long-term runs has been 
    analyzed by a large, magnetic-sector, mass spectrograph to contain very roughly 100 ppm of 
    helium-4, which was not present in the research-grade D2 fuel. 
    The reaction is: 2D → He-4 + 24 meV. The energy thus produced is enormous, and 
    because deuterium is very cheap in the form of heavy water (less than $l/gm.), the fuel cost 
    for this process is very low indeed (much less than 1 cent per KWH). 
    This process has promise for low cost production of heat and power on a large 
    commercial scale, and the oceans contain enough deuterium, as heavy water, to satisfy the earth's 
    energy needs for many millions of years.

  • Aphobis
    Aphobis 3 years ago

    Ok, two things:
    1. what is the superwave principle and how exactly does modulating the current improve the absorption of deuterium?
    2. How does confining the deuterium in a lattice cause them to fuse? Deuterium-deuterium fusion requires even higher temperatures/pressures than deuterium-tritium fusion and I don't see how that can be replicated in a metallic lattice.

  • kurtilein3
    kurtilein3 3 years ago

    cold fusion doesnt work, its nonsense.

    • Count Wes
      Count Wes 2 years ago

      +kurtilein3 Thanks for the info, I will remember this and I've got a few tricks to try as well.

      If this thing DOES work, then it will be quite intriguing.


    • kurtilein3
      kurtilein3 2 years ago

      +Count Wes
      a cloud chamber can not only be triggered by cosmic rays or other radiation....  just sprinkle in some dust or some powdered salt, that should be quite effective at triggering the condensation in the cloud chamber. so how would it produce energy when triggered by a cosmic ray, when you can also trigger it with some dust? im sorry, i dont want to sound condescending, but i really dont see where this is going. similar thing with the scintillation counter....  just let in some light, with a bit of light pollution it will be going off constantly, and not just when a cosmic ray hits the crystal.

      the only detectors that actually take energy out of the cosmic ray particle and measures that energy in the form of heat is a calorimeter. when it gets hit hard, its temperature increases by a tiny tiny amount, and thats what you measure. it still wont catch enough cosmic rays to heat up so much that you can turn the heat into electricity, but compared to the other methods, at least it DOES take some real energy out of the particle.


    • Count Wes
      Count Wes 2 years ago

      Actually, cloud chambers consume energy when you use a peltier cooler.

      Unless you make your own dry ice then it's not as much..

      I've gotten myself a few tricks an a few ways to make the research go further.

      Don't worry, because I'm also aware of the energy loss with Scintillation Counters.

      I have a few tricks up my sleeve I will try.


    • kurtilein3
      kurtilein3 2 years ago

      +Count Wes
      so basically you use detectors that can detect cosmic rays, and try to get energy from the signals that you get in these detectors?

      i hate to tell you this, a scintillation counter actually loses energy with each particle it detects. you need to apply the right voltages to the different parts of the photomultiplier, and that voltage gets carried away whenever a particle triggers it. and cloud chambers constantly consume energy, to maintain the unstable super-saturated gas. solar panels work best when you have lots of electromagnetic radiation, like sunlight.


    • Count Wes
      Count Wes 2 years ago

      Also, how long have you studied physics?

      If you are a graduate, you must show me documentation of some sort.

      Also, anyone can say they have degrees and such online, because it's the internet.

      You'll have to show me your evidence.


  • Frank Mulkern
    Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

    Rossi = E-CAT = COLD FUSION

  • Frank Mulkern
    Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

    The problem with cold fusion is that there is still no explanation on where the excess heat is coming from. If you look at it from for a quantim pysics look you could theorize that it comes from the vacuum. Zero Point energy , Einstein predicted

    • gtitboi j
      gtitboi j 2 years ago

      I would assume the heat comes from the synchronization of the atoms and the creation of helium since molecular motion causes heat


    • kurtilein3
      kurtilein3 2 years ago

      +Frank Mulkern
      the videos are full of red flags that clearly expose all this as pseudoscience. the same is true for the shitty website you linked, its pseudoscientific crap, compiled by fraudsters for retards. look, here is how a real scientific website about nuclear fusion research looks like:  http://www.iter.org/  or here:  http://www.ipp.mpg.de/16900/w7x  


    • Frank Mulkern
      Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

      +kurtilein3
      try thinking outside the box and watch these video`s. they might give you an insight you hadn`t seen before or lookup Edmund Edmund Storms
      http://coldfusionnow.org/interviews/


    • kurtilein3
      kurtilein3 3 years ago

      +Frank Mulkern
      somehow these test results always go away when an actual scientist enters the room and tries to confirm it. somehow these test results only appear when one of the cold fusion fraudsters is asking for more money. the cold fusion fraudsters stubbornly refuse to prove that they are not faking it. its pseudoscience, its a classic scam. if you think otherwise, then go ahead and link me some sources that prove it.


