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Bazhutov-Vereshkov Theory Portal
The Yuri Bazhutov and Grigoriy Vereshkov Theory of Cold Fusion

Table of Contents:
Summary of Theory
Highlights of Claims
Resolution to Huizenga's "Three Miracles of Cold Fusion"
Simple Explanation of Mechanics of Theory
Informal Articles by Theorist
Slides Presentations by Theorist
Scientific Papers
Issued Patents
Visual Examples of Data Correspondance
Third-Party References
Citations in Other Published Papers or Books
In the News Media
Non-Reviewed Peer Responses
 

Summary of Theory

Yuri Bazhutov, working with theoretician Grigoriy Vereshkov, proposes hypothetical particles he calls "Erzions," stable massive hadrons in the cosmic rays, as a theoretical explanation in the framework of the Mirror Model, which could explain all important LENR anomalies.

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Highlights of Claims

 

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Resolution to Huizenga's "Three Miracles of Cold Fusion"


John Huizenga wrote a scathing book denouncing cold fusion research in 1993. He was a professor of chemistry and physics at the University of Rochester, a Department of Energy-funded hot fusion research laboratory. He was also chairman of the 1989 Department of Energy cold fusion evaluation panel that decided cold fusion research was not an area of science worthy of government funding. He mocked cold fusion by alluding to its unexplained characteristics as "miracles." Huizenga's three miracles were:
  • Miracle #1: the mystery of how the Coulomb barrier is penetrated
  • Miracle #2: the lack of strong neutron emissions
  • Miracle #3: the lack of strong emission of gamma or x-rays

 

Resolution to Miracle #1:
Resolution to Miracle #2:
Resolution to Miracle #3:

 

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Simple Explanation of Mechanics of Theory

 

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Informal Articles by Theorist

 
 
 

 

 

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Slides Presentations by Theorist

 

 
 
 

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Scientific Papers

 

 
 

 

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Issued Patents

 
 
 

 

 

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Visual Examples of Data Correspondance

 

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Third-Party References

 
 
 

 

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Citations in Other Published Papers or Books

 
 
 

 

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In the News Media

 
 
 

 

 

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Non-Reviewed Peer Responses

 
 
 

 

 

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