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They have many papers showing cold fusion works yes they didnt follow normal scientific ways of publishing there papers but they should not be chastised for this where are u getting this info, they just dont know how they are doing it please watch the vid i posted, they are getting heat and energy output without radiation its still in its infancy, but please stop saying it doesnt work and watch the video i posted its a good start there are many people still working on this:rolleyes:

Apart from being one of the cheesiest things I've ever seen ("Heavy Watergate," really?) I like how that video completely ignores the fact that most of the groups that attempted to reproduce their results said they were unsuccessful, and many of the ones that initially said they did later retracted their statements having found error in their testing methodology.
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It took 200 years before microbiology was reconized and all those guys where labeled crazy, but now look where its at, mainstream scientists told the wright bros human flight was impossible see where im going with this

Down a slippery slope is where you are going.
    
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Finally we might see some less expensive gasoline.

Gas costs 3 bucks here per liter... and 1 liter = 0,26 gallons
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Finally we might see some less expensive gasoline.

Gas costs 3 bucks here per liter... and 1 liter = 0,26 gallons
$2,36 per liter here ^^. Still feels expensive though
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At full-scale production, Joule expects to deliver diesel and ethanol for as little as $20/bble and $0.60/gallon respectively, including current subsidies.
This. THIS.

Now where's the bacteria that makes drop-in butanol/gasoline/petrol? Maybe a few kinks with it still? Still being developed a bit?
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hell's yes! It been a long time coming. Cant wait!
    
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Where can I buy stock in this company?
     
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Sorry but this will never get released, the oil company's will just buy them out for millions of dollars.
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Sorry but this will never get released, the oil company's will just buy them out for millions of dollars.
Your opinion is welcome but, you're not looking at reality.

4 billion pissed off, underpaid, overworked people > millions of dollars the oil companies have.
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Your opinion is welcome but, you're not looking at reality.

4 billion pissed off, underpaid, overworked people > millions of dollars the oil companies have.
I agree. If they were going to buy them out they would have done it long before they got into the production phase and released this news about a "highly secretive" U.S. biotech company.
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I agree. If they were going to buy them out they would have done it long before they got into the production phase and released this news about a "highly secretive" U.S. biotech company.
It's still possible, however.
This article was posted a few months ago, and we haven't received much of it since, not even a "breaking news" in media outlet.

Which might lead to the conclusion that this technology is years, maybe even decades away from being anywhere near production-state or commercially.

This is perhaps why oil companies haven't acted upon it, they will silently wait this out, after this technology will start to take shape and might endanger the oil market, that's when you strike, not when a bunch of scientists say they developed a new way.

The oil market, is a blueprint for many product, since oil is used in nearly everything we have, much of the purchase price is dependant on the oil price. If somebody were to introduce a new way to create a fossil fuel or the perfect alternative for it, the market would crash, it would be the worst recession ever.
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