Okay, it's Infowars, and its full of conspiracy theories, but drop your prejudice and listen to what the physicist, Robert W George, has to say. He has two cold fusion devices already running and a company in South Korea is ready to start commercially producing the units. A small unit in your kitchen with a volume of water about the size of a pea in it could supply your home with energy for 15 years.
30 years ago some scientists working on cold fusion claimed to have achieved it, but the US government got three American companies to check it out whose scientists were waiting for huge research grants for studying hot fusion and so they discredited the new technology. Some of these scientists have since been taken to court and successfully sued but you never got to hear about this in our corporate owned media. Big business just wants the oil pumps to keep running. Ever since cold fusion got discredited scientists from all over the world have been unable to get research grants.
Just think if Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, as it is called, had been developed all those years back, the Middle East could have been left alone, millions wouldn't be dead, and ISIS wouldn't exist.
David Knight talks to Robert George of Brillouin Energy Corp, about LENR - Low Energy Nuclear Reaction technology that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has said “could revolutionize energy production and storage...[and] produce the greatest transformation of the battlefield for US forces since the transition from horsepower to gasoline power.”
Replacing an petroleum based economy with an abundant, compact, clean (no emission, no radiation, no pollution) energy generation system would be disruptive not only to competing forms of energy generation, but to the central banking system based upon the petrodollar. It would also decentralize energy control, removing our dependency on a centralized power grid
We look at the state of the art in what has been labeled “cold fusion” technology and at the opposition from vested money & political interests who don’t want to see this disruptive technology come to fruition