The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction

The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship between Observation and Explanation by Dr. Edmund Storms attempts to bridge the gap between what is thought to be true and possible by conventional scientists and what is claimed by people advocating the reality of the cold fusion phenomenon. In addition, a new explanation is proposed that is consistent with accepted natural law and with all behavior attributed to cold fusion.

In the book’s Foreword, Dr. Michael McKubre, Director, Energy Research Lab at SRI International, writes: “The opportunity to learn directly from the most knowledgeable person in arguably the most important emerging field, and to share his concise and well considered condensation of a difficult and scattered literature, are not the only or primary reasons to comprehend The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction. Laid out clearly and gently in Chapter 5, ‘Description of an Explanation,’ is the first physical science based description of a potential explanation for cold fusion.”

IEPressLogo-200x57 The 351-page book includes over 900 references to relevant literature. Get a print copy here.

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I have learned a lot from your book and bought copies for five friends. Chapter 2 is the definitive reference on experiments.
Prof. Thomas J. Dolan
Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering Department
University of Illinois

An Examination of the Relationship Between Observation and Explanation