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Use in science fiction for cold fusion
Posted by Mike Wells on 9/16/2003, 3:43 pm
Hi Bert, I dabble in science fiction writing, and I am working on a story, in which a character discovers how to perform cold fusion. My original idea was to have him create a molecular vise out of piso-Bucky balls, but he has to create it in his garage. Probably too far-fetched for a garage experiment. I read about your coin shrinking in Theodore Gray's article in October 2003 Popular Science and was intrigued. Would it be possible to generate enough force using your coin shrinker or a more powerful one to fuse hydrogen inside a metal plug?
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