DRAFT: ~Jan. 2004
"Tritium Evidence in Acoustic Cavitation Nuclear Emission Experiments"
"Tritium measurements conducted in controlled experiments to investigate nuclear emissions during acoustic cavitation of the organic deuterated fluid - reported by Taleyarkhan et al. in Science, 8 March 2002  - provide positive evidence for excess tritium produced (and attributed to D-D nuclear fusion.)...The results point to statistically observable tritium increases in post-cavitation deuterated acetone samples..."
"Tritium measurements in deuterated acetone subjected to acoustic processing as reported by Taleyarkhan et al  point to positive evidence for increased tritium production. Several runs were made under nearly identical conditions to establish repeatability. Most (but not all) involving deuterated acetone point to a net growth in tritium counts."