A physicist in Italy claims to have demonstrated a new type of power plant that he says provides safe, cheap and virtually unlimited nuclear power to the world, without fossil fuels or radiation concerns. The only hitch: Scientists say the method — cold fusion — is patently impossible
"Sterling Allan, CEO of the alternative energy news agency Pure Energy Systems... hinted on his blog that an unnamed “customer” of Rossi's device is a military organization that starts with an N. Rossi said this customer measured and verified the test — and told FoxNews.com that Paul Swanson with the U.S. Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems unit (SPAWAR) can vouch for the demonstration... FoxNews.com spoke with a man at SPAWAR who identified himself as Swanson, and who said only that he was "not in a position to talk to the press." Several other sources within the Navy and the Pentagoneither declined to comment or did not return messages."
"The Navy has long been interested in cold fusion research. At a 2009 meeting of the American Chemical Society, chemist Pamela Mosier-Boss of SPAWAR revealed what she and colleagues claimed was the first clear visual evidence that low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) devices work.
"To our knowledge, this is the first scientific report of the production of highly energetic neutrons from an LENR device," Mosier-Boss said at the time."
As for the skeptics, Rossi said he needs to prove the experiment only to his customer. “We have nothing to say, just to make plans that work properly and let those facts win against the skepticism,” he said.
Чтобы военные (кроме разных спецназов) могли покупать себе что-то, оно должно быть сделано в штатах, или как-то так — закон там такой.