Dr. Eugene Mallove Radio Interview From Feb. 3, 2004
[Editor's Note: Dr. Eugene Mallove was found brutally murdered
in his family's home in Norwich, Conneticut on Friday, May 14, 2004. He
was a leading researcher in cold fusion, free energy systems. George Noory
of Coast to Coast AM radio has made available his Feb. 2 interview with
Dr Mallove and you can hear the entire interview from your computer by clicking
the link below to access the audio archive. Our thanks to Donna S. for providing
From: "Donna S." <firstname.lastname@example.org>[AUTHOR]
May 22, 2004
Friday night's program was a special tribute rebroadcast of researcher Dr.
Eugene Mallove from 2/3/04 discussing new energy concepts...cont.
Eugene Mallove Tribute
As a tribute to the life and work of the late Dr. Eugene Mallove, we are
making Friday's three-hour rebroadcast of his Feb. 2004 appearance available
as a free download for all...cont.
"Anything that is theoretically possible will be achieved
in practice, no matter what the technical difficulties, if it is desired
--Arthur C. Clarke, Profiles of the Future
Imagine nuclear reactions taking place in an ordinary cup
of water, producing limitless energy but no harmful radiation. Such is the
promise of cold fusion, a hypothetical form of fusion which takes place
at normal room temperature. Perhaps the greatest proponent of cold fusion
was the late Dr. Eugene Mallove. In his Pulitzer-nominated book, Fire
From Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor, Mallove
"After reviewing mounting evidence from cold fusion experiments,
I am persuaded that it provides a compelling indication that a new kind
of nuclear process is at work. I would say that the evidence is overwhelmingly
compelling that cold fusion is a real..."
Dr. Mallove worked tirelessly to educate people to the scientific
validity of cold fusion and other new energy technologies. To this end,
he published 52 issues of Infinite Energy magazine, a compendium of research
into unconventional energy. He also traveled to conferences around the world,
speaking with other energy researchers and raising funds for the New Energy
His persistence has recently paid off. In March 2004, the
Department of Energy decided to review over 15 years of cold fusion (or
what they call "low-energy nuclear reactions" - LENR) evidence/research.
Dr. Mallove would have been quite pleased indeed.
Anyone wishing to contribute to the Eugene F. Mallove Memorial
Family Fund should contact:
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