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01-02-2012, 04:30 AM
The History of MITís Blatant Suppression of Cold Fusion

Note: While I have not authored this article, it appears to me to be extremely important for readers of Veterans Today and to represent another effort by powerful institutions to deprive American citizens and the worldís population the benefits of a new form of free energy technology to keep gas and oil profits up. ó Jim Fetzer

A stunning report written by the late Eugene Mallove details the efforts of professors, researchers, and even the former President of MIT to squash cold fusion at all costs. If you have any doubt that Pons and Fleischmann had enemies desperately trying to discredit them, this article will erase it! A funeral party or wake to mock cold fusion was held by biased hot fusion scientists at MIT before their experiment to replicate Pons and Fleischmannís results was even complete!

The History of MITís Blatant Suppression of Cold Fusion
By Hank Mills with Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Due to the fact that commercially-ready cold fusion technologies like Andrea Rossiís E-Cat (Energy Catalyzer) exist and can produce kilowatts of power, Iím not too interested in previous systems from years ago that could only produce a couple watts of power (or less). However, I am very interested in the events that took place immediately after the birth of Cold Fusion in 1989, when Pons and Fleischmann announced the existence of their technology to the world. Although cold fusion systems at the time were not ready for the market place, they proved the effect was real ó a fact the establishment could not allow the public to accept.

Immediately after the announcement was made, the ďmainstreamĒ scientific community went on the attack. The late Eugene Mallove was in the middle of it, being employed at MIT in the news office ó before resigning in protest of the institutionís misconduct. In a featured article for Infinite Energy Magazine, Mallove detailed exactly what took place that led to his resignation, and the depth of hatred that many professors at MIT had for Pons and Fleischmannís work. The article titled, ďMIT and Cold Fusion: A Special ReportĒ also looks at how the replication performed by the institutionís Plasma Fusion Center actually did produce positive results, how data from the experiment was altered by unknown individuals at least twice, and how the hot fusion scientists in charge of such tests were far too biased to conduct proper research.

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