Scientific American: LENR ‘May Have Legit Results’

Scientific American has reprinted the article covering LENR/SunCell written by Steven K. Ritter which was recently published in the American Chemical Society’s Chemical and Engineering News. The only change that I can find is that it has a new title and subtitle:

“Cold Fusion Lives On, with Experiments Creating Energy When None Should Exist; The field, now called low-energy nuclear reactions, may have legit results—or be stubborn junk science” https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/cold-fusion-lives-on-with-experiments-creating-energy-when-none-should-exist/

It’s interesting to me that Scientific American would want to obtain permission from Chemical and Engineering News to republish this since it’s on such a controversial topic. It’s almost like they think something’s going on, but they don’t want yet to go out on a limb to cover it themselves.

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