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What Happened to Cold Fusion?

Cafe Sci Silicon Valley: What Happened to Cold Fusion?

(Pt 1 of 8) Introduction
Video Description: "Cold fusion was hot about 20 years ago, and then it faded almost into oblivion after being discredited as unrealistic. Today, it may be time to re-evaluate its potential. At Café Scientifique Silicon Valley on Oct. 11, Mike McKubre reported on the state of the field, reasons to have hope and confidence in cold fusion as a potentially unlimited energy source, and the basis for continuing skepticism."

(Pt 2 of 8) Major Segments
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre describes major segments and research directions in his presentation "What Happened to Cold Fusion" at Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley, 10/11/11."

(Pt 3 of 8) Dept. of Energy Reference
Video Description: "During his 10/11/11 Cafe Scientifique talk, "What Happened to Cold Fusion", SRI's Mike McKubre explains research presented to the Department of Energy."

(Pt 4 of 8) Conditions
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre talks about cold fusion at the 10/11/11 Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley."

(Pt 5 of 8) Gas-Loading Experiments
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre describes gas loading experiments in his presentation "What Happened to Cold Fusion" at Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley, 10/11/11."

(Pt 6 of 8) Experiments by Italian Scientists
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre discusses the role of Italian scientists in his presentation "What Happened to Cold Fusion" at Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley, 10/11/11."
[Note: Discusses Andrea Rossi E-CAT (Energy Catalizer) device, he's not too sure about it, about 3:50 into the video]

(Pt 7 of 8) Recap
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre recaps his discussion on cold fusion at a Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley event on 10/11/11."

(Pt 8 of 8) Q&A Discussion
Video Description: "SRI's Mike McKubre takes questions from the audience about cold fusion at the 10/11/11 Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley."
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