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First Commercially-Available Cold Fusion Energy Catalyzer: Fast Facts
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Rucker
Fri Jul 01 2011, 04:10pm
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AngelofDeath
Fri Jul 01 2011, 08:50pm
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This is not cold fusion and I've studied this topic. This has been around for about 15 years now and there are power plants that work with this tech. The thing is though it's just too expensive and not enough power to be cost effective. Maybe in a few years when they optimize the process will we see more of this. Nice to see they're haven't given up and are still working on it. nice find ruck
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AngelofDeath
Tue Jul 05 2011, 07:59pm
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1 MW of power is not nearly enough for a power plant, it can only power a small town.

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This thing produces 500 MW of power, but still not enough to cover the costs. It's a nice experiment though and a potential future substitute for fission reactors.
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Mage
Thu Jul 07 2011, 07:11pm
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if you want ColdFusion go to this site lol, version 9 has an native orm framwork based on hibernate but its a great little language as a whole tbh
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