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Dr. Eugene Mallove
"Gene"
editor@infinite-energy.com
Tel: (603) 228-4516

PO Box 2816
Concord, NH 03302-2816
United States

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Mallove, Dr. Eugene     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Eugene_Mallove)
Scientist (Deceased)

Interests: New Energy, Cold Fusion
Nationality: USA
Born: Monday, June 9, 1947
Died: Friday, May 14, 2004 (Age 56)

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Edited Journals:
Cold Fusion (Elemental Energy)
Infinite Energy

Books:
1991 / Reprint 1999Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor
1989The Starflight Handbook
1987The Quickening Universe: Cosmic Evolution and Human Destiny

Abstracts Online:
1999Government Funding For LENR
1998Ohmori-Mizuno Experiment Replicated
1998Nuclear-Augmented Combustion
1995Cold Fusion and New Energy Technology Resource Guide
1995Breaking Through Editorial: Why Infinite Energy?
2000Solid State Nuclear Reactions: Several Convincing Experiments
1995Remembering Julian Schwinger
1995Breaking Through Editorial: Cold Fusion Goes Commercial
1996Cold Fusion
1995Ignition! We Have Lift-Off!
1994A Cold Fusion Primer
1992Protocols for Conducting Light Water Excess Energy Experiments
1997How We Won The Cold Fusion War
2002My Experience with the Correa Aetherometry

Media Online:
2004VideoTesla: The Race to Zero Point Free Energy

Event Attendence:
2002-11-09Conference on Energy & AccountabilityConference
2000-06-057th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
1999-04-29First International Conference on Future EnergyConference
1997-05-234th International Symposium on New EnergyConference
1996-04-253rd International Symposium on New EnergyConference

Biography

ScB, ScM, ScD - A graduate of MIT (ScB and ScM) and Harvard (ScD); prominent and tireless advocate of alternative energy sources and, in particular, of Aetherometric Science and Technology. A leading scientist, engineer and communicator, widely published author and journalist, Dr. Mallove was an intimate collaborator of the Correas, an active member of ABRI (in charge of Demonstration Devices and Educational Materials) and the ISFA Organizing Committee, a co-inventor of the HYBORAC technology and the main evaluator of ABRI technologies, as well as its first sponsor. Together with Mr. Uri Soudak, Dr. Mallove had been, during the last 4 years of his life, a leading negotiator and representative of the Correas, and in personal charge of the Aethera joint effort. Dr. Mallove was also the founder and prominent Editor-in-Chief of the bi-monthly Journal Infinite Energy, and the founder and President of the New Energy Foundation. While Dr. Mallove was alive, the Correas published extensively - at his invitation - in Infinite Energy. Previously Chief Science Writer for the MIT News Office (1987 to 1991), Dr. Mallove was responsible for blowing the whistle on the scientific fraud surrounding the MIT suppression of so-called Cold Fusion. From 1988 to 1990, he was also Adjunct professor at Boston University School of Communication. Author of The Quickening Universe, The Starflight Handbook and Fire From Ice.

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Journals Edited by Dr. Eugene Mallove



Name: Infinite Energy
Editors: Dr. Scott R. Chubb (Technical Editor), Bill Zebuhr (Technical Editor), Dr. Peter Graneau (Technical Editor), Christy Frazier, Dr. Eugene Mallove (Founder)
Status: Active
Founded: 1995
Website: www.infinite-energy.com
Contact Name: Christy Frazier
Email: staff@infinite-energy.com
Address:PO Box 2816
Concord, NH 03302-2816
United States
Telephone: (603) 485-4700
Description:

INFINITE ENERGY is the bi-monthly magazine of the New Energy Foundation, Inc. It is a technical magazine with outreach to the general public, providing material of interest to all people. It includes highly technical papers, patents, and non-technical articles on new energy and new science, as well as news on developments in the field, and the social, political, and economic implications of these changes.

