“My Opinion on Cold Nuclear Fusion” (Sergey Tsvtkov)

There is an article published last monoth on the Russian news website Regnum written by Sergey Alekseevich Tsvetkov, who is a long-time cold fusion researcher a member of the Coordination Council of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences on the issue of Cold Transmutation.

His article is titled “My opinion on cold nuclear fusion” at the 30-year-old Cold Synthesis Conference: Results and Prospects held on March 23, 2019 in Moscow.

https://regnum.ru/news/2606951.html

The article is in Russian, so all excerpts here are Google-translated.

He provides a comprehensive review of the field of CF/LENR starting from the time of Pons and Fleischmann up to the present day, focusing especially on Russian research. He also reports on his own experiments using a titanium-deuterium system.

Here is an excerpt:

“According to calculations, an excess heat of 360 W per 7 g of titanium was obtained. If you count it on a 100-gram sample, you get an excess heat source of about 7 kW. The energy intensity of such a heat source will be 52.2 W / g of titanium, which is higher than the energy release of the WWR-1000 reactor, for which it is 45.5 W / g of uranium. That is, this is a significant heat release that can be converted and used as heat or as electricity.”

His conclusion:

Prospects for cold fusion

It is impossible to tell in detail about all aspects and directions of development that arise in the process of studying this amazing phenomenon of cold nuclear fusion. You can only identify the main directions, each of which requires a serious and lengthy discussion. At the moment I would highlight the following areas:

1. Getting heat and electricity.

2. Processing of nuclear waste from nuclear power plants and other industries.

3. Synthesis of tritium is much cheaper in cost than currently available in nuclear reactors.

4. Synthesis of precious metals and rare isotopes.

5. Getting oxygen from carbon dioxide.

6. Creating a gamma laser.

7. Space, aviation, auto and railway engines using technology.

Nobody wants to waste time today on understanding the mechanisms of cold nuclear fusion, although logic suggests that there was first a synthesis of the elements, and now we use them using fission reactions or simply burning fossil fuels. Humanity is vital to the transition to nature-like, cyclical technologies that will meet the needs of people without disturbing the natural balance and gyres. The key technology in this transition today is the cold fusion technology of cold transmutation of nuclei. The transition to new nuclear technologies allows solving simultaneously the main energy, resource and environmental global problems.

Cold nuclear fusion is the gift of the Creator. Sin is not to take advantage of them. We must learn to use it.

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Подробности: https://regnum.ru/news/2606951.html
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Подробности: https://regnum.ru/news/2606951.html
Любое использование материалов допускается только при наличии гиперссылки на ИА REGNUM.

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