Links to "cold fusion" items.

Ludwik Kowalski

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1) Introducing Cold Fusion to students. click
2) A typical "cold-fusion" setup. click
3) Three kinds of Cold fusion. click
4) Short biographies of three Cold Fusion Scientists. click
5) Aberration of the scientific methology. click
6) On dangers of "second hand" publishing. click
7) On Pathological Science (N-rays story). click
8) On Burden of Proof in Science. click
9) Scientific Method in Cold Fusion. click
10) A Russian connection. click
11) Bottom Line. click
12) What do physics teachers think about CF? click
13) More about the Russian Connection. click
14) What is pseudo-scientific in this? click
15) Or what is pseudo-scientific in this? click
16) Here is an example of real pseudo-science. click
17) An Italian connection. click
18) Nobel Prize for "cold fusion?" click
19) A French connection. click
20) Excommunication of heretics? click
21) If it were up to me I would do it. click
22) Another good article summarized. click
23) A Japanese connecion. click
24) Three short introductionary tutorials. click
25) A technical tutorial. click
26) Comments on the 1989 ERAB report. click
27) Conspiracy? For what purpose? click
28) Summary of a very impressive paper. click or
29) Another French connection. click
30) New APS ethics guidelines and the CF issue. click
31) Excess heat for a student lab? Yes, why not. click
32) Pathological science or important observations to share? click
33) How would Richard Feynman react to CF? click
34) My own proposal. click
35) On methodology and on difficulties. click
36) Ethical issues as seen by an active CF researcher. click
37) On coulomb barrier lowering. click
38) Producing radioactive tritium. click
39) Changing isotopic composition. click
40) My cold fusion lecture plan. click
41) Comments from a friend. click
42) More comments.; to publish or not to publish? click
43) One year after the announcment: click
44) Before going to Salt Lake City: click
45) After returning from Salt Lake City: click
46) Charlatans versus scientists: click
47) Catalytic fusion: click
48) Charge Clusters ? click
49) Not accepted by The Physics Teacher: click
50) From the last APS meeting: click
51) US Navy supported cold fusion: click
52) Alchemy in cold fusion: click
53) Another way; role of surface structure: click
54) Criticizing cold fusion: click
55) The smoking gun?: click
56) Technological Con Artistry?: click
57) And what about hydrinos?: click
58) From a debate on another list: click
59) A piece to publish in a newsletter: click
60) Nuclear Alchemy, 1996: click
61) What are the causes of this conflict?: click
62) Cold Fusion was compared with creationism: click
63) Jed's interesting general observations: click
64) Stalin's pseudo-science: click
65) Pseudo-science in Russia today: click
66) Cybernetics as pseudo-science: click
67) Observations made at Texas A&M University: click
68) Two meanings of "impossible:" click
69) Conspiracy to deceive? I do not think so:" click
70) Please help us click
71) A Nobel Laureate about voodoo science click
72) Anecdotal Evidence? click
73) A confirmation of a reproducible excess heat experiment click
74) E. Mallove describes reproducible excess heat experiments click
75) Do not mix science with fiction click
76) Secrecy in cold fusion research click
77) Another evidence of nuclear reactions in "cold fusion" click
78) An older fight for acceptance; the story of Arrhenius click
79) Early beta decay studies compared with cold fusion click
80) Secular theology? click
81) Where are theories of cold fusion? click
82) Speculations of a retired physicist (This unit is being revised by the author) click
83) Disassociate cold fusion from antigravity, hydrinos, etc. click
84) A cold fusion opinion statement of a physics teacher click
85) From a book of a cold fusion researcher in Japan. click
86) Pseudoscience in Russia. click
87) Fighting a straw man. click
88) Rejections of cold fusion papers by editors click
89) Hydrinos again click
90) My talk at the 10th International Cold Fusion Conference click
91) My poster at that conference click
92) Agenda for the preconference cold fusion workshop click
93) Back to stories from Kruglyakov's book click
94) Browsing the Internet click
95) Catalysts in cold fusion? click
96) No gamma rays were found in our experiment click
97) My published letter to the editor of The Physics Teacher click
98) Students demonstrating excess heat from cold fusion click
99) Speeding up radioactive decay? click
100) Documenting a rejection by Physics Today click