Infinite Energy - Wikipedia



Name: Cold Fusion (Elemental Energy)
Editors: Dr. Wayne Green, Dr. Eugene Mallove
ISSN: 1074-5610
Status: Discontinued
Founded: 1994
Ended: 2000
Website: www.waynegreen.com/wayne/says.html#coldfusion
Contact Name: Dr. Wayne Green
Email: w2nsd@aol.com
Address:70 Route 202N
Petersborough, NH 03458-1107
United States
Description:

Cold Fusion: $40 - 28 monthly issues.

$40? Good grief! And worth ten times that if you are interested in what is very likely to be one of the largest industries in the world in the next century. Don't you wish you'd known about Microsoft when it started? I did. Ditto Apple, right from when it was only a prototype on Steve Jobs' garage workbench. The publication serves three major purposes: to help researchers world-wide to communicate to speed the development of this new field; to help bring newcomers up to speed; and to provide potential investors with the information they need to know where best to invest. It also serves as a medium for theorists to hash out why cold fusion is happening. The old paradigm says it's impossible, a fact which is causing a number of scientists enormous embarrassment as the efficiency of cold fusion cells keeps improving. My "Cold Fusion Overview" paper points out that the Patterson Cell has now been exhibited at a power company conference generating over a thousand watts of heat with only about one watt of excitation. A thousand to one output over input! What does this mean, besides billions for Patterson's company (Clean Energy Technology Inc.)?

It means that it isn't going to be long before we see commercial products. It means that power and energy companies have to either get busy and develop cold fusion power units or expect to replay what happened to the radio tube, buggy whip and horse industries. Send the $40 or kick yourself as the future unfolds without you.

Minicomputer companies like DEC and Prime ignored my warning when the microcomputer (personal computer) came along and most of 'em are out of business. The president of Centronics, then the largest maker of computer printers in the world, told me I was wrong. An Wang, the president of Wang Laboratories, told me I was wrong. The president of Data General told me I was wrong.

Centronics is out of business and the others are all shadows of their former size. President Busey of Texas Instruments cost TI tens of billions by ignoring me. Ditto Radio Shack's Roach. No, I'm not exaggerating.

This is a wake up call for the oil, coal, natural gas, and power companies. Get with this new technology or get blown away. - http://www.waynegreen.com/wayne/says.html#coldfusion

The first three issues of Cold Fusion had a beautiful glossy format reminiscent of Byte magazine, also founded by Wayne Green.  Due to lack of advertizing funding, the remaining issues were printed black-and-white on stock paper.  The magazine featured articles by Hideo Kozima, Jim Patterson, Chuck Bennett, David Moon, Olof Sunden, Peter Gluck, and many others. Eugene Mallove served as Editor for Cold Fusion before founding Infinite Energy.  Beginning with Issue #22 in July 1997, the magazine's name was changed to Elemental Energy (Cold Fusion).


Books by Dr. Eugene Mallove



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Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor

by Dr. Eugene Mallove

Pages: 338
Publisher: Infinite Energy Press
Year: 1991 / Reprint 1999
ISBN: 1892925028
ISBN: 978-1892925022

Websites: www.infinite-energy.com www.eugenemallove.org https://www.mv.com/ipusers/zeropoint/secure/FORMS/onlinestore.html
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Description

Fire From Ice chronicles one of the most misunderstood and valued scientific controversies of all time. It details the events surrounding and following the 1989 Pons and Fleischmann announcement of the discovery of cold nuclear fusion. Mallove offers a unique insider's view of the controversy, while at the same time explaining the relevant science and technology. Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

From Library Journal
Mallove, a professional science writer, tells the history of recent cold fusion research from the dramatic Pons-Fleischmann announcement in March 1989 until approximately the fall of 1990. All the major twists and turns of the story are related with a modest amount of technical detail; it should be quite intelligible to laypeople. Mallove covers much the same ground at about the same level as Frank Close does in Too Hot To Handle ( LJ 5/15/91). However, there is a dramatic difference--Mallove is a firm believer in the cold fusion phenomenon; he is thus at the opposite end of the spectrum from Close. At the moment, the scientific consensus appears to be with the skeptics, but Mallove's book is nevertheless recommended for all libraries that have Close's. In tandem, the two volumes will give readers an interesting view of a continuing scientific controversy.
- Jack W. Weigel, Univ. of Michigan Lib., Ann Arbor
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Dr. Frank Sulloway, former MacArthur Fellow Science historian, MIT Program in Science, Technology and Society
"Mallove brings dramatically to life the human side of this important scientific controversy, which has tapped the emotions of its scientific participants in a way usually typical of major scientific revolutions. Fire from Ice is highly recommended reading for anyone who is interested in the nature of scientific controversy and scientific change. I frankly could not put the book down once I started it."

