Power In A Jar: The Debate Heats UpOtis Port
Nearly four years have passed since two noted chemists, Martin Fleischmann and B. Stanley Pons, mesmerized the world with the claim that cheap energy could be gotten from water using a simple electrochemical cell. After months of work by hundreds of labs failed to replicate "fusion in a jar," most scientists rejected the idea. Some even branded it "con fusion."
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