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Cold Fusion - energy source of the future
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Constance Concetino
2011-08-27 16:26:40 UTC
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Cold Fusion: A Story of Suppressed Technology (46:07 youtube
program)

http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/suppressed-technology/cold-fusion-a-story-of-suppressed-technology.html

Proponents Ridiculed by Official Science
Destroyed & Silenced

This documentary was produced as an episode of the US TV series
"Phenomenon: The Lost Archives" and it originally aired in 2000, the
last year a TV series like that could likely get made.

It tells a vile story of large-scale corruption in science and the
personal destruction of an accomplished American scientist, who has
since forfeited his US citizenship and become a national of France.
His elder work partner had a more deadpanned response: "People were
telling us, 'What are you trying to do? Break the laws of nuclear
physics?' And that's exactly what we were doing - and succeeding, you
see."

Ten years have come and gone since this show aired - and 21 years
since Pons & Fleischmann offered their discovery to the world. We've
heard a lot more about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the
intervening years than we have about cold fusion.
"...the greatest harm sustained by men and planet in this sorry tale
is caused by nuclear radiation. Men have gone far astray in the
development of this most dangerous energetic source. Led astray by
greed, and the false hope of vast profits, they have concentrated
their experiments in ‘taming’ the most dangerous source of energy ever
discovered by man, neglecting, meanwhile, a perfectly safe alternative
use of the energy of the atom. Atomic fusion, cold and harmless, could
be theirs from a simple isotope of water, everywhere available in the
oceans, seas and rivers, and in every shower of rain.
Man must cease his ‘toying with death’. Atomic fission is the result
of the atomic bombs which destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki; which
erupted in Chernobyl and causes, subtly, death and sickness today. It
is “that which stands where it ought not” and which must be renounced
by man if he would prosper further.
Earth scientists are confident that they have, indeed, tamed the
monster, and can keep it under control. They do not realize that their
instruments are crude indeed, that they measure only the lower aspects
of nuclear radiation, that stretching above these dense-physical
levels are levels finer and more dangerous to the health and
well-being of all. But for the tireless efforts of our Extra-planetary
Brothers in assuaging this invisible peril in so far as the karmic law
allows, our plight would be perilous indeed. Wake up, mankind!
http://www.share-international.org/magazine/old_issues/2011/2011-07.htm#featurespecialis
Cold fusion using deuterium & the isotope of hydrogen, will be used
soon. Eventually it will replace the nuclear power plants.
Cold Fusion is safe: There are almost no by-products concerning
radioactivity; and deuterium is superabundant in the waters of the
oceans and rivers of the world.
When the necessary amount of energy, time and money is made available
this will come about. This will be soon.
Q. Is the complete cessation of all activities involving nuclear Q. Is
the complete cessation of all activities involving nuclear energy
produced by fission likely to take place within the next 25 years?
A. Yes.
Q. A certain amount of nuclear energy is needed for medical
applications – does the world also need to phase that out? What would
replace it in the short term?
A. This will be superseded by the coming advanced form of genetic
engineering.
http://www.share-international.org/magazine/old_issues/2011/2011-07.htm#featurespecialis
[The best] advice is that all nuclear plants should be closed as soon
as possible. (1) Scientists say that nuclear energy is cleaner than
carbon-based energy;(2) There are no really efficient alternatives.
(3) So much money is invested in the nuclear industry it is virtually
impossible to extricate our economies from it.
Could you please comment on the issues raised above?

A. (1) In terms of carbon yes, but not in terms of destructiveness.
(2) The alternative is the fusion process of nuclear energy. It does
not depend on fission. It is clean, cold, does not provide waste and
according to the Master Djwhal Khul (who gave the Alice A.Bailey
teachings) requires only a simple isotope of water, available
worldwide, in order to satisfy our need for power. There are various
formulae for the fusion process, some of which have already been
bought up by branches of the oil industry to protect their domain. (3)
This is true of the more sophisticated industrial nations but not for
the whole world. We do not need power stations based on nuclear
fission. They are out of date and extremely dangerous.

Q....how can the world’s energy needs be met in the short to medium
term, supposing that the world follows... [the wise] advice to stop
using nuclear energy.

A. The cold fusion proces

source:
http://www.share-international.org/magazine/old_issues/2011/2011-07.htm#featurespecialis


Now is the time for scientists and other forward thinking people to
seek discoveries for the good of the human family. The time for the
brightest scientists to seek discoveries for personal gain has past.
The best ideas/results will come to those who are dedicated to the
advancement of our civilization.


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Was it not the so-called professed authorities in times gone by, as
they are today, who criticized and disparaged everything proposed for
the betterment of man? The kind of proof demanded was premature and
could not in wisdom be given. But time and patience finally
vindicated
those who brought forth the ideas. Humanity is that much better off
today because of them—not because of the skeptics! It is no different
today..." George Adamski

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"...every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on
the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert
myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am
still receiving."
Albert Einstein
Prai Jei
2011-08-28 07:09:45 UTC
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Constance Concetino set the following eddies spiralling through the
Post by Constance Concetino
Ten years have come and gone since this show aired - and 21 years
since Pons & Fleischmann offered their discovery to the world. We've
heard a lot more about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the
intervening years than we have about cold fusion.
All they need to do is immerse the whole thing in polywater and hook up a
powerful N-ray generator to their rig to start the cold fusion reaction
off, and success is assured.

Oh yes. The outer cladding of the reactor must be pyramid-shaped.
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