 



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The Quickening Universe: Cosmic Evolution and Human Destiny

by Dr. Eugene Mallove

Pages: 268
Publisher: St Martins Press
Year: 1987
ISBN: 0312000626
ISBN: 978-0312000622

Websites: www.infinite-energy.com www.eugenemallove.org https://www.mv.com/ipusers/zeropoint/secure/FORMS/onlinestore.html
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"A wonderful philosophical and reflective essay on the nature of the universe as informed by modern science. It is a fine example of how scientific discovery helps shape one's world view in a rational yet compassionate manner." --Heinz Pagels, Ph.D.


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The Starflight Handbook

by Dr. Eugene Mallove, Gregory L. Matloff

Pages: 292
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Year: 1989
ISBN: 0471619124
ISBN: 978-0471619123

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Description

The Starflight Handbook A Pioneer?s Guide to Interstellar Travel "The Starflight Handbook is an indispensable compendium of the many and varied methods for traversing the vast interstellar gulf?don?t leave the Solar System without it!" ?Robert Forward "Very sensible, very complete and useful. Its good use of references and technical ?sidebars? adds to the book and allows the nontechnical text to be used by ordinary readers in an easy fashion. I certainly would recommend this book to anyone doing any thinking at all about interstellar flight or the notion of possibilities of contacts between hypothetical civilizations in different stat systems." ?Louis Friedman Executive Director, The Planetary Society The Starflight Handbook is the first and only compendium on planet Earth of the radical new technologies now on the drawing boards of some of our smartest and most imaginative space scientists and engineers. Scientists and engineers as well as general readers will be captivated by its:

  • In-depth discussions of everything from nuclear pulse propulsion engines to in-flight navigation, in flowing, non-technical language
  • Sidebars and appendices cover technical and mathematical concepts in detail
  • Seventy-five elegant and enlightening illustrations depicting starships and their hardware

From the Publisher

The first popular compilation, in book form, of scientific and engineering knowledge about interstellar travel. A working guide for the would-be star traveler, this book concentrates on current and proposed propulsion systems that might be applied to starflight. Provides a compendium of interstellar concepts, formulas, and reference material, including discussions of interstellar navigation, communication systems for sending data, relativistic effects in starflight, and effects of the interstellar medium. Mathematical and other detailed technical developments are separated from the main text, relegating them to accessible ^boxes that can be glanced over.


Papers by Dr. Eugene Mallove



Government Funding For LENR

(1999)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org


New Energy News, Volume 6, No. 10, pp. 2
Keywords: Low Energy Nuclear Reaction

Lookup: energy (303), nuclear (46), reaction (5), low (8)

Abstract:

Despite the conspiracy theory that the "establishment" and the US government are unfairly squashing any research into cold fusion-type phenomena, Professor Miley has apparently received a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Energy NERI (Nuclear Energy Research Initiatives?) program to study Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). That should be quite interesting. I don't know what his previous funding source was or what the amount of his new grant is, but hopefully it is enough to either prove or disprove these hypotheses. Congratulations are in order since these proposals were rigorously reviewed and only a small percentage were funded. Info about NERI can be found at http://neri.ne.doe.gov/




Ohmori-Mizuno Experiment Replicated

(1998)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org


New Energy News, Volume 6, No. 3, pp. 1-2

Abstract:

In a letter from Dr. Eugene Mallove, the Ohmori-Mizuno experiment is reported along with aids for the experimenter to replicate it. Mallove cites the experiment as being both visually and audibly spectacular: brilliant glowing pink, purple and lavender with white flashes on an underwater tungsten electrode. The plasma-like underwater discharge on the electrode often manages to disintegrate or melt tungsten underwater with only about 50 to 80 watts of power. Tungsten's melting point is around 3680?K. There is also evidence for transmutation of elements.