    • Frank Mulkern
      Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

      +kurtilein3
      explain the results of tests world wide that show large amounts of heat, tritium and transmutation of metals. That only happens during a nuclear reaction 


  • Baby Bop
    Baby Bop 3 years ago

    How it works? It doesn't. Cut it out with the snake oil magic science bullshit, we'll have DEMO, a real fusion reactor in 2033.

  • mobcat40
    mobcat40 3 years ago

    It doesn't work, you mean "how it was claimed to work"

  • nopainnogain
    nopainnogain 3 years ago

    I'm writing an essay about fusion and I'm a bit confused. Which scientists tells the truth?

    • NickBlackDIN
      NickBlackDIN 2 years ago

      +Frank Mulkern
      I've read some papers by them (I'll withhold my comments here). though question: I often see those two called 'rock stars' but why? I understand they are famous within the cold fusion community,normally famous scientists are 'highly respected' or something along those lines, rock stars have a stigma of being drug abusing & uneducated (I know, it's not true for a lot of rock stars, but that's the stigma), not something I would want to be labeled as if i were a scientist.


    • Frank Mulkern
      Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

      Look up Mike Mckubre or Edmund Storms those are the Rock Stars of Cold Fusion


    • NickBlackDIN
      NickBlackDIN 3 years ago

      the one's with peer reviewed papers (meaning other people have successfully replicated their experiments)

      doesn't meant the others are lying, they just are unproven, and therefore should be treated as such.


  • 497362
    497362 3 years ago

    this is the best explanation of the fusion model i have seen. its a good explanation for the excess heat that is produced. it may turn out to be the correct explanation.

  • johannes westman
    johannes westman 3 years ago

    The things in the video is just utter nonsense. It sounds like scientific talk, but it's just utter nonsense. Cold fusion is a myth.

  • Guywithcrazyideas
    Guywithcrazyideas 3 years ago

    I get my energy from food.

  • lazyfreedom98
    lazyfreedom98 3 years ago

    beer can bombs

  • Naoki Kashima
    Naoki Kashima 3 years ago

    Cold fusion is real and the nay sayer's own research proves it. Big oil paid off many to supress this technology. Time to end big oil is now :)

    • Benjamin Agaoglu
      Benjamin Agaoglu 4 months ago

      David Tangye No one is saying neutrons are required for fusion but depending on the elements typically the smaller ones generate neutron flux. This is something not being addressed here.


    • Baby Bop
      Baby Bop 2 years ago

      +David Tangye Some fermion will be emitted. The reaction described in the video emits neutrons.


    • David Tangye
      David Tangye 2 years ago

      +Baby Bop He is saying cold fusion does not work as no neutrons are emitted. Fusion does not need emission of neutrons to work, does it.


    • Baby Bop
      Baby Bop 2 years ago

      +David Tangye Actually if you look at fusion reactions involving hydrogen isotopes, neutrons are a common product (e.g. D+T → He + n, D+D → He + n, and T+T → He + 2n). Please do some research yourself before calling others uneducated. It's rude.


    • David Tangye
      David Tangye 2 years ago

      +white cloud 1. "anyone claiming it does is clinically insane". What a stupid statement. 2. "as no neutrons are emitted" That's FISSION, this is FUSION. Please go educate yourself.


  • SolarSeeker45
    SolarSeeker45 3 years ago

     Honestly how many "impossible" things has man kind achieved? They said man couldn't fly. They said that scrying was impossible yet we have computers,radio and TV. They said that the atom was indestructible and Marie Curie proved otherwise.  While I admit that 90% of cold fusion "scientists" don't know what the hell they're talking about, cold fusion is possible. Mind you that "cold" is a relative term cold fusion is still quite hot, just not the 2 million degrees that hot fusion requires.

    • nlsndl09e1e1swd
      nlsndl09e1e1swd 2 years ago

      nobody never said that atoms were indestructible. As soon as they discovered subatomic particles it was very clear that atoms were destructible.

      Of course it was possible for humans to fly. If birds can fly then it should be possible for humans to fly. AND it should be possible for humans to fly without the use of any airplanes or similar devices (although it would possibly require a lot of genetic changes).


  • SolarSeeker45
    SolarSeeker45 3 years ago

    Those of you who state that cold fusion is "impossible" clearly do not understand the immense power of resonance. By creating a resonance at the frequency of matter itself,the conventional laws of physics harmonize to create effects that would normally be impossible.  Cold fusion is achieved by every living being. A catalyst for cold fusion was discovered eons ago by alchemists. It's called the "philosopher's stone".

