by Steven B. Krivit and Nadine Winocur
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Informs the general public about the science and significance of this new field of energy research. The original promise of cold fusion-nuclear energy in a tabletop device without harmful radiation-has gained increasing credibility with scientists around the world who have now replicated it hundreds of times through a variety of methods. Through investigative reports and firsthand interviews with cold fusion researchers and critics, this book vividly portrays how the social and political environment failed to support scientific objectivity and resulted in the premature rejection of what may, in fact, turn out to be the planet's greatest hope for survival.
2004, 298 pages, Paperback