101) How excess heat was measured. click
102) A paper by the retired physicist from unit #82. (This unit is being revised by the author) click
103) Students trying to demonstrate excess heat. Is it nuclear? click
104) New alchemy? Yes, indeed. click
105) More about new alchemy experiments. click
106) Why is Norman Ramsey silent today? click
107) Biological alchemy ? click
108) Another experiment for your students ? click
109) A video cassette "Fire from Water" for your students click
110) They need a real leader click
111) Photos of Fleischmann and Jones, August 2003 click
112) The dilemma of a physics teacher. click
113) Unexplained neutrons and protons; recent papers of Steven Jones. click
114) Voices from teachers and students (?) click
115) They need your suppost click
116) A negative evaluation of cold fusion claims click
117) Exposing false claims click
118) New error analysis versus old? click
119) Errors in unison click
120) A Chinese connection click
121) Just Withering from Scientific Neglect click
122) Laser-like X-rays in "cold fusion?" click
123) An important Japanese connection (Iwamura) click
124) How can one doubt that charged particles are real (WAITNING FOR PERMISSION TO SHARE) click
125) An article I want to publish click
126) Reactions or contamination, that is the question click
127) "Water remembers?" This is pseudoscientific click
128) Screening in condensed matter or something else? click
129) Quixotic Fiasco? click
130) Sonofusion becomes acceptable click
131) Cold Fusion History described by Steven Jones click
132) Cold Fusion History described by Martin Fleischmann click
133) Cold Fusion name was dropped click
134) Second evaluation by the DOE decided. How certain is this? click
135) Seek not the golden egg, but the goose click
136) What is cold fusion? click
137) An inventor or a con artist? click
138) Recent Internet messages. click
139) If I were in charge. click
140) Kasagi's papers. click
141) A paper from Dubna, Russia. click
142) In memory of Eugene Mallove. click
143) Questions about science and society. click
144) Catalytic nuclear reactions. click
145) Role of the non-equilibrium. click
146) Scientific or not scientific? click
147) Extract from an old good summary (E. Storms, 2000). click
148) On difficulties communicating. click
149) A message from a young person. click
150) Answers to some of my questions formulated in unit #148. click
151) Richard's simulated debate about excess heat errors. click
152) My review article on current cold fusion claims. click
153) TOO LONG (History of rejections of my review article.) click
154) SHORTER (History of rejections of my review article.) click
155) Storms' tutorial on diffcult cases in calorimetry. click
156) Unexpected charged particls were observed again. click
157) Detecting cold fusion charge particles with CR-39: Comments and questions. click
158) An extract from an interesting MIT article. click
159) Categorization of cold fusion topics. click
160) Radon background or not? (WAITNING FOR PERMISSION TO SHARE) click
161) Josephson's lecture and other comments on cold fusion (mostly from teachers). click
162) An example of a cold fusion claim that makes no sense to me. click
163) Absence of 100% reproducibility: What does it mean? click
164) A case of mutual deception? click
165) A short comment on names and definitions. click
166) Non-scientists in cold fusion? click
167) An unnecessary "open letter?" I think so. click
168) Nucleosythesis in a lab? A Ukrainian connection. click
169) An interesting effect was discovered in Texas click
170) A Swedish connection that became something else. click
171) A lively and informative discussion? I hope so. click
172) Cold fusion being presented to students. click
173) Wikopedia: Philosophical points of view. click
174) What was the origin of excess power? An experiment worth replicating. click
175) According to Mizuno et al. excess power can not possibly be chemical. click
176) Swift nuclear particles from an electrolyte? Check it in a lab. click
177) List of eleven international cold fusion conferences. click
178) Sharing recent messages and comments click
179) A student project. Work in progress. NOT YET POSTED click
180) Please help to preserve cold fusion history. click
181) A new cold fusion book. click
182) Seeing a huge number of cold fusion tracks with my own eyes. click
183) Pictures and numbers. (continuation from the unit #182). click
184) Contamination or very long "life after death?" (continuation from the unit #183). click
185) CR-39 detectors of charged nuclear particles. click
