Short Review of the Best Videos, TV Shows and Movies About Cold Fusion Energy
Generally, science fiction has summarily neglected cold fusion, because it doesn’t have big explosions. There are no radioactive poisons or deadly effects from gaseous components to create human monsters or uninhabitable worlds. Fringe is the only show that you will regularly hear or see the words: Cold Fusion. Fringe very beginning Title clips, show the word “Cold Fusion,” among the science discoveries yet to be fully explained.
CBS News 60 Minutes has taken a break in reporting the fashion of celebrity divas and presented us
with an eye-opening look at Cold Fusion with a program entitled. “Cold Fusion More than Junk Science.” using the term, “Junk Science“, coined by the
detractors of the Low Energy Nuclear Reactions found by esteemed scientists 21 years ago.
This is undoubtedly the best examination of cold fusion by mainstream media The program traces the demise of interest in the technology deemed
“cold fusion,” that was presented to the world in March, 1989. The show skates around how the process was repressed at that time, in favor of “Hot” fusion research and petroleum development. The program features a current scientist at the SRI lab, Dr. McKubre, who uses much the same “abandoned” technology and has found consistent excess heat. It balances his presentation with words from one opponent, a renown developer of nuclear fission Dr. Richard Garvin. Additionally, it traces recent development on Low Energy reactions and mentions numerous cases of government sponsorship. CBS brought in their own non-believer to explore and test an Israeli cold fusion program. To his surprise, the expert physicist found credible evidence of excess heat that could not be explained other than with a nuclear reaction. Although they interviewed Dr. Fleischmann there was no mention of the deliberate actions of MIT to alter the results of data, to disparage the results of the of the Pons Fleischmann experiments. The program also failed to update their current information to include the technology by Focardi, Rossi and the E-Cat. Other than those two omissions it was a well done and thought provoking program for anyone.
The best presentation of the entire subject was a Documentary episode from a TV show “Phenomenon: The Lost Archives,” aired in 2000. The full video is available to replay at Forbidden Knowledge TV as “Cold Fusion Suppressed Technology.”
I recommend this for anyone who wants to know the truth about cold fusion and why the technology has not spread throughout the world. It also shows anyone that cold fusion really is the wave of the future. There is an abundance of information on many people and areas currently working on cold fusion.
For modern developments there are several sources of video’s many of which appear on
U-tube. The best source is:
This shows pictures and video of working devices and commentary from noted scientists working in
the area of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. They also answer your questions from about the technology in the blog posts.
Another good source of new video, pictures and information is:
This is a Swedish Site, so using the translator may be required. There also seems to be a bit of bias in favor of Swedish scientists in evaluating the technology, but other that that it is quite an informative set of additional videos.
A Twilight zone had an episode titled “Cold
Fusion,” which took place in a frozen part of Alaska and was a play on words. No cold Fusion was here. Although There was another “Cold Fusion” movie in the 90’s set in Alaska also, that was about a man isolated in the north working on obtaining unlimited
energy. It seems that this one may be about cold fusion. However, it appears that Hollywood seems to think “cold” fusion means really cold.
Another Movie called “Cold Fusion” that was released in February 2011. It was a UFO movie with the premise that a UFO crashed in 1949. Rumors were afoot the technology was obtained and developed by the Russians, and fell into the wrong hands after the fall of the Soviet Union. Nuclear attacks began around the world. The mission of the protagonists were to find the rogue faction and stop them. It may not have anything to do with cold fusion, but using it as a word play on cold war, but there are nuclear explosions.
Two other “Movies” are worthy of particular note. Both are presented by former MIT Science Professors and are more or less “Home Movies.”
The first is Infinite Energy's own 70-minute video documentary, “Cold Fusion: Fire from Water.” produced by Dr. Eugene Mallove, the professor who resigned from MIT because of the MIT fraud regarding the Pons Fleischmann affair. U-tube part 1
The other is Keith Johnson's 90-minute techno-thriller “Breaking Symmetry"
science “thriller,” regarding the subject. Trailer here:
The full movie is available at Amazon.com