Bridging the Gaps

Bridging the Gaps

An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion

Randolph R. Davis


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Bridging the Gaps: An Anthology on Nuclear Cold Fusion is written in scientific language that can be understood by first year college physics and engineering students, environmentalists and ecologists on the cutting edge of science, and local and federal government agency personnel responsible for solving the problems of global warming.

Bridging the Gaps provides a vision for research and development (R&D) managers to develop cold fusion power generators as a solution to the world’s climate crisis. Includes vital design information not previously discussed by the cold fusion scientific community.

Cold fusion will be the new, key source of power as the world moves to sustainable, carbon-free energy. Deuterium required can be extracted from water.

Global Water: 1,300,000,000,000,000,000 m3
[H/D=O] Water: 400,000,000,000,000 m3
Energy from 0.0001%: 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 joules

As little as 0.0001% of the deuterium in global water can provide 1025 joules of energy. This is sufficient to power the 800 million households on earth and meet the needs of industry for hundreds of years.


Randolph R. Davis:

Randolph R. Davis is a scientist who worked forty years in the US Department of Defense and the Department of Energy on nuclear and space-related research and development programs. He served as president of DOE’s chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society, and as a member of DoD’s Acquisition Corps. He and associates in Northern Virginia have studied nuclear cold fusion for the last twenty-five years.