Dr. Mallove reports the process as being totally reproducible with no "loading time." Three groups researching this technique have all gotten excess heat results. A comprehensive article about the experimental results will be published in Infinite Energy #20, due out on July 22.

In calorimetric assessment: Heating credit should be taken for the full mass of water in the cell from the initial temperature of say 80?C to the boiling point. However, you may find it difficult to push the average solution temperature up to 100?C, because the steam ejected cools the solution so rapidly. Also, the boiling point is lowered because of the electrolyte. This is wonderful, because we can use steam. The main source of the excess appears in the amount of steam produced: water vaporized requires 2268 J/gm.

WARNING:

Ohmori and Mizuno experienced significant apparent electromagnetic effects on their instruments during these experiments.

Note from the Editor:

In our laboratory, we have been working with and writing papers about similar experiments using aluminum and zirconium. The Ohmori-Mizuno experiment is a welcomed addition to the high-density charge cluster technology. Professor Ohmori was a participant at the Second International Low Energy Nuclear Reactions conference held at College Station Texas, in September 1996. It was a that conference that Shoulders presented his paper on high-density charge clusters and Fox presented a paper on "Electro-Nuclear Transmutation: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions in an Electrolytic Cell." In the proceedings of that conference (Journal of New Energy, vol 1, no 3, 1996) a paper on "Plasma Injected Transmutation" by Fox, Bass, and Jin was also published (after important patent applications were filed). See also "Electron Charge Cluster Sparking in Aqueous Solutions." by Bhadkamkar and Fox in JNE, vol 1, no 4, Winter 1996.




Nuclear-Augmented Combustion

(1998)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Hal Fox
2823 East 3335 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84109, United States; eemf@earthlink.net, (801) 467-3338


New Energy News, Volume 5, No. 12, pp. 1-2
Keywords: Lithium, Nuclear energy

Lookup: nuclear energy (2), energy (303), nuclear (46)

Abstract:

Courtesy of Gene Mallove & Infinite Energy

A GREAT DISCOVERY AND THE NUCLEAR REACTIONS
By Hal Fox, Editor, and S-X Jin, Chief Scientist, Trenergy Inc.

Crystal Energy, Inc. of Stamford, Connecticut, is the licensee of U.S. Patent 4,668,247, issued May 26, 1987. The basic patent covers the use of selected materials that, when added to fuel in a combustion chamber, can augment the energy of the fuel being burned by adding nuclear reactions. Lithium seems to be the basic element that is needed for these nuclear reactions.




Cold Fusion and New Energy Technology Resource Guide

(1995)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Jed Rothwell
1954 Airport Road, Suite 204, Chamblee, GA 30341, United States; JedRothwell@mindspring.com, 770-456-5324, www.lenr-canr.org
Adolf Schneider
Forchstr. 239, 8007 Z?rich, Switzerland; adolf.schneider@datacomm.ch, +41 (44) 252 77 34, www.borderlands.de


New Energy News, Volume 1

Abstract:

Vonmort (Adolf Schneider)
[Introduction (only) in German *]

Im folgenden Ubersichtsbeitrag, der uber das Internet abrufbar ist, informieren die Autoren Mallove und Rothwell uber den heutigen Stand (1995) der Forschung auf dem Gebiet der Kalten Fusion. Entgegen den Berichten mancher Wissenschaftsmagazine hat sich die uKalte Fusion" keineswegs als "Flop" erwiesen, sondern wird an zahireichen Universitaten und Industrie-For-schungszentren in der Welt weiterhin ernsthaft erforscht. Werte von 1000:1 und mehr zwischen Ausgangsund Eingangsleistung sind auf diesem Gebiet nichts Ungewohnliches und lassen sich heute schon mit stabilen Anordnungen erreichen.