186) Too good to be true? Turning radioactive isotopes into stable isotopes. click
187) Magnetic monopoles in cold fusion, and other claims. click
188) A chemically triggered nuclear process? What else can it be? click
189) About my four attempts to observe a nuclear "cold fusion" effect. click
190) A better generic name for "cold fusion?" click
191) Trying to describe my understanding of Fisher's polyneutrons. click
192) Trying to replicate Oriani's observations in my own cell. An electronic logbook. click
193) Links to another website. click
194) Comments about theories. click
195) A pdf file to share. Click to see my introduction. Then download, if you want. click
196) Open letter to the DOE scientists who investigated recent CANA claims. click
197) My second Oriani effects experiment (the first is described in the unit #192). click
198) Work in progress
199) Nonsense, fraud or very advanced science? click
200) Teachers discussing scientifc methods click
201) Cooperating with a high school student performing excess heat experiments. click
202) Fraudulent claims of a German anthropologist. click
203) On ending the controversy. click
204) An Israeli connection. click
205) A troubling episode. What can be done to prevent such things? click
206) A new Russian report on nuclear alchemy. click
207) Controversial cases in science (from New Scientist). click
208) Haiko's conversation with Martin Fleischmann click
209) An Australian connection. click
210) Making progress toward 100% reproducibility? click
211) Charles Beaudette writes about the DOE report. click
212) Answering four questions. click
213) About the company Energetics Technologies in Israel. click
214) The power of delusion or healthy optimism? click
215) Solar Electricity click
216) Too good to be true click
217) Ukrainian connection again click
218) To do or not to do it? click
219) A workshop at Stevens Institute of Technology. click
220) Upcoming CF workshops and conferences. click
221) Work in progress (Mitch) click
222) The majority of nature's treasures are still hidden. click
223) A spectacular excess heat report from Russia. click
224) A cold fusion colloquium at MIT. click
225) A student essay (WORK IN PROGRESS) click
226) Another attempt to commercialize? click
227) A new version of Fisher's polyneutron theory. click
228) Cars running on water? An old US patent. click
229) A Russian patent of Gnedenko et al. click
230) Translations of two Russian papers. click
231) Gold from carrots. click
232) Free energy and its impact. click
233) More on free energy. click
234) Comments on Ellis' article about laws of complexity. click
235) One year later. click
236) Promises promises. click
237) An MIT professor writes a report on an iESiUSA device shown to him. click
238) What is cold fusion? click
239) Identity theft? Cold fusion claims should be justified scientifically. click
240) Generation of helium in cold fusion. click
241) Questions concerning the protocol described in unit #240 click
242) Now I must deal with two slightly different protocols. click
243) Will sixty letters to the editor be published by Physics Today? click
244) Coulomb barrier depends on the range of nuclear forces. click
245) Avoiding a global disaster. click
246) Manipulating half-lives of radioactive nuclei ? click
247) Can magnetic forces (resulting from rotation) help deuterons to overcome coulomb barriers? click
248) A proposed set of better names for known nuclear anomalies. click
249) Trying to understand a theory explaing Condense Matter Nuclear Science (CMNS) data. click
250) Stanislaw Szpak et al. -- another case of nuclear alchemy. click
251) Fracto-fusion, crack-fusion, Casimir-fusion, van der Waals fusion, hammer-fusion. click
252) An invitation to perform a simple excess heat experiment. click
253) History of Mizuno-type experiments (such as that described in unit #252). click
254) Comments of a theoretical paper of Windom and Larsen. click
255) Progress report and comments. click
256) A possible source of error in some excess heat reports click
257) A difficult to accept statistical protocol of Bass and McKubre click
258) Can systematc errors result from sampling of irrecular waveforms? click
259) The excess heat can be apparent in our next week experiment. click
260) Is that kind of excess heat real or apparent? click
261) How much excess heat ? click
262) Common hydrogen (H2O) verus heavy hydrogen (D2O). click
263) Fraudulent schemes are probably as old as civilization. click
264) Measuring electric energy. click
265) Another Italian connection. click
266) Scared, reassured and scared again. click
