On his Ca$h Flow show, James Martinez has done some great interviews with cold fusion [LENR, LANR, and CANR] scientists, authors, as well as politicians and artists all discussing this most important science.

Beginning with Edmund Storms, Michael McKubre, Peter Hagelstein, and most recently, David Nagel, we’ve been treated to an inside look at an area of scientific research with a story that could double as a serial drama, a drama going on for 21 years.

That’s how long cold fusion researchers have been working on a completely new kind of science: a source of power generation that’s not conventional nuclear fusion, and it’s not cold, but some new kind of process that produces nuclear-power-sized energy using a fuel derived from sea-water.

And with an estimated sum total of $100 million invested over that same 21 years, these scientists, looked upon by their fellow peers as a fringe element, have managed to produce tens of megawatts of power from tiny fractions of a gram of a metal called palladium – and not just palladium, but other metals as well. Energy output has been produced from 25, and now to possibley 400, times the input energy!

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Let me repeat that: Energy output has been produced from 25 to possibly 400 times the energy input.

How does 2 kilowatts of power (that’s twenty 100-watt light-bulbs) generated from a sugar-cube sized piece of metal that ran for three months sound to you?

What if your power bill was 1/25 it’s current amount? What if it was 1/400 it’s current amount, and – you only had to pay once a couple of months? I ask you, how would that change your life?

Meanwhile, we fiddle around with the call, or rather, the continual rant, to drill the last drops of our precious hydrocarbon resources out the the most dangerous places, with the energy output to input ratio from said hydrocarbons dwindling hourly, while this promising area of research into clean energy goes on with no proper funding.

In his most recent interview, James prompted Professor Nagel to describe a funding scenario, devised by him and his colleagues, that presents a reasoned approach to programmed funding for this new energy research that has suffered so long from under-investment. He described a 5-year program starting at $20 million a year and ramping up to $40 million annually, an average of $30 million a year for five years to bring this research to the next phase, and more importantly, as Dr. Nagel describes, bring a young group of scientists into this field of research to continue to innovate and drive the next-generation energy for our planet.

What a great plan, and a great way to present to the Department of Energy, the National Research Council, and our elected officials in charge of funding these programs.

Letters must go to these Senate Committees:

1. Commerce, Science and Transportation
2. Energy and Natural Resources
3. Environment and Public Works

Letters must go to these House Committees:

1. Energy and Commerce
2. Science and Technology
3. House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming

These folks need to hear from us.
They need to hear that we want a new energy paradigm.
We want funding for this clean energy research.

Considering the cash thrown around these days, how much would you be willing to put up for a green nuclear power; power with a million times more energy than traditional chemical burning of gas and oil?

How much for a clean nuclear power with no harmful radiation, no radio-active waste, no CO2 emissions, decentralized, and scalable to both small and large power devices?

How much to be a leader in the world, discovering a new kind of physics, one that has never been seen before, and one that could create a renaissance of technology and exploration, without the need for resource wars?

Perhaps those who have the purse-strings would fund jobs for young scientists, so they don’t have to chase their jobs to India, China, and Russia, to get support?

Doom and gloom is everywhere and darkness reigns over our land in a great shadow of oil. Earth’s people have been rubbed together and there’s no where else to go. We need to confront our physical reality on this planet squarely.

We don’t need look back anymore, or waste another second with The Losers.
There is no more time.

The answer to systemic collapse is to focus on clean, light living and turn towards the solutions. Throw in with the best people who work on providing positive solutions to our problems, who work to better humanity, and themselves in the process, and who work to provide a future for all the people of this planet with a clean, green, and peaceful energy technology.

We can change our way of living. We’ve done it before.
And we’ll do it again. How we do it, is our choice.

To listen to James’ interviews on cold fusion, and start turning towards your solutions, go to the Cold Fusion Radio page and download some mp3s.

Get your chip body educated, and you can’t help but be lifted up out of the murky status quo the rest of our bodies seem to accept.