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Utah Fusion Scientist Agrees To Meet State Review Panel
The New York Times
October 27, 1990
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 26 — A scientist who pioneered Utah's cold fusion research and then dropped out of sight has belatedly agreed to meet with a state panel to review his work early next month.
Members of the panel, the Fusion Energy Advisory Council, voted on Thursday to try to force the scientist, Dr. B. Stanley Pons, to appear for the review on Nov. 7. Minutes later, Dr. Pons agreed in a telephone call to show up.
"I told him he was wanted, that it was necessary," Joe Tesch, the chief Deputy Attorney General, told the council. "Stan Pons committed he would be here on Nov. 7."
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