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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103 View Post
When myth busters is brought into a scientific discussion seriously, I die a little inside.
The Mythbusters are the layman's scientists. Sure, they're not very precise, nor do they properly follow the scientific method in some [read: many] instances, but they help create an interest in science.

In a serious scientific discussion, they have no place, but this isn't a board where a college degree in chemistry and nuclear physics is needed to post in related threads.

On topic:

I agree with waiting until peer review before forming a significant opinion. I'll remain optimistic, but uncommitted.
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Hmmm in theory can I drop a cold fusion on top of the CPU, to power the computer and chill that CPU at the same time?
    
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Hmmm in theory can I drop a cold fusion on top of the CPU, to power the computer and chill that CPU at the same time?
I wanna know this
good thinkin batman
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Hmmm in theory can I drop a cold fusion on top of the CPU, to power the computer and chill that CPU at the same time?
Not sure how serious you are asking this question (even if only wanting to know in theory), but it wouldn't cool your CPU.

The concept of cold fusion is to achieve fusion without the currently required massive external energy inputs. 'Cold' is just relative to current fusion requirements, it's still not going to be cold enough to take heat away from your CPU
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I have ZERO faith in those mythbusting shows after there was a discussion in one of my threads on OCN about recycling and people kept referencing Penn & Teller's 'Bull****'.....sadly their stance itself was BS and they cherrypicked a lot of facts in order for those facts to support their incorrect notion that recycling does more harm than good.
Mythbuster's does ok when it comes to showing a proof of concept one way or another, but they tend to miss the finer details, especially when they go to test something that may of taken years of practice to get right... simply dismissing it as impossible or improbable... well, if your a mythbuster coming in off the street, yes impossible.

However, free-energy machines and or free motion machines do not work. The use of nuclear forces works on completely different levels, and while not free, yields a huge return of energy for a small amount of material/mass. Simply due to not accounting for a material or a process does not make that material consumption or unaccounted for process "free". You want fusion power... buy a solar panel.
 
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Theyre confusing me... Energy catalyzer? Doesnt that mean that it shouldnt get used up? And then they say it turned into a mixture of Fe and Cu and Ni? Huh....?
If u read the entire Article it says it uses some sort of Nickel powder as fuel.

And that those 100g Nickel equals 2 Tons of Oil, they also say that they testet the Fuel after use in two seperate labs and it clearly showed sings of Atomic Reactions cause after the fuel was used up it had up to 10% of diffrent Copper isotopes in it with diffrent core weight etc. So the Nickel is definatly catching Neutrons and Protons That jump around in the Water wich in some way is Fusion.

And also is pretty cool in transmuteing Elements if the figure out how it works.
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You lot do know that there have been THOUSANDS of free energy devices made but EVERY SINGLE ONE gets brought off buy the oil company's to suppress it, same will happen to this.
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There was a thread about this back in january:
http://www.overclock.net/technology-...onstrated.html

Here a straight link to that physorg article:
http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-01-...ion-video.html
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You lot do know that there have been THOUSANDS of free energy devices made but EVERY SINGLE ONE gets brought off buy the oil company's to suppress it, same will happen to this.
No such thing as "free energy". You will always lose a small percentage during the conversion process. You can't create more then you started with.
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Cold fusion doesn't imply that it's actually cold, as in sub ambient temperatures, simply that it can occur without the tremendous heat and pressures found inside stars.
    
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