The First Highly Reproducible "Cold Fusion" Protocol!
Don't Believe Us? No Problem--We Can Prove It!
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"Cold fusion" is no longer considered "junk-science" but is consistently gaining wider acceptance. If you want to see why cold fusion is gaining more respect among scientists, see the following link:
Flux Innovation LLC is the FIRST AND ONLY institution to acheive HIGHLY REPRODUCIBLE "COLD FUSION"! Don't believe us? No problem--we would be glad to demonstrate green sustainable energy to well-qualified investors.
It took over 10 years and thousands of failed experiments before excess heat was finally achieved. From there, the experimental protocol rapidly improved until reaching its current status of "highly reproducible" (only significant departures from the straightforward experimental protocol results in failure to demonstrate excess heat)....a status unequaled by any other institution in the world!
Yes. EarthTech International in Austin, Texas (www.eathtech.org) reproduced excess heat claims on just their second try!
About one-half hour drive north of Salt Lake City, Utah.
If you can convince me that you are reputable, well-qualified investor(s) willing to sign a sweeping Non-Disclosure/Non-Compete Agreement, then the answer is likely "YES." However, the prospective investor will have to pay for all costs associated with their travel.
This scenario is not ideal but will be seriously considered for the right investors. The prospective investor(s) would be required to pay for all costs associated with our travel and provide a suitable location to perform the experiment. Keep in mind, it takes about 48 hours to set up the experiment and demonstrate excess, anomalous heat.
The quantity of excess heat acheived has recently improved significantly thanks to improvements in the protocol. In the recent past, we acheived about 145 percent excess heat relative electrical energy input. More rarely, we acheived about 165 percent excess heat. However, we now consistently acheive 2.0 to 2.1 heat output relative electrical energy input!
Our approach toward so called "cold fusion" is very different and unique as compared to any existing approach. In other words, the same thing that makes our anomalous, excess heat unique and highly reproducible should also serve to make it patentable.
Actually, no. Although I cannot yet be sure, I personally believe that ALL legitimate claims of excess heat from so called "cold fusion" come from an entirely different, exotic source of energy that has not yet been properly described by the scientific community. In fact, according to a February, 2023 "Cold Fusion" entry in Wikipedia, excess heat has been reported using nickel cathodes in light water rather than the original heavy water and palladium. If researchers are trying to force fusion to occur where there is no nuclear effect to be found, then that could explain the low reproducibility that has plagued "cold fusion" claims.