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Courtesy of Remy Chevalier

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 8, March 1999, p. 19.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1999 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
COPYING NOT ALLOWED without written permission.

Book Review:

Courtesy of Remy Chevalier (Weston, CT)

In a newly published book called Cold Fusion: Secret Energy Revolution, author Antony C. Sutton, D.Sc., declares that cold fusion in several variants is already working in research labs around the world and will soon be brought to market by several different companies.

"Conventional wisdom holds that 'free energy' is impossible," Sutton says. "Free energy is defined as absence of fuel costs (coal, oil etc.). There is always a capital cost. According to orthodox science, high temperature and pressure is the only way to release the energy of the atom.

"This position is now proven wrong. Cold fusion today has many variants including catalytic, vapor phase, [and] solid state and has been verified in over 200 laboratories world wide. These include U.S. government labs... Numerous private firms worldwide have also confirmed, including Fiat, Motorola, Westinghouse, Toyota, EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) and Stanford Research Institute," he says.

Sutton's book reveals that a New Jersey company called BlackLight Power, Inc. is on the verge of announcing a catalytic hydrogen technology that "originates in cold fusion." Another company called Catalytic Fusion Power, Inc. "uses a standard, off the shelf carbon platinum catalyst with deuterium gas" to produce power. This technology is currently being scaled up to a marketable level and has been financed by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), Sutton says.

"Free energy is here with water as fuel and will revolutionize our world. One device is the size of a thermos flask, uses water as fuel and lasts indefinitely," Sutton declares.

According to Sutton, the U.S. Department of State has announced the First International Conference on Free Energy, to be held in Acheson Auditorium in Washington, D.C., April 29-30, 1999. The State Department realizes that "oil, gas, coal and atomic are on the way out. Middle East oil [is] no longer essential," Sutton says, adding that this will have a revolutionary impact upon the global economy.

Antony Sutton is the author of "Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development," a three volume study published by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, 1968-74, and still in print.

His new book Cold Fusion: Secret Energy Revolution is published by:

FTIR Publications, P.O. Box 2903, Sacramento, CA 95812

To order by mail, send $24.95 plus $3.20 postage (in USA); overseas orders please add an extra $5.00.

Courtesy Global Situation Report.

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June 2, 1999.