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Latest developments on Cold Fusion 2020

It is difficult to say exactly where cold fusion  is at today but there is some evidence of solid research going on over the past few years. It was reported that in an article published  in 2019 that Google had spent a fair chunk of cash in the research of cold fusion. That chunk was a healthy 10 million. There is yet to be enough interest and funding for additional research. This may change in the near future, as scientist look at alternative resources.
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The Process of Cold Fusion generating heat

  The process of getting an excess heat reaction will happen  as the water connects to the nickel or palladium metal. When the water makes that connection the reaction happens. When the reaction happens, excess heat is generated. To have excess heat is to have more heat coming  out of the system than what was originally put into it. This excess heat created is useful because  it is capable of making hot water or steam. Steam could turn turbines which is when the electricity is made.

Small cold fusion units for heating on demand

  Due to the small portable power unit sizes,  cold fusion energy heat on demand  could be provided anywhere needed. This could help many communities  around the globe  who need a source of energy  as an alternative choice. Creating good clean water  and hot water helps to  create a healthier planet. Perhaps it is time to take a look at the  hypothesized cold fusion option. More

Cold Fusion is a type of energy

The cold fusion hypothesis is that water or hydrogen  mixing with metals such  as nickel and palladium,  creates an energy. The energy that is  generated is excess heat. The excess heat can be used to make hot water which can be used to  generate items like turbines.