Future new-energy scientist: “Allow cold fusion to flourish.”

Now a sophomore in high-school, Eric‘s class projects are all about fusion power and what it would mean for our planet.

While most of his school peers don’t understand the importance of energy for their future, Eric remembers first hearing about cold fusion when he was around 8 years old – from his dad.

James Martinez interviewed this young man on his Ca$h Flow show Thursday Dec. 2, and asked Eric how his interest on Cold Fusion became sparked so strongly.

Eric described a book he read by Michio Kaku called Hyperspace, which categorizes civilizations into three types based on their energy usage and technological development where the higher their technological development, the more their energy usage.

Type 1 civilizations control planetary forces such as hurricanes and earthquakes.
Type 2 civilizations have spread out into the solar system, establishing themselves on the outer planets and moons.
Type 3 civilizations have colonized their galaxy.

Earth is currently ranked as a Type 0 civilization, since we are still using fossil fuels. Eric estimated that about roughly 180 petawatts, or 180 quadrillion watts, of power is available to our planet, but the human race only uses about 10 terawatts, or ten trillion watts of power.

Showing more understanding than most adults, this remarkable 10th-grader notes that “energy needs grow exponentially“. He quotes Michio Kaku as saying we could be a Type 1 civilization within 100-200 years, and it’s fusion power that can take us there.

This is what prompted his study of nuclear physics and cold fusion.

Initially, his teachers at school were surprised to hear about the cold fusion effect, and like most people, were worried about the effects of radiation. After they learned there is no dangerous radiation emitted like in hot-fusion reactions, and no radioactive waste generated like conventional nuclear fission, Eric’s teachers now fully support his cold fusion research projects.

It was Jed Rothwell’s book Cold Fusion and the Future that influenced his ideas on how cold fusion technologies will change our planet. Eric believes that the first applications of this technology will be home-heating and transportation, and that the electric grid will be obsolesced by smaller decentralized power units. While there will most certainly be disturbances from the implementation of this new technology, overall, he said, “the positive effects will far outweigh the negative effects.”

He also learned from his father that the reason cold fusion energy science has been marginalized was because older scientists have trouble accepting new ideas. This is why Eric is careful about choosing a college to attend: he wants to go where cold fusion science has supportive professors so he can eventually “work with the leaders in the field, who know the most information.”

With kids like this riding the wave of new energy science, hope remains strong for a positive future on this planet. We look forward to hearing more from this young man, and others like him.

It’s up to us grown-ups to put our youth on the right path of discovery and invention, fully engaging them to find the solutions so desperately needed on our planet today. Perhaps there’s someone in your local school who is waiting to be inspired.

If you have a science background, drop by your neighborhood high-school, and make a donation of your time by giving a talk on new energy science. You can also make a big difference by donating books and DVDs on new energy science to your local high-school library, or media resource center.

Listen to the interview with this amazing young man by going to the Cash-flow archives for Thursday, December 2, or, download the .mp3 directly from our Cold Fusion Now audio page and be inspired to make a difference yourself.

The power of words

If the world is waves, then sound, and word, hold power.

Do you doubt this?

Last Thursday, November 11 on his Ca$h Flow show, James Martinez read an email written by the parent of one young future scientist, 12 year-old Sasha.

Sasha became inspired by Dr. Jan Marwan‘s interview from the previous week, and decided to take action.

Listen to this excerpt to hear what she did…

2010-11-11–1200–Martinez James reading letter -short by Cold Fusion Now

Keep talking.

Tell the story.

Say the words.

Cold fusion now!

New energy outreach: Success

The 10/10/10 Global Work Party happened all around the world, and Cold Fusion Now represented here in Eureka, CA. The forecast was Cold – and it was – raining, with a gusty Pacific breeze.

Still, we set-up at the downtown Gazebo with a table full of new energy info, initially covered from the rain.

Cold Fusion Now
Cold Fusion Now homemade banner for 10-10-10 Outreach Event

A little droopy from the drizzle, but people saw us from down the block with this homemade banner.

These are some of the materials people looked at. Some people wrote down the names of the books and authors.

Cold fusion books and materials
Cold fusion books and materials were on display.

Finally the rain stopped enough, and people came strolling by. We had about 35 people actively discussing energy issues and got 30 signatures for our letter to Energy Secretary Chu. Three people stopped to talk here, but only the young man signed the letter.

Cold Fusion Now talked with people about new energy from cold fusion in the streets.

We gave away “new energy starter kits” with some info on the basic physics of energy, a Cold Fusion Now sticker, and a few lucky (the most interested) got a free issue of Infinite-Energy compliments of Infinite-Energy.

Fun giveaways
Learning is a pleasure with the free cold fusion energy fun pack!

I used diagrams to explain what deuterium was.

A diagram showing hydrogen and its isotopes
A diagram showing hydrogen and its isotopes helped people see the fuel of tomorrow.

People were overwhelmingly receptive and supportive. Everyone who stopped to speak with us is really ready for change. We had some wonderful conversations about energy, and the differences between types of nuclear power. I think this is an issue I will pursue further at future outreach events. People just are confused at what the word “nuclear” means.

People were excited at the possibilities of a clean energy future.

Cold Fusion Now did what they could today to communicate the importance of funding LENR research. And we look forward to more events where the focus is on real solutions to our energy crisis in the future. It wasn’t just about doin right, it was fun, too!

Help correct Wolfram Alpha

Perhaps y’all know about Wolfram Alpha, the search/computational engine from Stephan Wolfram.

Well if you look up “cold fusion”, the response is erroneous.

However, there is a Feedback box right below it. I have entered feedback asking them to correct the entry and pointing them to the extensive documentation on the lenr.org site.

Please take a moment to click the “cold fusion” link above, read the entry for cold fusion, and enter some feedback to help correct their mistake.

Now that’s something – correcting Stephan Wolfram!

Addition to post:  LATER……

This was the automated response:

We appreciate your feedback regarding Wolfram|Alpha. 
The issue you reported has been passed along to our development team 
for review. Thank you for helping us improve Wolfram|Alpha.

Best wishes,
The Wolfram|Alpha Team
Input: cold fusion
Occupation: teacher
Message: Please revise your statement definition of "cold fusion".

An extensive peer-reviewed documentation has occurred over 
the last two decades that shows cold fusion is a new type of nuclear effect 
different than the conventional hot fusion model.

Look at full documentation at  http://www.lenr.org

This is an important energy source for our future.  
Please revise your statement.

Otherwise, thanks for an awesome search engine!