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Scientist's violent death shocks cold fusion research network

July 27, 2004

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Eugene Mallove, one of cold fusion's most ardent advocates, was overjoyed in April when the US Department of Energy agreed to give the scorned subject another review. To him, it was a breakthrough: Years of work trying to get mainstream science to pay attention to cold fusion seemed to be paying off. (Full Article: 641 Words)

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