267) Excess heat not confirmed in our Texas experiment. click
268) With an apology to Dr. Dean Sinclair click
269) Analytical methods used in CMNS (condense matter nuclear science) research. click
270) Colorado experiments also fail to confirm excess heat. click
271) Another Colorado experiment. click
272) Another Texas experiment WORK IN PROGRESS click
273) Mircobial Transmutations at ICCF12 click
274) Scientific Fraud ? An article in Washington Post and comments it generated. click
275) Kasagi and excess fusion cross sections at low energies. click
276) Low counts statistics (not finished?) click
277) An outburst of messages. click
278) New tabletop fusion devices: is it hot fusion or not? click
279) Fraudulant financial manipulations ? click
280) No courtesy of replying from Yale Scientific. click
281) All reliable results should be reported. Hiding negative results is not scientific. click
282) Velikovsky's speculations. click
283) Trying to be a moderator at the ISCMNS meeting. click
284) Hydrinos versus CMNS click
285) Our private correspondence before the Colorado-2 experiment. click
286) An exciting Colorado2 experiment and comments over the Internet. click
287) Social aspects of our controvery that started 17 years ago. Work in progress click
288) Voices from a restricted list for CMNS researchers. click
289) Another Russian connection? click
290) Unexpected comments from some subscribers of the restricted CMNS discussion list. click
291) Yes, these experiments are dangerous, but . . . click
292) Why is this kind of discrimination legal? click
293) Pathological science? click
294) A historical overview of cold fusion. click
295) Chiropractic also had to fight for recognition. click
296) About the origin of Mizuno-type excess heat. click
297) Too much sociology? click
298) Nuclear alchemy in CMNS. click
299) Randy Mills and his new chemistry. click
300) Preliminary Colorado2 results. click
301) Colorado2 results are now much less certain. click
302) Alarming numbers and comments. click
303) Well known reactions or something else? click
304) Researchers discussing excess energy. click
305) Science versus protoscience. click
306) How to restrict a Google search to one server? click
307) Archive of private correspondence about Mizuno-type experiments click
308) Steven Jones plus an expecting new book about CMNS click
309) Researchers speculate about NAE (nuclear active environment) click
310) Alchemy versus CMNS; waiting for the proverbial "proof in the pudding." click
311) Reifenschweiler Effect (introducing an expected essay) click
312) My old speculation about another kind of beta decay click
313) Are oil companies responsible for conspiring against CMNS? click
314) Will this be the first simple and truly reprodicible-on-demand demo? click
315) A new phenomenon or a wrong interpretation of experimental data? click
316) A new paradigm at the next stage! Why not? click
317) About CR39 and other things click
318) Theories, metatheories and philosophy click
319) Our Phase 1 of The Galileo Project experiment click
320) Our first steps in Phase 2 of The Galileo Project click
321) My rejected publication + references click
322) Rutherford-Bohr model being questioned. click
323) This publication was not rejected; it was withdrawn. click
324) Additional validation of our claim (made in unit #319). click
325) More about SPAWAR results. click
326) Online logbook of an experiment (continuation of unit #320) click
327) Online logbook of the next PACA experiment (continuation of unit #326) click
328) Srategy and scientific methodology: Recent comments and observations. click
329) Continuation of after item 327; the online logbook. Experiment #5. click
330) Trusting authotities in science click
331) An illustration of propagation of errors via calibration. click
332) Sonofusion is also struggling for recognition. click
333) Oriani's paper that was rejected by Phys Rev C without sending it referees. click
334) For an item devoted to an ongoing Canada project (to be shown to me). still waiting
335) A draft of my Catania 2007 workshop paper. click
336) Catania 2007 paper as submitted, after the workshop. click
337) Catania 2007 paper on nuclear radiation inside a glow discharge cell. click
338) Voices from an interesting discussion about theories. click
339) Three body orbiting: macroscopic and submicroscopic. click
340) Speeding up radioactive decay: why is it not used to destroy radioactive waste? click
342) Two speculative messages from theoretically-oriented people click

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