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Extensions to physics: what cold fusion teaches

Abstract

This article documents some condensed matter nuclear science work where contemporary physics models are reexamined, extended and/or supplemented. Primarily for DD fusion: (1) ability of two low-energy protons or deuterons to penetrate their mutual Coulomb barrier; (2) production of heat far in excess of that possible based on the measured particulate radiation; (3) high levels of 4He measured; (4) enhanced coupling of nuclear energy to local lattice; (5) transmutation, and (6) selective ‘scavenging’ of radio- nuclides in the lattice have been explained in terms of several extended physics models. More than sufficient evidence now proves that low energy nuclear reactions occur and lead forward.