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JOURNAL OF NEW ENERGY

Volume 1, Number 2

Summer 1996

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EDITOR'S CHOICE: PRIVATELY FUNDED RESEARCH IN THE CREATION OF HYDROGEN

EDITORIAL: PEER REVIEW AND EDITOR'S CHOICE

COLD FUSION

WATER MOLECULES CONVERSION IN LOW PRESSURE DISCHARGES
E.E. Antonov, V.G. Dresvyannikov, V.I. Popovich (page 6)

THE REDISCOVERY OF COLD NUCLEAR REACTIONS
J. O'M. Bockris and G.H. Lin (page 17)

COLD FUSION AND THE COULOMB BARRIER
H. L. Fox (page 23)

TORSIONAL FIELDS AND ELECTROCHEMICAL PROCESSES AT METAL-ELECTROLYTE INTERFACE
V.I. Kichigin, A.V. Klyuev, S A. Kurapov, V.F. Panov, G.V. Khaldeev, T.F. Borisova (page 27)

ELECTROCHEMICAL INSERTION OF HYDROGEN INTO METALS AND ALLOYS
M.H. Miles and K.B. Johnson (page 32)

ANOMALOUS ISOTOPIC DISTRIBUTION IN PALLADIUM CATHODE AFTER ELECTROLYSIS
T. Mizuno, T. Ohmori, and M. Enyo (page 37)

THE ENERGY RELEASE MECHANISM OF NEWLY-FORMED ALPHA BOSONS IN A QUANTUM CRYSTAL LATTICE, (OR "WHY THERE ARE NO 23.8 MEV GAMMA RAYS FROM D + D = 4-HE SPIN-COHERENT COLD FUSION REACTIONS")
P. Ozdemir (page 45)

FOUR DEFINITIONS OF POWER RATIO USED TO DESCRIBE EXCESS ENTHALPY IN SOLID-STATE LOADING SYSTEMS
M.R. Swartz (page 54)

SPACE ENERGY

USE OF ASYMMETRICAL REGAUGING AND MULTlVALUED POTENTIALS TO ACHIEVE OVERUNITY ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINES
T.E. Bearden (page 60)

A NEW APPROACH TO THE COSMIC RED-SHIFT AND TO THE COSMIC MICROWAVE SOURCES
P. Anastasovski, H. Fox, K. Shoulders (page 79)

IS THE REDSHIFT A QUANTUM EFFECT?
C. Walker (page 88)

MISCELLANEOUS

ON THE ILLUSION DERIVED FROM TIMELESS SYSTEMS
H.L. Bonilla (page 92)

POTENTIAL IN SPACE OF COMPOUND CURVATURE
H. Hull (page 95)

RIFT ZONES AS AN INEXHAUSTIBLE SOURCE OF HYDROGEN ON EARTH (NEW PERSPECTIVES OF ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN ENERGETICS)
V.N. Larin (page 106)

EDITOR'S CHOICE

HYDROGEN GAS FROM VACUUM, Parts I & II
P.E. Rowe (page 108)

ADDENDUM TO MECHANISMS OF A DISOBEDIENT SCIENCE
D. Moon (page 116)

SEGNER-MARINOV TURBINE AS A PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINE
S. Marinov (page 130)

THE ZERO POINT INTERACTION
F. Znidarsic (page 133)

STUDENT PAPERS

THE FUTURE OF ROCKETRY
T. Hartley (page 137)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letter from Mitchell Swartz on responses to his paper
in last issue on Calorimetric systems. (page 141)

Letter from Camil Alexandrescu on the electrical cells of
Nicolae Vasilescu Karpen—Cold Fusion 70 years ago? (page 144)


EDITORIAL: PEER REVIEW AD EDITOR'S CHOICE
Harold L. Fox

In U.S. Patent 5,018,180 (the inventor is Kenneth R. Shoulders and the title is "Energy Conversion Using High Charge Clusters") this statement is made concerning the ability to produce over thirty times as much energy out compared to energy in: "In any event, energy is provided to the traveling wave output conductor, and the ultimate source of this energy appears to be the zero-point radiation of the vacuum continuum." At the present time, insofar as this editor can determine, no one in the world (except possibly one scientist in Minsk) is producing high-density charge clusters except Ken Shoulders and his son Steve. Assume they send a paper to this journal describing their latest work in developing this new technology, where do we find a peer? This can be a major editorial problem.

Our solution to this problem is to have nearly all of the papers we receive immediately sent for peer-review. Our policy includes providing the author with the names of the reviewer(s). Some selected papers are not sent for peer review but are published under the heading of editor's choice. The editor's choice of papers can stem from either the lack of a peer; a paper submitted by a well-known and respected scientist with experimental findings that merit immediate publication; a paper for which the editor desires to have a wider "review audience"; or an occasional student's paper. In all cases the editor's choice papers will be clearly identified as such.

In this second issue of the Journal of New Energy, we have exercised the editor's choice to bring to you a discussion of many years of privately-funded experimental work in the creation of hydrogen. We have chosen to name the effect the Rowe Effect. Rowe's discovery is that abrupt energy produces hydrogen. Rowe's explanation is that the energy causes the vacuum to retaliate with the production of electron-proton pairs. This editor has extended the concept of the Rowe Effect to explain the penetration of the Coulomb barrier.

Another editor's choice is the paper by a sixteen-year old high school student, Taylor Hartley. The printing of Taylor's paper is meant to be an honor for him and also to encourage other young science students.

We are pleased to announce that the third issue of the Journal of New Energy will include the proceedings of the planned September 13-14, 1996 second conference on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions. All conference presenters are being asked to bring their papers on diskette to the conference so that immediate publication of the proceedings can be accomplished. Some of the papers to be presented deserve immediate publication because of the reports of experimental findings of a plethora of low-energy nuclear reactions.


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