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-Issue 3 was the last glossy, full-color magazine published, but Wayne continued to put out Cold Fusion until at least late 1996, as a smaller journal/​newsletter. Numerous ​cold fusion ​papers were published in it.+Issue 3 was the last glossy, full-color magazine published, but Wayne continued to put out Cold Fusion until at least late 1996, as a smaller journal/​newsletter. Numerous ​Cold Fusion ​papers were published in it.
  
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 One of these days someone with the money to develop a practical cold fusion-powered unit will put one on the market, probably about the size of a kitchen dish washer, which will provide all the heat and electricity a family could need, and at a tiny fraction the cost of oil or electricity today. Well, there will go the power grid. [Removed an ethnic reference here about the brokers of Oil, don't want to offend anyone with science today do we? :-( .] One of these days someone with the money to develop a practical cold fusion-powered unit will put one on the market, probably about the size of a kitchen dish washer, which will provide all the heat and electricity a family could need, and at a tiny fraction the cost of oil or electricity today. Well, there will go the power grid. [Removed an ethnic reference here about the brokers of Oil, don't want to offend anyone with science today do we? :-( .]
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 +====== Andrea A. Rossi 2011 ======
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 +This Cold Fusion page with not be complete with out mentioning Andrea A. Rossi'​s Cold Fusion Generator.
 +I covered this in my [[http://​blog.softwaresafety.net|Software Safety Blog]] in 2011, so I will not repeat myself here:
 +//​[[http://​blog.softwaresafety.net/​2011/​06/​will-cold-fusion-or-solar-powered.html|Will Cold Fusion or the solar powered bikini, the iKini, power your next embedded system?]]//
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 +One comment I will make here, is that one demo photo showed equipment using plastic buckets. ​ If the device were to work as that photo claimed, the buckets would have melted...
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 ====== Cold Fusion Today ====== ====== Cold Fusion Today ======