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  • As I have been led to believe only in the sun and on sci-fi shows but it has yet to be proven in real life.
  • exerpt from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_fusion : The cold fusion researchers presenting their review document to the 2004 DoE panel on cold fusion said that the observation of excess heat has been reproduced, that it can be reproduced at will under the proper conditions, and that many of the reasons for failure to reproduce it have been discovered. Despite the assertions of these researchers, most reviewers stated that the effects are not repeatable. In 1989, the DoE panel said: "Even a single short but valid cold fusion period would be revolutionary. As a result, it is difficult convincingly to resolve all cold fusion claims since, for example, any good experiment that fails to find cold fusion can be discounted as merely not working for unknown reasons." -------------------- So yes, it looks like it's been proven to exist.

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