    • guillaume LE LOUËT
      guillaume LE LOUËT 3 years ago

      +SolarSeeker45 You are a liar or an ignorant. The biological transmutation is not transmutation. It'ss molecular-level modifications, which are way easier to do than at atome-level regarding energy production. Precisely because they require specific pressure and temperature constraints in order to allow the protons to collide.


    • korsaircandyman13
      korsaircandyman13 3 years ago

      +SolarSeeker45
      Look up Biological Transmutation in Wikipedia and you will find the word "claims" and "reputed evidence." If Wikipedia is a better skeptic than you, maybe you should reassess your life.


    • SolarSeeker45
      SolarSeeker45 3 years ago

      +korsaircandyman13  Hmm unlikely, biological transmutations are a billion times more precise, transmuting specific elements into specific others. That's like trying to compare a phosphorescent glow to the exacting precision of a computer controlled laser that prints microprocessors.


    • korsaircandyman13
      korsaircandyman13 3 years ago

      If biology transmutes elements without exploding with the force of a thousand tonnes of TNT, then I poo gold.


    • TheResidentSkeptic
      TheResidentSkeptic 3 years ago

      +SolarSeeker45 Just took a look at the sources at the bottom of that article which I'm certain you haven't. Unsurprisingly none of them mention nuclear fission or fusion. They talk about retention of particular elements fed to the rats, and a discrepancy between the estimated biological retention by means of balance measurements and the observed retention in the carcass, but none of this has to do with any nuclear phenomena.

      The main paper concludes: "The explanation may lie in physiological considerations, i.e., in the present case, it is possible that the widely accepted concept of "steady-state" equilibrium for body Ca and Mg can, instead, be viewed as susceptible to widely fluctuating aberrations in which such factors as growth, environment, and stress might all interplay causing intermittent fluctuations"

      Full Paper: http://jn.nutrition.org/content/105/9/1157.full.pdf


  • Daritha100
    Daritha100 3 years ago

    For those who still dont understand: In reality it dont work. cold fusion is just some kind of scientific fairytale.

  • Marty Lynchian
    Marty Lynchian 3 years ago

    Cold fusion is a myth. Like the boogie man. If there is any hope for fusion, its with hot fusion not cold fusion.

    • Cerelia Feiyin
      Cerelia Feiyin 2 years ago

      I see morons in this without any education. 1 month ago you were commenting but it was in 2013 Oct 9th in the US which created a surplus of energy from a stable fusion reaction. Thats fusion at 150,000,000 C', I only watched this video because it was in a cycle of ITER videos and I was curious.


    • Frank Mulkern
      Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

      +white cloud
      good one cloud


    • white cloud
      white cloud 3 years ago

      +Klingon Don hahahahaha hahahahahahahaha aaaahhahahahahaha your a fucking delusional gimp, oh im an aliens hahahahahahaha fucktard!


    • Baby Bop
      Baby Bop 3 years ago

      What's in a name Frank? I'm an alien, that's why I know about future tech and you do not.

      And for the record we Klingons are not stupid at all, we are strong and fierce, but if you would have known that it would have come at the expense of your facetious joke.

      Bullshit he could sell them all he wanted even if the patent wasn't approved. If they worked at all of course, but he didn't even have one working for himself. That's the point.


    • Frank Mulkern
      Frank Mulkern 3 years ago

      +Klingon Don
      he died in 2010 but had a mockup of a 1 megawatt design that a company up in New Hampshire has built and is testing right now but will not be sold in the United States because his pattern was not approved, based on MIT`S 25 year old report on there findings from the university of Utah`s experiments in 1989. Dense??? anyone calling them self Klingon might want to look in the mirror. Now would you like to talk about this or just send insults? post an email address and lets talk


  • foxkart61
    foxkart61 3 years ago

    Anything is possible in cartoons, even cold fusion.

  • Rishabh Mahajan
    Rishabh Mahajan 3 years ago

    is the strain so high to overcome coulomb barrier,  i mean in hot fusion reactions i take 5 billion kelvin to overcome that is really the starin produced within large intra molecular distances so high i am skeptical of that

    • Baby Bop
      Baby Bop 3 years ago

      Actually typical temperatures in fusion reactors are about 100 million K, and you can increase fusion rates by confining the plasma with magnetic fields.


  • Sasker van Gulik
    Sasker van Gulik 3 years ago

    The sun is not an efficient fusion reactor. Tokamaks are. The sun just doesn't have enough by means of energy to perform fusion reactions, yet they happen anyway due to quantum tunneling. Tokamaks will eventually reach  the energy level that is actually required for the reaction to start, which will guarantee fusion of atoms. 

  • Gabriele Ciravegna
    Gabriele Ciravegna 3 years ago

    thx amazing video

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