Es gibt derzeit noch keine umfassende Theorie, sondern verschiedene Erklarungsmodelle. Dr. Mallove ist jedoch davon uberzeugt, dass die "Kalte Fusion" noch vor der Jahrtausendwende in umweltfreundlichen Autos und Flugzeugen sowie fur Heizungsanlagen eingesetzt werden wird. Nach und nach durfte sich auch die gesamte Energieerzeugung und -verteilung, die heute von Grosstechnologien und Mammutkonzernen beherrscht ist, zu einer santteren dezentralen Technologie wandeln und damit zu einer technisch-gesellschaftlichen Revolution fuhren. Das mag heute vielleicht unglaublich klingen, doch bereits der bekannte Wissenschaftler Michael Faraday hat einst gesagt: "Nothing is too wonderful to be true".




Breaking Through Editorial: Why Infinite Energy?

(1995)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Infinite Energy, Volume 1, No. 1, pp. 3-4




Solid State Nuclear Reactions: Several Convincing Experiments

(2000)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org

2000, 7th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Storrs, CT, United States
Keywords: Solid State Nuclear Reactions, Cold Fusion, LENR

Lookup: cold fusion (52), lenr (6), nuclear (46), cold (53), fusion (62), reactions (12), state (10), solid (2)

Abstract:

The announcement of "cold fusion" by Drs. Fleischmann and Pons on March 23, 1989 led to a controversy almost unprecedented in the history of science. This talk will present some of the more convincing recent experiments that show that helium-4, nuclear scale excess energy, low-level neutron production, and the transmutation of heavy elements can occur near room temperature in relatively simple systems. It appears that a new field of solid state nuclear reactions has been born and is progressing toward commercial applications, even as the physical theory behind the associated phenomena continues to be debated among theorists. The salient facts of the history of this scientific controversy suggest that it is inadvisable to rush to judgment against allegedly "impossible" new phenomena when increasingly careful experiments have revealed new vistas in physics. Some of the evidence for solid state nuclear reactions is discussed at http://www.infiniteenergy.com.



Remembering Julian Schwinger

(1995)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Infinite Energy, Volume 1, No. 1, pp. 9




Breaking Through Editorial: Cold Fusion Goes Commercial

(1995)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Infinite Energy, Volume 1, No. 1, pp. 3-4
Keywords: Cold Fusion

Lookup: cold fusion (52), cold (53), fusion (62)




Cold Fusion

(1996)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on New Energy


1996, 3rd International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, United States
Keywords: Cold Fusion

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Ignition! We Have Lift-Off!

(1995)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Infinite Energy, Volume 1, No. 4, pp. 3-4
Keywords: Cold Fusion

Lookup: cold fusion (52), cold (53), fusion (62)




A Cold Fusion Primer

(1994)

Jed Rothwell
1954 Airport Road, Suite 204, Chamblee, GA 30341, United States; JedRothwell@mindspring.com, 770-456-5324, www.lenr-canr.org
Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Cold Fusion (Elemental Energy), Volume May, pp. 49-54
Keywords: Cold Fusion

Lookup: cold fusion (52), cold (53), fusion (62)




Protocols for Conducting Light Water Excess Energy Experiments

(1992)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Fusion Facts, Volume 3, No. 8, pp. 15
Keywords: Light Water, Cold Fusion

Lookup: cold fusion (52), light water (2), light (157), cold (53), fusion (62), water (21)




How We Won The Cold Fusion War

(1997)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org
Electrifying Times, Volume 5, No. 3, pp. 101-108

1997, 4th International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, United States
Keywords: Cold Fusion

Lookup: cold fusion (52), cold (53), fusion (62)




My Experience with the Correa Aetherometry

(2002)

Dr. Eugene Mallove
PO Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816, United States; editor@infinite-energy.com, (603) 228-4516, www.eugenemallove.org

2002, Conference on Energy & Accountability, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Paulo Correa, Aetherometry, Aether

Lookup: aether (102)


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