|In 2014, Richard Garwin loaned six boxes of his "cold fusion" files to Steven B. Krivit to use as reference material for his book, Fusion Fiasco, and to scan and preserve.
The archive contains hundreds of "cold fusion" documents, most of which
were internal documents used in the 1989 DOE-sponsored review and
which had remained out of sight for more than two decades.
These documents reveal the behind-the-scenes activity and the real
story of this crucial event. The documents include reports from
researchers at DOE laboratories like Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory who
observed nuclear phenomena that they described as "false positive, up to
eight times background."
The archive consists of about 5,000 pages. The scanned page images are grouped in 52 files, parsed roughly by subject matter, but all in the exact original order. The files are hosted remotely, on the Internet Archive.